Wanderers Vow to Bounce Back

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Be Forward Wanderers Team Manager, Steven Madeira insists his side has to bounce back when they lock horns with Blue Eagles in the Carlsberg Cup quarter final match at the Civo Stadium on Saturday.

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Be Forward Wanderers Team Manager, Steven Madeira insists his side has to bounce back when they lock horns with Blue Eagles in the Carlsberg Cup quarter final match at the Civo Stadium on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Governments Must Be Aggressive With Tax to Drive Economy

[This Day] A renowned economist, Mr. Tope Fashoyin, has advised governments across all levels in the country to look inward and become more aggressive in generating money from tax to drive the economy.

[This Day] A renowned economist, Mr. Tope Fashoyin, has advised governments across all levels in the country to look inward and become more aggressive in generating money from tax to drive the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Over 500,000 Children in Libya Need Aid

[UN News] Ongoing conflict and the breakdown of the economy have left more than a half million children in need of humanitarian aid in Libya, according to the United Nations children’s agency.

[UN News] Ongoing conflict and the breakdown of the economy have left more than a half million children in need of humanitarian aid in Libya, according to the United Nations children's agency.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

Recession Likely Ended in June, NBS Boss, Bankers Say

[Daily Trust] There is likelihood that the economic recession in the country ended in the second quarter of the year following some improvements in some sectors of the economy, the Statistician-General and the Bankers Committee noted yesterday.

[Daily Trust] There is likelihood that the economic recession in the country ended in the second quarter of the year following some improvements in some sectors of the economy, the Statistician-General and the Bankers Committee noted yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Football Body Warns Bullets Over Underqualified Coach

[Nyasa Times] Nyassa Big Bullets have been warned by the Football Association of Malawi (Fam) against the continued use of Elia Kananji as their Coach as he is underqualified.

[Nyasa Times] Nyassa Big Bullets have been warned by the Football Association of Malawi (Fam) against the continued use of Elia Kananji as their Coach as he is underqualified.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

League Trio in Battle to Sign Free Agent Sugira

[New Times] Former AS Vita Club striker Ernest Sugira is in talks with several Azam Rwanda Premier League clubs including Rayon Sports, APR and AS Kigali, Times Sport has established.

[New Times] Former AS Vita Club striker Ernest Sugira is in talks with several Azam Rwanda Premier League clubs including Rayon Sports, APR and AS Kigali, Times Sport has established.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

German Foreign Minister Urges Peaceful End to Conflict in Juba Visit

[VOA] German Foreign Affairs Minister Sigmar Gabriel met Thursday with South Sudan President Salva Kiir and other government officials during a one-day visit to Juba, a day after meeting dozens of South Sudanese refugees in neighboring Uganda, which ho…

[VOA] German Foreign Affairs Minister Sigmar Gabriel met Thursday with South Sudan President Salva Kiir and other government officials during a one-day visit to Juba, a day after meeting dozens of South Sudanese refugees in neighboring Uganda, which hosts the largest refugee camp on the continent.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Police Raid Congolese Radio Station for Report On New Tax

[CPJ] New York -Authorities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo should thoroughly and credibly investigate an August 5 police raid on Radio Télévision Chrétienne (RTC), return all seized equipment, ensure the protection of journalist José Mbuyi, and hold all those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Police raided the community radio station in the town of Kananga roughly an hour after it broadcast a report on a new tax on motorcycles, according to RTC’s

[CPJ] New York -Authorities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo should thoroughly and credibly investigate an August 5 police raid on Radio Télévision Chrétienne (RTC), return all seized equipment, ensure the protection of journalist José Mbuyi, and hold all those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today. Police raided the community radio station in the town of Kananga roughly an hour after it broadcast a report on a new tax on motorcycles, according to RTC's

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa