Government to Compensate City Market Traders

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Chagwa Lungu has assured Lusaka City Market traders who lost their property in an inferno on July 4 that government will look into their plight and compensate their loss.

[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Chagwa Lungu has assured Lusaka City Market traders who lost their property in an inferno on July 4 that government will look into their plight and compensate their loss.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Embattled Miner Acacia Serves Govt With Notice of Arbitration

[Daily News] ACACIA Mining has now served the government with notices of arbitration on their lingering dispute over the export of mineral concentrate from its two mines in the country.

[Daily News] ACACIA Mining has now served the government with notices of arbitration on their lingering dispute over the export of mineral concentrate from its two mines in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Who’s Running Liberia? Ask George Abi Jaoudi

[FrontPageAfrica] LIBERIA IS BEING SOLD for peanuts as Lebanese businessman George Abi Jaoudi have his way, while getting away with everything and everyone. Virtually no one, not the president, the first family, Supreme Court Justices or the national l…

[FrontPageAfrica] LIBERIA IS BEING SOLD for peanuts as Lebanese businessman George Abi Jaoudi have his way, while getting away with everything and everyone. Virtually no one, not the president, the first family, Supreme Court Justices or the national legislature appear willing or ready to put him in his tracks.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Uchumi Signs Pay Deal With Staff to End Biting Go-Slow

[Nation] Uchumi Supermarkets has signed a return-to-work formula with its workers following a strike over non-payment of the May and June salaries, which paralysed the retail chain’s operations.

[Nation] Uchumi Supermarkets has signed a return-to-work formula with its workers following a strike over non-payment of the May and June salaries, which paralysed the retail chain's operations.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Country’s Problems Lie in Political Negligence, Not Its Constitution

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa is witnessing another wave of disillusionment with the constitutional arrangement that followed the end of apartheid in 1994. As the country advances towards the third decade of democracy the sentiment is that the…

[The Conversation Africa] South Africa is witnessing another wave of disillusionment with the constitutional arrangement that followed the end of apartheid in 1994. As the country advances towards the third decade of democracy the sentiment is that the constitution is an obstacle to meaningful economic transformation. It's roundly criticised for putting a brake on much needed wealth redistribution, following centuries of colonialism and apartheid oppression of the black majority.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ghandour Congratulates British FM On Re-Appointment

[SNA] Khartoum -Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour sent a congratulatory letter to his British counterpart, Mr. Boris Johnson, on the occasion of his reappointment as Foreign Minister in the wake of the recent parliamentary elections in Britain.

[SNA] Khartoum -Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour sent a congratulatory letter to his British counterpart, Mr. Boris Johnson, on the occasion of his reappointment as Foreign Minister in the wake of the recent parliamentary elections in Britain.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan