Seven-Year-Old Boy Sues Electricity Firm For Negligence

[Monitor] Kampala -A seven-year-old boy has sued electricity distributing firm, Umeme Limited for alleged negligence in connection with on electrocution that caused him shock and body injury.

[Monitor] Kampala -A seven-year-old boy has sued electricity distributing firm, Umeme Limited for alleged negligence in connection with on electrocution that caused him shock and body injury.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Switzerland to Return U.S.$321 Million Abacha Loot

[This Day] Nigeria and Switzerland have sealed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the return of $321 million traced to the late former military Head of State, General Sani Abacha, The Cable reported on Monday.

[This Day] Nigeria and Switzerland have sealed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for the return of $321 million traced to the late former military Head of State, General Sani Abacha, The Cable reported on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Church Wedding for Couple After 70 Years

[Monitor] Isaac Anyar, 94, proved to the world that it is never too late to walk down the aisle when he officially wedded Eunice Atoo, 90, last Saturday (December 2, 2017).

[Monitor] Isaac Anyar, 94, proved to the world that it is never too late to walk down the aisle when he officially wedded Eunice Atoo, 90, last Saturday (December 2, 2017).

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Antonio Mwanza Analyses Zambia’s Debt Situation

Hon. Felix Mutati, the Minister of Finance has not been honest with regards to the debt situation Zambia is currently in. Contrary to the lies that Mutati has been feeding the nation about the IMF deal, the truth is that … Continued

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Hon. Felix Mutati, the Minister of Finance has not been honest with regards to the debt situation Zambia is currently in. Contrary to the lies that Mutati has been feeding the nation about the IMF deal, the truth is that the IMF has suspended talks with Zambia on the IMF loan because they don’t agree with the Goverment’s unsustainable borrowing. The IMF has further revealed that Zambia has the highest debt in the Sub-Saharan region. The sad truth is that while our debt has been rising, our economy has been shrinking with growth slumping from 7% to 3.5%. Now that the IMF deal has collapsed, what next for Mutati and his PF Government? The open market? At what interest rate? Where has the money they got from kaloba gone because there’s literally no production in our economy? What happened to the debt money. Antonio Mwanza The post Antonio Mwanza Analyses Zambia’s Debt Situation appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Health Sector Requires U.S.$1,1 Billion to Normalize – Parirenyatwa

[New Zimbabwe] Health and Childcare minister David Parirenyatwa says his ministry is in need of at least $1.1 billion annually for it to be brought back to life after years of drug and human resource shortages as well as other clinical basics such as g…

[New Zimbabwe] Health and Childcare minister David Parirenyatwa says his ministry is in need of at least $1.1 billion annually for it to be brought back to life after years of drug and human resource shortages as well as other clinical basics such as gloves which are not available at most institutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

U.S.$29 Million Debt – Maritime Workers Vow to Shut Down Saipem Operations

[This Day] The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has vowed to shut down Saipem’s operations in Nigeria over the company’s alleged indebtedness put at more than $29 million (about N10.6 billion) for various services at the port.

[This Day] The Maritime Workers Union of Nigeria (MWUN) has vowed to shut down Saipem's operations in Nigeria over the company's alleged indebtedness put at more than $29 million (about N10.6 billion) for various services at the port.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

One Shot As Gunmen Attack Pader

[Monitor] One person was shot over the weekend while three others were robbed of their merchandize and cash on separate occasions by unknown armed gunmen who have invaded Pader District.

[Monitor] One person was shot over the weekend while three others were robbed of their merchandize and cash on separate occasions by unknown armed gunmen who have invaded Pader District.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

War Vets Leader Mutsvangwa Says He Was Anointed By Army

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association leader and special advisor to the President, Christopher Mutsvangwa, said he was anointed by the military to become the association’s chairperson and has been fronting the Army al…

[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe National Liberation War Veterans Association leader and special advisor to the President, Christopher Mutsvangwa, said he was anointed by the military to become the association's chairperson and has been fronting the Army all along.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe