[The Herald] The Government will renovate the house of the late Vice President Dr Joshua Nkomo in Bulawayo’s Pelandaba suburb as part of its policy to preserve cultural sites and promote domestic tourism.
[allAfrica] Washington, DC -Ghana received welcome news last week from the IMF: real GDP growth for the country is projected to reach 5.9 percent in 2017 and 8.9 percent in 2018, following three successive years when the increase was four percent or less. This is but one of several indicators of economic recovery, according to Alan Kwadwo Kyerematen, the Minister of Trade & Industry.
[Guardian] Owerri -South African President, Jacob Zuma, has urged African leaders to invest more in the education African children, saying that that is the surest path to empowering them.
[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe’s bid to impose a docile war veterans’ leadership suffered a blow on Tuesday when a High Court judge confirmed an earlier ruling barring interference with the running of the association.
[GroundUp] “I can´t take a chance – 2008 is back! These are the last tins of fish inside this shop,” says a mother of two pushing a shopping trolley with at least 80 tins of mackerel fish in a giant supermarket in central Harare
[Govt of Liberia] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Wednesday, September 20, 2017 met privately with Canadian Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. The closed door meeting focused on matters of bilateral interest to both countries.
[Nation] A proposal to have coffee farmers paid promptly after delivering their produce to millers is among reforms that have suffered a setback following a court ruling.
[Addis Fortune] The Ethiopian Meat & Dairy Industry Development Institute reported that the country generated 104 million dollars from meat, honey, wax, fodder products, and milk and dairy exports during the recently ended fiscal year.
[Premium Times] The Federal Government has approved a new policy on oil administration in the country.
[GroundUp] On Tuesday, the Red Ant Security Relocation and Eviction Services (commonly known as the Red Ants) evicted shack dwellers on the border between Ivory Park and Tembisa township. Residents once again accused the Red Ants of violence and theft of their cellphones and cash.