Products for End-of Year Feasts – Consumers to Benefit Moderate Rates

[Cameroon Tribune] In a bid to help consumers secure various items ahead of end-of-year feasts, Jumia will for 22 days between November 17 and December 18, 2017, put at the disposal of the public products at reduced rates of up to 70 per cent. Out of 4…

[Cameroon Tribune] In a bid to help consumers secure various items ahead of end-of-year feasts, Jumia will for 22 days between November 17 and December 18, 2017, put at the disposal of the public products at reduced rates of up to 70 per cent. Out of 40,000 products it has online, 25,000 have been set aside for the period dubbed "Black Friday Festival." Delivery within this period will be free. Many other centres have been created in Bertoua, Ngaoundere, Yagoua, Edea, Bafoussam, Limbe, Buea, Garoua, Maroua and Kousseri to ca

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Bulls Name Super Rugby Training Squad

[News24Wire] Bulls Executive of Rugby and head coach, John Mitchell , on Wednesday announced his first wider training squad for the 2018 Super Rugby season and included new signings Frans van Wyk and Thembelani Bholi (flank) in the group that will asse…

[News24Wire] Bulls Executive of Rugby and head coach, John Mitchell , on Wednesday announced his first wider training squad for the 2018 Super Rugby season and included new signings Frans van Wyk and Thembelani Bholi (flank) in the group that will assemble for pre-season training.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

This Is What Happened After Pastor Kathy Kiuna Promised Followers Cars By New Year

[Nairobi News] Jesus Christian Centre pastor Kathy Kiuna sent Twitter on a near meltdown after she promised her followers that they would each be driving a brand new car by the end of 2017.

[Nairobi News] Jesus Christian Centre pastor Kathy Kiuna sent Twitter on a near meltdown after she promised her followers that they would each be driving a brand new car by the end of 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Uganda, Sudan Express Support for AU Mission in Somalia

[Shabelle] Uganda and Sudan have called on the international community to support the African Union Mission in Somalia. The call comes as the UN Security Council has endorsed the withdrawal of 1,000 troops from Somalia due to lack of funding.

[Shabelle] Uganda and Sudan have called on the international community to support the African Union Mission in Somalia. The call comes as the UN Security Council has endorsed the withdrawal of 1,000 troops from Somalia due to lack of funding.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan