Exclusive – the Untold Security, Intelligence Conundrum of the Buhari Administration

[Premium Times] One week into the new year, Tuesday, January 9, the air in Abuja was dry, dusty, and clammy. The nation’s capital was sluggishly waking into a new rhythm of calm and relative order after the chaos of the Christmas season prompted by a d…

[Premium Times] One week into the new year, Tuesday, January 9, the air in Abuja was dry, dusty, and clammy. The nation's capital was sluggishly waking into a new rhythm of calm and relative order after the chaos of the Christmas season prompted by a debilitating fuel crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Minister Mupfumira Off to Spain to Sell New Zimbabwe At Madrid Tourism Fete

[New Zimbabwe] Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira will lead a Zimbabwean delegation to the Spanish International Tourism Fair, FITUR, which runs from January 17 to 21 in Madrid.

[New Zimbabwe] Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira will lead a Zimbabwean delegation to the Spanish International Tourism Fair, FITUR, which runs from January 17 to 21 in Madrid.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Health Minister Moriku Off Life Support Machine

[Monitor] The condition of the ailing State Minister of Health in charge of Primary Health, Dr Joyce Moriku Kaducu has steadily improved, according to her husband, Dr Felix Kaducu.

[Monitor] The condition of the ailing State Minister of Health in charge of Primary Health, Dr Joyce Moriku Kaducu has steadily improved, according to her husband, Dr Felix Kaducu.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Soccer – NFA Opens Up Second Players’ Registration Period

[Namibian] WITH the 2017/18 football season on a break due to the Brave Warriors’ participation at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (Chan) finals, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) has opened the registration and transfer of players within the…

[Namibian] WITH the 2017/18 football season on a break due to the Brave Warriors' participation at the 2018 Africa Nations Championship (Chan) finals, the Namibia Football Association (NFA) has opened the registration and transfer of players within the leagues in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Policeman Accused of Kidnapping Kagame’s Bodyguard Bailed

[Monitor] Kampala -A junior policeman has been released on bail pending trial over accusations of kidnapping a former bodyguard to Rwandan President Paul Kagame in 2013 before being dubiously extradited back home and sentenced to life imprisonment

[Monitor] Kampala -A junior policeman has been released on bail pending trial over accusations of kidnapping a former bodyguard to Rwandan President Paul Kagame in 2013 before being dubiously extradited back home and sentenced to life imprisonment

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Firm Headed By Former DA Heavyweights to Net R650k for Cape Town Drought Communication

[News24Wire] A public relations firm headed by former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Tony Leon and communications director Nick Clelland is set to receive over half a million rand from the City of Cape Town.

[News24Wire] A public relations firm headed by former Democratic Alliance (DA) leader Tony Leon and communications director Nick Clelland is set to receive over half a million rand from the City of Cape Town.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cricket – Frylinck Charge Leads Namibia to Victory

[Namibian] A great unbeaten century by Jan Frylinck and a fine all round bowling performance saw Namibia beating Eastern Province by 20 runs in a tense CSA One Day Challenge match in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.

[Namibian] A great unbeaten century by Jan Frylinck and a fine all round bowling performance saw Namibia beating Eastern Province by 20 runs in a tense CSA One Day Challenge match in Port Elizabeth on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Nigerian Banks Accused of Frustrating Solar Energy Expansion

[Vanguard] A solar energy expert and Chairman of AO Demarg, General Ademola Fadunsi, (rtd), has blamed banks for the slow pace of solar energy investments in Nigeria, saying the inability of banks to grant loans to investors in the sector had made inve…

[Vanguard] A solar energy expert and Chairman of AO Demarg, General Ademola Fadunsi, (rtd), has blamed banks for the slow pace of solar energy investments in Nigeria, saying the inability of banks to grant loans to investors in the sector had made investment difficult.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria