‘Desist From Mugabe-Era Fights With Capital’

[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -Zimbabwe should desist from a culture of fighting capital if the country is to attract foreign direct investment in post-Mugabe era, a business consultant has said.

[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -Zimbabwe should desist from a culture of fighting capital if the country is to attract foreign direct investment in post-Mugabe era, a business consultant has said.

Armed Escort for English Exam Rewrite

[New Zimbabwe] The Ordinary Level English Language Paper 11 examination to be rewritten on February 16 will be taken under armed guard, the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) has said.

[New Zimbabwe] The Ordinary Level English Language Paper 11 examination to be rewritten on February 16 will be taken under armed guard, the Zimbabwe Schools Examination Council (Zimsec) has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Export One Million Barrels of First Oil From Egina Project

[Vanguard] There are indications that the coming on stream of the $16 billion Egina project will enhance the revenue profile of Nigeria and other stakeholders as plans have been concluded to export one million barrels in January, 2019.

[Vanguard] There are indications that the coming on stream of the $16 billion Egina project will enhance the revenue profile of Nigeria and other stakeholders as plans have been concluded to export one million barrels in January, 2019.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Pres. Lungu Makes Peace with ‘Rebel’ MPs

President Edgar Lungu used his time in the Copperbelt Province to make peace with the Independent Members of Parliament on the Copperbelt that had ditched by the ruling party after being overlooked in the adoption process. President Lungu said the … Continued

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President Edgar Lungu used his time in the Copperbelt Province to make peace with the Independent Members of Parliament on the Copperbelt that had ditched by the ruling party after being overlooked in the adoption process. President Lungu said the ‘prodigal’ lawmakers had been forgiven by the PF and would be allowed back in the party. The Head of State warmly welcomed Chimwemwe lawmaker Mwila Mutale and his Wusakile counterpart Pavyuma Kalobo. President Lungu said that he had forgiven the Independent Members of Parliament and would treat them with the same courtesy extended to ruling party lawmakers. Meanwhile President Lungu has wound his three day intensive working visit on the Copperbelt having interacted with the party structures at all levels. President Lungu is back in Lusaka and opted to give a measured response on the proposing violence case Chishimba Kambwili on Chinese nationals. Kambwili has emerged from the chief defender of President Lungu to lead tormentor after being fired from government. “The law will take its course, that is all I can say,†he said. The post Pres. Lungu Makes Peace with ‘Rebel’ MPs appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Kenyan Girl in U.S. Loses 3-Year Battle With Injuries From Road Accident

[Nairobi News] The ominous beep from little Bella Achieng’s bed spelt trouble and a nurse rushed in her direction, only to discover that the eight-year-old girl’s heart had stopped beating.

[Nairobi News] The ominous beep from little Bella Achieng's bed spelt trouble and a nurse rushed in her direction, only to discover that the eight-year-old girl's heart had stopped beating.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Opposition Must Accept Kenyatta is the Legitimate President – 11 Foreign Envoys

[Nairobi News] 11 ambassadors representing the US, the United Kingdom, Germany and Canada among others have called on opposition NASA Leader Raila Odinga to recognize Uhuru Kenyatta as the legitimate president of Kenya.

[Nairobi News] 11 ambassadors representing the US, the United Kingdom, Germany and Canada among others have called on opposition NASA Leader Raila Odinga to recognize Uhuru Kenyatta as the legitimate president of Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Mobile Transactions Rose Sh283 Billion Up to December

[Nation] The value of cash transacted through mobile phones rose by Sh283.37 billion in the 12 months ended December 2017 compared to the previous year, fresh data from the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) shows.

[Nation] The value of cash transacted through mobile phones rose by Sh283.37 billion in the 12 months ended December 2017 compared to the previous year, fresh data from the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) shows.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya