Firm Targets October for U.S.$6 Million Ethanol Depot

[The Herald] The National Oil and Infrastructure Company (NOIC) is targeting to complete its 3 million litre ethanol storage facility in Harare next month as it readies for higher petrol blending ratios meant to reduce imports.

[The Herald] The National Oil and Infrastructure Company (NOIC) is targeting to complete its 3 million litre ethanol storage facility in Harare next month as it readies for higher petrol blending ratios meant to reduce imports.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Historic Artefacts Relocated From Kandt Museum to Karongi District

[New Times] The Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR) on Monday completed the relocation of all historic artefacts related to environment from the Natural History Museum (Kandt House) to the environmental museum in Karongi District.

[New Times] The Institute of National Museums of Rwanda (INMR) on Monday completed the relocation of all historic artefacts related to environment from the Natural History Museum (Kandt House) to the environmental museum in Karongi District.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kantande – Task the Youth to Resolve Migration Crisis

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The UN Refugee agency representative in Uganda Bornwell Kantande has said a dialogue between the youth of Africa and Europe is key to finding a solution to the migration crisis the world faces.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The UN Refugee agency representative in Uganda Bornwell Kantande has said a dialogue between the youth of Africa and Europe is key to finding a solution to the migration crisis the world faces.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Court Gives MP Judith Babirye 15 Days to Explain Herself Over Land She Allegedly Sold Twice

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Buikwe District woman MP Judith Babirye has been summoned by the Commercial Court to file a defence in fifteen days, explaining why she unlawfully sold a piece of land in Kitende twice.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Buikwe District woman MP Judith Babirye has been summoned by the Commercial Court to file a defence in fifteen days, explaining why she unlawfully sold a piece of land in Kitende twice.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mobile Phone Penetration Rate Rises Marginally in June

[New Times] The number of Rwandans with mobile phones increased marginally in the month of June, the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority’s Active Mobile Telephone Subscription report for June indicates.

[New Times] The number of Rwandans with mobile phones increased marginally in the month of June, the Rwanda Utilities Regulatory Authority's Active Mobile Telephone Subscription report for June indicates.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sofapaka’s Kasumba Eyes League’s Golden Boot Award

[Nation] Sofapaka striker Umaru Kasumba has set his sights on winning the SportPesa Premier League’s Golden Boot award and become only the second Ugandan to attain the honour after Dan Sserunkuma.

[Nation] Sofapaka striker Umaru Kasumba has set his sights on winning the SportPesa Premier League's Golden Boot award and become only the second Ugandan to attain the honour after Dan Sserunkuma.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hajj 2017 – Nigerian Death Rises to 14 As NAHCON Loses Staff

[Premium Times] The number of Nigerian pilgrims who died during this year’s Islamic pilgrimage has risen to 14, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, has said.

[Premium Times] The number of Nigerian pilgrims who died during this year's Islamic pilgrimage has risen to 14, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria, NAHCON, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

District Authorities Decry Cost of Mubende Eviction

[Observer] After the eviction of artisanal miners in Mubende district about three weeks ago, the leaders of the area have estimated a loss of about Shs 500m, which they would receive as taxes from various business owners in the mining camps.

[Observer] After the eviction of artisanal miners in Mubende district about three weeks ago, the leaders of the area have estimated a loss of about Shs 500m, which they would receive as taxes from various business owners in the mining camps.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda