Day of Reckoning for Uganda’s Cranes

[Monitor] Gabon -Thirty nine years of agony come to a definitive end this evening when the Uganda Cranes roll into the lion’s den to take on Ghana’s Black Stars in Port Gentil’s Stade Sogara.

[Monitor] Gabon -Thirty nine years of agony come to a definitive end this evening when the Uganda Cranes roll into the lion's den to take on Ghana's Black Stars in Port Gentil's Stade Sogara.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Indomitable Lions – Potential Winners or Also-Rans?

[allAfrica] Cameroon coach Hugo Broos spoke at length prior to the start of the African Nations Cup about the fact that there are no weak sides in the competition, something he will remind his players ahead of their second Group A clash against Guinea-…

[allAfrica] Cameroon coach Hugo Broos spoke at length prior to the start of the African Nations Cup about the fact that there are no weak sides in the competition, something he will remind his players ahead of their second Group A clash against Guinea-Bissau on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

We Have Food Surplus, Not Shortage – Minister

[Daily News] Minister for Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Charles Tizeba said yesterday that until October, 2016 a total of 1.5 million metric tonnes of cereals were sold to neighbouring countries from Tanzania.

[Daily News] Minister for Minister for Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, Dr Charles Tizeba said yesterday that until October, 2016 a total of 1.5 million metric tonnes of cereals were sold to neighbouring countries from Tanzania.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Shelve Data Centre Plans, Go for TTCL Services Instead, Firms Directed

[Daily News] Public institutions that plan to set up their own data centres should shelve such preparations, and instead use the one constructed by the government, the Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Professor Makame Mbarawa has direc…

[Daily News] Public institutions that plan to set up their own data centres should shelve such preparations, and instead use the one constructed by the government, the Minister for Works, Transport and Communications, Professor Makame Mbarawa has directed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Pastor Arrested Over Mugabe Death Prophecy

[New Zimbabwe] Kariba based pastor Patrick Mugadza who last week predicted the death of President Robert Mugabe by claiming 93-year-old would breathe his last on October 17 was arrested this Monday at the Harare Magistrates Courts.

[New Zimbabwe] Kariba based pastor Patrick Mugadza who last week predicted the death of President Robert Mugabe by claiming 93-year-old would breathe his last on October 17 was arrested this Monday at the Harare Magistrates Courts.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cabinet Reshuffle ‘Imminent’ As Magufuli Picks Two to House

[Daily News] President John Magufuli yesterday nominated two Members of Parliament, a move that has made some political analysts ‘smell’ some changes in the cabinet.

[Daily News] President John Magufuli yesterday nominated two Members of Parliament, a move that has made some political analysts 'smell' some changes in the cabinet.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

#BringBackOurGirls Group Arrives North-East for Sambisa Forest Tour

[Premium Times] Representatives of the BringBackOurGirls Group have arrived the north-east to observe efforts being made by soldiers to free the remaining abducted Chibok schoolgirls.

[Premium Times] Representatives of the BringBackOurGirls Group have arrived the north-east to observe efforts being made by soldiers to free the remaining abducted Chibok schoolgirls.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

State Acts to Control Food Prices

[Daily News] Distribution of food across regions currently hit by skyrocketing prices is about to start, the government announced in Dodoma yesterday, insisting that over 1.5 million metric tonnes (MT) of various food items are available for the undert…

[Daily News] Distribution of food across regions currently hit by skyrocketing prices is about to start, the government announced in Dodoma yesterday, insisting that over 1.5 million metric tonnes (MT) of various food items are available for the undertaking.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania