[SNA] Khartoum -The Chadian Premier, Albert Pahimi Padacké arrived here Monday, on a three-day visit during which he will hold talks with the government officials on enhancement of eternal relations between Sudan and Chad.
[Ethiopian Herald] The green economy plan of Ethiopia, masterminded by the late prime minister Meles Zenawi apparently is devised based on four pillars: Improving crop and livestock production practices for higher food security and farmer income while reducing emissions protecting and re-establishing forests for their economic and ecosystem services, including carbon stocks, expanding electricity generation from renewable sources of energy for domestic and regional markets, and leapfrogging to modern and energy-efficient tec
[SANF] Pretoria -The economic situation in southern Africa is generally stable with most countries experiencing improved growth.
[Iwacu] Agents of the National Intelligence Service (SNR) “seized” two cars from former 1st Vice President of Burundi, Bernard Busokoza. They say it is for investigative reasons. The cars’ owner speaks of persecution for political reasons.
[This Day] Abuja -The National Judicial Council (NJC) yesterday dismissed a report by the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crimes (UNODC) in conjunction with the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) ranking the judiciary as the second highest receiver of bribes in the country.
[New Era] Windhoek -Authors of SMS and Whatsapp messages against President Hage Geingob, his wife Monica Geingos, several ministers and individuals have been warned their time is running out and they will soon be exposed.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari arriving Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja on Saturday (19/8/2017) 04387/19/8/2017/Callistus Ewelike/NAN
Nigeria: Buhari’s Declarations – Nigeria Indivisible – National Assembly, Council of States Can Handle Restructuring
[Premium Times] Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday expressed strong views on the country’s corporate existence and vowed zero tolerance for separatist movements and inflammatory statements as well as actions that threaten the unity and stability of Africa’s most populous nation.
[New Times] Newcomers Gisagara Volleyball Club coach Eric Gakwaya is optimistic about his team’s chances of winning the men’s league playoffs final, which will be played on August 27.