Posterity Is Not Kind to the Oblivious Ones

[FrontPageAfrica] AMID THE FANFARE AND ALL OF the hullabaloos which preceded the October 10, 2017 general and Presidential elections, Liberians can finally breathe a sigh of relief the process has come to an end, at least not the very end.

[FrontPageAfrica] AMID THE FANFARE AND ALL OF the hullabaloos which preceded the October 10, 2017 general and Presidential elections, Liberians can finally breathe a sigh of relief the process has come to an end, at least not the very end.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

EU Lauds IEBC’s Plans for Repeat Presidential Election

[East African] The European Union has called for dialogue and compromise ahead of the October 26 repeat presidential election, even as it lauded efforts by the electoral agency to right the wrongs identified in the annulled August 8 poll.

[East African] The European Union has called for dialogue and compromise ahead of the October 26 repeat presidential election, even as it lauded efforts by the electoral agency to right the wrongs identified in the annulled August 8 poll.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Number Two in the Ride Market, Start-Up Little Eyes 8-10 New African Markets

[Innovation in Africa] The large international start-ups like Jumia and Uber may attract the lion’s share of the investment but they’re not having it all their own way. Craft Silicon launched Kenyan start-up Little to compete with Uber. Russell Southwo…

[Innovation in Africa] The large international start-ups like Jumia and Uber may attract the lion's share of the investment but they're not having it all their own way. Craft Silicon launched Kenyan start-up Little to compete with Uber. Russell Southwood talked to Kamal Budhabatti about his ambitions for Little and how it fits into the payment system ecosystem he is building with Craft Silicon.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Zari, Diamond Platinumz ‘Rekindle Lost Love’ in Zanzibar

[Nairobi News] Bongo musician Diamond Platinumz and his Ugandan socialite girlfriend Zari Hassan are in Zanzibar to repair a love relationship that broke up after claims of cheating

[Nairobi News] Bongo musician Diamond Platinumz and his Ugandan socialite girlfriend Zari Hassan are in Zanzibar to repair a love relationship that broke up after claims of cheating

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Runoff Lobbying Under Way – Weah, VP Look to Build Alliances

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -With 95.6% of polling places from ballot stations across Liberia reporting, it is looking increasingly likely and mathematically obvious that this year’s Presidential race is headed to a run-off conclusion.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -With 95.6% of polling places from ballot stations across Liberia reporting, it is looking increasingly likely and mathematically obvious that this year's Presidential race is headed to a run-off conclusion.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Building Energy Celebrates the Beginning of Production At Its Photovoltaic Power Plant in Uganda

[PR Newswire] Tororo, Uganda -The Tororo 10 MWp plant, with 16 GWh of renewable energy generated annually, will cater for the energy requirements of 35,838 people and help reduce CO2 emissions by 7,200 tons.

[PR Newswire] Tororo, Uganda -The Tororo 10 MWp plant, with 16 GWh of renewable energy generated annually, will cater for the energy requirements of 35,838 people and help reduce CO2 emissions by 7,200 tons.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘We Have to Provide Opportunities’

[Deutsche Welle] In Somalia, about seven million people still depend on humanitarian aid. Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Somalia Michael Keating talks about the task of rebuilding Somalia and the challenges ahead.

[Deutsche Welle] In Somalia, about seven million people still depend on humanitarian aid. Special Representative of the UN Secretary General for Somalia Michael Keating talks about the task of rebuilding Somalia and the challenges ahead.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Rebuilding Somalia Takes ‘Strategic Patience’

[Deutsche Welle] Somalia is still on the verge of famine, says Peter de Clercq, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia. About seven million people still depend on humanitarian aid.

[Deutsche Welle] Somalia is still on the verge of famine, says Peter de Clercq, UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia. About seven million people still depend on humanitarian aid.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia