Kenya Power Draws Sh219bn Budget for Mega Projects in 5 Years

[Nation] Electricity distributor Kenya Power has prepared a $2.17 billion (Sh219.1 billion) budget for the implementation of capital intensive projects in the next five years.

[Nation] Electricity distributor Kenya Power has prepared a $2.17 billion (Sh219.1 billion) budget for the implementation of capital intensive projects in the next five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Mixed Views On Mafuru Removal

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam/Mbeya -The removal of Mr Lawrence Mafuru from the powerful position of Treasury Registrar has prompted mixed views among analysts and politicians.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam/Mbeya -The removal of Mr Lawrence Mafuru from the powerful position of Treasury Registrar has prompted mixed views among analysts and politicians.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cross Generational Relations Spike HIV Prevalence Rate

[The Herald] Government is looking forward to scaling up HIV programmes targeting adolescents, young girls and older men amid revelations that there could be an increased cross generational sex taking place among these groups. Speaking at the United St…

[The Herald] Government is looking forward to scaling up HIV programmes targeting adolescents, young girls and older men amid revelations that there could be an increased cross generational sex taking place among these groups. Speaking at the United States Dreams first anniversary in Harare yesterday, Ministry of Health and Child Care HIV prevention coordinator Mrs Getrude Ncube said the US President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR)'s Dreams initiative for young girls was bearing fruits.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hospitals in Kenya Deserted, Patients Dying During Ongoing Doctors’ Strike

[Deutsche Welle] An ongoing strike for higher pay for doctors in Kenya has left public hospitals abandoned and more than a dozen patients dead. All hospitals in Kenya may be closed next week if the strike does not end.

[Deutsche Welle] An ongoing strike for higher pay for doctors in Kenya has left public hospitals abandoned and more than a dozen patients dead. All hospitals in Kenya may be closed next week if the strike does not end.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hospitals in Kenya Deserted, Patients Dying During Ongoing Doctors’ Strike

[Deutsche Welle] An ongoing strike for higher pay for doctors in Kenya has left public hospitals abandoned and more than a dozen patients dead. All hospitals in Kenya may be closed next week if the strike does not end.

[Deutsche Welle] An ongoing strike for higher pay for doctors in Kenya has left public hospitals abandoned and more than a dozen patients dead. All hospitals in Kenya may be closed next week if the strike does not end.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Standard Bank Bags Best Bank For Continent Award

[Financial Gazette] STANDARD Bank, Africa’s biggest lender by assets, has been awarded the Best Bank for South African Rand and the Best Bank for African Currencies excluding the Rand, in FX Week’s 2016 survey of the global foreign exchange industry.

[Financial Gazette] STANDARD Bank, Africa's biggest lender by assets, has been awarded the Best Bank for South African Rand and the Best Bank for African Currencies excluding the Rand, in FX Week's 2016 survey of the global foreign exchange industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Did Police Lie About Baba Jukwa?

[New Zimbabwe] U.S.-BASED global tech giant Google says there were “no attempts whatsoever” by Zimbabwean authorities to engage the company over the Baba Jukwa saga.

[New Zimbabwe] U.S.-BASED global tech giant Google says there were "no attempts whatsoever" by Zimbabwean authorities to engage the company over the Baba Jukwa saga.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gambians Seek Justice After a 22-Year Reign of Terror

[Al Jazeera] Serrekunda -In a dusty backyard tucked behind a hardware store, two men sit under the shade of a Kapok tree, chatting animatedly about the fate of their outgoing president, Yahya Jammeh.

[Al Jazeera] Serrekunda -In a dusty backyard tucked behind a hardware store, two men sit under the shade of a Kapok tree, chatting animatedly about the fate of their outgoing president, Yahya Jammeh.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia