Murder Accused’s Wounds Typical of Self-Inflicted Injuries – Expert

[News24Wire] The wounds Henri van Breda sustained the morning his parents and brother were murdered were superficial and typical of self-inflicted injuries, the Western Cape High Court heard on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The wounds Henri van Breda sustained the morning his parents and brother were murdered were superficial and typical of self-inflicted injuries, the Western Cape High Court heard on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Toroma By-Election – FDC Campaign Manager, Underage Girl Arrested

[Monitor] Mr Tom Wabwire, the campaign manager for Mr Martin Omedo Odaka, the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidate in the ongoing Toroma county by-election in Katakwi District has been arrested.

[Monitor] Mr Tom Wabwire, the campaign manager for Mr Martin Omedo Odaka, the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidate in the ongoing Toroma county by-election in Katakwi District has been arrested.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Future Stars On Show As Wide-Open U20 World Cup Kicks Off

[Monitor] The FIFA Under-20 World Cup kicks off in South Korea on Saturday and looks wide open after the 2015 champions Serbia and beaten finalists Brazil both failed to qualify.

[Monitor] The FIFA Under-20 World Cup kicks off in South Korea on Saturday and looks wide open after the 2015 champions Serbia and beaten finalists Brazil both failed to qualify.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

I’m Guilty, Pleads Man A.k.A ‘Son of a Cow’

[Daily News] Dar es Salaam prominent businessman Ndama Hussein (44), aka “Mtoto wa Ng’ombe (Son of a Cow),” has pleaded guilty to the charge of laundering money amounting to $540,000 (over 1bn/-) in a transaction involving the export of minerals worth 16bn/-.

[Daily News] Dar es Salaam prominent businessman Ndama Hussein (44), aka "Mtoto wa Ng'ombe (Son of a Cow)," has pleaded guilty to the charge of laundering money amounting to $540,000 (over 1bn/-) in a transaction involving the export of minerals worth 16bn/-.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

All On Track for Top Companies Survey

[Financial Gazette] PREPARATIONS for the highly-regarded Top Companies Survey awards for 2017 are progressing well, with judges and analysts having completed their review of listed companies.

[Financial Gazette] PREPARATIONS for the highly-regarded Top Companies Survey awards for 2017 are progressing well, with judges and analysts having completed their review of listed companies.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Wheat Farmers Miss Deadline

[Financial Gazette] MOST farmers have missed the May 15 winter wheat planting deadline after failing to harvest their summer crop in time to make way for the new crop in what could result in output falling far below what is required to meet Zimbabwe’s …

[Financial Gazette] MOST farmers have missed the May 15 winter wheat planting deadline after failing to harvest their summer crop in time to make way for the new crop in what could result in output falling far below what is required to meet Zimbabwe's flour requirement.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Spate of Mysterious Murders of Public Leaders Rocks Kibiti

[Daily News] A wave of killings has gripped Kibiti District in Coast Region after a retired ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Muyui Village Chairman becomes the latest victim on Wednesday night.

[Daily News] A wave of killings has gripped Kibiti District in Coast Region after a retired ruling Chama Cha Mapinduzi (CCM) Muyui Village Chairman becomes the latest victim on Wednesday night.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Afreximbank Extends U.S.$200 Million Facility for Banks

[Financial Gazette] THE African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank), has extended by two years a US$200 million facility released to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) in 2015 to finance the interbank market.

[Financial Gazette] THE African Export Import Bank (Afreximbank), has extended by two years a US$200 million facility released to the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) in 2015 to finance the interbank market.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sportivo Beat Police Defenders in Rugby Encounter

[Zimbabwe Standard] MINNOWS Police Defenders were yesterday handed a reality check in their own backyard after succumbing to a humiliating 74-12 defeat to Harare Sports Club in a one-sided Intercity Rugby League encounter at Tomlinson Depot yesterday.

[Zimbabwe Standard] MINNOWS Police Defenders were yesterday handed a reality check in their own backyard after succumbing to a humiliating 74-12 defeat to Harare Sports Club in a one-sided Intercity Rugby League encounter at Tomlinson Depot yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Act On Bank Queues

[Financial Gazette] AS with other African countries, the problem with Zimbabwe is the tendency to procrastinate or, worse still, sit on problems until they become too hot to handle.

[Financial Gazette] AS with other African countries, the problem with Zimbabwe is the tendency to procrastinate or, worse still, sit on problems until they become too hot to handle.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe