Namsov Shares Saga Kicks Up Dust

[Namibian] A BUSINESSMAN who owns 4,9% in one of Namibia’s biggest fishing firms, Namsov Fisheries, has threatened to sell his shares for N$53 million because of a dispute over the value of the company.

[Namibian] A BUSINESSMAN who owns 4,9% in one of Namibia's biggest fishing firms, Namsov Fisheries, has threatened to sell his shares for N$53 million because of a dispute over the value of the company.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Denosa Condemns the Brutal Killing of Over 50 Palestinians By Israeli Forces in Gaza

[COSATU] The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) would like to condemn the killing of more than 50 Palestinians and injuring more than 2000 civilians by Israeli forces in Gaza yesterday and commend South African government for with…

[COSATU] The Democratic Nursing Organisation of South Africa (DENOSA) would like to condemn the killing of more than 50 Palestinians and injuring more than 2000 civilians by Israeli forces in Gaza yesterday and commend South African government for withdrawing the South African ambassador from Israel.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Pravin Gordhan’s Mission to Undo Rotten Deals and Save State-Owned Enterprises

[Daily Maverick] Project Recapture is on. Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan on Tuesday acknowledged that his department, and many of the State-owned Entities (SoEs) it oversees, had been at the centre of State Capture, but then used his budget …

[Daily Maverick] Project Recapture is on. Public Enterprise Minister Pravin Gordhan on Tuesday acknowledged that his department, and many of the State-owned Entities (SoEs) it oversees, had been at the centre of State Capture, but then used his budget vote speech to set out how those days of complicity are over. Entities are being "recaptured" for good governance, accountability to the South African public and financial sustainability for a contribution to job creation and economic growth.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Expropriation Without Compensation – Non-Participatory Participation

[Daily Maverick] Given that Section 25 – the so-called property clause – was probably the most hotly contested and meticulously negotiated issue during the constitutional negotiations, a move against it would conceivably symbolise the beginning of the …

[Daily Maverick] Given that Section 25 - the so-called property clause - was probably the most hotly contested and meticulously negotiated issue during the constitutional negotiations, a move against it would conceivably symbolise the beginning of the dismantling of the constitutional order. Certainly, some of the rhetoric in recent years suggests that there is a market for doing so.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Exiled Activists Call for Action Against Bujumbura

[VOA] Exiled Burundian activists and the Paris-based FIDH, or International Federation for Human Rights, are sending a strong message to world powers: It’s time to impose more effective sanctions and other measures on President Pierre Nkurunziza and hi…

[VOA] Exiled Burundian activists and the Paris-based FIDH, or International Federation for Human Rights, are sending a strong message to world powers: It's time to impose more effective sanctions and other measures on President Pierre Nkurunziza and his government.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Hogan Lovells Went Out of Their Way Not to Investigate SARS’ Jonas Makwakwa, Documents Show

[Daily Maverick] The tale of State Capture is incomplete when the looting of state coffers is discussed and denounced as if in the exclusive purview of public officials. When successful, the event co-exists in a mutually parasitic relationship where th…

[Daily Maverick] The tale of State Capture is incomplete when the looting of state coffers is discussed and denounced as if in the exclusive purview of public officials. When successful, the event co-exists in a mutually parasitic relationship where the public purse is the feeding ground and corporates are the enablers and agents of whitewash. The #GuptaLeaks portrayed this eloquently when journalists shone a spotlight on the immorality and malpractice of the KPMGs, McKinseys and Bell Pottingers of this world. Similarly, a

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa