District Eager to Attain Zero HIV Prevalence

[Nyasa Times] Authorities in Salima district have expressed hope during their 2017 District Candlelight Memorial that they would manage to eradicate spread of HIV in few years time.

[Nyasa Times] Authorities in Salima district have expressed hope during their 2017 District Candlelight Memorial that they would manage to eradicate spread of HIV in few years time.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

New Curriculum Renders Millions of Books Irrelevant

[New Zimbabwe] Nearly a decade after Zimbabwean schools received textbooks under the donor-sponsored Education Transition Fund (ETF) teachers are reportedly shunning the use of the textbooks says Primary and Secondary Education Minister.

[New Zimbabwe] Nearly a decade after Zimbabwean schools received textbooks under the donor-sponsored Education Transition Fund (ETF) teachers are reportedly shunning the use of the textbooks says Primary and Secondary Education Minister.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Restructuring Alone Won’t Solve Nigeria’s Problems – Etiebet

[Vanguard] Former Minister of Petroleum, Chief Don Etiebet, has said that restructuring alone will not solve Nigeria’s many problems, rather, what Nigeria needs is true federalism with all it entails, including fiscal federalism.

[Vanguard] Former Minister of Petroleum, Chief Don Etiebet, has said that restructuring alone will not solve Nigeria's many problems, rather, what Nigeria needs is true federalism with all it entails, including fiscal federalism.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Spear-Throwing’ Nao Sets His Sights on Gold at Kasarani

[Nation] It has become a common thing at major sporting functions for speakers to single out World javelin champion Julius Yego when talking about Kenya’s enormous talent in field events.

[Nation] It has become a common thing at major sporting functions for speakers to single out World javelin champion Julius Yego when talking about Kenya's enormous talent in field events.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Phalombe Hospital Construction Starts

[Nyasa Times] The construction of the long-awaited $22 million Phalombe district hospital has started with President Peter Mutharika laying a foundation stone commissioning construction works at Migowi in the district and the Kuwaiti building contracto…

[Nyasa Times] The construction of the long-awaited $22 million Phalombe district hospital has started with President Peter Mutharika laying a foundation stone commissioning construction works at Migowi in the district and the Kuwaiti building contractor has been given 10 months deadline to complete the project.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Call for Improved Services Towards Hepatitis Patients

[Nyasa Times] Two health rights organizations have called for improved quality service delivery for hepatitis patients saying the current treatment patients are receiving is of poor standard.

[Nyasa Times] Two health rights organizations have called for improved quality service delivery for hepatitis patients saying the current treatment patients are receiving is of poor standard.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tantrade to Harness Regional Trade At DITF

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -In a bid to strengthen businesses within East Africa, the Tanzania Trade Development Authority (Tantrade) has organised a day for businessmen from those countries to meet and discuss business.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -In a bid to strengthen businesses within East Africa, the Tanzania Trade Development Authority (Tantrade) has organised a day for businessmen from those countries to meet and discuss business.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

President Khama Arrives for Sir Ketumile’s Memorial Service

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -President Lt Gen. Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama has arrived accompanied by Senior Private Secretary to the President, Brigadier George Tlhalerwa and Chief of Protocol, Ms Daphne Kadiwa.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -President Lt Gen. Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama has arrived accompanied by Senior Private Secretary to the President, Brigadier George Tlhalerwa and Chief of Protocol, Ms Daphne Kadiwa.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana