- Ethiopia: Promoting National Development in the Spirit of Meskel[Ethiopian Herald] Meskel is one of the most inclusive outdoor religious and cultural celebrations registered at UNESCO as intangible cultural human heritage. It is celebrated among the Nations, Nationalities and Peoples of Ethiopia on the 27th of September in Ethiopia with a mosaic of cultural paraphernalia as practice among the peoples of Ethiopia.
- Ghana: High Dose Tramadol Floods Market[Business Day] President of the Pharmaceutical Society of Ghana (PSGH), Pharm. Benjamin Kwame Botwe has warned against the high proliferation and abuse of high dose tramadol on the market.
- Zimbabwe: We Are Watching You, U.S. Tells Zimbabwe[Zimbabwe Standard] The United States has urged Zimbabwe to end arbitrary arrests and intimidation of political players as the country braces for the trial of prominent preacher Evan Mawarire for alleged treason.
- Namibia: Youth Bulge Could Lead to Conflict[Namibian] IF THE expectations and aspirations of Namibia's youthful population are not met, the country could become conflict-ridden, a report released last week by the South Africa-based Institute for Security Studies concludes.
- Namibia: Presidential Spending Audited[Namibian] THE government splashed N$1,2 billion between 2013 and 2016 to, among others, upgrade State House, improve presidential accommodation across the country and to fund secretive national intelligence projects.
- Nigeria: Bank Illegally Funnels Huge Cash to Fund 'Broke Federal Govt'[Premium Times] A massive and clearly illegal multi-source funding of the federal government by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) could drag the Nigerian economy to its knees, experts familiar with domestic monetary conditions and current happenings at the CBN have warned.
- Liberia: Don't Provoke Violence, Weah Warns[NEWS] The Standard Bearer of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has cautioned CDCians to refrain from acts that could provoke political violence during the ongoing campaign period in the country.
- Africa: Trump's Friends 'Trying to Get Rich' in Africa Should Be a Wake-Up Call[Nation] Last week, a speech by US President Donald Trump to African leaders revealed once more the intentions of some Western "investors" in Africa.
- Tanzania: Govt Tightens Noose On Social Media[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The government has drafted sweeping regulations to tighten its grip on online content producers and users across popular social media platforms.
- Namibia: New Plan to Deal With Human-Lion Conflict[New Era] Windhoek -Following recent worrying incidents of human-lion conflict, the Ministry of Environment and Tourism (MET) and its partners launched a management plan to deal with such conflict in the northwestern parts of the country.
- UntitledAMISOM Concludes Security Training for Somali Security OfficersAllAfrica.comThe AU Mission in Somalia has trained sixty officers from the Somali security forces in the prevention of recruitment and use of child soldiers in conflict.The two-week training supported by the British government and the Romeo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, through the Dalhousie University of Canada, drew participants […]
- UntitledKabila at UN Pledges DRC Elections But Still No Date2017-09-23 18:59News24New York - Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila told the United Nations on Saturday that his country is moving towards holding elections but vowed to resist "foreign diktats" on setting a date for the historic vote.Addressing the General Assembly, Kabila appealed for support […]
- UntitledZambia National Education Coalition Condemns Proposals to Reintroduce Corporal Punishment in SchoolsSeptember 23, 2017Lusaka TimesA Tungi Primary School pupil planting a Rosewood (Muzauli) tree during the launch of the National Tree Planting Exercise for 2016/2017 Planting Season for Western Province in MonguThe Zambia National Education Coalition (ZANEC) has said that it is in support of […]
- UntitledSecond Coming of Global WitnessOPINION & ANALYSISMzingaye KhumaloZimbabwe Sunday MailForget the transparency issues that Global Witness is raising about the Marange diamonds. That is just but a gimmick.Critics from time immemorial have argued that the meaning of a given text lies in the empty spaces between sentences or words.Similarly, the Germans have a proverb which […]
- UntitledUS$360m Windfall for Farmers KUDA BWITITIZimbabwe Sunday MailChief ReporterFarmers who delivered grain to the Grain Marketing Board (GMB) are smiling all the way to the bank as the parastatal has promptly doled out at least US$360 million for the produce to date.The Sunday Mail is reliably informed that Treasury has upped weekly disbursements to GMB, which […]
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