Reports On Forests and Printing Industry Reviewed

[SNA] Khartoum -The Technical committee of the Economic Development Sector Sunday held a meeting at the Council of Ministers under chairmanship of the First Undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance, Mustafa Yousif Hoali, and discussed a report on the …

[SNA] Khartoum -The Technical committee of the Economic Development Sector Sunday held a meeting at the Council of Ministers under chairmanship of the First Undersecretary of the Ministry of Finance, Mustafa Yousif Hoali, and discussed a report on the forests in Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

EU Approves Financing of Wadi El-Koua Project’s Second Phase At 10 Million Euros

[SNA] Al-Fashir -The European Union (EU) has agreed to finance the second phase of the Wadi El-Koua Basin Project in the North Darfur State at a sum of 10 million Euros and the implementation would start in October this year and last for five years.

[SNA] Al-Fashir -The European Union (EU) has agreed to finance the second phase of the Wadi El-Koua Basin Project in the North Darfur State at a sum of 10 million Euros and the implementation would start in October this year and last for five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Lt. Gen. Bakri and Dr. Salahuddin Discuss Common Political Stances

[SNA] Khartoum -The First Vice – President of the Republic and National Prime Minister, Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih, Sunday received in his office at the Council of Ministers the Chairman of the Future Alliance Forces for Change, Dr. Ghazi Salahuddin, …

[SNA] Khartoum -The First Vice - President of the Republic and National Prime Minister, Lt. Gen. Bakri Hassan Salih, Sunday received in his office at the Council of Ministers the Chairman of the Future Alliance Forces for Change, Dr. Ghazi Salahuddin, and discussed the common political stances after formation of the national accord government.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Meet Farmer Extraordinaire Ziki

[The Herald] Growing up in a rural setting, farming had always been among the prime activities 50-year-old Tinashe Ziki took part in. His interest stemmed further than the average communal dweller and on occasions he would ask for neighbours’ space to …

[The Herald] Growing up in a rural setting, farming had always been among the prime activities 50-year-old Tinashe Ziki took part in. His interest stemmed further than the average communal dweller and on occasions he would ask for neighbours' space to plant on. Passion drove him from being an average peasant farmer into one of the largest commercial farmers in Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

NGO Plans to Establish New School for Herders’ Children

[Citizen] Arusha -In order to empower the nomadic pastoralist communities with skills for development, a non-governmental organisation is drumming up support to establish a school for the herders’ children.

[Citizen] Arusha -In order to empower the nomadic pastoralist communities with skills for development, a non-governmental organisation is drumming up support to establish a school for the herders' children.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Koreans Push for Kiswahili, Reading

[Citizen] Morogoro -In an endeavour to fight ignorance and build reading culture among Tanzanian children, the Korea International Cooperation Agency Korea (Koica) has come up with a programme dubbed Tanzania ya Kesho (Tanzania of Tomorrow), to train a…

[Citizen] Morogoro -In an endeavour to fight ignorance and build reading culture among Tanzanian children, the Korea International Cooperation Agency Korea (Koica) has come up with a programme dubbed Tanzania ya Kesho (Tanzania of Tomorrow), to train and motivate primary school children with regard to the utilisation of library services.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Lock, Lammons Win Doubles

[The Herald] After missing out on the singles title on Friday at the ongoing International Tennis Federation Old Mutual Futures Series last Friday, Benjamin Lock teamed up with his partner Nathaniel Lammons to claim the doubles title on Saturday. They …

[The Herald] After missing out on the singles title on Friday at the ongoing International Tennis Federation Old Mutual Futures Series last Friday, Benjamin Lock teamed up with his partner Nathaniel Lammons to claim the doubles title on Saturday. They beat the pair of Mark Fynn and Nicolaas Scholtz at Harare Sports Club. Lock lost his quarter-final match to Lucas Catarina while Lammons bowed out in the second round but the pair teamed up to form a strong partnership in the doubles, where they were seeded first.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

48 Acres of Khat Razed in Operation

[Citizen] Same -Police in collaboration with the Drugs Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA) have destroyed 48 acres of khat which were grown in three villages of Same District, in Kilimanjaro Region.

[Citizen] Same -Police in collaboration with the Drugs Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA) have destroyed 48 acres of khat which were grown in three villages of Same District, in Kilimanjaro Region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Assaulting Reveller Lands Pair in Jail

[The Herald] Two Chitungwiza men who assaulted a drunken reveller at a night club have each been slapped with two-year jail terms. Steven Chapoto (30) and Obey Batshwayi (27) also robbed Richard Sibanda of his wallet which had $21,50. The two pleaded n…

[The Herald] Two Chitungwiza men who assaulted a drunken reveller at a night club have each been slapped with two-year jail terms. Steven Chapoto (30) and Obey Batshwayi (27) also robbed Richard Sibanda of his wallet which had $21,50. The two pleaded not guilty to charges of robbery, but were convicted after a full trial by the magistrate, Mrs Yeukai Chigodora.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe