Agriculture Ministry Receives Sh50 Million for Control of Fall Army Worm

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Ministry of Agriculture and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Tuesday signed a technical corporation program worth Sh50 million to be used in the control of the Fall Army Worm (FAW).

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Ministry of Agriculture and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) on Tuesday signed a technical corporation program worth Sh50 million to be used in the control of the Fall Army Worm (FAW).

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Foreigners Arrested for Westlane Heist

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian police apprehended a gang of robbers 12 hours after the suspects robbed the G4S crew of N$487,320 in broad daylight on Monday morning at Westlane Shopping Complex in Pionierspark Extension 1, Windhoek.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian police apprehended a gang of robbers 12 hours after the suspects robbed the G4S crew of N$487,320 in broad daylight on Monday morning at Westlane Shopping Complex in Pionierspark Extension 1, Windhoek.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Makodingo Drafts Bill to Remove 27 Nyanza Constituencies From Kenya

[Nation] A voter has drafted a Bill seeking the removal of 27 constituencies in the four Nyanza counties from the Republic of Kenya, while creating a new county called Kuria.

[Nation] A voter has drafted a Bill seeking the removal of 27 constituencies in the four Nyanza counties from the Republic of Kenya, while creating a new county called Kuria.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Court Rules Activist Nigist Yirga, Others Should Face Terrorism Charges

[Addis Standard] The federal high court 4th criminal bench has today passed key ruling in the case against activist Nigist Yirga and five others charged in the same file with terrorism related offenses. According to the ruling, Nigist and the five others with her: Alemneh Wase G. Mariam, Tewdros Telay Kume, Awoke Abate Gebeyehu, Belayneh Alemneh Abeje, & Yared Girma Haile should all begin to defend the terrorism charges brought against them by the federal prosecutors.

[Addis Standard] The federal high court 4th criminal bench has today passed key ruling in the case against activist Nigist Yirga and five others charged in the same file with terrorism related offenses. According to the ruling, Nigist and the five others with her: Alemneh Wase G. Mariam, Tewdros Telay Kume, Awoke Abate Gebeyehu, Belayneh Alemneh Abeje, & Yared Girma Haile should all begin to defend the terrorism charges brought against them by the federal prosecutors.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

CBK Hesitant to Regulate Digital Currencies – Dr. Njoroge

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Central Bank Governor Dr. Patrick Njoroge has said the regulator is still assessing the risks associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin before rushing to regulate the digital currencies that have taken the financial world b…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Central Bank Governor Dr. Patrick Njoroge has said the regulator is still assessing the risks associated with cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin before rushing to regulate the digital currencies that have taken the financial world by storm.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya