Public Procurement Requires Improvement

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -There is need for continuous improvement in the public procurement system to achieve greater efficiency, accountability and transparency, the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Kenneth Matambo, has said.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -There is need for continuous improvement in the public procurement system to achieve greater efficiency, accountability and transparency, the Minister of Finance and Economic Development, Mr Kenneth Matambo, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Reasons for Tafelberg School Property Sale ‘Illegitimate’ – Human Settlements

[News24Wire] The Western Cape government’s reasons for not turning the Tafelberg school property into affordable housing are “illegitimate”, the human settlements department has said.

[News24Wire] The Western Cape government's reasons for not turning the Tafelberg school property into affordable housing are "illegitimate", the human settlements department has said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mugabe Approves Hike in Traffic Fines

[News24Wire] If driving in Zimbabwe wasn’t enough of a headache already, here’s something more to put you off: President Robert Mugabe has just approved a hike in traffic fines.

[News24Wire] If driving in Zimbabwe wasn't enough of a headache already, here's something more to put you off: President Robert Mugabe has just approved a hike in traffic fines.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Varsity Explains Why Embattled Mombasa Governor Was Admitted

[Nation] A university where embattled Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho studied for his second bachelor’s degree now says it admitted him on the strength of a degree awarded by a foreign university.

[Nation] A university where embattled Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho studied for his second bachelor's degree now says it admitted him on the strength of a degree awarded by a foreign university.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenya-Born Us Athlete’s Tweet Sparks Outrage

[Nation] Kenyan and US athletes on Wednesday reacted angrily to a tweet by Kenya-born American runner Samuel Kiprono Chelanga apparently disparaging African athletics after last weekend’s IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Kampala.

[Nation] Kenyan and US athletes on Wednesday reacted angrily to a tweet by Kenya-born American runner Samuel Kiprono Chelanga apparently disparaging African athletics after last weekend's IAAF World Cross Country Championships in Kampala.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya