March 29

March 28

  • Ethiopian Dam an Issue of No Compromise - Foreign Ministry

    Egypt Online

    The issue of the Ethiopian Grand Renaissance Dam is linked to Egypt's water security which is an integral part of Egypt's national security, Foreign Ministry Spokesman Badr Abdel... Read more »

  • Nkomo Statue Torches Storm

    The Herald

    Circumstances surrounding awarding of a tender for the late Vice President Dr Joshua Mqabuko Nkomo's statue torched a storm yesterday with MPs accusing the Home Affairs Ministry of... Read more »

  • Cabinet Reviews New Project to Upgrade Railways

    Egypt Online

    The Cabinet, under Prime Minister Ibrahim Mahlab, reviewed on Thursday 27/3/2014 a new project to upgrade Egypt's railway system. Read more »

  • S. Sudan Applies to Join Regional Rail Project

    The Star

    SOUTH Sudan is set to join Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda in the development of a proposed regional standard gauge railway network to boost ease in trade along the northern corridor. Read more »

  • Kinango Gets Sh8 Million Water Pipes, Tanks

    The Star

    PLAN International Kenya has handed over a Sh8 million water project at Silaloni in Kinango to residents. The organisation's Kwale programme unit manager John Koganda said the... Read more »

  • Farmers Get Cheap Biodigesters to Make Own Fertilisers

    The Star

    A consortium of agri-based companies have unveiled a portable biogas system to help smallholder farmers make organic fertilisers and use biogas for fuel. The firms say the system,... Read more »

  • High Tea Yield Depressed 2013 Average Monthly Price

    The Star

    TEA production rose by 62.9 million kilos in 2013 eroding the average monthly price and export value per kilo despite increased markets. An industry report released yesterday by... Read more »

  • Govt Introduces New Licences

    The Herald

    The Ministry of Industry and commerce has introduced new import and export licences with special security features on selected goods as a way of curbing rampant corruption and... Read more »

  • Banks Outshine Agric, Industry in GDP Input

    New Times

    Prime Minister Pierre-Damien Habumuremyi, yesterday, presented to both chambers of Parliament highlights of the performance of the service industry with focus on financial... Read more »

  • Gas Production May Start in 2020

    Daily News

    IF all goes well, commercial production of liquefied natural gas in Tanzania will begin in 2020 or earlier. Read more »

  • Piracy Is Ruining Rwanda's Movie Industry - Bahati [interview]

    New Times

    Jean-Baptiste Habiyambere, aka Bahati, was a member of the defunct boy band - Just Family. The 28-year-old musician-cum-movie producer talked to Society Magazine's Dean Karemera... Read more »

  • Cabinet Decides to Demolish NDP Building, Annex Its Land to Egyptian Museum

    Egypt Online

    Egypt's Cabinet decided on Thursday to demolish the building next to the Egyptian Museum in downtown Cairo and annex its land to that of the museum. Read more »

  • New Clinic to Change Lives in Buxton

    The opening of a new R13.4-million clinic in Buxton village, in the North West, will mark an end to the days when residents used to travel long distances to access health care. Read more »

  • East African Beauties Bag Cosmetic Endorsement

    The Star

    Lady Jaydee and Jamila Mbugua with Henrik Johannesson (VP & Head of Africa) and Klas Kronaas (MD, Oriflame East Africa) Read more »

  • Activists 'Mislead' Small-Scale Miners

    Daily News

    THE Ministry of Energy and Minerals has cautioned activists and politicians against motivating small-scale miners who allegedly invaded the Golden Pride Mine areas in Nzega... Read more »

  • 'Bongo Movie' Supports Mwananyamala Hospital

    Daily News

    MEMBERS of domestic film industry, 'Bongo Movie,' under sponsorship of Mabibo Beer Wines and Spirits Limited, have donated several medical items worth millions of shillings to... Read more »

  • SA, Lesotho Start Phase Two of Mega Water Project

    SA Info

    South Africa and Lesotho have launched the R15.5-billion second phase of the Lesotho Highlands Water Project, which will generate hydro-electric power for Lesotho while increasing... Read more »

  • R4 Million to Revamp Nongoma Town

    The KwaZulu-Natal Finance Department has injected R4 million to assist with infrastructure development in the dilapidating Nongoma town. Read more »

  • Hardap Dam Level Stabilizes

    Namibia Economist

    Massive inflow into the Hardap Dam near Mariental occurred earlier this week after a spate of good rainfall was experienced in its catchment area. This prompted the opening of the... Read more »

  • City Moves Fast to Fix Potholes

    Namibia Economist

    The heavy rains have seen the occurance of many potholes in streets of the capital over the past two weeks. The wet weather may have made haste and left the capital but officials... Read more »

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