England Will No Longer Host Eagles’ Matches, Says Rohr

[Guardian] Nigeria will no longer play its international friendly matches in London, Super Eagles’ Manager, Gernot Rohr has revealed. The manager wants the Super Eagles to play their subsequent friendlies in Schengen states, which provides flexible way…

[Guardian] Nigeria will no longer play its international friendly matches in London, Super Eagles' Manager, Gernot Rohr has revealed. The manager wants the Super Eagles to play their subsequent friendlies in Schengen states, which provides flexible ways in acquiring visas for sides playing friendlies in their countries, reports ghanasoccer.com.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Minister Decries Red Tape On Donor-Funded Projects

[Daily News] REGULATORY hurdles and limited funding are holding back implementation of development projects, notably construction of Central Railway system and the $30 billion Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant.

[Daily News] REGULATORY hurdles and limited funding are holding back implementation of development projects, notably construction of Central Railway system and the $30 billion Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) plant.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Trigger Drunk’ Cop Faces Arrest, MP Comes to His Defence

[Zambia Reports] Former Katuba MP Jonas Shakafuswa has come to the defence of Spider Ngoma, a police officer, captured in an altercation with Mazabuka MP Garry Nkombo at a Filling Station.

[Zambia Reports] Former Katuba MP Jonas Shakafuswa has come to the defence of Spider Ngoma, a police officer, captured in an altercation with Mazabuka MP Garry Nkombo at a Filling Station.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

‘Octopus Style of Raising Revenue Will Sink Ghana’

[Ghana Star] A ranking member of the Finance Committee of Parliament is chiding government for the octopus style it has adopted in raising revenue to implement its campaign promises.

[Ghana Star] A ranking member of the Finance Committee of Parliament is chiding government for the octopus style it has adopted in raising revenue to implement its campaign promises.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Egypt Snubs Nile Sharing Agreement, Asks for More Time

[Monitor] Entebbe -Egyptian authorities on Monday, yet again, requested for more time to “consult widely” on the terms and implications of the contentious clauses in the new cooperative framework that seeks to refine sharing of the River Nile. The requ…

[Monitor] Entebbe -Egyptian authorities on Monday, yet again, requested for more time to "consult widely" on the terms and implications of the contentious clauses in the new cooperative framework that seeks to refine sharing of the River Nile. The request was resultantly granted by the Nile Council of Ministers (Nile-COM) meeting chaired by Water and Environment minister Sam Cheptoris at Protea Hotel, following hours of protracted haggling that went on into the night.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sonko Risks Being Locked Out of Election Over Indiscipline

[Nation] Mike Sonko, a gubernatorial aspirant for Nairobi in the Jubilee Party, is among four who risk being locked out of this year’s General Election for indiscipline. The others are two sitting governors and an MP.

[Nation] Mike Sonko, a gubernatorial aspirant for Nairobi in the Jubilee Party, is among four who risk being locked out of this year's General Election for indiscipline. The others are two sitting governors and an MP.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘White Rhodesians’ Own 90% of Masvingo City – Council

[New Zimbabwe] MASVINGO city council is failing to enforce sprucing up of buildings in the Central Business District (CBD) to meet world class standards as 90 percent of the properties are owned by exiled white Rhodesians, a senior official has said.

[New Zimbabwe] MASVINGO city council is failing to enforce sprucing up of buildings in the Central Business District (CBD) to meet world class standards as 90 percent of the properties are owned by exiled white Rhodesians, a senior official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe