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Tanzania: Samia eyes opening Iringa’s economy to the world

Tanzania: Samia eyes opening Iringa’s economy to the world

In a deliberate move to open the economy of Iringa Region, President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s administration has outlined expansion plans of 9,750 hectares of irrigated land and construction of strategic roads and the Nduli Airport. President Hassan expressed the intention during a public rally held at the Samora Stadium in...

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ESWATINI: NEDBANK GROUP EARNINGS UP BY 27% TO E6.7 BILLION

The Nedbank Group has delivered an excellent financial performance for the six months ended June 30, as headline earnings (HE) increased by 27 per cent to E6.7 billion. When unpacking the financial results through a virtual press conference yesterday, Group Managing Executive Nedbank Africa Regions (NAR) Dr Terence Sibiya explained...

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ESWATINI: LIDWALA HEALTH LAUNCHED

Lidwala Insurance has launched a medical aid cover that will be affordable to almost every member of the public. The medical aid cover was launched yesterday. Under this new cover there are options that start from as little as E200 per month. The insurance company believes that as the country’s...

Tanzania: Samia eyes opening Iringa’s economy to the world

Tanzania: Samia eyes opening Iringa’s economy to the world

In a deliberate move to open the economy of Iringa Region, President Samia Suluhu Hassan’s administration has outlined expansion plans of 9,750 hectares of irrigated land and construction of strategic roads and the Nduli Airport. President Hassan expressed the intention during a public rally held at the Samora Stadium in...

1660206338 Africa News Bulletin

ESWATINI: NEDBANK GROUP EARNINGS UP BY 27% TO E6.7 BILLION

The Nedbank Group has delivered an excellent financial performance for the six months ended June 30, as headline earnings (HE) increased by 27 per cent to E6.7 billion. When unpacking the financial results through a virtual press conference yesterday, Group Managing Executive Nedbank Africa Regions (NAR) Dr Terence Sibiya explained...

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African Super League Formalized for August 2023

The CAF President described the African Super League as a historic game-changer that will make African football more empowered and globally competitive. FIFA President Gianni Infantino said: "As President of FIFA, I am happy to witness a historic moment in this exciting project to stimulate and improve club football in...

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Liberia: Female Bodybuilder Brings Medals Home

The Ministry of Youth and Sport has recognized a diaspora Liberian female body builder for winning three medals in Canada. Sophia Johnson won second place two times in the wellness category and second place in fitness model from the Ultimate Fitness Events (UFE) in Canada, where she stays. UFE is...

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Liberia: LFA Appoints Jodie Seton as Third Vice President

The Liberia Football Association (LFA) has appointed Jodie Reid-Seton as 3rd Vice President of the national football governing body. The appointment, which is in accordance with Article 45.1 of the amended LFA statues, was made during an Executive Committee meeting chaired by LFA President Mustapha Raji on Friday, August 5,...

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Liberia: Free Port of Monrovia Goes Paperless

After months of consultations and engagements with stakeholders, the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) and port operator APM Terminals Liberia have launched the Port Automation and Digitization (PAD) project at the Free Port of Monrovia. The launch heralds a new phase of computerized processes at the Free Port of Monrovia, which...

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Uganda: Scientists Develop Software to Detect Toxins in Food

Makerere University scientists have developed software to protect consumers from toxic chemicals in food that can cause cancer, brain disease and other complications. Prof Fred Kabi, the lead developer, said with the software dubbed Kebera Organics, a consumer simply has to scan the food commodity and get either of the...

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Kenya: EAC Observers Laud IEBC for Successful Use of Technology

East Africa Community (EAC) Observer Mission in Kenya has lauded the Independent Electoral and Boundaries Commission (IEBC) for carrying out smooth voting exercise that ended on Tuesday. In a press address on Thursday morning at Serena Hotel Nairobi, the observer mission said that the police also were in position to...

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Senegal: 247 Senegalese Trained in Solar Installation

Earlier this month, the Senegalese subsidiary of German consulting group Gauff Engineering marked a major milestone in their pioneering 300-village electrification project, graduating 247 young Senegalese through their five-day intensive photovoltaic (PV) operations, maintenance and remote supervision course. These qualified trainees are to lead in the delivery of stand-alone solar...

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Namibia: WFP Gives Government Drone Technology

NAMIBIA is susceptible to natural disasters affecting southern African countries, like floods, epidemics, cyclical droughts and food insecurity, and needs a response strategy that addresses immediate humanitarian needs. This was said by the World Food Programme (WFP) country representative George Fedha when he handed over two lightweight drones to the...

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