Elections Body Registers 2 Million People

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has registered more than two million people under the ongoing Biometric Voter Registration (BVR), with Bulawayo Province having the least number of registered voters at 17,5 percent. A ZEC statement …

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has registered more than two million people under the ongoing Biometric Voter Registration (BVR), with Bulawayo Province having the least number of registered voters at 17,5 percent. A ZEC statement shows that only 71 536 people have registered to vote in Bulawayo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Accountability and Public Officials

[This Day] While Nigerians, as a minimum, deserve a life free from hunger in a country so blessed with arable land and natural resources, both poverty and hunger continue to trail our national landscape. And with many of the rural communities lacking a…

[This Day] While Nigerians, as a minimum, deserve a life free from hunger in a country so blessed with arable land and natural resources, both poverty and hunger continue to trail our national landscape. And with many of the rural communities lacking access to critical infrastructure for storage and transportation of raw materials from their places of production to markets, all the rhetoric about diversification is losing meaning.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Be Vigilant Ahead of Polls, Cops Told

[The Herald] Police have been urged to be vigilant as the country approaches the 2018 harmonised elections as some elements take advantage of the polls to engage in crime. Speaking at the official opening of the provincial community relations liaison o…

[The Herald] Police have been urged to be vigilant as the country approaches the 2018 harmonised elections as some elements take advantage of the polls to engage in crime. Speaking at the official opening of the provincial community relations liaison officers evaluation workshop (Press and public relations) for the year 2017 in Harare yesterday, Deputy Commissioner-General (Administration) Godwin Matanga said 2018 would be a hectic year due to elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Organisation Offers Free Cancer Screening to Residents of Eti-Osa Against Cancer

[This Day] A team of medical experts from the Dennis Ashley Wellness Clinic in collaboration with Eti-Osa Primary Healthcare Centre Lagos carried out free comprehensive community medical outreach in the LGA in its awareness drive against hypertension, …

[This Day] A team of medical experts from the Dennis Ashley Wellness Clinic in collaboration with Eti-Osa Primary Healthcare Centre Lagos carried out free comprehensive community medical outreach in the LGA in its awareness drive against hypertension, cancer and diabetes as efforts to stem the tide.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mugabe’s Fired Deputy Mnangagwa Vows to Fight

[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwe’s sacked vice president has vowed to return, accusing President Robert Mugabe of treating the nation as his “personal property.” Mugabe in turn claims Emmerson Mnangagwa even consulted witch doctors.

[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwe's sacked vice president has vowed to return, accusing President Robert Mugabe of treating the nation as his "personal property." Mugabe in turn claims Emmerson Mnangagwa even consulted witch doctors.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

R13 Billion Has Been Wasted On an Airline That We Do Not Need

[DA] The following speech was delivered by the DA Shadow Deputy Minister of Finance, Alf Lees MP, during the debate on the 2017 Revised Fiscal Framework in the National Assembly today.

[DA] The following speech was delivered by the DA Shadow Deputy Minister of Finance, Alf Lees MP, during the debate on the 2017 Revised Fiscal Framework in the National Assembly today.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

LASG, Experts, Parents Join Forces Against Disability in Children

[Vanguard] CHILDREN living with disabilities in Lagos State and its environs may now heave a sigh of relief as Lagos State government, some parents and medical experts have agreed to take concerted efforts against disabilities in children.

[Vanguard] CHILDREN living with disabilities in Lagos State and its environs may now heave a sigh of relief as Lagos State government, some parents and medical experts have agreed to take concerted efforts against disabilities in children.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kenya to Impound Cars Bearing Old South Sudan Plates

[East African] Cars bearing outdated South Sudanese registration plates on Kenyan roads will be impounded by the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) following changes in numbering system by the neighbouring country.

[East African] Cars bearing outdated South Sudanese registration plates on Kenyan roads will be impounded by the National Transport and Safety Authority (NTSA) following changes in numbering system by the neighbouring country.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan