Chief Justice Outlines Radical Reforms in Judiciary

[Premium Times] Nigeria’s Supreme Court handed down 243 judgements, out of a total of 1,362 cases it treated within the 2016/2017 legal year, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, has said.

[Premium Times] Nigeria's Supreme Court handed down 243 judgements, out of a total of 1,362 cases it treated within the 2016/2017 legal year, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Wafu Cup – Super Eagles Beat Ghana, Qualify for Semi-Final

[Premium Times] The home-based Super Eagles have qualified for the semi-final of the ongoing WAFU Cup of Nations with a crucial 2-0-win on Monday night over the Black Stars of Ghana.

[Premium Times] The home-based Super Eagles have qualified for the semi-final of the ongoing WAFU Cup of Nations with a crucial 2-0-win on Monday night over the Black Stars of Ghana.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Civil Organisation Right2Know Leads Protest for Cheaper Data

[News24Wire] Civil organisation Right2Know will on Tuesday protest at headquarters of South Africa’s four largest telecommunications companies in Gauteng, demanding that the price of cellular data decrease.

[News24Wire] Civil organisation Right2Know will on Tuesday protest at headquarters of South Africa's four largest telecommunications companies in Gauteng, demanding that the price of cellular data decrease.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Egypt Tops SA as Continent’s Top Investment Spot – Report

[News24Wire] Egypt has knocked South Africa from its long-standing top spot regarding investments in Africa, according to Rand Merchant Bank’s latest Where to Invest in Africa report for 2018, released on Monday.

[News24Wire] Egypt has knocked South Africa from its long-standing top spot regarding investments in Africa, according to Rand Merchant Bank's latest Where to Invest in Africa report for 2018, released on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Firm in Charge of Results System Throws Doubt on Poll Date

[Nation] The possibility of the presidential election being held on October 17 was thrown into doubt Monday when a company in charge of the results transmission system said it would not be ready by then.

[Nation] The possibility of the presidential election being held on October 17 was thrown into doubt Monday when a company in charge of the results transmission system said it would not be ready by then.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tough Rules for Teachers in War On Exam Cheats

[Nation] Tough punishment awaits teachers found guilty of abetting cheating in this year’s national examinations, the government warned as it insisted that the school calendar will not be altered because of the repeat election.

[Nation] Tough punishment awaits teachers found guilty of abetting cheating in this year's national examinations, the government warned as it insisted that the school calendar will not be altered because of the repeat election.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Letter: FAZ Struggling To Pay Referees Handling Lower League Matches

Please hide my identity. Referees not getting paid. My favourite FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has only paid refs twice this season. Under the previous administration, refs got paid the whole amount due to them by the home teams. The Idea … Continued

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Please hide my identity. Referees not getting paid. My favourite FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has only paid refs twice this season. Under the previous administration, refs got paid the whole amount due to them by the home teams. The Idea of FAZ paying refs was rejected by all officiators anticipating problems which are happening now. Most refs proposed that FAZ gives money to teams who would intern pay refs. My question is when is FAZ gona pay refs? If so are they going to foot out the full bill? Its a pity that referees who are victims are those who officiate lower division teams. Refs close to FAZ [officials] handle Super Division teams where they get paid instantly and can never voice out cause they would want to consolidate their positions. I love Kamanga and I feel he is the right person to be in office right now. If we give Andrew the full term of 3 years in office he can take us far, but he should improve on paying refs. Me I belonging to team Kamanga. MC The post Letter: FAZ Struggling To Pay Referees Handling Lower League Matches appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports