Zvomuya Breaks New Ground

[The Herald] Following the death of Zvomuya village head Traditional Ward in Murehwa, Mashonaland East Province in 2006, Lilian Zvomuya (51) never considered herself the replacement.

[The Herald] Following the death of Zvomuya village head Traditional Ward in Murehwa, Mashonaland East Province in 2006, Lilian Zvomuya (51) never considered herself the replacement.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

India Committed to Environment Protection

[New Era] Windhoek -As part of the World Environment Day celebrations today, the High Commission of India in Namibia is undertaking a series of steps to highlight his country’s commitment to protecting the environment.

[New Era] Windhoek -As part of the World Environment Day celebrations today, the High Commission of India in Namibia is undertaking a series of steps to highlight his country's commitment to protecting the environment.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bako, Manuel Shine At Donnybrook

[The Herald] There was no stopping two of the country’s top junior motocross riders Emmanuel Bako and Daiyaan Manuel during round two of the 2018 Bogwheelers Club National Championship series at Donnybrook Raceway in Harare on Sunday where they stole t…

[The Herald] There was no stopping two of the country's top junior motocross riders Emmanuel Bako and Daiyaan Manuel during round two of the 2018 Bogwheelers Club National Championship series at Donnybrook Raceway in Harare on Sunday where they stole the show in the 65cc and 85cc Class respectively.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Aid Effort for South Sudan Refugees Critically Short of Money – UN

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Efforts to assist millions of people fleeing South Sudan in Africa’s biggest refugee crisis face a critical funding shortfall of nearly $800 million, a top regional United Nations official said on Friday.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Efforts to assist millions of people fleeing South Sudan in Africa's biggest refugee crisis face a critical funding shortfall of nearly $800 million, a top regional United Nations official said on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Illegal Oil Bunkering – Aiteo Denies Sponsoring Protest Against JTF Commander

[Premium Times] Nigerian oil firm, AITEO, has denied being behind the June 1 protest by hundreds of Niger Delta youth who accused the Commander of Operation Delta Safe, Rear Admiral Apochi Suleiman, and his troops of engaging in illegal oil bunkering.

[Premium Times] Nigerian oil firm, AITEO, has denied being behind the June 1 protest by hundreds of Niger Delta youth who accused the Commander of Operation Delta Safe, Rear Admiral Apochi Suleiman, and his troops of engaging in illegal oil bunkering.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Sports Contests Serve in Speeding Up GERD Realization

[Ethiopian Herald] “GERD is a manifestation that Ethiopians are capable of undertaking mega projects by themselves. Such sports contest plays a decisive role in sustaining support for the dam construction.”

[Ethiopian Herald] "GERD is a manifestation that Ethiopians are capable of undertaking mega projects by themselves. Such sports contest plays a decisive role in sustaining support for the dam construction."

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Musical Theater Staged to Mark GERD 5th Year Launch

[Ethiopian Herald] Marking the fifth year anniversary of the launching of the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) a musical theater was performed by senior Ethiopian artists 28th March 2016 at the National Theater.

[Ethiopian Herald] Marking the fifth year anniversary of the launching of the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) a musical theater was performed by senior Ethiopian artists 28th March 2016 at the National Theater.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

The Need to Reinforce Philanthropy Towards Drought Victims

[Ethiopian Herald] In a year in which Ethiopians and the government are battling to mitigate the harsh impact of the El Niño drought, citizens, affluent and ordinary, are seen doing what they can to help their fellow citizens. A multitude of affluent individuals giving support to the people and NGOs hasn’t been a common phenomenon for long, probably because it has only passed two decades since Ethiopia made the transition from a communist dictatorship in which wealth was a crime. After the economic transition and the

[Ethiopian Herald] In a year in which Ethiopians and the government are battling to mitigate the harsh impact of the El Niño drought, citizens, affluent and ordinary, are seen doing what they can to help their fellow citizens. A multitude of affluent individuals giving support to the people and NGOs hasn't been a common phenomenon for long, probably because it has only passed two decades since Ethiopia made the transition from a communist dictatorship in which wealth was a crime. After the economic transition and the

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia