Notes From the House – Unite Behind Monitors Eskom Inquiry Probe

[Daily Maverick] Parliament’s investigation into state capture of Eskom has spilled over into the public domain. And it’s not the shocking revelations before the Committee on Public Enterprises alone that are grabbing attention. NGO Unite Behind has la…

[Daily Maverick] Parliament's investigation into state capture of Eskom has spilled over into the public domain. And it's not the shocking revelations before the Committee on Public Enterprises alone that are grabbing attention. NGO Unite Behind has launched its own Eskom Monitoring Project, which is keeping track of this sordid story, which began in 2010 when former minister Barbara Hogan first raised a red flag about President's Zuma's interference in the boards of state-owned enterprises. By MOIRA LEVY.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

President Leaves for Huíla Province

[ANGOP] Luanda -President João Lourenço has left Luanda for southern Huíla province where he will preside over the main event of the celebration of the 42nd anniversary of Angola’s independence, 11 November.

[ANGOP] Luanda -President João Lourenço has left Luanda for southern Huíla province where he will preside over the main event of the celebration of the 42nd anniversary of Angola's independence, 11 November.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Huambo – Albano Machado Airport Shuts Down for Repair Works

[ANGOP] The Albano Machado Airport, in Huambo City, the capital of the central province with the same name, is shutting down to undergo repair works, chiefly on its runway, having into account the safety needed in that area.

[ANGOP] The Albano Machado Airport, in Huambo City, the capital of the central province with the same name, is shutting down to undergo repair works, chiefly on its runway, having into account the safety needed in that area.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Chinhoyi Teacher Acquitted of Theft

[The Herald] A teacher at Chinhoyi High School was acquitted of theft after witnesses failed to attend court. Mzerura Musindo (48) of 505 Chitambo Suburb in Chinhoyi pleaded not guilty to stealing school property valued at $1 200 when he appeared befor…

[The Herald] A teacher at Chinhoyi High School was acquitted of theft after witnesses failed to attend court. Mzerura Musindo (48) of 505 Chitambo Suburb in Chinhoyi pleaded not guilty to stealing school property valued at $1 200 when he appeared before Chinhoyi magistrate Mr Felix Mawadze. He was facing theft charges for stealing a computer, metalwork spanners, one keyboard and overhead projector.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Public Media Organs Boards Appointed

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan president João Lourenço Thursday in Luanda sacked the members of the boards of the public media organs, replacing some of them with other officials.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan president João Lourenço Thursday in Luanda sacked the members of the boards of the public media organs, replacing some of them with other officials.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Police Search for Stolen Baby in Blantyre

[Nyasa Times] Police in Blantyre are appealing to members of the general public to assist with information that can help trace a baby boy believed to have been stolen in Chirimba township.

[Nyasa Times] Police in Blantyre are appealing to members of the general public to assist with information that can help trace a baby boy believed to have been stolen in Chirimba township.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Meets Costs of Redirecting Wheat Deliveries

[The Herald] The Grain Marketing Board (GMB), most of whose silos are full from this year’s grain deliveries, is footing the bill of redirecting wheat deliveries to depots that can afford to accommodate the cereal. The development has put paid to fears…

[The Herald] The Grain Marketing Board (GMB), most of whose silos are full from this year's grain deliveries, is footing the bill of redirecting wheat deliveries to depots that can afford to accommodate the cereal. The development has put paid to fears that farmers might bear the cost of transporting their crop to inconveniently located depots that are far from their farming areas.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Viral Video Showcasing Seychelles Quickly Reaches 2 Million Views

[Seychelles News Agency] A video published by the Seychelles Tourism Board showcasing a range of activities you can do in the island nation recently went viral – exceeding a targeted 1 million viewers in 48 hours.

[Seychelles News Agency] A video published by the Seychelles Tourism Board showcasing a range of activities you can do in the island nation recently went viral - exceeding a targeted 1 million viewers in 48 hours.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Rot Exposed in Communications Regulatory Authority

[Nyasa Times] The scandal riddled Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has more rot with the latest revelations that the regulators want to buy land in Blantyre next to Blantyre Sports Club for K1.4billion from OG Plastic which would faci…

[Nyasa Times] The scandal riddled Malawi Communications Regulatory Authority (MACRA) has more rot with the latest revelations that the regulators want to buy land in Blantyre next to Blantyre Sports Club for K1.4billion from OG Plastic which would facilitate money laundering, Nyasa Times understands.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi