1,2 Million Households Receive Maize Seed

[The Herald] The distribution of inputs under the Presidential Well Wishers Agriculture Inputs Scheme (PWAIS) is going on smoothly with more than 1,2 million households across the country having received maize and small grains seed, a Cabinet Minister …

[The Herald] The distribution of inputs under the Presidential Well Wishers Agriculture Inputs Scheme (PWAIS) is going on smoothly with more than 1,2 million households across the country having received maize and small grains seed, a Cabinet Minister has said. The Presidential Well-Wishers Agriculture Inputs Scheme is expected to benefit 1,8 million households this year an increase from the 800 000 households who received inputs last season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Continuing Support for Burundi Political Process Only Way Forward, Security Council Told

[UN News] Despite challenges towards inclusive dialogue in Burundi, the United Nations must continue to support the political process there, the Organization’s envoy to the east African country told the Security Council on Monday.

[UN News] Despite challenges towards inclusive dialogue in Burundi, the United Nations must continue to support the political process there, the Organization's envoy to the east African country told the Security Council on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Unlicensed Driver Fined U.S.$300

[The Herald] An unlicensed Harare man, who had an accident with another man’s car which he had taken without his consent, has been slapped with a $300 fine. Appearing before Zvishavane magistrate Mr Archie Wochiwunga last Friday, Tatenda Maunga (27) of…

[The Herald] An unlicensed Harare man, who had an accident with another man's car which he had taken without his consent, has been slapped with a $300 fine. Appearing before Zvishavane magistrate Mr Archie Wochiwunga last Friday, Tatenda Maunga (27) of Glen Norah pleaded not guilty. However, Mr Wochiwunga convicted him due to overwhelming evidence. He fined him $100 on each count of driving a motor vehicle without owner's consent, driving without a valid driver's licence and

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nigeria Floats U.S.$3 Bn Dual-Tranche Eurobond

[This Day] Abuja -Nigeria has announced the floating of a $3 billion Eurobond, offering an aggregate principal amount of dual series notes under its US$4.5 billion Global Medium Term Note programme (increased from US$1.5 billion).

[This Day] Abuja -Nigeria has announced the floating of a $3 billion Eurobond, offering an aggregate principal amount of dual series notes under its US$4.5 billion Global Medium Term Note programme (increased from US$1.5 billion).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Unamid Trains Community Policing Volunteers and Police Officers in West Darfur

[Unamid] On 14 November 2017, UNAMID, in partnership with the Government of Sudan (GoS) police, trained some 32 Community Policing Volunteers (CPVs) and Sudanese police officers on community policing and gender mainstreaming in El Geneina, West Darfur.

[Unamid] On 14 November 2017, UNAMID, in partnership with the Government of Sudan (GoS) police, trained some 32 Community Policing Volunteers (CPVs) and Sudanese police officers on community policing and gender mainstreaming in El Geneina, West Darfur.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Khama Meets AU Chief

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -African Union deputy chairperson, Mr Thomas Quartey has described Botswana as a shining example of true democracy and visionary leadership in Africa.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -African Union deputy chairperson, Mr Thomas Quartey has described Botswana as a shining example of true democracy and visionary leadership in Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Mauritanian Authorities Change Legal Code, Could Retry Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mohamed

[CPJ] New York -Mauritanian authorities on November 16 approved an amendment to the country’s penal code that could allow courts to retroactively retry freelance blogger Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mohamed, who was convicted of blasphemy in 2014, and potential…

[CPJ] New York -Mauritanian authorities on November 16 approved an amendment to the country's penal code that could allow courts to retroactively retry freelance blogger Mohamed Cheikh Ould Mohamed, who was convicted of blasphemy in 2014, and potentially re-sentence him to death, the state-owned news agency AMI and Agence France-Pressereported. The Committee to Protect Journalists today condemned this change in the country's legal code and called on Mauritanian authorities to release Mohamed immediately.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritania

Somaliland – Waddani’s Irro Rejects Presidential Poll Results

[Dalsan Radio] Somaliland Presidential Waddani Party candidate Abdirahman Irro has officially rejected the results of Somaliland presidential results In a statement issued on Monday evening Irro said he had suspended all cooperation with the National E…

[Dalsan Radio] Somaliland Presidential Waddani Party candidate Abdirahman Irro has officially rejected the results of Somaliland presidential results In a statement issued on Monday evening Irro said he had suspended all cooperation with the National Electoral Commission.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Training to Boost Education Capicity Launched in Mogadishu

[Dalsan Radio] Somali Coalition for Education for All (EFASOM) concluded today a 3-day Capacity Development Training in Education sector planning, leadership, governance and management which was intended for the private education networks (umbrellas), …

[Dalsan Radio] Somali Coalition for Education for All (EFASOM) concluded today a 3-day Capacity Development Training in Education sector planning, leadership, governance and management which was intended for the private education networks (umbrellas), the civil society and members from the Ministry of Education.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia