Eskom Foundation Venture Delivers Pupils From Horror

[CAJ News] Mpumalanga -THE misery some South African children must endure to attain education,a fundamental human right, is immense. This is particularly so in the case of impoverished communities bearing the brunt of the prevailing social and economic…

[CAJ News] Mpumalanga -THE misery some South African children must endure to attain education,a fundamental human right, is immense. This is particularly so in the case of impoverished communities bearing the brunt of the prevailing social and economic challenges afflicting the country. In some instances, minors' health is compromised and life endangered as they have to put up with learning centres lacking running water and ablution facilities, or endure learning at classrooms situated adjacent to facilities and operations uncon

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

U.S. Wants Govt to Prosecute Health Scam Suspects

[Nyasa Times] United States government, through its embassy in Lilongwe, has expressed discontent over the manner the Malawi government has treated employees of the Ministry of Health who embezzled money for the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) HIV and…

[Nyasa Times] United States government, through its embassy in Lilongwe, has expressed discontent over the manner the Malawi government has treated employees of the Ministry of Health who embezzled money for the Centre for Disease Control (CDC) HIV and Aids project.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Somalia Receives Over U.S.$121 Million in Turkish Aid

[Shabelle] Turkey has provided Somalia with humanitarian aid worth 456 million Turkish liras ($121.9 million) since 2011, Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said Thursday.

[Shabelle] Turkey has provided Somalia with humanitarian aid worth 456 million Turkish liras ($121.9 million) since 2011, Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency (AFAD) said Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Kalonga Dishonest, Cashgate Details Show More

[Nyasa Times] Cashgate convict and State witness in the K2.4 billion scandal Leonard Prince Kalonga on Thursday told the High Court in Lilongwe, which is sitting at Civic Offices, that he benefitted K50 million in the looting scheme but details seen by…

[Nyasa Times] Cashgate convict and State witness in the K2.4 billion scandal Leonard Prince Kalonga on Thursday told the High Court in Lilongwe, which is sitting at Civic Offices, that he benefitted K50 million in the looting scheme but details seen by Nyasa Times show he had pocketed more millions.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Social Security Authority Accounts Clerk Swindles Pensioners

[The Herald] A Harare man employed by the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) as an accounts clerk was in the habit of taking identity documents of targeted pensioners and using them to open bank accounts, prompting the authority to transfer pens…

[The Herald] A Harare man employed by the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) as an accounts clerk was in the habit of taking identity documents of targeted pensioners and using them to open bank accounts, prompting the authority to transfer pension funds into the dubious accounts, the court heard yesterday. Delight Chimedza (32) would then withdraw the money and convert it to his personal use. He reportedly diverted $8 965 which belonged to Kaurai Dzingirai and Eddar Chimutsa and used part of the money to buy a

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Data Services Drives State-Owned Telecoms Firm Growth

[Zimbabwe Independent] State owned telecommunications NetOne grew its market share to 36,6% mainly due to an upsurge in data use in the last quarter of 2016,the latest regulator report shows.

[Zimbabwe Independent] State owned telecommunications NetOne grew its market share to 36,6% mainly due to an upsurge in data use in the last quarter of 2016,the latest regulator report shows.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Double Stand Allocation Spills Into Court

[The Herald] A Chitungwiza housing cooperative is being sued for allocating a residential stand to two people. Chitovha Housing Corporation appeared before Harare Civil Court magistrate Mr Brighton Pabwe on Wednesday for allegedly allocating the same s…

[The Herald] A Chitungwiza housing cooperative is being sued for allocating a residential stand to two people. Chitovha Housing Corporation appeared before Harare Civil Court magistrate Mr Brighton Pabwe on Wednesday for allegedly allocating the same stand to Chipo Chiwodze and Dennis Chikanya. The matter was postponed to a later date.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe