Senegal Leading the Fight to End FGM in Africa

[This is Africa] When a cluster of villages in Senegal publicly announced their decision to end the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) in 2008, many thought it was just a theoretical gesture. Today, the country stands as an example of how to e…

[This is Africa] When a cluster of villages in Senegal publicly announced their decision to end the practice of female genital mutilation (FGM) in 2008, many thought it was just a theoretical gesture. Today, the country stands as an example of how to eradicate genital cutting, writes Patrick Egwu.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Fire Guts Luchenza Chipiku Shop

[Malawi News Agency] Thyolo -Fire believed to have been caused by an electrical fault gutted a Chipiku Stores Shop at Luchenza on Saturday night where almost all the items were destroyed in the inferno.

[Malawi News Agency] Thyolo -Fire believed to have been caused by an electrical fault gutted a Chipiku Stores Shop at Luchenza on Saturday night where almost all the items were destroyed in the inferno.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Volleyball Coaching Course

[Namibian] In conjunction with the Confederation of African Volleyball Federation (CAVB), the Namibian Volleyball Federation (NVF) recently hosted a volleyball coaching course in Windhoek.

[Namibian] In conjunction with the Confederation of African Volleyball Federation (CAVB), the Namibian Volleyball Federation (NVF) recently hosted a volleyball coaching course in Windhoek.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Who Will Be Named Soccer Star of the Year?

[New Zimbabwe] As a selected panel of football writers, the 18 premier soccer league coaches and respective team captains converge in Harare Tuesday to choose the outstanding footballer in the just ended season, the vexing question is who will be crown…

[New Zimbabwe] As a selected panel of football writers, the 18 premier soccer league coaches and respective team captains converge in Harare Tuesday to choose the outstanding footballer in the just ended season, the vexing question is who will be crowned the King of domestic football.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Watch Out for Political Vultures

[The Herald] The political situation in Zimbabwe has given rise to political vultures. One may remember from nature studies in primary school that a vulture, that large carnivorous bird, is most well-known for its scavenging nature.

[The Herald] The political situation in Zimbabwe has given rise to political vultures. One may remember from nature studies in primary school that a vulture, that large carnivorous bird, is most well-known for its scavenging nature.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

United Purpose Provide Balaka Farmers With Seed On Their Door Step

[Malawi News Agency] Balaka -Farmers in Balaka have hailed United Purpose (UP) for organizing a seed fair which saw the farmers buy various seeds of their choice from different recommended agro- dealers.

[Malawi News Agency] Balaka -Farmers in Balaka have hailed United Purpose (UP) for organizing a seed fair which saw the farmers buy various seeds of their choice from different recommended agro- dealers.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

University Students Urged to Work Beyond Earning Certificates

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Executive President for Central Christian University, Osman Nyakuleha has appealed to students from colleges in the country to work hard to contribute to the social economic development of the country.

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Executive President for Central Christian University, Osman Nyakuleha has appealed to students from colleges in the country to work hard to contribute to the social economic development of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Stimulus Increases Shareholdings in Cymot

[New Era] Windhoek -Stimulus Investments Limited has increased its shareholding in Cymot Investments Limited by 6.4 percent and now holds a 31.5 percent interest in Cymot. The shares came onto the market because of senior management retiring earlier th…

[New Era] Windhoek -Stimulus Investments Limited has increased its shareholding in Cymot Investments Limited by 6.4 percent and now holds a 31.5 percent interest in Cymot. The shares came onto the market because of senior management retiring earlier this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia