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New dawn : Emmerson Mnangagwa sworn-in as Zimbabwe President

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Emmerson Mnangagwa was sworn in on Friday as President of Zimbabwe in front of thousands of cheering supporters at Harare’s national stadium

British government to sell Royal Bank of Scotland

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The British government plans to sell Royal Bank of Scotland Group plc by divesting 3 billion pounds that is about $4 billion share by the end of march 2019.

Nigerian manufacturers call for increased access to financing

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It has been identified that huge infrastructural deficit and lack of access to financing are parts of problems causing lack of competitiveness

Pregnant and breastfeeding women travelers under-protected from disease

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Pregnant and breastfeeding women who travel to places with high risk of diseases like malaria and

Estate surveyors call for more measures to eliminate quackery

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Tackling quacks in the estate and surveying profession in Nigeria has been identified as one of the ways to reduce cost of housing in the country.

Shift prevention/treatment imbalance in health budgets – EU

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EU states spend around 25 times more of their health budgets on treating diseases than on

Germany reports outbreak of mild bird flu on farm: OIE

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 Germany has reported an outbreak of low pathogenic H5N2 bird flu on a farm in the Lower Saxony

Kwara State Governor Ahmed presents N181bn 2018 budget proposal

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Governor AbdulFatah Ahmed of Kwara state has presented a budget proposal of N181.9 billion to the state house of assembly.

ABU VC advocates improved funding for Nigerian universities

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Vice chancellor of Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria, Prof. Ibrahim Garba says Nigerian universities would continue to drop in academic ranking globally if something is not done fast.

Court adjourns suit on removal of Ondo APC chairman

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The Federal High Court sitting in Akure, the Ondo State Capital on Thursday Adjourned for definite hearing on the suit challenging the removal of Hon. Isaacs Kekemeke