Petroleum Retail Price Remains Unchanged for May

[Addis Fortune] The Ministry of Trade (MoT) discloses that the retail price of petroleum products will continue the same in the Month of May 2018. However, the price of aeroplane fuel will increase by one Birr and 41 cents for a litre.

[Addis Fortune] The Ministry of Trade (MoT) discloses that the retail price of petroleum products will continue the same in the Month of May 2018. However, the price of aeroplane fuel will increase by one Birr and 41 cents for a litre.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Industrial Classification Queues Amendment to Circumvent Overlaps

[Addis Fortune] The Ministry of Trade (MoT) has started to attempt revising the Ethiopian Standard Industrial Classification (ESIC), a system used for classifying industries by a five-digit code. It has formed a technical committee to conduct a prelimi…

[Addis Fortune] The Ministry of Trade (MoT) has started to attempt revising the Ethiopian Standard Industrial Classification (ESIC), a system used for classifying industries by a five-digit code. It has formed a technical committee to conduct a preliminary assessment that will be used for the revision.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Capital’s Auditor General Discloses a 905 Million Br Audit Gap

[Addis Fortune] The Addis Abeba City Administration’s Auditor General Office has found that institutions of the capital have made a 905.8 million Br worth of unaccounted transactions in the last fiscal year.

[Addis Fortune] The Addis Abeba City Administration's Auditor General Office has found that institutions of the capital have made a 905.8 million Br worth of unaccounted transactions in the last fiscal year.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Preacher James Ng’ang’a Walks Scot-Free in Case of Causing Woman’s Death

[Nairobi News] Inconsistencies by key prosecution witnesses in a case in which televangelist James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism Centre was charged with causing the death of a woman by dangerous driving in 2015 led to his acquittal and that of three othe…

[Nairobi News] Inconsistencies by key prosecution witnesses in a case in which televangelist James Ng'ang'a of Neno Evangelism Centre was charged with causing the death of a woman by dangerous driving in 2015 led to his acquittal and that of three others by a Limuru court.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Fast-Rising Uganda Now Ranked Same as Kenya in World Cricket

[Nation] Uganda have been promoted to ICC World Cricket League Division Three after matches played in Malaysia on Saturday, joining the struggling former World Cup semi-finalists Kenya in the category.

[Nation] Uganda have been promoted to ICC World Cricket League Division Three after matches played in Malaysia on Saturday, joining the struggling former World Cup semi-finalists Kenya in the category.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nigeria to Launch Open Government Website in Two Weeks

[Premium Times] The federal government will in the next two weeks open a website that will convey detailed and updated information and data about its achievements and progress in different sectors of the economy.

[Premium Times] The federal government will in the next two weeks open a website that will convey detailed and updated information and data about its achievements and progress in different sectors of the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

UASU Vows Defiance Against Varsity Councils

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) was on Tuesday morning scheduled to address a news conference condemning what they term as intimidation of its officials by security services.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Universities Academic Staff Union (UASU) was on Tuesday morning scheduled to address a news conference condemning what they term as intimidation of its officials by security services.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Thugs Who Attacked NCBDA Chairman Playing Hide and Seek With Police

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Police are yet to arrest the four men accused of assaulting Nairobi CBD Association Chairman Timothy Muriuki despite a Sh500,000 bounty, placed on each of them, a week after the incident happened in the full glare of media.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Police are yet to arrest the four men accused of assaulting Nairobi CBD Association Chairman Timothy Muriuki despite a Sh500,000 bounty, placed on each of them, a week after the incident happened in the full glare of media.