Cabinet Affairs Minister Tables Bills On Agreements Before Parliament

[SNA] Khartoum -The Cabinet Affairs Minister, Ahmed Saad Omer, has tabled before the National Assembly (Parliament) Wednesday a number of bills on approval of agreements, including an agreement for cooperation between the government of Sudan and Palest…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Cabinet Affairs Minister, Ahmed Saad Omer, has tabled before the National Assembly (Parliament) Wednesday a number of bills on approval of agreements, including an agreement for cooperation between the government of Sudan and Palestine in the field of education for the year 2017 and an agreement on the project for establishing Al-Bagair Electricity Power Station for generating 350 megawatt through funding from the Arab Fund for Economic and Social Development for the year 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Norton Demo Gets Police Nod

[The Herald] Norton residents are unhappy with the MDC-T- run municipality over poor service delivery and have obtained police clearance to stage a peaceful demonstration against the local authority. The protest is set for tomorrow. In an interview yes…

[The Herald] Norton residents are unhappy with the MDC-T- run municipality over poor service delivery and have obtained police clearance to stage a peaceful demonstration against the local authority. The protest is set for tomorrow. In an interview yesterday, Norton legislator Mr Temba Mliswa confirmed the police have cleared the residents, represented by the Norton Residents Development Trust (NRDT), to stage a peaceful demonstration in the dormitory town.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Will Govt Release U.S.$10 Million to Bona Mugabe-Run Bank?

[New Zimbabwe] Empowerment minister Patrick Zhuwao says he is waiting for treasury to release US$10 million to a bank he established and appointed President Robert Mugabe’s daughter as one of the directors.

[New Zimbabwe] Empowerment minister Patrick Zhuwao says he is waiting for treasury to release US$10 million to a bank he established and appointed President Robert Mugabe's daughter as one of the directors.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Great Rift’s Njogu Tops Caddies Event

[Nation] The Great Rift Valley Golf Resort’s Simon Njogu produced a score of four over par 75 gross, to beat a field of 178 players in Monday’s National Caddies golf championship at the par 71 Muthaiga Golf Club course.

[Nation] The Great Rift Valley Golf Resort's Simon Njogu produced a score of four over par 75 gross, to beat a field of 178 players in Monday's National Caddies golf championship at the par 71 Muthaiga Golf Club course.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Oyo Unveils Plans to Resuscitate Fashola Farms, Others

[Guardian] The Oyo State Government has commenced the process to resuscitate and transform Fashola farms, Oyo, and International Cattle and produce Market, Ogbomoso with the view of transforming them into viable ventures for the state’s economy.

[Guardian] The Oyo State Government has commenced the process to resuscitate and transform Fashola farms, Oyo, and International Cattle and produce Market, Ogbomoso with the view of transforming them into viable ventures for the state's economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Severe Poverty Reduced By Nearly a Quarter – Report

[Namibia Economist] According to the National Statistics Agency(NSA) and the World Bank Namibia’s fiscal policy has lifted 118 thousand people out of poverty and reduced the rate of severe poverty by nearly a quarter in a report launched this week.

[Namibia Economist] According to the National Statistics Agency(NSA) and the World Bank Namibia's fiscal policy has lifted 118 thousand people out of poverty and reduced the rate of severe poverty by nearly a quarter in a report launched this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Former Ruling Party Youth Leader Lumumba Still in Trouble

[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF activist William Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba and accused of insulting President Mugabe, intends to make a fresh application for referral of his matter to the Constitutional Court following the State’s stance t…

[The Herald] Former Zanu-PF activist William Mutumanje, popularly known as Acie Lumumba and accused of insulting President Mugabe, intends to make a fresh application for referral of his matter to the Constitutional Court following the State's stance to proceed with his trial despite having earlier told the apex court that it was withdrawing charges against him.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe