1.9 Million Families Face Food Shortage

[Nyasa Times] Maize production for 2017/2018 growing season will reduce by over 283,941 metric tonnes due to prolonged dry spells including fall armyworms that have 18 districts and estimates that 1.9 million families face food shortage , the Minister …

[Nyasa Times] Maize production for 2017/2018 growing season will reduce by over 283,941 metric tonnes due to prolonged dry spells including fall armyworms that have 18 districts and estimates that 1.9 million families face food shortage , the Minister of Agriculture, Irrigation and Water Development Joseph Mwanamvekha told Parliamnet on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

High Court Orders Miguna’s Release

[Nation] High Court Judge, Justice Kimaru ordered the release of lawyer Miguna Miguna on a sh50,000 anticipatory bail pending case at Kajiado Magistrate’s Court.

[Nation] High Court Judge, Justice Kimaru ordered the release of lawyer Miguna Miguna on a sh50,000 anticipatory bail pending case at Kajiado Magistrate’s Court.

Cricket Team Blasted in Afghanistan

[263Chat] A serious batting collapse saw Zimbabwe going down to Afghanistan by five wickets in their first Twenty-20 international (T20I) match played in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on Monday.

[263Chat] A serious batting collapse saw Zimbabwe going down to Afghanistan by five wickets in their first Twenty-20 international (T20I) match played in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why Kenyans Should Stand With the Media Amid TV Shutdown

[Capital FM] The media shutdown has elicited passionate debates on the state of the media freedom in Kenya. True to form, comments on social media reveal deep-rooted political and ethnic misinformed perspectives on the matter.

[Capital FM] The media shutdown has elicited passionate debates on the state of the media freedom in Kenya. True to form, comments on social media reveal deep-rooted political and ethnic misinformed perspectives on the matter.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tanzania Equipped to Introduce Interest Policy Rate On Price Stability

[Daily News] TANZANIA will next month join Kenya and Uganda on introducing and using interest policy rate on price stability. Also Rwanda is in the list to shift to the policy rate later this year.

[Daily News] TANZANIA will next month join Kenya and Uganda on introducing and using interest policy rate on price stability. Also Rwanda is in the list to shift to the policy rate later this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania