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June, 2017

  • 28 June

    Oprah Winfrey Fans, Your Ship Has Come In

    O, The Oprah Magazine’s Gayle King shared exciting news about the O-Inspired Voyage with Oprah setting sail to Alaska this July(PRWeb June 28, 2017)Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2017/06/prweb14465772.htm

  • 28 June

    Tanzania to speed up hydropower project on Unesco site – News24

    News24Tanzania to speed up hydropower project on Unesco siteNews24Nairobi - Tanzania's President John Magufuli plans to speed up the building of a hydroelectric dam in one of Africa's largest game reserves, despite criticism from environmentalists and Unesco. The long-planned dam in the Selous Game Reserve, already ...Tanzania s hydropower plans threatens a UNESCO heritage site in ...QuartzTanzania: Importance of Social Responsible Business Projects for Sustainable Development of TanzaniaAllAfrica.comTanzania eyes hydropower project in game

  • 28 June

    Tanzania’s president is cracking down on LGBTQ rights. He says cows would approve. – Vox

    VoxTanzania's president is cracking down on LGBTQ rights. He says cows would approve.VoxIn a strikingly homophobic rant last week, Magufuli slammed foreign NGOs that campaign for gay rights and Tanzanian LGBTQ activists, saying, “Those who teach such things do not like us, brothers. They brought us drugs and homosexual practices that even ...Tanzania Threatens Crackdown On LGBTI AdvocatesHuffington Post South Africa (blog)Tanzania threatens crackdown on LGBT advocates | defenceWebdefenceWebGay in Africa: 'Even Cows' Disapprove of Homosexuality, Says ...NewsweekNewNowNext -africanews -News24 -ITV Newsall 18 news articles »

  • 28 June

    Tanzania: Campaign to Fight Use of Children On Farms

    International Labour Organisation representative Mr Gerson Nyadzi said a committee had been formed to create community awareness through training. The committee involves members from the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children.

  • 28 June

    Tanzania: 8 Killed, 9 Missing in Peaceful Eid-El-Fitr Celebrations

    Police in the country, as of yesterday -- the second day of Eid celebrations - confirmed recording eight deaths and nine people missing in Zanzibar, Dar es Salaam and Kagera regions. While reports indicate that many parts of the country peacefully marked the celebrations, deaths and road accidents flawed the festivity in some regions.

  • 28 June

    Two Local Leaders Shot in Kibiti Confirmed Dead

    [Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Kibiti health care center medical officer in charge Dr Sadoki Bandiko has confirmed that two civic leaders, who were shot by unknown assailants on Tuesday night, have died.

  • 28 June

    Magufuli to Build Hydropower Dam at a World-Heritage Site

    [Nation] Tanzania's President John Magufuli Tuesday met with a team of experts to discuss the building of a hydroelectric power dam at Stiegler's Gorge in Selous Game Reserve, despite concerns from environmental experts.

  • 28 June

    Victoria Oil & Gas hails double well success in Cameroon – results exceed expectations – Proactive Investors UK

    Proactive Investors UKVictoria Oil & Gas hails double well success in Cameroon - results exceed expectationsProactive Investors UKVictoria Oil & Gas plc (LON:VOG) chief executive Ahmet Dik described as “very positive” the results from two new wells it is drilling at a site outside Cameroon's second city, Douala. La-107 and La-108, next to the existing operation on the Logbaba ...Cameroon: Production at

  • 28 June

    Boko Haram: Cameroon repatriates 887 Nigerian refugees – Premium Times

    Premium TimesBoko Haram: Cameroon repatriates 887 Nigerian refugeesPremium TimesAbout 887 Nigerian refugees from Cameroon on Tuesday arrived in Banki, Borno State following a request from the Cameroonian government to Nigeria to facilitate their return. Hanson Tamfu, the External Relations Officer, United Nations High Commissioner ...887 Nigerian refuges return from CameroonTV360They fled Boko Haram and famine — and then they were forced backWashington PostAs Lake Chad vanishes, seven million people are on the brink of starvation.New RepublicCameroon Concordall 203 news articles »

  • 28 June

    Indomitable Lions Are Back Home

    [Cameroon Tribune] The team arrived at the Nsimalen International Airport in Yaounde yesterday at 2:00 a.m. on board a Turkish Airways flight

  • 28 June

    Nomination De Responsables Dans Certaines Universités d’Etat

    [Cameroon Tribune] Décret N°2017/320 du 27 juin 2017

  • 28 June

    Ghana set for World Mini Golf Championship in Croatia – Myjoyonline.com

    Myjoyonline.comGhana set for World Mini Golf Championship in CroatiaMyjoyonline.comForbes Minigolf club of Ghana has qualified as part of the teams that will be playing in the WMF world adventure golf masters and WMF world Minigolf championship which comes off in September 2017 in Nin, Croatia. Ghana will be the first African country ...

  • 28 June

    Ghana partners Huawei for strategic ICT partnership | Ghana News – Citifmonline

    CitifmonlineGhana partners Huawei for strategic ICT partnership | Ghana NewsCitifmonlineGhana and Huawei have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for strategic ICT cooperation between Huawei and Ministry of Communications of the ...and more »

  • 28 June

    Confusion rocks Sam George’s peace talk

    An initiative by the Greater Accra Parliamentary Caucus of the National Democratic Congress to ensure harmony in the Ningo-Prampram Constituency nearly turns chaotic as some aggrieved branch executives of the party vehemently expressed their dissatisfaction with the Member of Parliament for the area, Samuel George Nartey. The aggrieved executives accused the MP of not respecting party structures thus creating division within the party in the area.

  • 28 June

    Narcotics use highest in La Dade-Kotopon Municipality

    The La Dade-Kotopon Municipality has been identified by the Narcotics Control Board as having the highest prevalence rate of narcotics use in the Greater Accra Region. This was confirmed at the Municipal Security Council meeting last week by security officers who identified 25 ghettos within the municipality where drug peddlers engage in drug-related activities.

  • 28 June

    Ghanaian Airline Launches Daily Flights to Abuja

    [Daily Trust] Ghana-based Africa World Airlines (AWA) yesterday commenced daily flight operations to the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport (NAIA) Abuja from Accra, Ghana.

  • 28 June

    President Lungu Spurs Ghana Ties

    [Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has called for the revival of the moribund Zambia-Ghana Joint Permanent Commission of Cooperation (JPC) to spur social and economic interaction between the two countries.

  • 28 June

    Nigerian club sacks 27 players – Premium Times

    Premium TimesNigerian club sacks 27 playersPremium TimesThe management of Mighty Jets Football Club of Jos on Wednesday said it had sacked 27 players for performing below the club's expectations. Benedict Akwuegbu, the club's Sporting Director, told the News Agency of Nigeria in Jos that the club ...and more »

  • 28 June

    Insurgency: Cameroon repatriates 887 Nigerian refugees – Vanguard

    VanguardInsurgency: Cameroon repatriates 887 Nigerian refugeesVanguardAbout 887 Nigerian refugees from Cameroon on Tuesday arrived in Banki, Borno following a request from the Cameroonian government to Nigeria to facilitate their return. Mr Hanson Tamfu, the External Relations Officer, United Nations High Commissioner ...Bombers Kill Nine in Back-to-Back Blasts in NigeriaThe AtlanticNine dead as 7 suicide bombers hit NE NigeriaNews24Nigerian university builds trench to stop Boko Haram attacksBBC NewsIndependent Online -Aljazeera.com -Eyewitness Newsall 203 news articles »

  • 28 June

    Nigeria’s Excess Crude Account, one of world’s least transparent – NRGI – Daily Trust

    Daily TrustNigeria's Excess Crude Account, one of world's least transparent - NRGIDaily TrustNigeria's Excess Crude Account tied for the world's most poorly governed sovereign wealth fund, according to a report by the Natural Resource Governance Institute (NRGI) released on Wednesday. The $2.4 billion account was ranked alongside the Qatar ...and more »