Harare City Owed U.S.$550 Million

[The Herald] The Harare City Council is now owed more than $550 million in unpaid rates and bills by residents, Government departments and businesses, it has been learnt.

[The Herald] The Harare City Council is now owed more than $550 million in unpaid rates and bills by residents, Government departments and businesses, it has been learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

General Tongogara Was Prophetic – Army Chief Chiwenga

[The Herald] The late veteran nationalist and national hero, General Josiah Magama Tongogara, who died 37 years ago, was yesterday described as an unparalleled prophet who foresaw Zimbabwe’s future.

[The Herald] The late veteran nationalist and national hero, General Josiah Magama Tongogara, who died 37 years ago, was yesterday described as an unparalleled prophet who foresaw Zimbabwe's future.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Doctors’ Strike Looms in Bayelsa, Kogi Over Backlog of Salaries

[Guardian] Lokoja, Makurdi and Yenagoa -Labour crises loom in Bayelsa and Kogi states’ health sector as doctors are threatening strike over the backlog of salaries owed them.

[Guardian] Lokoja, Makurdi and Yenagoa -Labour crises loom in Bayelsa and Kogi states' health sector as doctors are threatening strike over the backlog of salaries owed them.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Magufuli’s One Year of Reshaping Nation

[Daily News] President John Magufuli’s one-year administration has successfully reinvigorated transparency, accountability and organisational capabilities towards improved quality of services delivered in the country.

[Daily News] President John Magufuli's one-year administration has successfully reinvigorated transparency, accountability and organisational capabilities towards improved quality of services delivered in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

When Ghana’s President-Elect Challenged African Leaders On Change

[Guardian] When the President-elect of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo addressed the 11th edition of Africa Futures Award at the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos, he sounded as if he was in for a peer review of African leadership. But midway into his written speech,…

[Guardian] When the President-elect of Ghana, Nana Akufo-Addo addressed the 11th edition of Africa Futures Award at the Federal Palace Hotel, Lagos, he sounded as if he was in for a peer review of African leadership. But midway into his written speech, the President-in-waiting, who would be sworn into office on January 7, 2017, left no one in doubt that he was interrogating the 'Change' that has become a winning mantra in recent presidential elections across three countries in the West African sub-region.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Simba Face Tough Title Race

[Daily News] Pace setters Simba took a giant step in the title race after a weekend of mixed results among big guns, but should be wary of a tough run compared to rivals, Young Africans as the battle for Premier League title heats up.

[Daily News] Pace setters Simba took a giant step in the title race after a weekend of mixed results among big guns, but should be wary of a tough run compared to rivals, Young Africans as the battle for Premier League title heats up.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Christmas Kitten Surprise for Bluff Family

[News24Wire] Police Search and Rescue technicians had their hands full with a Christmas baby of a different sort – saving a newborn kitten from the roof of a Durban home on Sunday.

[News24Wire] Police Search and Rescue technicians had their hands full with a Christmas baby of a different sort - saving a newborn kitten from the roof of a Durban home on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Make Effective Malaria Drugs Affordable to All

[Citizen] Almost a million people die from malaria worldwide each year because they cannot afford the most effective treatment and instead often buy old drugs to which the malaria parasite has become resistant, according to researchers.

[Citizen] Almost a million people die from malaria worldwide each year because they cannot afford the most effective treatment and instead often buy old drugs to which the malaria parasite has become resistant, according to researchers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania