Two New Airlines for Victoria Falls Airport

[The Herald] Two new airlines are expected to start using the new Victoria Falls Airport within the first half of next year, an official said last week. Upgrading of the Victoria Falls Airport was made possible through a $150 million loan that the Exim…

[The Herald] Two new airlines are expected to start using the new Victoria Falls Airport within the first half of next year, an official said last week. Upgrading of the Victoria Falls Airport was made possible through a $150 million loan that the Exim Bank of China extended and it expanded the runway, taxiways and a new terminal to allow bigger aircraft to land.The upgraded airport increased capacity of the terminal from 500 000 to one million passengers annually.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Corruption a Threat to Needed Reform – PM

[AIM] Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario on 9 December declared that corruption is a threat to the reform of the public administration, with a negative impact on the business environment and on improving the provision of public services.

[AIM] Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario on 9 December declared that corruption is a threat to the reform of the public administration, with a negative impact on the business environment and on improving the provision of public services.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Barclays Splashes Sh50mn for 2017 Kenya Open

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Barclays Bank of Kenya has announced a Sh50 million sponsorship deal for the 2017 Barclays Kenya Open tournament as part of its three-year partnership with the Kenya Open Golf Limited.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Barclays Bank of Kenya has announced a Sh50 million sponsorship deal for the 2017 Barclays Kenya Open tournament as part of its three-year partnership with the Kenya Open Golf Limited.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Athletes to Miss 2017 IAAF World Championships

[Vanguard] If urgent steps are not taken by the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, the country’s athletes will miss the IAAF World Championships billed for London August 4-13, 2017.

[Vanguard] If urgent steps are not taken by the Athletics Federation of Nigeria, the country's athletes will miss the IAAF World Championships billed for London August 4-13, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Maputo Council and UN Cooperate Against Violence

[AIM] UN Women (the United Nations body for gender equality) and Maputo City Municipal Council on 13 December agreed to cooperate on activities to eradicate violence against women and girls in the public spaces of the city.

[AIM] UN Women (the United Nations body for gender equality) and Maputo City Municipal Council on 13 December agreed to cooperate on activities to eradicate violence against women and girls in the public spaces of the city.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Maputo Port Sets New Record

[AIM] The largest ship ever to use Maputo port, the “MV Mineral Belgium”, sailed out of the port on 1 December, laden with 90,000 tonnes of ferro-chrome and chrome, according to the Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC), the company that operates the …

[AIM] The largest ship ever to use Maputo port, the "MV Mineral Belgium", sailed out of the port on 1 December, laden with 90,000 tonnes of ferro-chrome and chrome, according to the Maputo Port Development Company (MPDC), the company that operates the port.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Ministry of Education Accused of Stealing Concept

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -A Harare company, Purple Divine Technology, has given the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education a 24-hour ultimatum to stop the electronic Ministry Application Platform (e-map), accusing the ministry of stealing its co…

[The Herald] Tendai Rupapa -A Harare company, Purple Divine Technology, has given the Ministry of Primary and Secondary Education a 24-hour ultimatum to stop the electronic Ministry Application Platform (e-map), accusing the ministry of stealing its concept. Through its lawyers Warara and Associates, the firm has written to the ministry threatening legal action if it refuses to stop the process.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

$1.092 Billion Malabu Oil Deal – Adoke Writes NASS

[Vanguard] Former Nigerian Justice Minister, Mohammed Adoke, yesterday, wrote to the Houses of Representatives absolving himself of any culpability in the controversial Malabu Oil deal that made Nigeria to lose as much as $1.092 billion.

[Vanguard] Former Nigerian Justice Minister, Mohammed Adoke, yesterday, wrote to the Houses of Representatives absolving himself of any culpability in the controversial Malabu Oil deal that made Nigeria to lose as much as $1.092 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria