Jubilee, Cord Take Vote Hunt to Rift Valley and Western

[Nation] The scramble for votes in Rift Valley, western and Nyanza regions has intensified, with both Jubilee and opposition leaders pitching tent for the second week to mobilise listing of voters and popularising their parties.

[Nation] The scramble for votes in Rift Valley, western and Nyanza regions has intensified, with both Jubilee and opposition leaders pitching tent for the second week to mobilise listing of voters and popularising their parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cabinet Okays Health Sector Partnerships

[The Herald] Cabinet has given the Ministry of Health and Child Care the green light to enter into arrangements with the private sector for the construction of houses to ease accommodation challenges for health workers. This is also expected to address…

[The Herald] Cabinet has given the Ministry of Health and Child Care the green light to enter into arrangements with the private sector for the construction of houses to ease accommodation challenges for health workers. This is also expected to address challenges on deployment of the health workers. Speaking at the inauguration of the Chinhoyi Provincial Hospital board last week, Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa said accommodation challenges made it difficult to attract staff.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Investors Urged to Build Affordable Houses in Zanzibar

[Daily News] Zanzibar Building Agency (ZBA) Director General (DG), Mr Ramadhani Mussa Bakari, has called upon investors to set up factories for building materials in Zanzibar to help citizens to have affordable houses.

[Daily News] Zanzibar Building Agency (ZBA) Director General (DG), Mr Ramadhani Mussa Bakari, has called upon investors to set up factories for building materials in Zanzibar to help citizens to have affordable houses.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Is Activist Dzamara Using Missing Brother’s Fate to Get Donor Money?

[New Zimbabwe] PATSON DZAMARA, brother to Itai who disappeared nearly two years ago, said he is disheartened to hear some people claiming that he is making money out of his brother’s fate.

[New Zimbabwe] PATSON DZAMARA, brother to Itai who disappeared nearly two years ago, said he is disheartened to hear some people claiming that he is making money out of his brother's fate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Single Power Grid to Link Tanzania With Egypt and South Africa

[Daily News] Arusha -An ambitious project to connect the North and the South points of Africa with a single power line through the Cairo-to- Cape Town grid is in the pipeline and may be functional within three years from now.

[Daily News] Arusha -An ambitious project to connect the North and the South points of Africa with a single power line through the Cairo-to- Cape Town grid is in the pipeline and may be functional within three years from now.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Lungu Leads Army Worm Onslaught

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu is leading the war on army worms from the frontline. The Commander In Chief recently ordered armed forces to fight the pest that was devouring Zambian crops potentially threatening food security. Here, he stopped …

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu is leading the war on army worms from the frontline. The Commander In Chief recently ordered armed forces to fight the pest that was devouring Zambian crops potentially threatening food security. Here, he stopped over at a field that is recovering from the defeat of army worms in Eastern Province where he is on a working visit.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Local Irrigation Experts in Spain

[The Herald] Government is expected to start installing irrigation equipment in the next two months, as part of its initiatives to boost agricultural production and ensure national food security. Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Mi…

[The Herald] Government is expected to start installing irrigation equipment in the next two months, as part of its initiatives to boost agricultural production and ensure national food security. Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made said on Friday last week that a team of engineers from the Department of Mechanisation was in Spain to process irrigation equipment, particularly centre pivots, that will be installed in different parts of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe