Possible End in Sight for Health Lab Workers’ Strike – Union

[News24Wire] After a day of successful national protesting, the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) strike could come to an end after the Department of Health brought significant offers to the table, a union representative said on Thursday.

[News24Wire] After a day of successful national protesting, the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) strike could come to an end after the Department of Health brought significant offers to the table, a union representative said on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Foodstuff Prices Drop in Huye District

[New Times] The prices of some staple foods have dropped marginally in Huye town over the past two weeks, a mini-survey by The New Times indicates. Bananas dropped to Rwf300 per kilogramme from Rwf350, while sweet potatoes cost Rwf200 a kilo from Rwf25…

[New Times] The prices of some staple foods have dropped marginally in Huye town over the past two weeks, a mini-survey by The New Times indicates. Bananas dropped to Rwf300 per kilogramme from Rwf350, while sweet potatoes cost Rwf200 a kilo from Rwf250, and beef eased to Rwf2,200 per kilogramme from Rwf2,500.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Over 850 Kenyans to Vote From Rwanda

[New Times] About 850 Kenyans living in Rwanda will head to their High Commission in Kacyiru to cast their vote in the Kenyan General Elections slated for August 8, according to the embassy.

[New Times] About 850 Kenyans living in Rwanda will head to their High Commission in Kacyiru to cast their vote in the Kenyan General Elections slated for August 8, according to the embassy.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

U.S.$190 Billion Tax Bill On Acacia ‘May Hurt Tanzania’

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The record $190 billion (Sh424 trillion) tax bill that the government slapped Acacia Mining with might paint Tanzania as an unreliable and unpredictable investment destination, stakeholders have warned.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The record $190 billion (Sh424 trillion) tax bill that the government slapped Acacia Mining with might paint Tanzania as an unreliable and unpredictable investment destination, stakeholders have warned.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania