Country to Benefit From U.S.$2 Billion Solar Facility

[The Herald] Zimbabwe stands to benefit from a US$2 billion solar financing arrangement availed by the Government of India to several African countries, The Herald learnt last night.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe stands to benefit from a US$2 billion solar financing arrangement availed by the Government of India to several African countries, The Herald learnt last night.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Cyril Ramaphosa Reinforces Brics Relations With China and Russia

[Govt of SA] Cape Town -President Cyril Ramaphosa underscored the importance of South Africa’s relations with members of the BRICS group of countries in engagements today, Friday 23 March 2018, with the governments of the People’s Republic of China and…

[Govt of SA] Cape Town -President Cyril Ramaphosa underscored the importance of South Africa's relations with members of the BRICS group of countries in engagements today, Friday 23 March 2018, with the governments of the People's Republic of China and the Russian Federation.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mwenifumbo Promises to Make Aford More Stronger

[Nyasa Times] Karonga Central member of Parliament (MP) Frank Mwenifumbo has said he has expressed his interest to contest for Alliance for Democracy (Aford) presidency against Enock Chihana at the forth coming party’s convention not because the incumb…

[Nyasa Times] Karonga Central member of Parliament (MP) Frank Mwenifumbo has said he has expressed his interest to contest for Alliance for Democracy (Aford) presidency against Enock Chihana at the forth coming party's convention not because the incumbent has failed but he wants to give the party a new lease of life.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Urged to Prioritise Infrastructure

[The Herald] Traditional leaders in Chiredzi have implored Government to prioritise infrastructure development projects for those who will be relocated as part of the Save Valley Conservancy reorganisation.

[The Herald] Traditional leaders in Chiredzi have implored Government to prioritise infrastructure development projects for those who will be relocated as part of the Save Valley Conservancy reorganisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The Country’s Problems Are Much Bigger Than July’s Presidential Election

[ISS] Four months before Mali’s 29 July presidential election takes place, the country is still mired by governance and security problems. Political, security and operational challenges persist, drawing a lot of national and international attention.

[ISS] Four months before Mali's 29 July presidential election takes place, the country is still mired by governance and security problems. Political, security and operational challenges persist, drawing a lot of national and international attention.

source: AllAfrica News: Mali

Three Women Add to Gender-Based Violence Statistics

[New Era] Windhoek -Three women became the latest statistics in gender-based violence last week. One man attacked a friend of his girlfriend with a machete, slashing her hands and thighs, before he proceeded to knock down his girlfriend leaving her unc…

[New Era] Windhoek -Three women became the latest statistics in gender-based violence last week. One man attacked a friend of his girlfriend with a machete, slashing her hands and thighs, before he proceeded to knock down his girlfriend leaving her unconscious. The third woman was raped and then had her throat sliced by a male friend, who had invited her for a few drinks. Both men were yet to be arrested, as of yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Public Protector Shares 17 Boxes of Files With State Capture Inquiry

[News24Wire] Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has shared 17 boxes of documents, emanating from her state capture commission investigation, with Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, as he prepares for the upcoming judicial commission of inquiry into s…

[News24Wire] Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has shared 17 boxes of documents, emanating from her state capture commission investigation, with Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, as he prepares for the upcoming judicial commission of inquiry into state capture.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa