Citizens’ Revival Continues

[Namibian] AS AFRICAN Stars’ MTC Premiership juggernaut hogs the limelight, less-heralded Citizens are quietly going from early season relegation candidates to a formidable unit.

[Namibian] AS AFRICAN Stars' MTC Premiership juggernaut hogs the limelight, less-heralded Citizens are quietly going from early season relegation candidates to a formidable unit.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Elias Strikes Gold for Tafic

[Botswana Daily News] Francistown -Tafic young prolific striker, Mbatshi Elias was the toast of the town on Saturday afternoon when his well taken goal on the 16th minute of their BTC Premiership encounter against Jwaneng Galaxy secured them maximum po…

[Botswana Daily News] Francistown -Tafic young prolific striker, Mbatshi Elias was the toast of the town on Saturday afternoon when his well taken goal on the 16th minute of their BTC Premiership encounter against Jwaneng Galaxy secured them maximum points.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Five Die as Police Battle Nasa Supporters Welcoming Odinga

[Nation] Five people have been confirmed dead in chaos that rocked Nairobi as Nasa supporters who were welcoming their leader Raila Odinga from the US engaged inti-riot police officers for the better part of Friday.

[Nation] Five people have been confirmed dead in chaos that rocked Nairobi as Nasa supporters who were welcoming their leader Raila Odinga from the US engaged inti-riot police officers for the better part of Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Zuma Salutes Khama

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -South Africa President, Mr Jacob Zuma says President Lt Gen. Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama’s ‘sterling work’ in the region has not gone unnoticed.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -South Africa President, Mr Jacob Zuma says President Lt Gen. Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama's 'sterling work' in the region has not gone unnoticed.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Lusaka Businessman Stakes $25, 000 For Pres. Lungu’s Jacket

Two young Lusaka businessmen Chomba Kaoma and Munir Zulu have offered $25,000 to purchase President Edgar Lungu’s jacket during an auction to fund-raise for the National House of Prayer. The event was held at Mulungushi International Conference Center in Lusaka … Continued

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Two young Lusaka businessmen Chomba Kaoma and Munir Zulu have offered $25,000 to purchase President Edgar Lungu’s jacket during an auction to fund-raise for the National House of Prayer. The event was held at Mulungushi International Conference Center in Lusaka at the weekend and was graced by Republican President Edgar Lungu as guest of honor. Chomba Kaoma, who recently donated K25,000 towards the reconstructions of City Market and Munir Zulu who made headlines in May this year when he bought President Edgar Lungu’s hut for K185,000 also donated $10,000 towards the construction of the National House of Prayer in Lusaka. The post Lusaka Businessman Stakes $25, 000 For Pres. Lungu’s Jacket appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Salaried Workers’ Tax Burden

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The amount of Pay-As-You-Earn (PAYE) collected by Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) has gone up 40 times during the past 18 years, as salaried workers become increasingly important in funding the government’s budget, a new study…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The amount of Pay-As-You-Earn (PAYE) collected by Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA) has gone up 40 times during the past 18 years, as salaried workers become increasingly important in funding the government's budget, a new study shows.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Guidelines to Boost Cancer Treatment

[Daily News] THE much awaited National Cancer Treatment Guidelines, which are envisioned to assist the government have proper forecast of cancer medicines and other services, are in their final stages.

[Daily News] THE much awaited National Cancer Treatment Guidelines, which are envisioned to assist the government have proper forecast of cancer medicines and other services, are in their final stages.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania