Etisalat Debt – Reps Want Telcos’ Financial Accounts Audited

[Daily Trust] The board of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has held an emergency meeting to review the Etisalat debt issue in its entirety and also the intervention made by the commission.

[Daily Trust] The board of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has held an emergency meeting to review the Etisalat debt issue in its entirety and also the intervention made by the commission.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Local Clubs Disqualified Following FIFA Suspension

[CAF] Sudanese clubs participating in the CAF Interclub competitions have been disqualified following the decision by the Bureau of the FIFA Council to suspend the Sudan Football Association (SFA).

[CAF] Sudanese clubs participating in the CAF Interclub competitions have been disqualified following the decision by the Bureau of the FIFA Council to suspend the Sudan Football Association (SFA).

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

FIFA Rankings – Cameroon Drops to 36th Place

[Cameroon Tribune] The FIFA rankings for the month of July 2017 were made public yesterday July 6, 2017. According to the standings, Germany has taken over leadership on the FIFA ranking table from Brazil who were on top. Brazil has now moved to the se…

[Cameroon Tribune] The FIFA rankings for the month of July 2017 were made public yesterday July 6, 2017. According to the standings, Germany has taken over leadership on the FIFA ranking table from Brazil who were on top. Brazil has now moved to the second position on top of the FIFA/Coca-Cola World Ranking. Cameroon is 36th on the table. Cameroon has now moved from its position of third best African team to the fifth African team. This is due to the dismal performance of the Lions participation at the Confederations Cup.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

I’m Just Trying to Bring Sanity to Our Country – Lungu

[News24Wire] Zambian President Edgar Lungu has defended his decision to invoke a state of emergency in the southern African nation, saying he was “ringing sanity to the country”.

[News24Wire] Zambian President Edgar Lungu has defended his decision to invoke a state of emergency in the southern African nation, saying he was "ringing sanity to the country".

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Tension, Uncertainty Grip Nation Under Lungu’s Leadership

[News24Wire] Long before President Edgar Lungu graced the screens on national television on the evening of July 5 to announce what his critics quickly labelled a state of emergency, there had been a build of tension in the country.

[News24Wire] Long before President Edgar Lungu graced the screens on national television on the evening of July 5 to announce what his critics quickly labelled a state of emergency, there had been a build of tension in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia