Finance Minister Emphasizes Importance of Development of Economic Cooperation With Juba

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Dr. Mohamed Osman Suleiman al-Rekabi, during his meeting with the Finance Minister of the state of Southern Sudan, Stephen Deo Dow, Wednesday , at the Tower of the Ministry of Finance, stre…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Minister of Finance and Economic Planning, Dr. Mohamed Osman Suleiman al-Rekabi, during his meeting with the Finance Minister of the state of Southern Sudan, Stephen Deo Dow, Wednesday , at the Tower of the Ministry of Finance, stressed on the development of the economic , trade and investment cooperation between the Sudan and the State of South Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Khartoum And Juba Agreed On Increase of Oil Production and Opening of Crossings

[SNA] Khartoum -The economic talks between Sudan and South Sudan State were Wednesday concluded in Khartoum by the signing of agreements by the Ministries of Petroleum and Trade of the two countries and reactivating the former agreements which were sig…

[SNA] Khartoum -The economic talks between Sudan and South Sudan State were Wednesday concluded in Khartoum by the signing of agreements by the Ministries of Petroleum and Trade of the two countries and reactivating the former agreements which were signed in the year 2012.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Health Experts Debunk Menopause Myth

[New Zimbabwe] Organisations and activists in the HIV sector must work towards demystifying the notion that women and men lose sexual appetite as they advance in age, health specialists have said.

[New Zimbabwe] Organisations and activists in the HIV sector must work towards demystifying the notion that women and men lose sexual appetite as they advance in age, health specialists have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Basena Wants Cranes Job Permanently

[Monitor] Kampala -Hours after his tenure as Uganda Cranes’ interim coach was extended, Moses Basena told Daily Monitor that there is no reason why he shouldn’t coach the team permanently.

[Monitor] Kampala -Hours after his tenure as Uganda Cranes' interim coach was extended, Moses Basena told Daily Monitor that there is no reason why he shouldn't coach the team permanently.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Owerri Community Demands N100 Billion Compensation for Eke Ukwu Market Demolition

[This Day] Twelve representatives of the Owerri community have dragged the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okoroha, before the state High Court, challenging their illegal removal from Eke Ukwu Owere market situate at Owerri, and the demolition of the said m…

[This Day] Twelve representatives of the Owerri community have dragged the Imo State Governor, Rochas Okoroha, before the state High Court, challenging their illegal removal from Eke Ukwu Owere market situate at Owerri, and the demolition of the said market despite the subsistence of a pending suit and a restraining court order.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Electricity Blackouts Causing Severe Economic Consequences

[Nyasa Times] Large and Small Business operators in that country have called on government to introduce new electricity generating companies in the country to end the current situation that is costing them millions of kwachas.

[Nyasa Times] Large and Small Business operators in that country have called on government to introduce new electricity generating companies in the country to end the current situation that is costing them millions of kwachas.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Jealous ‘Suitor’ Stabs Rival Over Sex Worker

[The Herald] A Harare man appeared in court on Tuesday for allegedly stabbing a Hatcliffe rival over a sex worker. Ephraim Gumbo (26) appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Elisha Singano facing attempted murder charges.

[The Herald] A Harare man appeared in court on Tuesday for allegedly stabbing a Hatcliffe rival over a sex worker. Ephraim Gumbo (26) appeared before Harare magistrate Mr Elisha Singano facing attempted murder charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Steps Up Fight Against Smuggling

[The Herald] Government has stepped up efforts to fight the smuggling of goods into the country with Statutory Instrument 113 of 2017 that prescribes fines of up to $2 000 for transit crimes coming into effect last Friday.

[The Herald] Government has stepped up efforts to fight the smuggling of goods into the country with Statutory Instrument 113 of 2017 that prescribes fines of up to $2 000 for transit crimes coming into effect last Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe