New Era As Zuma Leads Drive to Quit International Criminal Court

[Citizen] Perpetual whining by some African leaders that the International Criminal Court is biased has in recent weeks become a badge of honour for continental politicians bent on resurrecting the days of the Big Man.

[Citizen] Perpetual whining by some African leaders that the International Criminal Court is biased has in recent weeks become a badge of honour for continental politicians bent on resurrecting the days of the Big Man.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Sailing and Rowing Are the Big Award Winners

[Sascoc] Sail Africa Youth Development Foundation and Rowing South Africa won the 35th Jack Cheetham and Letsema Sports Development Awards, hosted by Murray & Roberts in association with SASCOC.

[Sascoc] Sail Africa Youth Development Foundation and Rowing South Africa won the 35th Jack Cheetham and Letsema Sports Development Awards, hosted by Murray & Roberts in association with SASCOC.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fighting in Galkayo City Kills 29

[Al Jazeera] Fighting between militias in Somalia’s central Galkayo city killed at least 29 people and wounded more than 50, officials from both sides said on Monday.

[Al Jazeera] Fighting between militias in Somalia's central Galkayo city killed at least 29 people and wounded more than 50, officials from both sides said on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Machinga Complex Flop a Big Lesson to Planners

[Citizen] Barring luck, no meaningful progress can be achieved without proper planning. To plan is to look ahead, to see from our mind’s eye what the future will be as a result of what we are set to do today.

[Citizen] Barring luck, no meaningful progress can be achieved without proper planning. To plan is to look ahead, to see from our mind's eye what the future will be as a result of what we are set to do today.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Minister Says Education System Needs Reform

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Tanzanian education system needs reform so as produce skilled and competent personnel who will transform the country into the middle-income status by 2025.

[Citizen] Dodoma -The Tanzanian education system needs reform so as produce skilled and competent personnel who will transform the country into the middle-income status by 2025.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

How Corrupt Tito Conned Me

[Citizen] I wish to tell you that there are many other thieves out there that are not known, but whose thieving has much more devastating effects on people’s lives. Like Tito, the sole proprietor of Busy Bee Academy.

[Citizen] I wish to tell you that there are many other thieves out there that are not known, but whose thieving has much more devastating effects on people's lives. Like Tito, the sole proprietor of Busy Bee Academy.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

100 Health Centres Set for Upgrade in Sh84 Billion Plan

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -One hundred health centres across the country will be upgraded to the level where they can provide services for emergency obstetric care, thanks to a donation amounting to $40 million from global health financiers on maternal a…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -One hundred health centres across the country will be upgraded to the level where they can provide services for emergency obstetric care, thanks to a donation amounting to $40 million from global health financiers on maternal and child health.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Govt Grants Project Status to Tradekings

[The Herald] Government has granted National Project Status to TradeKings Zimbabwe’s $50 million investment projects, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said.The move has seen the company bringing plant and equipment required f…

[The Herald] Government has granted National Project Status to TradeKings Zimbabwe's $50 million investment projects, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said.The move has seen the company bringing plant and equipment required for the construction of a detergents plant. The detergents plant is phase one of five year $50 million investment Trade Kings is embarking on which will see the local manufacture of products such as Boom washing powder and Ama Sip Sip maheu.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe