Opposition Brands Budget Review ‘Load of False Hopes’

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has told Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Goodall Gondwe to stop giving false promises to people, rubbishing the Mid-Year Budget Review as a a load of false hopes.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has told Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Goodall Gondwe to stop giving false promises to people, rubbishing the Mid-Year Budget Review as a a load of false hopes.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Remandee Refuses to Get Off Prison Van Demanding Tea

[Nairobi News] There was drama at a Kitale court on Tuesday morning after one of the remandees brought to attend a session refused to alight from a prison vehicle as he demanded he be served tea first.

[Nairobi News] There was drama at a Kitale court on Tuesday morning after one of the remandees brought to attend a session refused to alight from a prison vehicle as he demanded he be served tea first.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Many Travel to Buhera for Tsvangirai Burial

[New Zimbabwe] Scores of MDC- T supporters from Matabeleland region painted the Bulawayo’s City Hall red with their colourful party regalia Monday while waiting for transport to Buhera for Morgan Tsvangirai’s burial.

[New Zimbabwe] Scores of MDC- T supporters from Matabeleland region painted the Bulawayo's City Hall red with their colourful party regalia Monday while waiting for transport to Buhera for Morgan Tsvangirai's burial.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Parliament Resumes Sitting Today

The second session of the 12 National Assembly resumes sitting with a slightly changed set up in the house. Bahati Member of Parliament Harry Kalaba and his Matero counterpart Lloyd Kaziya will be relegated to the backbench after having resigned … Continued

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The second session of the 12 National Assembly resumes sitting with a slightly changed set up in the house. Bahati Member of Parliament Harry Kalaba and his Matero counterpart Lloyd Kaziya will be relegated to the backbench after having resigned and fired as ministers respectively. Kalaba relinquished his position citing corruption in government while Kaziya was fired as Water Development minister in the recent cabinet reshuffle. Kwacha lawmaker Joe Malanji and his Nkana counterpart Alexander Chiteme will take their new spots on the front bench after being appointed ministers. Absent from the house will be Lucky Mulusa who was fired as planning and development minister while Mumbi Phiri will be back in parliament after being nominated. The house is expected to tackle several bills including the possibility of the Freedom of Information bill. The last sitting of parliament approved the K72 billion national budget. The post Parliament Resumes Sitting Today appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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No Rhino Poached in Khorixas Area

[New Era] Windhoek -The rhino poaching case reported to Khorixas police last Thursday was a false alarm, according to the station commander of Khorixas police Chief Inspector Hiskia Nuuyoma.

[New Era] Windhoek -The rhino poaching case reported to Khorixas police last Thursday was a false alarm, according to the station commander of Khorixas police Chief Inspector Hiskia Nuuyoma.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Sumbawanga Airport to Receive U.S.$24 Million Facelift

[Daily News] Sumbawanga -THE Sumbawanga Airport is set to receive a 55.9bn/- major facelift and become an international facility. The airport, once completed, sets to stimulate economic growth in the region while at the same time attract business oppor…

[Daily News] Sumbawanga -THE Sumbawanga Airport is set to receive a 55.9bn/- major facelift and become an international facility. The airport, once completed, sets to stimulate economic growth in the region while at the same time attract business opportunities in the neighbouring countries--Zambia and DRC.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Buffaloes Target 5 Goals Against Al Masry

Green Buffaloes this afternoon face Egyptian side Al Masry in the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup at Nkoloma Stadium. The army side trail 4-0 from the first leg and will be hoping to awaken the giant in them … Continued

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Green Buffaloes this afternoon face Egyptian side Al Masry in the second leg of the CAF Confederation Cup at Nkoloma Stadium. The army side trail 4-0 from the first leg and will be hoping to awaken the giant in them to reverse the result. Coach Bilton Musonda has the army commander Paul Mihova breathing on his neck to restore military pride. Musonda and his technical bench have indicated that they will ring some changes after having been torn apart in Port Said. Striker Friday Samu, midfielders Felix Katongo, Adrian Chama and Mike Katiba are some of the personalities that are expected to rise to the occasion and restore wounded pride. The match kicks off at 15:00 hours with tickets going at K10 open wing while grand stand will fetch K30. Tickets will be sold at the stadium. Green Buffaloes is one of four Zambian teams participating in continental championships with others being Zanaco, Nkana and Zesco United. Zesco United plays their match against JKU on Wednesday while Nkana is on bye for the preliminary round. (Source: FAZ Media) The post Buffaloes Target 5 Goals Against Al Masry appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Official Defends More Games With European Teams

[ANGOP] Luanda -The chairman of the Angolan Handball Federation, Pedro Godinho, suggested the creation of a mechanism for teams such as Petro de Luanda and 1º de Agosto women?s teams to play with European clubs to improve their quality and results in world and African competitions.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The chairman of the Angolan Handball Federation, Pedro Godinho, suggested the creation of a mechanism for teams such as Petro de Luanda and 1º de Agosto women?s teams to play with European clubs to improve their quality and results in world and African competitions.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola