Chanda Beu’s Last Dance

[Times of Zambia] IT was November 4, 2016 when the rare music persona Chanda ‘Beu’ Kaoma took spectators down a memory lane with his unique dance at Paddy Blue sports Café during the performance of the evergreen Amayenge ensemble in Lusaka.

[Times of Zambia] IT was November 4, 2016 when the rare music persona Chanda 'Beu' Kaoma took spectators down a memory lane with his unique dance at Paddy Blue sports Café during the performance of the evergreen Amayenge ensemble in Lusaka.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Govt Moves to Curb Substandard Oil Products Crisis

[Daily News] New measures are coming to strictly check the burgeoning lubricant dealers trading in substandard products in the country, the government said in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

[Daily News] New measures are coming to strictly check the burgeoning lubricant dealers trading in substandard products in the country, the government said in Dar es Salaam yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

We Can Learn and Benefit From China’s Impressive Growth

[Monitor] Thirty -Thirty-eight years ago, China’s GDP was $154. Fast-forward to today, its GDP stands at $6,807 a growth by 40 times averaging 114 per cent year on year, poising China to become a higher middle-income economy.

[Monitor] Thirty -Thirty-eight years ago, China's GDP was $154. Fast-forward to today, its GDP stands at $6,807 a growth by 40 times averaging 114 per cent year on year, poising China to become a higher middle-income economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Implement UBC Reforms

[Monitor] The Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) ad hoc review committee has recommended a raft of changes to revamp its operations and transform it into a truly modern, admirable public broadcaster.

[Monitor] The Uganda Broadcasting Corporation (UBC) ad hoc review committee has recommended a raft of changes to revamp its operations and transform it into a truly modern, admirable public broadcaster.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We Derive Our Strength in Being a Unit – Cranes Deputy Coach

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda Cranes deputy coach Moses Basena reckons they are not looking far off for motivation with their eternal absence from Africa’s biggest football showpiece deep enough to arouse it.

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda Cranes deputy coach Moses Basena reckons they are not looking far off for motivation with their eternal absence from Africa's biggest football showpiece deep enough to arouse it.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Prioritise Commercialisation of Agriculture to Boost Economy

[Monitor] Agriculture is the backbone of Uganda’s economy, employing more than two thirds of the population. However, most of those engaged in the agriculture sector are subsistence farmers. They consume most of what they produce and occasionally have …

[Monitor] Agriculture is the backbone of Uganda's economy, employing more than two thirds of the population. However, most of those engaged in the agriculture sector are subsistence farmers. They consume most of what they produce and occasionally have a little surplus to sell.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

First Lady Pledges Govt Backing for World Cricket League

[Monitor] Kampala -Having been a ‘victim’ of the International Cricket Council (ICC)’s security drive, with global showpieces being taken away from Uganda twice, Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) is ensuring they are not third time unlucky.

[Monitor] Kampala -Having been a 'victim' of the International Cricket Council (ICC)'s security drive, with global showpieces being taken away from Uganda twice, Uganda Cricket Association (UCA) is ensuring they are not third time unlucky.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda