Hilton SAPS Seek Wanted Persons

[SAPS] Hilton SAPS is appealing for assistance from the community in locating Siphesihle Percival Mncwabe (24) from Hilton College, Valley Compound. The suspect is wanted for house breaking with intent to steal and theft that he committed at Hilton Col…

[SAPS] Hilton SAPS is appealing for assistance from the community in locating Siphesihle Percival Mncwabe (24) from Hilton College, Valley Compound. The suspect is wanted for house breaking with intent to steal and theft that he committed at Hilton College Complex, Pietermaritzburg committed on 19 November 2016 at 10:30. He appeared in the Pietermaritzburg Magistrates' Court and the charges were provisionally withdrawn due to unavailability of the witness at that stage. On 24 July 2017, the summons were issued by

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Intelligence Led Joint Operation Intercepts Crime Syndicate

[SAPS] In a concerted effort to eradicate any form of criminality in this Province, especially the serious and violent crimes, an Intelligence Led Joint Operation composed of the Provincial Tracking Team, Crime Intelligence and the Provincial Detective…

[SAPS] In a concerted effort to eradicate any form of criminality in this Province, especially the serious and violent crimes, an Intelligence Led Joint Operation composed of the Provincial Tracking Team, Crime Intelligence and the Provincial Detectives, intercepted a kidnapping syndicate between last night 27 December 2017 and this morning, 28 December 2017.

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‘Missing Vote’ ANC Delegates to Meet Again in January

[News24Wire] The ANC members from Limpopo, who formed part of the mysterious 60-plus delegates whose votes were not counted during the recent elective conference, will be meeting at Luthuli House again in January.

[News24Wire] The ANC members from Limpopo, who formed part of the mysterious 60-plus delegates whose votes were not counted during the recent elective conference, will be meeting at Luthuli House again in January.

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Four Suspect Arrested After Shrouded Dead Body Found in a Maize Flour Milling Shop in Hamarweyne

[Dalsan Radio] The Hamarweyne district administration is conducting an investigation on four people who were arrested from a maize flour milling shop in which a shrouded dead body was found.

[Dalsan Radio] The Hamarweyne district administration is conducting an investigation on four people who were arrested from a maize flour milling shop in which a shrouded dead body was found.

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Somali Business Community in South Africa Blame the Somali Embassy in That Country

[Dalsan Radio] Somali business community in South Africa blames the Somali embassy in that country for not taking any action about the continuous killings of its people.

[Dalsan Radio] Somali business community in South Africa blames the Somali embassy in that country for not taking any action about the continuous killings of its people.

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Nigeria Staggers Into Another Circle of Fuel Subsidy

[Leadership] Barely one and half year after the government announced what it called a partial liberalisation of the downstream sector of the oil and gas market with a view to encouraging independent petroleum marketers to import products, the dynamics …

[Leadership] Barely one and half year after the government announced what it called a partial liberalisation of the downstream sector of the oil and gas market with a view to encouraging independent petroleum marketers to import products, the dynamics of economic focus have made nonsense of the policy. The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has become the sole importer of premium motor spirit and the result is fuel queues at filling stations even as the federal government insists on price regulation. FESTUS

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2017 – Year of Telecom Upheavals, Milestones

[Leadership] Lagos -The Nigerian Information and Communication technology (ICT) sector in 2017 was marked by upheavals in the Nigerian telecommunications sector, especially with the move by some banks to forcefully takeover one of the mobile networks, …

[Leadership] Lagos -The Nigerian Information and Communication technology (ICT) sector in 2017 was marked by upheavals in the Nigerian telecommunications sector, especially with the move by some banks to forcefully takeover one of the mobile networks, unethical practice of call masking and refilling by some network operators, mandatory enforcement of Code of Corporate Governance on service providers, perennial quality of service (QoS) issues and growth on the online space by Nigerian small and medium enterprises (SMEs).

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Tap Lake Victoria Water, Dodoma Told

[Daily News] DODOMA regional authorities have been advised to consider pumping water from Lake Victoria in order to cope with probable bigger demand of the precious liquid in the wake of the government’s shift to the central region.

[Daily News] DODOMA regional authorities have been advised to consider pumping water from Lake Victoria in order to cope with probable bigger demand of the precious liquid in the wake of the government's shift to the central region.

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