Kwara Governor Signs Amended Pension Bill for Ex-Governors, Deputies Into Law

[This Day] Ilorin -Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed, yesterday signed into law an amended bill stopping payment of pension to former governors and deputy governors during any period they hold political or public office.

[This Day] Ilorin -Kwara State Governor, Alhaji Abdulfatah Ahmed, yesterday signed into law an amended bill stopping payment of pension to former governors and deputy governors during any period they hold political or public office.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Women Encouraged to Take Part in Politics

[New Era] Lüderitz -The Deputy Mayor of Lüderitz Brigitte Frederick has encouraged fellow women to be the change that they want to be but that in order to bring about change they must also get into the existing political space that is mostly dominated by men.

[New Era] Lüderitz -The Deputy Mayor of Lüderitz Brigitte Frederick has encouraged fellow women to be the change that they want to be but that in order to bring about change they must also get into the existing political space that is mostly dominated by men.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

U.S. Funds Cyber-Crime Course

[New Era] Windhoek -More than 40 people from Namibia’s financial service sector participated in a three-day workshop that focused on detecting counterfeit money, cyber-crimes and online banking fraud.

[New Era] Windhoek -More than 40 people from Namibia's financial service sector participated in a three-day workshop that focused on detecting counterfeit money, cyber-crimes and online banking fraud.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

‘Empower Civil Servants to Deliver’

[The Herald] There is a lot of bureaucracy in the civil service that needs to be corrected for Government workers to meet expectations of the new dispensation, a zanu-pf official has said.

[The Herald] There is a lot of bureaucracy in the civil service that needs to be corrected for Government workers to meet expectations of the new dispensation, a zanu-pf official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa Pulls in U.S.$2,6 Billion Lithium Project

[The Herald] The allure of the new political administration has convinced Australian Stock Exchange (ASX)-listed Prospect Resources to commit to a lithium project near Harare, which is expected to generate over $2,6 billion in revenues in the next two …

[The Herald] The allure of the new political administration has convinced Australian Stock Exchange (ASX)-listed Prospect Resources to commit to a lithium project near Harare, which is expected to generate over $2,6 billion in revenues in the next two decades.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The Case for the Chinhoyi 7, Other Chimurenga Monuments

[The Herald] Operation Restore Legacy opened a space to discuss ideas, that were previously closed off by the country’s subservience to former president Robert Mugabe as the centrifugal force through which everything had to go.

[The Herald] Operation Restore Legacy opened a space to discuss ideas, that were previously closed off by the country's subservience to former president Robert Mugabe as the centrifugal force through which everything had to go.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Masvingo to Deal With Candidates Over Premature Campaigning

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF leadership here has threatened to deal decisively with aspiring candidates who have started campaigning without the revolutionary party’s nod, as jostling for seats intensifies in the province ahead of this year’s harmonised el…

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF leadership here has threatened to deal decisively with aspiring candidates who have started campaigning without the revolutionary party's nod, as jostling for seats intensifies in the province ahead of this year's harmonised elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Grain Marketing Board Scandal Sucks in Ex-Minister Made

[The Herald] Grain Marketing Board chairperson (GMB) Mr Charles Chikaura and his deputy Mr Basillio Sandamu are together demanding over $70 000 in unpaid dues after they were unprocedurally imposed to occupy managerial positions at GMB by former Agricu…

[The Herald] Grain Marketing Board chairperson (GMB) Mr Charles Chikaura and his deputy Mr Basillio Sandamu are together demanding over $70 000 in unpaid dues after they were unprocedurally imposed to occupy managerial positions at GMB by former Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe