Reps Will Revisit Devolution of Powers – Gbajabiamila

[Premium Times] The Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has described the legislative act that killed the devolution of powers bill as a mistake that would be corrected when the house resumes from recess in September.

[Premium Times] The Majority Leader of the House of Representatives, Femi Gbajabiamila, has described the legislative act that killed the devolution of powers bill as a mistake that would be corrected when the house resumes from recess in September.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

JICA Assists to Create a Barrier Free Environment for Persons With Disabilities

[SNA] Khartoum,2,8,2017-(SUNA)- Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in collaboration with National Council for Persons with Disabilities conducted seminar on “Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities” in 31st July to 3rd August 2017 report…

[SNA] Khartoum,2,8,2017-(SUNA)- Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) in collaboration with National Council for Persons with Disabilities conducted seminar on "Accessibility for Persons with Disabilities" in 31st July to 3rd August 2017 reported in a press release issued by (JICA).

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Workers, Residents Cry Foul Over City Quarry Plans

[The Herald] Workers and residents have condemned plans by Harare City Council to create a board of directors to run the Crusher Station, a quarry mining venture in the capital, amid fears that the City Fathers could run-down the business. Workers and …

[The Herald] Workers and residents have condemned plans by Harare City Council to create a board of directors to run the Crusher Station, a quarry mining venture in the capital, amid fears that the City Fathers could run-down the business. Workers and residents' representatives yesterday raised fears that council was trying to create a company that could be used to siphon money for private use.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Shona Book Blames Parents

[The Herald] Engineer and author Damiano Chiuswa recently launched his first book, “Mandiputsira Imba Yangu”, a narrative that blames parents for failing to groom their kids for marriage.

[The Herald] Engineer and author Damiano Chiuswa recently launched his first book, "Mandiputsira Imba Yangu", a narrative that blames parents for failing to groom their kids for marriage.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Agency Monitors Styrofoam Stock

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) says it has started monitoring stocks of polystyrene material (kaylites) on manufacturers and distributors to ensure that the ban on the product is adhered to.

[The Herald] The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) says it has started monitoring stocks of polystyrene material (kaylites) on manufacturers and distributors to ensure that the ban on the product is adhered to.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cops Bust Vehicle Smuggling Racket

[The Herald] South African police have recovered another sleek vehicle which was being smuggled from that country into Zimbabwe through the Limpopo River, as they intensify the fight against irregular migration and smuggling along the border line. The …

[The Herald] South African police have recovered another sleek vehicle which was being smuggled from that country into Zimbabwe through the Limpopo River, as they intensify the fight against irregular migration and smuggling along the border line. The vehicle, a new shape Mercedes Benz C220 brings to five the total number of vehicles which have been recovered by the police within seven days on their way to Zimbabwe. It is reported that the car was being pulled across the river by donkeys on Monday afternoon.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Completion Highly Awaited

[Cameroon Tribune] Inhabitants of Cameroon’s economic metropolis, Douala, as well as those of neighbouring regions; North West, South West and West, are certainly crossing their fingers in wait for the completion works on the second bridge over River W…

[Cameroon Tribune] Inhabitants of Cameroon's economic metropolis, Douala, as well as those of neighbouring regions; North West, South West and West, are certainly crossing their fingers in wait for the completion works on the second bridge over River Wouri. The anxiety of seeing the bridge operational, which started on November 14, 2013 when President Paul Biya laid the foundation stone, almost got to the apex yesterday July 31, 2017 as Public Works Minister officially opened for circulation a railway line at the deck of the

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