German Firm to Invest Over U.S.$15 Million

[Daily News] KNAUF Gypsum, which is one of the leading firms in the world in gypsum making, is planning to invest more than 15 million US dollars in Tanzania in the next few years.

[Daily News] KNAUF Gypsum, which is one of the leading firms in the world in gypsum making, is planning to invest more than 15 million US dollars in Tanzania in the next few years.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Release of Evans’ Gang Member – Victim Alleges Threat to Life

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The owner of Maydon Pharmaceutical Company, Ilupeju, Lagos, Chief Donatus Dunu, who escaped from the den of infamous kidnapping kingpin Evans in Lagos, has alleged threat to his life following the release of a member of the gang, E…

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The owner of Maydon Pharmaceutical Company, Ilupeju, Lagos, Chief Donatus Dunu, who escaped from the den of infamous kidnapping kingpin Evans in Lagos, has alleged threat to his life following the release of a member of the gang, Emeka, by a Lagos court.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Overall Export, Import Price Indices Up

[Daily News] The overall export price index in this year’s first quarter increased by 3.5 per cent to 142.7 points on increase of coffee, tea, fish and cotton prices implying more gains to country export earnings.

[Daily News] The overall export price index in this year's first quarter increased by 3.5 per cent to 142.7 points on increase of coffee, tea, fish and cotton prices implying more gains to country export earnings.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

IMF Hails Macroeconomic Performance

[Daily News] The country’s macroeconomic performance remains robust while the medium-term outlook stays favourable, International Monetary Fund (IMF) said yesterday.

[Daily News] The country's macroeconomic performance remains robust while the medium-term outlook stays favourable, International Monetary Fund (IMF) said yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Interim Orders Still Confusing Judges

[Observer] Despite three justices of the Constitutional court ruling earlier this year that all interim applications arising out of constitutional petitions must be heard by a panel of five justices, the judiciary still finds itself in a state of confu…

[Observer] Despite three justices of the Constitutional court ruling earlier this year that all interim applications arising out of constitutional petitions must be heard by a panel of five justices, the judiciary still finds itself in a state of confusion.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

MP Kandodo Pins Down Govt Over Minibus Drivers Strike

[Nyasa Times] Member of parliament for Kasungu south east Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda on Tuesday took the government to task to explain what it is doing to end the strike by minibus drivers and conductors which virtually crippled the transport system in …

[Nyasa Times] Member of parliament for Kasungu south east Khumbize Kandodo Chiponda on Tuesday took the government to task to explain what it is doing to end the strike by minibus drivers and conductors which virtually crippled the transport system in the capital, Lilongwe on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Warriors in Potential Decider

[The Herald] After watching Zimbabwe power to an emphatic victory over Mozambique in their opening COSAFA Castle Cup assignment, Madagascar coach Auguste Raux has installed the Warriors as favourites in Group B and believes the winner of their showdown…

[The Herald] After watching Zimbabwe power to an emphatic victory over Mozambique in their opening COSAFA Castle Cup assignment, Madagascar coach Auguste Raux has installed the Warriors as favourites in Group B and believes the winner of their showdown tonight will advance to the quarter-finals.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Football Boss Bwalya’s Gift From Hammam Was Improper – FIFA

[Zambia Reports] A FIFA investigatory body has concluded that the US $80, 000 cash “gift” former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya received from disgraced Qatari business mogul Mohammad Bin Hammam was an improper payment.

[Zambia Reports] A FIFA investigatory body has concluded that the US $80, 000 cash "gift" former FAZ president Kalusha Bwalya received from disgraced Qatari business mogul Mohammad Bin Hammam was an improper payment.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Yoga Alleviates Health Problems

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Apart from spiritual goals, the physical postures of yoga are used to alleviate health problems, reduce stress and make the spine supple in contemporary times, says the High Commissioner of India and special representati…

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Apart from spiritual goals, the physical postures of yoga are used to alleviate health problems, reduce stress and make the spine supple in contemporary times, says the High Commissioner of India and special representative to Southern African Development Community (SADC).

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana