‘Grace and Mugabe Well Rehearsed the Succession Issue’

[New Zimbabwe] Political analysts say First Lady Grace Mugabe and her husband sat down in their bedroom to agree to deliver the message on the succession issue but, warned the family’s decision signals the “end of an era”.

[New Zimbabwe] Political analysts say First Lady Grace Mugabe and her husband sat down in their bedroom to agree to deliver the message on the succession issue but, warned the family's decision signals the "end of an era".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ex-Sports Commission Officials Remain in Custody

[Namibian] Former Namibia Sports Commission officials Ivonne Nande and Walter Haseb, who were arrested by the Anti-Corruption Commission on Tuesday for allegedly defrauding the commission of millions of dollars, will remain in police custody until thei…

[Namibian] Former Namibia Sports Commission officials Ivonne Nande and Walter Haseb, who were arrested by the Anti-Corruption Commission on Tuesday for allegedly defrauding the commission of millions of dollars, will remain in police custody until their formal bail hearing on 18 August.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Lab Strike Causing Delays for Essential Tests

[News24Wire] As representatives of striking state laboratory workers and their employers at the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) meet on Friday morning for talks, a state clinician has told News24 of how the strike is negatively affecting pati…

[News24Wire] As representatives of striking state laboratory workers and their employers at the National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) meet on Friday morning for talks, a state clinician has told News24 of how the strike is negatively affecting patients by delaying test results.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

AFC Leopards Coming to Shape, Roars Matano

[Capital FM] Nairobi -AFC Leopards head coach Robert Matano is pleased with the improvement the squad has shown since he took charge slightly over three weeks ago, leading them to two straight wins.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -AFC Leopards head coach Robert Matano is pleased with the improvement the squad has shown since he took charge slightly over three weeks ago, leading them to two straight wins.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Prices of Staple Foods Soar in Spite of Harvesting Period

[Daily Trust] The prices of staple foods in markets around Lagos metropolis are still high in spite of the fact that majority of the produce are within their harvesting period.

[Daily Trust] The prices of staple foods in markets around Lagos metropolis are still high in spite of the fact that majority of the produce are within their harvesting period.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Amabhungane – BLF-Linked Disruption of #GuptaLeaks Town Hall Discussion Deplorable

[Daily Maverick] Daily Maverick does not normally republish statements but the behaviour of people linked to Black First Land First (BLF) on Thursday night at the amaBhungane town discussion, “Inside the #GuptaLeaks”, requires that we break with tradit…

[Daily Maverick] Daily Maverick does not normally republish statements but the behaviour of people linked to Black First Land First (BLF) on Thursday night at the amaBhungane town discussion, "Inside the #GuptaLeaks", requires that we break with traditional practice. This is amaBhungane's full statement.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Not Using Contraceptives? Lack of Knowledge May Be Why

[The Conversation Africa] Ibadan -The importance of family planning in addressing a range of challenges in developing countries is now widely accepted. Family planning is a key factor in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. And getting it right…

[The Conversation Africa] Ibadan -The importance of family planning in addressing a range of challenges in developing countries is now widely accepted. Family planning is a key factor in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals. And getting it right can help countries in meeting related targets such as education, particularly for women and girls.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

EABL Profit Up 6% to Sh8.5 Billion

[Capital FM] Nairobi -East African Breweries Limited (EABL) has announced improved Financial results for the period ended June 2017, reporting Sh8.5 billion in profit-after-tax from continuing operations, which represents 6 percent growth compared to l…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -East African Breweries Limited (EABL) has announced improved Financial results for the period ended June 2017, reporting Sh8.5 billion in profit-after-tax from continuing operations, which represents 6 percent growth compared to last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya