How to Make Business Easier Among Commonwealth Countries – Buhari

[Premium Times] Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari says Commonwealth countries can improve business within the group and generate resources for sustainable development by facilitating trade and investment in their individual countries.

[Premium Times] Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari says Commonwealth countries can improve business within the group and generate resources for sustainable development by facilitating trade and investment in their individual countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kamanga: ‘Leave Our Kabila Alone’

Last year’s nonsense of fixing matches has started again by the FAZ executive. It all started by suspending Donashano Malama from a Charity Shield red card which was engineered through a named referee, then Walter Bwalya’s issue and later it … Continued

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Last year’s nonsense of fixing matches has started again by the FAZ executive. It all started by suspending Donashano Malama from a Charity Shield red card which was engineered through a named referee, then Walter Bwalya’s issue and later it was the suspension of Nkana president Evaristo Kabila from all football related activities. This same Kamanga administration has again started fixing matches by destabilizing the management of Nkana football club with clear intentions of wanting some teams to be operating free whilst Nkana officials getting suspended. The summoning of president Kabila to appear before the FAZ disciplinary committee [Ethics Committee] is a very well-known calculated move and we know it very well. Therefore, FAZ should instead put its house in order than venting their anger on innocent individuals. Leave president Kabila alone and let the league flow peacefully without interference. It is our journey to the 13th title. Uwafitala akaimwena Likulu The post Kamanga: ‘Leave Our Kabila Alone’ appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Fraser Mum On New Post During Budget Meeting in Parliament

[News24Wire] New correctional services commissioner Arthur Fraser declined to comment on questions, from MPs and journalists, around his abrupt transfer to the department on Thursday.

[News24Wire] New correctional services commissioner Arthur Fraser declined to comment on questions, from MPs and journalists, around his abrupt transfer to the department on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

NPA to Make Its Own Decision On Malema Prosecution in August

[News24Wire] The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) on Thursday said that a threat to privately prosecute EFF leader Julius Malema for fraud and corruption was tantamount to interfering with the body’s work.

[News24Wire] The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) on Thursday said that a threat to privately prosecute EFF leader Julius Malema for fraud and corruption was tantamount to interfering with the body's work.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

More Hermanus Protesters Released On Bail

[GroundUp] Another 17 people arrested during recent housing protests were released on bail in Hermanus on Wednesday, according to community leader Sicelo Gxamesi. One paid bail of R500; the other 16 paid R300 each.

[GroundUp] Another 17 people arrested during recent housing protests were released on bail in Hermanus on Wednesday, according to community leader Sicelo Gxamesi. One paid bail of R500; the other 16 paid R300 each.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Current Sex Pest Teachers Can Evade New Sace Police Clearance Requirement

[DA] The announcement by the South African Council of Educators (SACE) that prospective teachers must provide a police clearance certificate before they can be registered will help in addressing the failures in the vetting of teachers.

[DA] The announcement by the South African Council of Educators (SACE) that prospective teachers must provide a police clearance certificate before they can be registered will help in addressing the failures in the vetting of teachers.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

New Sassa Cards to Be Launched Countrywide in May

[GroundUp] The first batch of new South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) grant payment cards were distributed in Worcester on Tuesday. The new cards were also distributed to small groups of beneficiaries in eight other locations in the country.

[GroundUp] The first batch of new South African Social Security Agency (SASSA) grant payment cards were distributed in Worcester on Tuesday. The new cards were also distributed to small groups of beneficiaries in eight other locations in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa