Bafana Bafana Beat Senegal to Send a Statement of Intent

[SAFA] Bafana Bafana produced one of the most scintillating performances when they beat the Lions of Teranga in an absorbing FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia qualifier at Peter Mokaba stadium on Saturday afternoon.

[SAFA] Bafana Bafana produced one of the most scintillating performances when they beat the Lions of Teranga in an absorbing FIFA World Cup 2018 Russia qualifier at Peter Mokaba stadium on Saturday afternoon.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Faint Hope as Operation Wealth Creation Limps On

[Monitor] Three years after the implementation of the Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) programme, farmers across the country are yet to see the benefits. Low quality seeds and poor management of the scheme are some of the reasons put across by stakehold…

[Monitor] Three years after the implementation of the Operation Wealth Creation (OWC) programme, farmers across the country are yet to see the benefits. Low quality seeds and poor management of the scheme are some of the reasons put across by stakeholders to justify their doubt of the programme's success.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kenya Hosts 2,000 Visitors Duringhigh-Level Meeting on Development

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Country is set to host as many as 2,000 visitors at a high-level meeting on development this month on 28th to December 1, in a further boost to the tourism industry.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Country is set to host as many as 2,000 visitors at a high-level meeting on development this month on 28th to December 1, in a further boost to the tourism industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

2016 Tour Du Rwanda – Lowestrates’ Rugg Wins Prologue Stage

[New Times] Timothy Rugg of Canada’s Team LowestRates has won the 3.3km opening prologue of the 8th edition of Tour du Rwanda that took place today around Amahoro National Stadium.

[New Times] Timothy Rugg of Canada's Team LowestRates has won the 3.3km opening prologue of the 8th edition of Tour du Rwanda that took place today around Amahoro National Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Pasuwa Braces for Tanzania Test

[Zimbabwe Standard] AFTER sitting out the last Fifa international break due to Zifa’s failure to arrange a friendly match, Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa is eager to get down to serious business as his charges take on Tanzania at the National Sports Sta…

[Zimbabwe Standard] AFTER sitting out the last Fifa international break due to Zifa's failure to arrange a friendly match, Warriors coach Kalisto Pasuwa is eager to get down to serious business as his charges take on Tanzania at the National Sports Stadium today in their first real test ahead of next year's Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon) finals in Gabon.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Darfur Awaits New Foreign Affairs Policy U.S.

[Radio Dabanga] Washington / El Fasher -Displaced people in Darfur have submitted a package of demands to the United States President elect Donal Trump, demanding a flight embargo and the deployment of troops with a strong mandate. “It is not easy for …

[Radio Dabanga] Washington / El Fasher -Displaced people in Darfur have submitted a package of demands to the United States President elect Donal Trump, demanding a flight embargo and the deployment of troops with a strong mandate. "It is not easy for Sudan to be among the priorities of the agenda of the United States President elect during his three first months," Omer Gamaruldin Ismail says from Washington.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Landfill Causes River to Flood in Red Sea

[Radio Dabanga] Agig -Torrents destroyed a number of houses and shops in Agig locality in Red Sea state, eastern Sudan, on Tuesday and Wednesday. Great losses of property have been reported.

[Radio Dabanga] Agig -Torrents destroyed a number of houses and shops in Agig locality in Red Sea state, eastern Sudan, on Tuesday and Wednesday. Great losses of property have been reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

More Student Protests in Kassala

[Radio Dabanga] El Gedaref -Throughout Sudan demonstrations against the government’s economic decisions erupt, and most of them are started by university students. In El Gedaref, police dispersed a protest that blocked the roads for hours.

[Radio Dabanga] El Gedaref -Throughout Sudan demonstrations against the government's economic decisions erupt, and most of them are started by university students. In El Gedaref, police dispersed a protest that blocked the roads for hours.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan