Nimba Citizens to Endorse Boakai Tomorrow

[The Capitol Times] A little over 90 days to the Representatives and Presidential elections, Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai continues to get citizens and organizations endorsement for the nation’s highest seat, the Presidency on October 10, 2017.

[The Capitol Times] A little over 90 days to the Representatives and Presidential elections, Vice President Joseph Nyuma Boakai continues to get citizens and organizations endorsement for the nation's highest seat, the Presidency on October 10, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Zimbabwe Duo to Judge South African Toddlers Pageant

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Toddlers and Sashes (ZTS) pageant director Vimbai Mukambi and local designer Cecilia Kwashira will be among a panel of judges to adjudicate at the South African Toddlers (SAT) pageant to be held tomorrow in Louis Tritchard, SA.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Toddlers and Sashes (ZTS) pageant director Vimbai Mukambi and local designer Cecilia Kwashira will be among a panel of judges to adjudicate at the South African Toddlers (SAT) pageant to be held tomorrow in Louis Tritchard, SA.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Lets Build a Hotel and Shame Spiteful White People – Minister Chimene

[New Zimbabwe] Just a hotel at the famed Mutare Christmas Pass Mountain would be enough to silence spiteful whites when they return to the eastern border city, claims minister of State for Manicaland, Mandi Chimene.

[New Zimbabwe] Just a hotel at the famed Mutare Christmas Pass Mountain would be enough to silence spiteful whites when they return to the eastern border city, claims minister of State for Manicaland, Mandi Chimene.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

School Robotics Team Granted U.S. Visa

[Al Jazeera] The US embassy in The Gambia has reversed its decision and granted visas for a high school robotics team to compete in an international competition in the United States.

[Al Jazeera] The US embassy in The Gambia has reversed its decision and granted visas for a high school robotics team to compete in an international competition in the United States.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

After the Gupta Wedding and the SARS ‘Rogue Unit’ Report Fiascos – What Future for KPMG in South Africa?

[Daily Maverick] The fallout from KPMG’s association with the Gupta-owned Linkway Trading, implicated in laundering R30-million in public funds to pay for the family’s 2013 Sun City nuptials extravaganza continued this week as former KPMG Africa CE, Mo…

[Daily Maverick] The fallout from KPMG's association with the Gupta-owned Linkway Trading, implicated in laundering R30-million in public funds to pay for the family's 2013 Sun City nuptials extravaganza continued this week as former KPMG Africa CE, Moses Kgosana, resigned from his new job as chairman of Alexander Forbes. Past accusations that KPMG copied and pasted findings of an investigation conducted for SARS on the so-called "rogue unit" and which cost taxpayers R23-million have also resurfaced. That investigation rec

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Economic Zone to Be Launched

[Nation] The first special economic zone in Kenya, which is expected to attract investment worth Sh200 billion, will be launched on Friday in Uasin Gishu.

[Nation] The first special economic zone in Kenya, which is expected to attract investment worth Sh200 billion, will be launched on Friday in Uasin Gishu.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

An Open Letter to Cyril Ramaphosa

[Daily Maverick] When you are finally elected as ANC president I beg of you to stay above the fray and become magnanimous in victory… I beg you to keep an open mind and constantly reach out to your competitor in the spirit of fair competition.

[Daily Maverick] When you are finally elected as ANC president I beg of you to stay above the fray and become magnanimous in victory... I beg you to keep an open mind and constantly reach out to your competitor in the spirit of fair competition.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Minister Dausi Condemns Corruption Among Public Officers

[Nyasa Times] The Minister of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Nicholas Dausi has condemned corruption among public officers in the country saying it tarnishes government’s image.

[Nyasa Times] The Minister of Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Nicholas Dausi has condemned corruption among public officers in the country saying it tarnishes government's image.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Govt Must Lure Citizens in the Diaspora Ahead of Dangote’

[New Zimbabwe] Government must make it possible for Zimbabweans who are based abroad to bring in foreign direct investment as opposed to the “change money” which comes through remittances, an economist at the Bankers Association of Zimbabwe has said.

[New Zimbabwe] Government must make it possible for Zimbabweans who are based abroad to bring in foreign direct investment as opposed to the "change money" which comes through remittances, an economist at the Bankers Association of Zimbabwe has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe