Xavier Names 22 Players for ‘Operation Beat Madagascar’

[CAF] Mozambique coach Abel Xavier has named a 22-man squad ahead of their Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) Kenya 2018 Second Round First leg clash away to Madagascar this weekend.

[CAF] Mozambique coach Abel Xavier has named a 22-man squad ahead of their Total African Nations Championship (CHAN) Kenya 2018 Second Round First leg clash away to Madagascar this weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Four Police Officers Wounded in a Grenade Attack in Central Bujumbura

[Iwacu] Four policemen were injured as a result of a grenade attack that occurred last night around 9pm in central Bujumbura. Two of the victims were seriously injured, according to Diane Gahimbare, Chief of Bwiza I neighborhood, in Mukaza Commune, Buj…

[Iwacu] Four policemen were injured as a result of a grenade attack that occurred last night around 9pm in central Bujumbura. Two of the victims were seriously injured, according to Diane Gahimbare, Chief of Bwiza I neighborhood, in Mukaza Commune, Bujumbura.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Industrialisation – SADC Eyes Energy Investment

[The Herald] The energy situation in southern Africa is expected to come under the spotlight when the region convenes a high-level ministerial workshop and investment conference in Swaziland to discuss sustainable energy infrastructure.

[The Herald] The energy situation in southern Africa is expected to come under the spotlight when the region convenes a high-level ministerial workshop and investment conference in Swaziland to discuss sustainable energy infrastructure.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Riozim Not Paying U.S.$4,5 Million Afrasia Debt

[The Herald] RIOZIM Limited has decided not to honour an ostensible $4,5 million debt owed to AfrAsia Bank, which is presently in liquidation, after it emerged the financial institution could have unfairly bloated interest and bank charges on the debt.

[The Herald] RIOZIM Limited has decided not to honour an ostensible $4,5 million debt owed to AfrAsia Bank, which is presently in liquidation, after it emerged the financial institution could have unfairly bloated interest and bank charges on the debt.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Man Gives Mother-In-Law Stolen TV

[The Herald] A 24-year-old Harare man has been sentenced to nine months in prison after he was convicted of stealing household property worth over $4 000, including a plasma TV which he gave to his mother-in-law.

[The Herald] A 24-year-old Harare man has been sentenced to nine months in prison after he was convicted of stealing household property worth over $4 000, including a plasma TV which he gave to his mother-in-law.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

European Union Injects Eur10 Million Into Liberia Budget

[The Capitol Times] Last week, the Government of Liberia received a grant of EUR 10 million (USD 11.2 million) from the European Union (EU). The EU disbursed the money directly into the treasury account of the Government to support the budget of the Re…

[The Capitol Times] Last week, the Government of Liberia received a grant of EUR 10 million (USD 11.2 million) from the European Union (EU). The EU disbursed the money directly into the treasury account of the Government to support the budget of the Republic of Liberia. This is the third payment under the EU's budget support programme after a first payment of EUR 29.2 million (USD 33 million) in 2015 and EUR 16 million (USD 18 million) in 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

World Bank Allocates 1 Billion to Advance Women’s Entrepreneurship

[The Capitol Times] The World Bank Group on Tuesday announced the creation of an innovative new facility that aims to enable more than $1 billion to advance women’s entrepreneurship.

[The Capitol Times] The World Bank Group on Tuesday announced the creation of an innovative new facility that aims to enable more than $1 billion to advance women's entrepreneurship.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Interior Ministry Pledges to Secure Electoral Process

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan minister of Interior Angelo Veiga Tavares Monday in Luanda guaranteed engagement and impartiality of the staff of the sector and other defence and security bodies in ensuring safety of all phases of the electoral process.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan minister of Interior Angelo Veiga Tavares Monday in Luanda guaranteed engagement and impartiality of the staff of the sector and other defence and security bodies in ensuring safety of all phases of the electoral process.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola