Keep Walking – Enjoy Your Ride in a Taxi

[Ethiopian Herald] I always thought taxi drivers and conductors are the wildest comedians here in Addis. The fun may start from the modern proverbs which they hang on the walls of their cabs. These proverbs are made by some unknown guy. But there are a…

[Ethiopian Herald] I always thought taxi drivers and conductors are the wildest comedians here in Addis. The fun may start from the modern proverbs which they hang on the walls of their cabs. These proverbs are made by some unknown guy. But there are also famous Amharic sayings. For instance you could see a proverb that reads "Those who eat alone will die alone." This is a famous Amharic proverb which Ethiopians use to express the significance of one of their long aged traditional values which is 'sharing things with people

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Duncan to Renew Rivalry With Blomqvist at Safari Classic Rally

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The 2017 Biennial East Africa Safari Classic Rally will see the 1984 World Rally Champion Stig Blomqvist renew his rivalry with local hero and six-time Kenya National Rally Champion Ian Duncan when the event will be flagged off No…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The 2017 Biennial East Africa Safari Classic Rally will see the 1984 World Rally Champion Stig Blomqvist renew his rivalry with local hero and six-time Kenya National Rally Champion Ian Duncan when the event will be flagged off November 23 in Mombasa.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Coetsee Shares Lead At Highland Gate

[News24Wire] Veteran Sunshine Tour player Wallie Coetsee used a veteran putter on Thursday on his way to an opening six-under-par 66 and a share of the first round of the 54-hole Origins of Golf tournament at Highland Gate Golf and Trout Estate.

[News24Wire] Veteran Sunshine Tour player Wallie Coetsee used a veteran putter on Thursday on his way to an opening six-under-par 66 and a share of the first round of the 54-hole Origins of Golf tournament at Highland Gate Golf and Trout Estate.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

312,060 Teachers Get Pay Under New Grading Structure From Saturday

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has announced that salaries for 312,060 teachers have been converted to the new grading structure and they can access pay from Saturday.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Teachers Service Commission (TSC) has announced that salaries for 312,060 teachers have been converted to the new grading structure and they can access pay from Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

SAPS Appeals Court Judgement On Firearm Renewals

[SAPS] The South African Police Service has studied the High Court Judgement handed down in the matter of SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association and the Minister of Police regarding firearm renewals.

[SAPS] The South African Police Service has studied the High Court Judgement handed down in the matter of SA Hunters and Game Conservation Association and the Minister of Police regarding firearm renewals.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fear As Goats Die Mysteriously in Delta Community

[Vanguard] Ughelli -Apprehension has enveloped Agbarho community of Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State over the strange deaths of no fewer than 10 goats in six days, in what locals described as bizarre and weird.

[Vanguard] Ughelli -Apprehension has enveloped Agbarho community of Ughelli North Local Government Area of Delta State over the strange deaths of no fewer than 10 goats in six days, in what locals described as bizarre and weird.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Speak With One Voice’

[The Herald] Defence Minister Dr Sydney Sekeramayi has hailed Government’s Special Maize Programme for Import Substitution, also known as Command Agriculture, as a major success while imploring Cabinet ministers to speak with one voice on policy matter…

[The Herald] Defence Minister Dr Sydney Sekeramayi has hailed Government's Special Maize Programme for Import Substitution, also known as Command Agriculture, as a major success while imploring Cabinet ministers to speak with one voice on policy matters. In apparent reference to policy inconsistency following a sustained attack on Command Agriculture by some Cabinet ministers despite the initiative having been described as a "beautiful programme" by President Mugabe, Dr Sekeramayi said "at the end of the day it is what

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe