To Produce More, Fish Farmers Should Consider Using Floating Cage Method

[Monitor] Fisheries is considered a resilient earner of foreign exchange to the country, if and when methods such as cage fish farming are harnessed by fish farmers.

[Monitor] Fisheries is considered a resilient earner of foreign exchange to the country, if and when methods such as cage fish farming are harnessed by fish farmers.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Flying Start for REG as They Tame Rusizi in Season Opener

[New Times] Basketball league new entrants Rwanda Energy Group (REG) registered a perfect start to their 2016/17 campaign defeating Rusizi Basketball Club 93-65, on Saturday, at Amahoro Indoor Stadium.

[New Times] Basketball league new entrants Rwanda Energy Group (REG) registered a perfect start to their 2016/17 campaign defeating Rusizi Basketball Club 93-65, on Saturday, at Amahoro Indoor Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

SONA – Economic Outlook

[The Patriot] While our ongoing economic diversification efforts have resulted in measurable progress, we continue to be largely dependent on mineral, more especially diamond, revenues. As such, the country remains at risk from volatility in global com…

[The Patriot] While our ongoing economic diversification efforts have resulted in measurable progress, we continue to be largely dependent on mineral, more especially diamond, revenues. As such, the country remains at risk from volatility in global commodity prices. According to the International Monetary Fund's (IMF) most recent World Economic Outlook report, modest global growth rates of 3.1% for 2016 and 3.4% for 2017 are expected. Recent experience, however, teaches us to treat such projections with caution. Despite

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Walvis Bay Market Launched

[Namibian] WALVIS Bay residents had an opportunity to enjoy the first market on Saturday organised as a social platform that allows both emerging local businesses and individuals to expand their brands.

[Namibian] WALVIS Bay residents had an opportunity to enjoy the first market on Saturday organised as a social platform that allows both emerging local businesses and individuals to expand their brands.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Some Gurus Behind Njauju, Chasowa Murders – Mkwezalamba

[Nyasa Times] The murder of of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director of corporate services Issa Njauju and University of Malawi student Robert Chasowa mighthave been carried with orders of someone “senior enough” hence government ‘s disinterest in expe…

[Nyasa Times] The murder of of Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director of corporate services Issa Njauju and University of Malawi student Robert Chasowa mighthave been carried with orders of someone "senior enough" hence government 's disinterest in expediting their cases, chairperson for Human Righrts Consultative Committee (MHRC), Robert Mkwezalamba has observed.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Juba Deports U.S. Reporter for Government Criticism

[Deutsche Welle] Justin Lynch was one of the last international journalists allowed in the conflict-ridden country. He says he was kicked out for being critical of the government in his reporting.

[Deutsche Welle] Justin Lynch was one of the last international journalists allowed in the conflict-ridden country. He says he was kicked out for being critical of the government in his reporting.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Does a Rape Have to Be Brutal to Ensure a Conviction?

[Daily Maverick] Rape and violence have become so normalised in South Africa that a documentary about a woman who was abducted, raped, disembowelled, almost completely decapitated, left for dead, and yet miraculously survived, is considered “boring”. B…

[Daily Maverick] Rape and violence have become so normalised in South Africa that a documentary about a woman who was abducted, raped, disembowelled, almost completely decapitated, left for dead, and yet miraculously survived, is considered "boring". By MARIKE KELLER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa