Public Works Awards Bursaries to Deserving Learners in the Built Environment

[Govt of SA] The Department of Public Works (DPW) has awarded 30 bursaries to deserving learners of the Matric class of 2017. The R3.9m worth of bursaries were awarded to learners interested in studying for careers in the built industry. The learners c…

[Govt of SA] The Department of Public Works (DPW) has awarded 30 bursaries to deserving learners of the Matric class of 2017. The R3.9m worth of bursaries were awarded to learners interested in studying for careers in the built industry. The learners come from schools across the country, which are participating in the DPW schools programme.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Matabeleland Artists Marginalised?

[Zimbabwe Standard] The dust is finally settling concerning the 2017 end of year charts that always trigger debate revolving especially around the voting criterion which different armchair critics across the country believe has loopholes, making it eas…

[Zimbabwe Standard] The dust is finally settling concerning the 2017 end of year charts that always trigger debate revolving especially around the voting criterion which different armchair critics across the country believe has loopholes, making it easy to celebrate mediocrity.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Soccer – Nomads Midfielder Mussa Agrees to Join Masters

[Nyasa Times] Midfield kingpin Rafiq Mussa has agreed to join Masters Security FC and boost its squad for the forthcoming 2018 Confederation of African Football (CAF) tournaments, the club confirmed Sunday.

[Nyasa Times] Midfield kingpin Rafiq Mussa has agreed to join Masters Security FC and boost its squad for the forthcoming 2018 Confederation of African Football (CAF) tournaments, the club confirmed Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

The Khayelitsha Families Who Have to Beg Neighbours for Toilets and Electricity

[GroundUp] Khayelitsha shack-dweller Zusiphe Rwayi, 29, uses a bucket to relieve herself. She has to get up before 3:30am to empty the bucket in the toilet of a nearby house before the owner leaves for work. She and seven other households also draw ele…

[GroundUp] Khayelitsha shack-dweller Zusiphe Rwayi, 29, uses a bucket to relieve herself. She has to get up before 3:30am to empty the bucket in the toilet of a nearby house before the owner leaves for work. She and seven other households also draw electricity from that house, and have to coordinate their cooking hours so that the electrical connection does not trip.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Soccer – Namwela Bitter With Wanderers for Dropping Him On Mozambique Trip

[Nyasa Times] Mighty Be Forward Wanderers FC centre-back Foster Namwela has said he is not happy with his club after being dropped from the squad that travelled to Mozambique for a friendly match.

[Nyasa Times] Mighty Be Forward Wanderers FC centre-back Foster Namwela has said he is not happy with his club after being dropped from the squad that travelled to Mozambique for a friendly match.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Malawi Red Cross in Door-to-Door Cholera Prevention Campaign

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Red Cross Society has intensified door to door community mobilization on Cholera outbreak in Karonga and has engaged volunteers and health surveillance assistants (HSAs).

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Red Cross Society has intensified door to door community mobilization on Cholera outbreak in Karonga and has engaged volunteers and health surveillance assistants (HSAs).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Name and Prosecute 20 MPs in Constituency Development Fund Abuse – Ruling Party

[Nyasa Times] The governing Democrtaic Progressive Party (DPP) is calling for 20 legislators who are accused of misappropriating the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) to be named and face the law.

[Nyasa Times] The governing Democrtaic Progressive Party (DPP) is calling for 20 legislators who are accused of misappropriating the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) to be named and face the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Can Uganda Reduce Financial Exclusion to 5 Percent in 5 Years?

[IPS] Washington DC -In October 2017, Uganda launched a new five-year National Financial Inclusion Strategy. The strategy seeks to reduce financial exclusion from 15 to 5 percent by 2022 by ensuring that all Ugandans have access to and use a broad rang…

[IPS] Washington DC -In October 2017, Uganda launched a new five-year National Financial Inclusion Strategy. The strategy seeks to reduce financial exclusion from 15 to 5 percent by 2022 by ensuring that all Ugandans have access to and use a broad range of quality and affordable financial services.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda