Several Projects Approved Under the Public Sector Investment Programme

[Government of Mauritius] Government has approved the recommendations of the Project Plan Committee for the inclusion of 41 projects in the Public Sector Investment Programme.

[Government of Mauritius] Government has approved the recommendations of the Project Plan Committee for the inclusion of 41 projects in the Public Sector Investment Programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Art Student in Solo Art Exhibition

[The Herald] Chinhoyi University of Technology student Everjoy Chirove successfully unwrapped her three-day art exhibition titled “Mumukoko” that was held in Mount Pleasant last week.The exhibition was graced by Proweb founder and CEO, Sithabile Mangwe…

[The Herald] Chinhoyi University of Technology student Everjoy Chirove successfully unwrapped her three-day art exhibition titled "Mumukoko" that was held in Mount Pleasant last week.The exhibition was graced by Proweb founder and CEO, Sithabile Mangwengwende who was the guest of honour. The exhibition saw Chirove showcasing her drawings, paintings, photography, fashion designs, graphics and 3D artefacts among others.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Clear Parastatal Debts

[The Herald] Government will release Treasury Bills (TBs) worth about $600 million to clear debts owed to Zesa Holdings by local authorities and State enterprises . Zesa Holdings through its subsidiary, Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distributio…

[The Herald] Government will release Treasury Bills (TBs) worth about $600 million to clear debts owed to Zesa Holdings by local authorities and State enterprises . Zesa Holdings through its subsidiary, Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company has been battling to recover over $1 billion in unpaid power bills.The release of more TBs comes amid concern that Government continues to add to its stock of debt which could have far-reaching implications to the economy. To date, over $4 billion TBs have been

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Groups Give Govt 48 Hours to Cancel Planned Concession of Port Harcourt Refinery

[This Day] A coalition of civil society/anti-corruption groups based in Lagos have given the federal government a 48-hour ultimatum to cancel or reverse the planned concession of the Port-Harcourt Refinery or face a legal action.

[This Day] A coalition of civil society/anti-corruption groups based in Lagos have given the federal government a 48-hour ultimatum to cancel or reverse the planned concession of the Port-Harcourt Refinery or face a legal action.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Warriors’ Striker Musona Eyes Win

[The Herald] Warriors’ talismanic forward Knowledge Musona says interim coach Norman Mapeza chose the players he believes can deliver for the team and has asked the nation to rally behind them as they start their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers a…

[The Herald] Warriors' talismanic forward Knowledge Musona says interim coach Norman Mapeza chose the players he believes can deliver for the team and has asked the nation to rally behind them as they start their 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers against Liberia on Sunday.The 26-year-old forward joined camp at the Yadah Hotel Complex yesterday after completing a fine season in which he qualified for the UEFA Europa League next season with his Belgian side KV Oostende.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

One Bus Crash Victim Still Unidentified

[The Herald] The remains of one of the passengers who died when a South Africa-bound Proliner bus was side-swiped by a haulage truck before catching fire along the Harare-Masvingo Road in April are still at Gweru Provincial Hospital mortuary. The accid…

[The Herald] The remains of one of the passengers who died when a South Africa-bound Proliner bus was side-swiped by a haulage truck before catching fire along the Harare-Masvingo Road in April are still at Gweru Provincial Hospital mortuary. The accident occurred at the 218km peg along the road. Police said the remains did not match any samples collected from family members when DNA tests were conducted recently. Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamba confirmed the remains were still

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Western Cape Schools to Be Closed On Wednesday as Monster Storm Looms

[News24Wire] In an unprecedented decision, all schools in the Western Cape will be closed on Wednesday following repeated warnings of adverse weather conditions in the province.

[News24Wire] In an unprecedented decision, all schools in the Western Cape will be closed on Wednesday following repeated warnings of adverse weather conditions in the province.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Technical Boost for Command Agriculture

[The Herald] Government’s specialised Command Agriculture programme has received a major boost from one of the leading agricultural equipment suppliers, CNH Industrial, that has pledged support to farmers with technical and expert advice.

[The Herald] Government's specialised Command Agriculture programme has received a major boost from one of the leading agricultural equipment suppliers, CNH Industrial, that has pledged support to farmers with technical and expert advice.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe