[SW Radio]The US government has revised its targeted sanctions list by adding four new names and removing 11 others.
[SW Radio]Economists, politicians, clergy and many ordinary Zimbabweans have criticized a popular Zimbabwean prophet, who told worshippers at his weekend "Judgement Night 2" service that the country will soon see better days, and all because of prayer.
[Observer]A government bill introduced four years ago has pitted the cabinet against Parliament's committee on Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries over the MPs' proposed amendments to the bill. The Plant Protection and Health Bill 2010 was tabled in Parliament in April 2010 by the then Agriculture Minister Hope Mwesigye, but it has since been shelved.
[The Herald]The number of countries participating at this year's 55th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair has marginally increased to 19 with the United States of America returning after a long absence.
[Leadership]The stock market has lost a total of N392billion since the beginning of the year partly in response to growing insecurity in the country, a review of the performance of the market by LEADERSHIP has shown.
[Observer]It is a sweet-sounding lyrical phrase that Uganda is the food basket of the east African region.
[Observer]Group saving and lending has really taken off in the recent past, with the latest figures showing a growing trend. Simon Musasizi digs into the story of Y-Save, a Watoto church-based saving group that is worth Shs 10bn.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Labour Cabinet Secretary Kazungu Kambi has said the controversial tender awarded to China Jiangxi International for infrastructure development in Tassia II will not be cancelled purely on the Ombudsman's recommendation.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Savannah Cement plans to invest Sh8.5billion to establish a clinker manufacturing facility at its production complex in Kitengela, Kajiado County.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -A showdown looms on May 1 after the Central Organisation of Trade Unions (COTU) Secretary General Francis Atwoli insisted that he would not allow the Federation of Public Service Trade Unions (PUSETU) to, 'hijack' their plans for the official national Labour Day celebrations.
[The Star]President Uhuru Kenyatta has invited Qatari investors to partner with the Kenyan government in the exploration of oil and generation of natural gas.
[Daily News]Karatu -PRESIDENT Jakaya Kikwete has directed that there should be no more construction of hotels in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area (NCA), urging interested investors to put up their structures in Karatu Township instead.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Uncertainty reigned over the official national Labour Day celebration venue on Tuesday, when Labour Cabinet Secretary Kazungu Kambi revealed that the Executive was yet to decide on the matter.
[Capital FM]Nairobi -Over 70 exhibitors from 28 countries are expected to attend this year's East Africa Oil and Gas Expo 2014 in Nairobi between April 27-29.
[Capital FM]Doha -President Uhuru Kenyatta has invited Qatari investors to partner with the Jubilee Government in the exploration of oil and the generation of natural gas.
[EA Business]Kenya's National Construction Authority (NCA) has finally had enough of all the complaints raised by local companies about the domination of foreign firms in major public projects.
[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -Construction of several One Stop Border Posts (OSBP) in Tanzania are in the final stages of completion.
[EA Business]Dar es Salaam -The National Bank of Commerce (NBC), last week announced its financial results for the year 2013 having increased its total assets from Tsh1,518billion ($931,02million) in 2012 to Tsh1,587 billion ($973.34million) by December 31, 2013.
[EA Business]Kigali -More investors and activity are set to increase at the East African stock exchanges as moves to harmonize their laws and automate their trading platforms are being finalised.
[EA Business]Kampala -Sameer Agriculture and Livestock Ltd (SALL), the makers of Fresh Dairy milk products in Uganda recently announced a price reduction on their pasteurized milk.