Arrests in Foni Following Friday’s Demo

[Foroyaa] On 3 June, in the midst of tension, PIU officers were in riot gears including gas masks and truncheons and were effecting arrests. Some of them were armed with rifle. They could also be seen chasing some youths. An arrest was also effected fr…

[Foroyaa] On 3 June, in the midst of tension, PIU officers were in riot gears including gas masks and truncheons and were effecting arrests. Some of them were armed with rifle. They could also be seen chasing some youths. An arrest was also effected from the home of the deceased Haruna Jatta.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Amul Nyassi Counsels Reason State Ministers Should Follow Suit

[Foroyaa] Foroyaa has followed the development in Kanilai from beginning to end. It has been in touch with people who gave counsel and encouraged the political leaders in Foni Kansala to take charge of their responsibility to give guidance in tense times.

[Foroyaa] Foroyaa has followed the development in Kanilai from beginning to end. It has been in touch with people who gave counsel and encouraged the political leaders in Foni Kansala to take charge of their responsibility to give guidance in tense times.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Hon. Amul Nyassi Appeals for Peace in Kanilai

[Foroyaa] In an attempt to calm down the situation Hon. Amul Nyassi, National Assembly Member addressed a community meeting in Kanilai on Saturday 2017, passionately calling for peace and tranquility.

[Foroyaa] In an attempt to calm down the situation Hon. Amul Nyassi, National Assembly Member addressed a community meeting in Kanilai on Saturday 2017, passionately calling for peace and tranquility.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Agric Minister Promises Revival of Cooperative Societies

[Foroyaa] The Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Omar A. Jallow, has informed farmers that his ministry under the administration of the Barrow government will do everything possible to revive the defunct cooperative societies.

[Foroyaa] The Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Omar A. Jallow, has informed farmers that his ministry under the administration of the Barrow government will do everything possible to revive the defunct cooperative societies.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

U.S. Pledges U.S.$150 Million HIV, Aids Kitty

[The Herald] The United States government has pledged $150 million for HIV and Aids testing services in Zimbabwe. Addressing journalists after a tour of the one-stop New Start Centre in Harare, visiting Deputy Assistant Secretary Bureau of African Affa…

[The Herald] The United States government has pledged $150 million for HIV and Aids testing services in Zimbabwe. Addressing journalists after a tour of the one-stop New Start Centre in Harare, visiting Deputy Assistant Secretary Bureau of African Affairs at the State Department Mrs Carol O'Connell said the US valued its social programmes and their services to Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Millers Call for Suspension of Food Fortification

[The Herald] The grain milling industry has requested Government to suspend, indefinitely, the mandatory food fortification programme scheduled to commence next month saying it would cost about $20 million to import the equipment and machinery for the …

[The Herald] The grain milling industry has requested Government to suspend, indefinitely, the mandatory food fortification programme scheduled to commence next month saying it would cost about $20 million to import the equipment and machinery for the process.Furthermore, the milling industry would require about $7 million monthly for the importation of fortificants if Government proceeded to force through the July 1 fortification commencement date.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Govt, U.S. to Improve Economic Relations’

[The Herald] Zimbabwe will continue to engage the United States with a view to improve economic relations which froze over two decades ago.Addressing journalists after meeting visiting Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs in the …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe will continue to engage the United States with a view to improve economic relations which froze over two decades ago.Addressing journalists after meeting visiting Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of African Affairs in the United States State Department Carol O'Connell on Tuesday, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said Zimbabwe continues to re-engage with the country. "We met and we discussed. The discussion was about the whole gamut of issues including relations a

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Says No to Prado, Prefers Toyota Land Cruiser VX

[Daily News] Dodoma -The State prefers Toyota Land Cruiser VX to Prado due to safety, cost of maintenance, durability and its prototypical ability to hit the road, the Minister for Works, Transport and Communications Prof Makame Mbarawa stated yesterday.

[Daily News] Dodoma -The State prefers Toyota Land Cruiser VX to Prado due to safety, cost of maintenance, durability and its prototypical ability to hit the road, the Minister for Works, Transport and Communications Prof Makame Mbarawa stated yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘Forgotten’ Hwange Disaster Begs for Answers 45 Years On

[The Herald] It’s the last of the 10 recorded worst mining disasters, but on the 45th anniversary of the day when underground explosions at Hwange Colliery claimed the lives of 427 miners, it appears the world simply chose to forget and moved on as if …

[The Herald] It's the last of the 10 recorded worst mining disasters, but on the 45th anniversary of the day when underground explosions at Hwange Colliery claimed the lives of 427 miners, it appears the world simply chose to forget and moved on as if nothing horrific happened that fateful day.For over four decades now, the world has never seen anything like the deadly events that engulfed the country's biggest coalfields as the soul of this mining town was consumed by an underground fireball and poisonous gases which

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe