Ahlu Sunna Accuses Galmudug of Raiding Its Strongholds

[Shabelle] The authorities of the self-declared administration of Ahlu Sunna in central Somalia have blamed Galmudug state of launching raids on its strongholds in Galgadud region.

[Shabelle] The authorities of the self-declared administration of Ahlu Sunna in central Somalia have blamed Galmudug state of launching raids on its strongholds in Galgadud region.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

‘Govt Lying, GMOs Harmless’

[New Zimbabwe] A UZ professor, Christopher Chetsanga, has rubbished claims that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are dangerous to humanity, describing the assertion as an outright lie.

[New Zimbabwe] A UZ professor, Christopher Chetsanga, has rubbished claims that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are dangerous to humanity, describing the assertion as an outright lie.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Signs MoU With International Magazine Company

[Ghana Govt.] The Minister for Information, Mr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on behalf of the Government of Ghana with an Annual International Magazine called The Business Year.

[Ghana Govt.] The Minister for Information, Mr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on behalf of the Government of Ghana with an Annual International Magazine called The Business Year.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Command Agriculture Stand Popular

[The Herald] The Command Agriculture stand has become one of the popular places at the on-going Harare Agricultural Show with farmers visiting in large numbers to learn about the programme, get advice and expertise on farming.

[The Herald] The Command Agriculture stand has become one of the popular places at the on-going Harare Agricultural Show with farmers visiting in large numbers to learn about the programme, get advice and expertise on farming.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Comesa Seeks Integrated Transport System

[The Herald] The Common market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) is in a process of setting up a modern railway technology known as the Futran System, an automated system that can take a payload of up to 10 tonnes. According to the regional bloc…

[The Herald] The Common market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) is in a process of setting up a modern railway technology known as the Futran System, an automated system that can take a payload of up to 10 tonnes. According to the regional bloc, initial testing of the system is being done with a 3-tonne payload at the Milotek external test facility in South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Boxing Fans Await Own Version Of Mayweather, McGregor Bout

[The Herald] In a week that the sporting world has been held spellbound by a mixed martial artist, Connor McGregor, who will plunge into action against Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas, Zimbabwe will have its version of such an intriguing contest tomorrow…

[The Herald] In a week that the sporting world has been held spellbound by a mixed martial artist, Connor McGregor, who will plunge into action against Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas, Zimbabwe will have its version of such an intriguing contest tomorrow night.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

8 Ways to Save Landfill Space By Recycling in Seychelles

[Seychelles News Agency] Nearly all – 90 percent – of the waste in Seychelles ends up in the landfill, and the total amount is rising by 3 percent every year. According to the Seychelles Sustainable Development Strategy (2012-2020), the 93,000 inhabita…

[Seychelles News Agency] Nearly all - 90 percent - of the waste in Seychelles ends up in the landfill, and the total amount is rising by 3 percent every year. According to the Seychelles Sustainable Development Strategy (2012-2020), the 93,000 inhabitants of the archipelago in the western Indian Ocean generate about 48,000 tonnes of waste per year.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Heritage Exhibitions Alluring Inbound Tourists

[Ethiopian Herald] As Ethiopia took part in international heritage exhibitions, the country’s tourism sector has seen growth in terms of tourist inflow, says Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage.

[Ethiopian Herald] As Ethiopia took part in international heritage exhibitions, the country's tourism sector has seen growth in terms of tourist inflow, says Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia