City Kiss Super League Goodbye

City of Lusaka’s short lived stay in the Super Division came to a crushing end with a 4-1 loss to Zesco United who leapfrogged Green Buffaloes to second position with a game in hand. The 1964 league champions have been … Continued

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City of Lusaka’s short lived stay in the Super Division came to a crushing end with a 4-1 loss to Zesco United who leapfrogged Green Buffaloes to second position with a game in hand. The 1964 league champions have been banished from using their home stadium in Woodlands by FAZ following a sponsorship wrangle with league sponsors MTN. City of Lusaka have only managed 15 points in 32 matches with three wins and six draws to dump them out with six matches remaining before the close of the league. Goals from Jesse Were, Lazarus Kambole (brace) and Chibesa Chanda sunk ‘Yamoto’ as they are fondly known to consign Chilenje side to lower division football. City of Lusaka skipper Edward Tembo scored the consolation for the noisy Yamoto fans. With the calculators out, the arithmetic confirms City of Lusaka’s relegation as even winning their remaining six matches will only push them to 33 points with that statistic not enough to save them with a miserable goal difference that is minus 35. The post City Kiss Super League Goodbye appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Local Authorities Ordered to Share Information With the Public

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Deputy Minister of State in the President’s Office (Regional Administration and Local Government) has directed all local authorities to share information with the public and development partners.

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Deputy Minister of State in the President's Office (Regional Administration and Local Government) has directed all local authorities to share information with the public and development partners.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ten Dar Designers for Swahili Fashion Finale

[Daily News] TEN emerging designers from across the country have been picked by a panel of judges to compete in 10th Swahili Fashion Week Washington finals to be held in the city in early December.

[Daily News] TEN emerging designers from across the country have been picked by a panel of judges to compete in 10th Swahili Fashion Week Washington finals to be held in the city in early December.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Bagamoyo Port Set to Start Operations By 2020

[Daily News] THE much anticipated Bagamoyo Port that is expected to boost the country’s economy and attract big investments in the country is expected to kick off operations between 2020 and 2021, Deputy Minister for Trade, Industries and Investment, E…

[Daily News] THE much anticipated Bagamoyo Port that is expected to boost the country's economy and attract big investments in the country is expected to kick off operations between 2020 and 2021, Deputy Minister for Trade, Industries and Investment, Engineer Stella Manyanya has confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Entebbe Airport Expansion Runs Into Trouble

[Observer] Entebbe International Airport expansion could take longer than planned after the contractor, China Communications and Construction Company (CCCC) said it has run into trouble with a land owner and locals.

[Observer] Entebbe International Airport expansion could take longer than planned after the contractor, China Communications and Construction Company (CCCC) said it has run into trouble with a land owner and locals.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ammara Speaks On New Album

[Zimbabwe Standard] After a lengthy sharpening process, songstress Ammara Brown believes she has finally struck the right chord and is ready to take her position as the queen in the male-dominated local music industry with her maiden album set for rele…

[Zimbabwe Standard] After a lengthy sharpening process, songstress Ammara Brown believes she has finally struck the right chord and is ready to take her position as the queen in the male-dominated local music industry with her maiden album set for release on November 10.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Middle East Investors Move to Take Over Nigerian Airports

[Guardian] Some stakeholders in the aviation sector, including members of the National Assembly, are worried that investors from some Middle East countries are expressing interest in the planned concession of Nigerian airports.

[Guardian] Some stakeholders in the aviation sector, including members of the National Assembly, are worried that investors from some Middle East countries are expressing interest in the planned concession of Nigerian airports.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

We Are Ready to Receive $3.6 B Egina FPSO This Year, Says Ejizu

[Guardian] As Nigeria prepares to receive the $3.6 billion Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel (FPSO) for Egina’s deep offshore oil project, the Chief Operating Officer, Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria Limited, Frank Ejizu, in this inter…

[Guardian] As Nigeria prepares to receive the $3.6 billion Floating Production Storage and Offloading vessel (FPSO) for Egina's deep offshore oil project, the Chief Operating Officer, Samsung Heavy Industries Nigeria Limited, Frank Ejizu, in this interview with SULAIMON SALAU, reveals the level of preparations and the opportunities for Nigerians. Excerpts:

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Fresh Trouble for Atiku’s Intels As Ogfza Alleges Rules’ Violation

[Guardian] Oil and gas logistics giant and port concessionaire, INTELS Nigeria Limited (INL), is in fresh trouble as the Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority (OGFZA) has ordered a comprehensive audit of a decade of its operations (2006-2016).The developmen…

[Guardian] Oil and gas logistics giant and port concessionaire, INTELS Nigeria Limited (INL), is in fresh trouble as the Oil and Gas Free Zones Authority (OGFZA) has ordered a comprehensive audit of a decade of its operations (2006-2016).The development came as INTELS, a company largely owned by former Vice President Atiku Abubakar, began to feel relief from a similar rift with the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria