Investors’ Appetite for Treasury Bills Hit Record High

[Daily News] Treasury bills auctioned on Wednesday last week attracted over half a billion shillings, sending the short term instrument into almost five times oversubscription.

[Daily News] Treasury bills auctioned on Wednesday last week attracted over half a billion shillings, sending the short term instrument into almost five times oversubscription.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Harnessing Nigeria’s Waterways for Economic Development

[Daily Trust] Lokoja -Statistics from the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) indicate that about 3,800 kilometers of the nation’s waterways are navigable seasonally, with 28 out of the 36 states of the federation accessible by water.

[Daily Trust] Lokoja -Statistics from the National Inland Waterways Authority (NIWA) indicate that about 3,800 kilometers of the nation's waterways are navigable seasonally, with 28 out of the 36 states of the federation accessible by water.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Race for Tanzania Football Federation Top Seat Gets Tough

[Daily News] The entry of the heavy weight, Frederick Mwakalebela, has further complicated the race for the top post in the Tanzania Football Federation’s general election.

[Daily News] The entry of the heavy weight, Frederick Mwakalebela, has further complicated the race for the top post in the Tanzania Football Federation's general election.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Flu Kills 13,000 Birds As Kano Farmers Lament Unpaid Compensation By Government

[Guardian] Kano -The Kano State Ministry of Agriculture yesterday confirmed that the avian flu influenza, otherwise known as bird flu had killed no fewer than 13,000 birds in nine farms across the state.

[Guardian] Kano -The Kano State Ministry of Agriculture yesterday confirmed that the avian flu influenza, otherwise known as bird flu had killed no fewer than 13,000 birds in nine farms across the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

We Must Defend Terms of Our Constitution – Osinbajo

[Guardian] Abuja -Acting President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday declared that the Federal Government would not shirk its responsibilities, just as he said the administration would do everything within its power to defend the terms of the nation’s constitution.

[Guardian] Abuja -Acting President Yemi Osinbajo yesterday declared that the Federal Government would not shirk its responsibilities, just as he said the administration would do everything within its power to defend the terms of the nation's constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Manufacturing Firm Takes Over Bullets As Limited Company

[Nyasa Times] Delegates at the Nyasa Big Bullets Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) have resolved to give Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) the ownership of the team as it embarks on commercialisation and self-reliance drive.

[Nyasa Times] Delegates at the Nyasa Big Bullets Extraordinary General Meeting (EGM) have resolved to give Nyasa Manufacturing Company (NMC) the ownership of the team as it embarks on commercialisation and self-reliance drive.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Acacia Hopes Talks Will Help to Ease Row With Magufuli

[Daily News] Acacia Mining will keep its three mines in the country operating “as long as a negotiated result is possible,” Acacia Mining CEO, Brad Gordon says as negotiations to resolve an impasse between the government and the mining firm have been agreed.

[Daily News] Acacia Mining will keep its three mines in the country operating "as long as a negotiated result is possible," Acacia Mining CEO, Brad Gordon says as negotiations to resolve an impasse between the government and the mining firm have been agreed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Command Agriculture Charms SADC

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s successful Command Agriculture Programme is panacea to hunger and poverty in Africa if replicated by countries facing external threats such as economic sanctions, visiting Namibian provincial governor Ambassador Dr Samuel Kaveto…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's successful Command Agriculture Programme is panacea to hunger and poverty in Africa if replicated by countries facing external threats such as economic sanctions, visiting Namibian provincial governor Ambassador Dr Samuel Kaveto Mbambo has said. Dr Mbambo, the governor for Kavango East, said Zimbabwe had resilient systems and structures that ensured it stood tall in the face of adversities like illegal sanctions imposed by the West.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia