Govt, Japan Sign Grant Aid for Water Project

[Nyasa Times] Malawi and Japan on Wednesday signed a grant aid agreement of 362 million Japanese Yen (about MK2.4 billion) for the improvement of water supply and revenue generation in Lilongwe through reduction of water loss.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi and Japan on Wednesday signed a grant aid agreement of 362 million Japanese Yen (about MK2.4 billion) for the improvement of water supply and revenue generation in Lilongwe through reduction of water loss.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Masisi Meets Flood Victims

[Botswana Daily News] Gweta -Vice President Mr Mokgweetsi Masisi has assured residents of Gweta that government will provide assistance to families who have been affected by floods in the area.

[Botswana Daily News] Gweta -Vice President Mr Mokgweetsi Masisi has assured residents of Gweta that government will provide assistance to families who have been affected by floods in the area.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

‘… . Have Interest in Africa, First Consult With Addis Ababa’

[Ethiopian Herald] The series of visits by two super powers and an emerging economy, the Foreign Ministers of US, Russia and UAE, signals Ethiopia’s ever growing diplomatic engagement in international arenas which in turn continue to attract public lim…

[Ethiopian Herald] The series of visits by two super powers and an emerging economy, the Foreign Ministers of US, Russia and UAE, signals Ethiopia's ever growing diplomatic engagement in international arenas which in turn continue to attract public limelight.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

‘Illegal Water Connection Is Theft’

[Nyasa Times] Ugandan national Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) Principal Legal officer, Aloysious Kaijuka has said illegal water connections are theft and culprits should be given stiff punishment.

[Nyasa Times] Ugandan national Water and Sewerage Corporation (NWSC) Principal Legal officer, Aloysious Kaijuka has said illegal water connections are theft and culprits should be given stiff punishment.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Re-Engagement, Policy Implementation, Vital for Economic Revival – AfDB

[The Herald] The African Development Bank (AfDB) said on Tuesday Zimbabwe could this year achieve higher than projected growth on the back of positive sentiment following the takeover of a new administration in the country, aided by support from the co…

[The Herald] The African Development Bank (AfDB) said on Tuesday Zimbabwe could this year achieve higher than projected growth on the back of positive sentiment following the takeover of a new administration in the country, aided by support from the country's creditors.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Business Leaders Convene in Harare

[The Herald] Business leaders nationwide are expected to converge in Harare next week to discuss wide ranging issues affecting businesses among them improvement of value chains and sourcing of regional and global markets for products and services.

[The Herald] Business leaders nationwide are expected to converge in Harare next week to discuss wide ranging issues affecting businesses among them improvement of value chains and sourcing of regional and global markets for products and services.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Apostle Ziba Arrested Over Duty Evasion

[Nyasa Times] Apostle Joseph Ziba, founder and president of Foutain of Victory International Ministries and a businessman Tayub Aziz, have been arrested over an alleged duty evasion scheme of K26 million and cheating the public revenue.

[Nyasa Times] Apostle Joseph Ziba, founder and president of Foutain of Victory International Ministries and a businessman Tayub Aziz, have been arrested over an alleged duty evasion scheme of K26 million and cheating the public revenue.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Police Dismiss Kidnapping Reports

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has urged members of the public to ignore messages circulating on social media alleging that there is a group of criminals kidnapping and beheading people, especially children.

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) has urged members of the public to ignore messages circulating on social media alleging that there is a group of criminals kidnapping and beheading people, especially children.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe