Tour Eritrea 2017

[Shabait] Asmara -The first stage of the Tour Eritrea 2017 commenced today, 18 April from Debaruwa-keren covering 127.7 kilometers.

[Shabait] Asmara -The first stage of the Tour Eritrea 2017 commenced today, 18 April from Debaruwa-keren covering 127.7 kilometers.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

City Reviews Master Plan

[The Herald] Harare City Council is reviewing the Harare Master Plan (1993) to ensure that it reflects current socio-economic realities, as well as avoiding the over stretching of the Central Business District.

[The Herald] Harare City Council is reviewing the Harare Master Plan (1993) to ensure that it reflects current socio-economic realities, as well as avoiding the over stretching of the Central Business District.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Martin Concludes Handball Coaching Course

[The Herald] Ellina Mhlanga -INTERNATIONAL Handball Federation instructor Helmut Martin has urged the Zimbabwe Handball Federation and schools to invest in equipment to complement the efforts by coaches and teachers as he concluded the last of the thre…

[The Herald] Ellina Mhlanga -INTERNATIONAL Handball Federation instructor Helmut Martin has urged the Zimbabwe Handball Federation and schools to invest in equipment to complement the efforts by coaches and teachers as he concluded the last of the three coaching courses he conducted in the country in the past two weeks.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cricket Cranes Take On Kenya in Fourth Trial

[Observer] When the Kenya Simbas walk onto the Lugogo cricket oval today, they will have their pride to protect. Following Kenya’s 172/10 score in 37 overs, they could not eclipse Uganda’s set score of 199/7 in 46.2 overs on Easter Monday at Lugogo.

[Observer] When the Kenya Simbas walk onto the Lugogo cricket oval today, they will have their pride to protect. Following Kenya's 172/10 score in 37 overs, they could not eclipse Uganda's set score of 199/7 in 46.2 overs on Easter Monday at Lugogo.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Drought Drives Kenyan Pastoralists Into Uganda

[Deutsche Welle] Tens of thousands of pastoralists fled from Turkana in Kenya to Uganda last week to escape the drought. It is the latest blow for the parched region for which politicians once made rash promises of rapid modernization.

[Deutsche Welle] Tens of thousands of pastoralists fled from Turkana in Kenya to Uganda last week to escape the drought. It is the latest blow for the parched region for which politicians once made rash promises of rapid modernization.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya