Ethiopia Release 114 Somali Prisoners

[VOA] More than 100 Somalis, recently released from Ethiopian detention facilities and handed over to the Somali government, arrived in Mogadishu on Saturday, government officials told VOA Somali.

[VOA] More than 100 Somalis, recently released from Ethiopian detention facilities and handed over to the Somali government, arrived in Mogadishu on Saturday, government officials told VOA Somali.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Govt Moves to Curb Teen Pregnancies

[The Herald] Government is working on achieving universal access to quality integrated family planning and contraceptive services to reduce unintended pregnancies, especially among teenagers.

[The Herald] Government is working on achieving universal access to quality integrated family planning and contraceptive services to reduce unintended pregnancies, especially among teenagers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Manufacturing Sector Poised for Further Growth

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa says the manufacturing sector is this year poised for a further boom on the back of a strong agriculture production and regulatory interventions.

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa says the manufacturing sector is this year poised for a further boom on the back of a strong agriculture production and regulatory interventions.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gwanda Solar Price Markdown Gets Nod

[The Herald] Shanghai Stock Exchange listed, CHiNT Electric Co, contracted by Zimbabwe Power Company to build the 100 megawatt Gwanda solar plant, has confirmed feasibility of building the power plant at a significantly reduced price of $140 million.

[The Herald] Shanghai Stock Exchange listed, CHiNT Electric Co, contracted by Zimbabwe Power Company to build the 100 megawatt Gwanda solar plant, has confirmed feasibility of building the power plant at a significantly reduced price of $140 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Warriors Miss Out U.S.$175 000 CHAN Prize Money

[The Herald] The Warriors blew a chance to pocket at least $175 000, which is guaranteed prize money for teams that qualify for the African Nations Championship, when they ended their interest in the tournament yesterday.

[The Herald] The Warriors blew a chance to pocket at least $175 000, which is guaranteed prize money for teams that qualify for the African Nations Championship, when they ended their interest in the tournament yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Satisfied With Supporters’ Behaviour

[ANGOP] Luanda -The National Police Command last Sunday, in Luanda, commended the high level of civic behaviour showed by the supporters, during the 3-2 victory game of Angola over the Mauritius island, for the second-leg encounter of the penultimate r…

[ANGOP] Luanda -The National Police Command last Sunday, in Luanda, commended the high level of civic behaviour showed by the supporters, during the 3-2 victory game of Angola over the Mauritius island, for the second-leg encounter of the penultimate round qualifier for the final stage of the Africa Cup of Nations for Home-based Players (CHAN2018).

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

U.S.$15 Million At Stake As Family, Land Developer Cross Swords

[The Herald] A Gweru family is up in arms against a private land developer, amid fears it could have lost over $15 million from the sale of residential stands on its farm.

[The Herald] A Gweru family is up in arms against a private land developer, amid fears it could have lost over $15 million from the sale of residential stands on its farm.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

EU Monitors Watching Election Preparations

[VOA] Whether Kenya’s elections next month turn deadly violent, like the 2007 vote, or remain mostly peaceful, like the 2013 poll, international monitors will be on the ground to see whether the final outcome is trustworthy and fair.

[VOA] Whether Kenya's elections next month turn deadly violent, like the 2007 vote, or remain mostly peaceful, like the 2013 poll, international monitors will be on the ground to see whether the final outcome is trustworthy and fair.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Pardon My Ugliness, Murderer Begs Judge

[New Zimbabwe] One of the notorious robbers recently convicted over eight counts of armed robbery Friday begged magistrate Hosea Mujaya not to consider his “ugly face” when he delivers sentence.

[New Zimbabwe] One of the notorious robbers recently convicted over eight counts of armed robbery Friday begged magistrate Hosea Mujaya not to consider his "ugly face" when he delivers sentence.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe