Dynamos Coach Asks for Support

[The Herald] NEARLY every week that his charges are in action, Lloyd Mutasa has often come under the spotlight with debate largely centred on whether he is the right man to help Dynamos turn the corner and become a dominant force in domestic football o…

[The Herald] NEARLY every week that his charges are in action, Lloyd Mutasa has often come under the spotlight with debate largely centred on whether he is the right man to help Dynamos turn the corner and become a dominant force in domestic football once again. Mutasa's plight has not been any better because of a club management that seems to be sending conflicting signals despite claiming to be fully behind the coach.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Community Benefits From Drip Irrigation and Mobile Chicken Coops

[Ethiopian Herald] The surrounding communities of Haromaya University are benefiting from Drip irrigation, improved vegetable production and a three-level mobile chicken coop.

[Ethiopian Herald] The surrounding communities of Haromaya University are benefiting from Drip irrigation, improved vegetable production and a three-level mobile chicken coop.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Call for Regional Cooperation to Transform Construction Industry

[Ethiopian Herald] Resulting from the rapid and sustainable economic growth as well as the ongoing fast urbanization in Ethiopia,there is high demand for cement and concrete, Construction Minister Eng. Aisha Mohamed said.

[Ethiopian Herald] Resulting from the rapid and sustainable economic growth as well as the ongoing fast urbanization in Ethiopia,there is high demand for cement and concrete, Construction Minister Eng. Aisha Mohamed said.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Re-Branding Africa Unlocks Its Tourism Potential

[Ethiopian Herald] The United Nations World Tourism Organization Commission for Africa (UNWTOCAF) 59th conference participants stressed the need for re-branding Africa to develop the continent’s tourism sector.

[Ethiopian Herald] The United Nations World Tourism Organization Commission for Africa (UNWTOCAF) 59th conference participants stressed the need for re-branding Africa to develop the continent's tourism sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Addis Names Train After Leipzig City

[Ethiopian Herald] The Addis Ababa City Administration name yesterday one of the light trains after Leipzig, one of the oldest city of the German, which is on twining programme with Addis.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Addis Ababa City Administration name yesterday one of the light trains after Leipzig, one of the oldest city of the German, which is on twining programme with Addis.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

The Mushrooming of Banks in Bolstering Saving Culture

[Ethiopian Herald] As experience amply demonstrated, getting a foreign-lone free from strings is unlikely, for creditors could use lone to pull a string and shape the attitude and action of debtors. Therefore, to execute one’s ambitious plans by one se…

[Ethiopian Herald] As experience amply demonstrated, getting a foreign-lone free from strings is unlikely, for creditors could use lone to pull a string and shape the attitude and action of debtors. Therefore, to execute one's ambitious plans by one self insulated from impositions from outside, nations must cultivate citizens' saving culture.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Kameeta Seeks N$3.2 Billion for Social Protection

[New Era] Windhoek -Poverty Eradication Minister Zephania Kameeta yesterday asked parliament to approve his ministry’s N$3.2 billion budget, 99 percent of which would go to social protection programmes administered by the ministry.

[New Era] Windhoek -Poverty Eradication Minister Zephania Kameeta yesterday asked parliament to approve his ministry's N$3.2 billion budget, 99 percent of which would go to social protection programmes administered by the ministry.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Three Walk Free in Unam Murder Case

[New Era] Windhoek -Three suspects in the fatal shooting and killing of University of Namibia (Unam) employee Gideon Jimmy Shililifa in 2013 walked away scot-free yesterday, because the investigating officer failed to comply with the instructions of th…

[New Era] Windhoek -Three suspects in the fatal shooting and killing of University of Namibia (Unam) employee Gideon Jimmy Shililifa in 2013 walked away scot-free yesterday, because the investigating officer failed to comply with the instructions of the prosecutor-general (PG) several times.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia