Remembering Captain Page, Liberia’s First Certified Military Pilot

[Observer] President George Weah’s first Armed Forces Day Address last Monday, in which he announced plans to revive military Aviation in Liberia has caused the Daily Observer to remember the nation’s first certified military pilot, first international…

[Observer] President George Weah's first Armed Forces Day Address last Monday, in which he announced plans to revive military Aviation in Liberia has caused the Daily Observer to remember the nation's first certified military pilot, first international airline captain and Liberia's most celebrated pilot. His name is Captain Prince Augustus Page.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

RwandAir Taps MKU For Human Resource Capacity Building

[Nation] Mount Kenya University (MKU) through its Kigali campus has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the national carrier of Rwanda, RwandAir, to design relevant market-driven programmes targeting the airline’s staff.

[Nation] Mount Kenya University (MKU) through its Kigali campus has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the national carrier of Rwanda, RwandAir, to design relevant market-driven programmes targeting the airline's staff.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Hockey Fraternity Mourns Kaunda as Champions Police, Telkom Crowned

[Nation] The end of the 2017 hockey season celebrations turned into the honouring of the late Kenya Police head coach Kenneth Kaunda’s life at the City Park Hockey Stadium on Sunday.

[Nation] The end of the 2017 hockey season celebrations turned into the honouring of the late Kenya Police head coach Kenneth Kaunda's life at the City Park Hockey Stadium on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

U.S. Firm, Nyandarua Factory Deal Gives Potato Farmers Hope

[Nation] A business partnership between an export company based in the United States and a Sh1.2 billion horticultural processing factory in Nyandarua has re-energised farmers in the region.

[Nation] A business partnership between an export company based in the United States and a Sh1.2 billion horticultural processing factory in Nyandarua has re-energised farmers in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

PF Cadres Take Over Bus Stations In Kitwe

Patriotic Front cadres have invaded bus stations in Kitwe charging over K500 to operators. Former Kitwe Deputy Mayor Godfridah Chulu has complained that the PF cadres are inviting lawlessness in the transport sector. She says the Kitwe City Councils’ revenue … Continued

The post PF Cadres Take Over Bus Stations In Kitwe appeared first on Zambia Reports.

Patriotic Front cadres have invaded bus stations in Kitwe charging over K500 to operators. Former Kitwe Deputy Mayor Godfridah Chulu has complained that the PF cadres are inviting lawlessness in the transport sector. She says the Kitwe City Councils’ revenue collection has dropped as a result of cadres taking over councils. She asked District Commissioner Binwell Mpundu not to tolerate such lawlessnes. “DC we have a very serious problem in these stations why are we allowing these boys we call security to be collecting such huge amounts of money in bus stations? This is a serious problem we must all address otherwise Council collection will continue to go down,” Chulu said. In response, the District Commissioner blamed politicians for allowing such lawlessness in bus stations. “It is you politicians creating these problems. You are always coming to my office that they are your people and we must allow them to be there, so its a challenge back to you deal with those issues because its you who bring them,” Mpundu said. Lawlessness has invaded bus stations with PF cadres collecting more revenue than the council on a daily basis depriving it of the much needed revenue. The post PF Cadres Take Over Bus Stations In Kitwe appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Mudavadi, Atwoli Reconcile After Conflict Over ‘Swearing-In’

[Nation] Nasa co-principal Musalia Mudavadi and Cotu Secretary-General Francis Atwoli have reconciled weeks after they disagreed over Mr Mudavadi’s failure to show up in the January 30, 2018 ‘swearing-in’ of Nasa principal Raila Odinga.

[Nation] Nasa co-principal Musalia Mudavadi and Cotu Secretary-General Francis Atwoli have reconciled weeks after they disagreed over Mr Mudavadi's failure to show up in the January 30, 2018 'swearing-in' of Nasa principal Raila Odinga.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya