Public Protector Finds Lynne Brown Guilty of Misleading Parliament

[DA] Following a complaint by the DA, the Public Protector has found Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown guilty of misleading Parliament, when she failed to disclose if there had been any contracts of engagement between Eskom and Gupta-linked, Tril…

[DA] Following a complaint by the DA, the Public Protector has found Public Enterprises Minister Lynne Brown guilty of misleading Parliament, when she failed to disclose if there had been any contracts of engagement between Eskom and Gupta-linked, Trillian.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Kamonyi to Host National Special Olympics Championship

[New Times] THE National Special Olympic Championship for both children and adults with intellectual disabilities will be launched at Ruyenzi Stadium in Kamonyi District today.

[New Times] THE National Special Olympic Championship for both children and adults with intellectual disabilities will be launched at Ruyenzi Stadium in Kamonyi District today.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Courts Uphold Election Victories of Five MPs

[Nation] Five MPs, Shadrack Mose (Kitutu Masaba), Samuel Arama (Nakuru Town West), John Waluke (Sirisia), Zadoc Ogutu (Bomachoge Borabu) and Rashid Kassim Amin (Wajir East) can breathe easy after courts dismissed petitions challenging their victory in …

[Nation] Five MPs, Shadrack Mose (Kitutu Masaba), Samuel Arama (Nakuru Town West), John Waluke (Sirisia), Zadoc Ogutu (Bomachoge Borabu) and Rashid Kassim Amin (Wajir East) can breathe easy after courts dismissed petitions challenging their victory in the August 8, 2017 elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Secco Managers in a Dilemma

[Foroyaa] The National Food Security Processing and Marketing Corporation (formerly GGC) is pursuing the policy of cash sale of groundnuts but the “secco” managers are finding it difficult to stick to this policy. The quantity of nuts delivered at the …

[Foroyaa] The National Food Security Processing and Marketing Corporation (formerly GGC) is pursuing the policy of cash sale of groundnuts but the "secco" managers are finding it difficult to stick to this policy. The quantity of nuts delivered at the "seccos" for sale at any time exceeds the amount of cash available to purchase them. The "secco" managers in their bid not to encourage farmers to slip across the border to sell their nuts take the supply brought by farmers on credit and recovery of the money takes tim

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

The Bar Joins the Public Debate On the Part Played By Civil Society

[Foroyaa] Since the President remarked that civil society did nothing under the Jammeh regime, there have been numerous and reactions expressing disappointment with the remarks and the Gambia Bar Association refuses to be left behind.

[Foroyaa] Since the President remarked that civil society did nothing under the Jammeh regime, there have been numerous and reactions expressing disappointment with the remarks and the Gambia Bar Association refuses to be left behind.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Medical Students Raise Concerns

[Foroyaa] The students of the University of the Gambia School of Medicine have raise concern and complained bitterly about the situation they are faced with at the country’s highest Institution of learning.

[Foroyaa] The students of the University of the Gambia School of Medicine have raise concern and complained bitterly about the situation they are faced with at the country's highest Institution of learning.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Japanese Grants Were Not Utilised for Their Intended Purpose’ Former DG, Dept. of Agric.

[Foroyaa] Mr. Bakary L.O. Sonko, former Director General at the Department of Agriculture, yesterday told the ‘Janneh’ Commission that the Japanese grants that were given to the former Government of the Gambia to support the under privileged farmers, w…

[Foroyaa] Mr. Bakary L.O. Sonko, former Director General at the Department of Agriculture, yesterday told the 'Janneh' Commission that the Japanese grants that were given to the former Government of the Gambia to support the under privileged farmers, were not utilised for their intended purpose.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

46+ Dead in Cattle Raids Across Sudan-South Sudan Border

[Radio Dabanga] El Dibab Locality -More than 46 people including women from the Misseriya and Dinka tribes have been killed and 10,850 head of cattle, sheep, and goats have been stolen in three separate clashes between the Misseriya and armed groups fr…

[Radio Dabanga] El Dibab Locality -More than 46 people including women from the Misseriya and Dinka tribes have been killed and 10,850 head of cattle, sheep, and goats have been stolen in three separate clashes between the Misseriya and armed groups from South Sudan at El Darab, Um Geroun, and Um Kadma areas in El Dibab locality in West Kordofan so far this month.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

CBOs Governor Underlines Backing of Banking Sector to Develop National Economy

[SNA] Khartoum -The Governor of the Central Bank of Sudan (CBoS) Hazim Abdul-Gadir has affirmed CBoS readiness to support the banking sector to develop the national economy through spreading and deepening the culture of electronic money and the dealing…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Governor of the Central Bank of Sudan (CBoS) Hazim Abdul-Gadir has affirmed CBoS readiness to support the banking sector to develop the national economy through spreading and deepening the culture of electronic money and the dealing with the electronic services and payment.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan