Moyo, Zhuwao Blast AU for Mnangagwa Support

[New Zimbabwe] Exiled former cabinet minister Patrick Zhuwao has come out guns blazing, blasting African Union (AU) chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat for supporting a “coup government in Zimbabwe”.

[New Zimbabwe] Exiled former cabinet minister Patrick Zhuwao has come out guns blazing, blasting African Union (AU) chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat for supporting a "coup government in Zimbabwe".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

1-2-4 Service to Bridge Gap

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Technology in the health sector is critical because it bridges the communication gap, and ensures that everyone is reached via mobile phones anytime, says Minister of Health and Wellness, Ms Dorcas Makgato.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Technology in the health sector is critical because it bridges the communication gap, and ensures that everyone is reached via mobile phones anytime, says Minister of Health and Wellness, Ms Dorcas Makgato.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Row Over Land Pay Threatens Sh20 Billion Thiba Dam Project

[Nation] More than 200 Kirinyaga residents want the Court of Appeal to stop construction of Thiba dam, until they are paid Sh2.3 billion that the government still owes them for compulsory acquisition of their land used for the project.

[Nation] More than 200 Kirinyaga residents want the Court of Appeal to stop construction of Thiba dam, until they are paid Sh2.3 billion that the government still owes them for compulsory acquisition of their land used for the project.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Parents Storm Mombasa Registrar’s Office Over Birth Certificates

[Nation] Chaos erupted at the registrar of person’s offices in Mombasa after hundreds of parents and students on Monday stormed the offices in search of birth certificates.

[Nation] Chaos erupted at the registrar of person's offices in Mombasa after hundreds of parents and students on Monday stormed the offices in search of birth certificates.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Soccer – Tafic Rue Missed Chances

[Botswana Daily News] Francistowm -Tafic Football Club have only themselves to blame for failing to capitalise on a directionless Gilport Lions and collect maximum points in a BTC premiership encounter at the Francistown Old Stadium on Saturday.

[Botswana Daily News] Francistowm -Tafic Football Club have only themselves to blame for failing to capitalise on a directionless Gilport Lions and collect maximum points in a BTC premiership encounter at the Francistown Old Stadium on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Be Prepared to Make Sacrifices for Nigeria, Buhari Tells Elite

[Guardian] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari has urged all citizens of the country, particularly the elite, to be prepared to make sacrifices as a foundation for national growth and development.

[Guardian] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari has urged all citizens of the country, particularly the elite, to be prepared to make sacrifices as a foundation for national growth and development.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Parents in Rush to Beat Deadline for Learners’ PIN

[Nation] Parents across the country were Monday evening racing against time to have vital documents to enable their school -going children register for personal identification numbers (PINs) ahead of Tuesday’s deadline.

[Nation] Parents across the country were Monday evening racing against time to have vital documents to enable their school -going children register for personal identification numbers (PINs) ahead of Tuesday's deadline.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Nigeria, Australia Partner On Capacity Building in Mining

[Guardian] Abuja -Federal Government through Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, in partnership with Australian High Commission, is developing a policy and capacity building to reinvigorate the mining sector.

[Guardian] Abuja -Federal Government through Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, in partnership with Australian High Commission, is developing a policy and capacity building to reinvigorate the mining sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Nigeria’s Economy Remains Extremely Vulnerable to External Shocks’

[Guardian] Kano -The Nigerian Exports Promotion Council (NEPC), has raised an alarm that despite Federal Government’s efforts to improve the non-oil sector, Nigeria is still largely dependent on the oil sector for its external revenue, and still expose…

[Guardian] Kano -The Nigerian Exports Promotion Council (NEPC), has raised an alarm that despite Federal Government's efforts to improve the non-oil sector, Nigeria is still largely dependent on the oil sector for its external revenue, and still exposed to "extreme vulnerabilities of external shocks".NEPC said the vulnerability is visibly evident in the oil sector, which presently contributes about 91.9 per cent to Nigeria's total export earnings, and 76.5 per cent of total government revenue, a predicament capable of impe

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria