Mr, Ms Novice Contest On

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE Republic Police bodybuilders are expected to pull a surprise at tomorrow’s National Federation of Zimbabwe Bodybuilding and Fitness Mr and Ms Novice competition at Pro Fitness Gym in the capital.

[The Herald] ZIMBABWE Republic Police bodybuilders are expected to pull a surprise at tomorrow's National Federation of Zimbabwe Bodybuilding and Fitness Mr and Ms Novice competition at Pro Fitness Gym in the capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ethiopia’s Deep Renewal – Basis for Nation’s Ongoing Renaissance

[Ethiopian Herald] The government of Ethiopia has been undertaking a deep renewal movement from the helm to the lowest public structure so far. The movement is getting deeper and deeper by the day. Meetings are being held at all corners of the country …

[Ethiopian Herald] The government of Ethiopia has been undertaking a deep renewal movement from the helm to the lowest public structure so far. The movement is getting deeper and deeper by the day. Meetings are being held at all corners of the country with massive involvement of the people. In addition to expressing their opinion freely, people are exercising their rights to even deposing government officials alleged to have created good governance related problems.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Sympathy a Cure for the Mentally Ill

[Ethiopian Herald] Adanech Endale, a pseudonym, lived with mental illness in Dessie town of Amhara state. She suffered not only from the illness but also from loneliness as she was sidelined from any ‘normal’ activity.

[Ethiopian Herald] Adanech Endale, a pseudonym, lived with mental illness in Dessie town of Amhara state. She suffered not only from the illness but also from loneliness as she was sidelined from any 'normal' activity.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

More Motorcycles On Seychelles’ Roads As Islanders Seek Ways to Beat Bad Traffic

[Seychelles News Agency] Does it seem like there are more motorcycles on the roads of Seychelles? That may not just be a figment of your imagination, as drivers are turning toward the two-wheeled vehicles to beat bad traffic.

[Seychelles News Agency] Does it seem like there are more motorcycles on the roads of Seychelles? That may not just be a figment of your imagination, as drivers are turning toward the two-wheeled vehicles to beat bad traffic.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Dabengwa Says Come Death, He Now Has Answers to Departed Tongogara’s Questions

[New Zimbabwe] ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa said if he was to die now he would depart a happy man carrying answers to the late commanders of the liberation struggle’s questions on what the war veterans did about Zimbabwe’s current economic situation.

[New Zimbabwe] ZAPU leader Dumiso Dabengwa said if he was to die now he would depart a happy man carrying answers to the late commanders of the liberation struggle's questions on what the war veterans did about Zimbabwe's current economic situation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

National Car Security Crisis Looms As Telkom Threatens to Cut Lines

[News24Wire] Telkom intends on cutting off all connection systems at the Road Traffic Management System (RTMS) should it not receive a payment of R8m by end of day, the Pretoria High Court heard on Friday.

[News24Wire] Telkom intends on cutting off all connection systems at the Road Traffic Management System (RTMS) should it not receive a payment of R8m by end of day, the Pretoria High Court heard on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Forex – Central Bank Injects Fresh $100 Million Into Interbank Market

[Premium Times] Consistent with its pledge to sustain its intervention in the foreign exchange market to boost the inter-bank market and enhance the value of the Naira against other international currencies, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, on Thursda…

[Premium Times] Consistent with its pledge to sustain its intervention in the foreign exchange market to boost the inter-bank market and enhance the value of the Naira against other international currencies, the Central Bank of Nigeria, CBN, on Thursday injected another $100 million to meet the requests of wholesale customers.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria