A Comparison of Elites Role in Nationalist and Populist Movements

[FrontPageAfrica] Elites play a significant role in nationalist or populist movements or theories depending on where they stand or on which side of the struggle or debate they are placed.

[FrontPageAfrica] Elites play a significant role in nationalist or populist movements or theories depending on where they stand or on which side of the struggle or debate they are placed.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia Optimistic of Digital Migration As China Concludes TV Seminar for Africa

[FrontPageAfrica] Beijing, China -Chinese digital television company, StarTimes Group, has reaffirmed it will expand digital signal to over 10,000 villages in Africa by the end of 2017 based on a commitment made by President Xi Jinping during the Forum…

[FrontPageAfrica] Beijing, China -Chinese digital television company, StarTimes Group, has reaffirmed it will expand digital signal to over 10,000 villages in Africa by the end of 2017 based on a commitment made by President Xi Jinping during the Forum on Africa China Cooperation (FOCAC) in 2013.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Lagos Takes Nollywood, 50th Year Party to Cannes Film Fest

[Guardian] Cannes, France -Lagos State Government has again come to the rescue of Nollywood. The state government, through its Ministry of Information and Strategy, mounted a pavilion at the Riveria area of the ongoing 70th edition of Cannes Internatio…

[Guardian] Cannes, France -Lagos State Government has again come to the rescue of Nollywood. The state government, through its Ministry of Information and Strategy, mounted a pavilion at the Riveria area of the ongoing 70th edition of Cannes International Film Festival, Southern France. Although primarily meant to promote brand Lagos as a tourism and filmic destination of choice on the continent, Pavilion 0217, which is tucked beside countries like Sweden, Switzerland Australia, Canada, Turkey and South Africa, will eventually serve

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mark Harrison for Harare City

[The Herald] Englishman Mark Harrison looks set for a return to the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League with the former CAPS United gaffer tipped to take over at struggling Harare City. The Sunshine Boys are understood to have fired Mike Madzivanyika ea…

[The Herald] Englishman Mark Harrison looks set for a return to the Castle Lager Premier Soccer League with the former CAPS United gaffer tipped to take over at struggling Harare City. The Sunshine Boys are understood to have fired Mike Madzivanyika earlier yesterday before conducting interviews with prospective replacements.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Financial Gripper’

[New Republic] Former Chair for Press and Propaganda for the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Kanio Gbai Gbala has described one of Montserrado County district eight lawmakers as a “financial gripper who is surviving at the detriment of the commo…

[New Republic] Former Chair for Press and Propaganda for the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Kanio Gbai Gbala has described one of Montserrado County district eight lawmakers as a "financial gripper who is surviving at the detriment of the common people".

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Rep. Waylee On the Run?

[New Republic] Grand Gedeh County Electoral District 2 Representative Morias Waylee was nowhere to be seen when dozens of young people marched onto the Capitol Building in protest of his alleged raping of a teenager.

[New Republic] Grand Gedeh County Electoral District 2 Representative Morias Waylee was nowhere to be seen when dozens of young people marched onto the Capitol Building in protest of his alleged raping of a teenager.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Revenue Service Confirms Probe Into Zuma’s Fringe Benefits Tax

[DA] The DA welcomes the admission by Advocate Neo Tsholanku of SARS at the SCOPA meeting yesterday that SARS is indeed investigating the liability by President Jacob Zuma to pay tax on the fringe benefits related to his Nkandla private residence.

[DA] The DA welcomes the admission by Advocate Neo Tsholanku of SARS at the SCOPA meeting yesterday that SARS is indeed investigating the liability by President Jacob Zuma to pay tax on the fringe benefits related to his Nkandla private residence.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Court to Rule On Barring Media From Reporting On Karabo Murder-Accused Bail Application

[News24Wire] The Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court will rule on Wednesday whether media will be allowed to report on the bail application of Karabo Mokoena murder-accused, Sandile Mantsoe.

[News24Wire] The Johannesburg Magistrate's Court will rule on Wednesday whether media will be allowed to report on the bail application of Karabo Mokoena murder-accused, Sandile Mantsoe.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SA On High Alert After Ebola Outbreak in DRC

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The South African Department of Health says it is on high alert following the reported outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The South African Department of Health says it is on high alert following the reported outbreak of the Ebola virus in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Intelligence Agency Spy Pleads With Minister Chombo

[The Herald] Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) informer Delish Nguwaya, who is jointly charged with three others on allegations of extorting about $20 000 from a Chinese national, has written to Home Affairs Minister Dr Ignatius Chombo to interve…

[The Herald] Central Intelligence Organisation (CIO) informer Delish Nguwaya, who is jointly charged with three others on allegations of extorting about $20 000 from a Chinese national, has written to Home Affairs Minister Dr Ignatius Chombo to intervene in a complaint against the police which he recently filed. Nguwaya wants the minister to set up a team to investigate Chief Superintendent Nyaradzai Majachani and Superintendent Shepherd Tachiona, so that they can be prosecuted for alleged corruption.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe