Deal on Chase Bank Runs Into Shareholder Wall

[East African] Three days before the Central Bank of Kenya made public its receipt of a non-binding offer from Mauritian lender SBM for Chase Bank, governor Patrick Njoroge sought to get the buy-in of stakeholders of the troubled financier.

[East African] Three days before the Central Bank of Kenya made public its receipt of a non-binding offer from Mauritian lender SBM for Chase Bank, governor Patrick Njoroge sought to get the buy-in of stakeholders of the troubled financier.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Man Fined for Breaking Into Lover’s Room

[The Herald] The 34-year-old Chitungwiza man, who smashed doors and windowpanes to get into his girlfriend’s room, was fined $100 (or 50 days) after he was convicted of malicious damage to property belonging to his girlfriend’s landlady. Stewart Sekete…

[The Herald] The 34-year-old Chitungwiza man, who smashed doors and windowpanes to get into his girlfriend's room, was fined $100 (or 50 days) after he was convicted of malicious damage to property belonging to his girlfriend's landlady. Stewart Sekete of Zengeza 3, destroyed two windowpanes and broke two doors to gain entry into his girlfriend Ketty Mukodzani's room around 11pm.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Clark to Buhari – Use Local Forensic Auditors to Fight Corruption

[Vanguard] Abuja -Elder statesman and former Federal Commissioner of Information, Chief Edwin Clark, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to engage the services of local forensic auditors to sustain the tempo in ongoing war against corruption.

[Vanguard] Abuja -Elder statesman and former Federal Commissioner of Information, Chief Edwin Clark, has called on President Muhammadu Buhari to engage the services of local forensic auditors to sustain the tempo in ongoing war against corruption.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Dangote Employs Youth Graduates for Rice Farming in Kogi

[Vanguard] A multi-million Naira Youth Farming Initiative that will engage teeming unemployed Nigerian graduates in rice farming has been launched by the Dangote Rice Limited in Kogi State.

[Vanguard] A multi-million Naira Youth Farming Initiative that will engage teeming unemployed Nigerian graduates in rice farming has been launched by the Dangote Rice Limited in Kogi State.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Switzerland Supports Cooperation Projects in Eritrea

[PR Newswire] Bern, Switzerland -Having withdrawn from the country over ten years ago, the SDC has now resumed support for cooperation projects in Eritrea. In October 2017, it began supporting two vocational projects in a pilot phase scheduled to run u…

[PR Newswire] Bern, Switzerland -Having withdrawn from the country over ten years ago, the SDC has now resumed support for cooperation projects in Eritrea. In October 2017, it began supporting two vocational projects in a pilot phase scheduled to run until the end of 2019.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Rights Groups Say 33 Killed in Poll Aftermath, Demand Probe

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have called for investigations into police brutality following protests after the August 8, 2017 elections.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch have called for investigations into police brutality following protests after the August 8, 2017 elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tactical Response Team Arrest Wanted Gang Members in Port Elizabeth

[SAPS] The collaborative partnership between investigators, the stations and specialised operational teams are key elements in ensuring success in our war against crime in the Northern areas.

[SAPS] The collaborative partnership between investigators, the stations and specialised operational teams are key elements in ensuring success in our war against crime in the Northern areas.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Four Jailed for Growing Mbanje

[The Herald] FOUR women from Mberengwa have been jailed for cultivating mbanje for commercial purposes. Pomedzerai Moyo (39), Farai Livombo (41), Svodai Moyo (47), and Shambadzirai Dehwa (39), all from Muzondiwa Village, Chief Muketi in Mberengwa, appe…

[The Herald] FOUR women from Mberengwa have been jailed for cultivating mbanje for commercial purposes. Pomedzerai Moyo (39), Farai Livombo (41), Svodai Moyo (47), and Shambadzirai Dehwa (39), all from Muzondiwa Village, Chief Muketi in Mberengwa, appeared separately before Mberengwa resident magistrate Ms Evia Matura facing a count of unlawful cultivation marijuana.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe