[VOA] President Emmerson Mnangagwa hopes to revive Zimbabwe’s economy by ensuring that state-owned companies stop using tax dollars.
[Nation] The Youth Enterprise Development Fund spent Sh42 million for an event that was cancelled at the last minute leading to taxpayers losing millions that would have helped the youth in more viable economic activities.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday left the country for Rwanda to attend the African Union Extraordinary Summit.
[News24Wire] Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi says his department will offer to help victims and their families of the listeriosis outbreak with potential litigation if they decide to take the matter further.
[New Era] Oshakati -Former mayor of Oshakati Ben Kathindi spent three hours on Friday chained to a pole in scorching heat, protesting silently against the Ministry of Works and Transport which he accuses of not caring about local engineers, quantity surveyors and architects.
[Citizen] Women and children’s rights advocate Graca Machel yesterday urged women and youth in Tanzania to be proactive when it comes to seeking development opportunities.
[Nation] President Uhuru Kenyatta has transferred 12 principal secretaries in what he said was part of continuing efforts to improve the efficiency of service delivery.
[allAfrica] Washington, DC -A conversation with Namibian President Hage Geingob’s senior economic advisor brings to mind mental exercises in outlining complex documents.
[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma has crossed the line and any ANC member worth his or her salt needs to speak out, party veteran Barbara Hogan said on Friday.
[Addis Fortune] Among the people sitting at the Anbessa Bus Station seats at Legahar, waiting for the number 67 bus to Kaliti was Bekele Ejeta, 38, a public servant. He had been waiting for 15 minutes, when Fortune met him. He had been at the stadium with friends, and he chose the bus over the train to return home to Saris.