Govt Avails Revolving Fund for ICT Projects

[The Herald] Business Reporter GOVERNMENT, through a programme being spearheaded by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe, is funding local innovative information communication technology initiatives under a revolving loan …

[The Herald] Business Reporter GOVERNMENT, through a programme being spearheaded by the Postal and Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe, is funding local innovative information communication technology initiatives under a revolving loan fund.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Expose Corruption, Media Urged

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has called on the media to expose corruption at all levels and all forms of illicit behaviour, as these vices reverse the gains of economic development.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) has called on the media to expose corruption at all levels and all forms of illicit behaviour, as these vices reverse the gains of economic development.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How Uganda’s Magogo Worked His Way Into the Highest CAF Echelon

[Monitor] Kampala -After just one term in office as Fufa president, Moses Magogo was yesterday appointed a member of the Caf executive committee by the Caf Congress in Manama, Bahrain.

[Monitor] Kampala -After just one term in office as Fufa president, Moses Magogo was yesterday appointed a member of the Caf executive committee by the Caf Congress in Manama, Bahrain.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Odinga – Reasons Why US Stopped Health Funding

[Nation] National Super Alliance (Nasa) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has blamed the Jubilee administration for the decision by the US government to withdraw funding to the health sector.

[Nation] National Super Alliance (Nasa) Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has blamed the Jubilee administration for the decision by the US government to withdraw funding to the health sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hunter Drives Through State House Barricades

[The Herald] A South African man who was arrested over the weekend after he drove his vehicle through the barricades at State House along Borrowdale Road at around 3am, was yesterday fined $150 for trespassing.

[The Herald] A South African man who was arrested over the weekend after he drove his vehicle through the barricades at State House along Borrowdale Road at around 3am, was yesterday fined $150 for trespassing.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Electoral Commission Boss Petitions Parliament Over Shs7 Billion Polls Money

[Monitor] Parliament -The chairman of the Electoral Commission Justice Simon Byabakama has petitioned Parliament over the delayed approval of Shs7 billion needed to organise elections in newly-created districts.

[Monitor] Parliament -The chairman of the Electoral Commission Justice Simon Byabakama has petitioned Parliament over the delayed approval of Shs7 billion needed to organise elections in newly-created districts.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Legislators Approve Police Boss Kayihura’s New Contract

[Monitor] The Appointments Committee of Parliament has approved the extension of Gen Kale Kayihura’s contract to serve another three-year term as the Inspector General of Police.

[Monitor] The Appointments Committee of Parliament has approved the extension of Gen Kale Kayihura's contract to serve another three-year term as the Inspector General of Police.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Oil Contracts Under Probe Over Corruption Allegations

[Nyasa Times] Anti-Corruption Bureau has launched investigation into whether money corruptly changed hands during the rushed signing of production-sharing agreements in regard to three of Malawi’s petroleum blocks just eight days before May 20 2014 ele…

[Nyasa Times] Anti-Corruption Bureau has launched investigation into whether money corruptly changed hands during the rushed signing of production-sharing agreements in regard to three of Malawi's petroleum blocks just eight days before May 20 2014 elections in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi