Picture of Flood Victim Kneeling On Chilima Feet Goes Viral

[Nyasa Times] A picture of a flood victim in Karonga kneeling on the feet of Vice-President Saulos Chilima, who is also Minister responsible for Disaster Management Affairs, in appreciation for relief food and other items he presented to him and other …

[Nyasa Times] A picture of a flood victim in Karonga kneeling on the feet of Vice-President Saulos Chilima, who is also Minister responsible for Disaster Management Affairs, in appreciation for relief food and other items he presented to him and other victims is trending in social media and drawn mixed reactions.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Sanlam Launches Coastal Marathon

[Namibian] The first-ever Sanlam coastal marathon is a platform for unearthing athletics talent, creating a platform for athletes to hone their skills, while at the same time promoting health and fitness for all, the organisers said during Thursday’s l…

[Namibian] The first-ever Sanlam coastal marathon is a platform for unearthing athletics talent, creating a platform for athletes to hone their skills, while at the same time promoting health and fitness for all, the organisers said during Thursday's launch.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Three Convicted On 513 Charges in Fraud Trial

[Namibian] A married couple and their former partner in a cash-loan business which they ran at Oranjemund before it collapsed in 2006 have been found guilty on 513 criminal charges, including 256 counts of fraud, in the Windhoek High Court.

[Namibian] A married couple and their former partner in a cash-loan business which they ran at Oranjemund before it collapsed in 2006 have been found guilty on 513 criminal charges, including 256 counts of fraud, in the Windhoek High Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Date Set For Mugabe, Mujuru Parliament Grilling

[New Zimbabwe] FORMER President Robert Mugabe will next month finally show up for grilling by Parliament’s Mines and Mining Committee, which has pulled all the stops recently to get to the bottom of a complex diamond scandal involving gems from Marange…

[New Zimbabwe] FORMER President Robert Mugabe will next month finally show up for grilling by Parliament's Mines and Mining Committee, which has pulled all the stops recently to get to the bottom of a complex diamond scandal involving gems from Marange in Manicaland.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Will New Legislation Turn Kenya Into a Tax Haven?

[ISS] A recently passed law could make it easier for companies to dodge tax in Kenya. This could increase the rate of illicit financial flows and, contrary to government’s goals, undermine economic growth and development.

[ISS] A recently passed law could make it easier for companies to dodge tax in Kenya. This could increase the rate of illicit financial flows and, contrary to government's goals, undermine economic growth and development.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Min. Wolokollie Wants Liberians Distribute, Retail Manufactured Goods

[Observer] Deputy Commerce Minister for Small Business Administration Jemima Wolokollie says in order to create a level playing field in the business community, Liberian entrepreneurs must be the distributors and retailers of manufactured goods, whethe…

[Observer] Deputy Commerce Minister for Small Business Administration Jemima Wolokollie says in order to create a level playing field in the business community, Liberian entrepreneurs must be the distributors and retailers of manufactured goods, whether produced in the country or imported from abroad.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Mbambo Invites Business Community to Zimbabwe

[Namibian] The Office of the Governor of the Kavango East region has been invited to a business expo taking place in the Mashonaland West province in Zimbabwe, scheduled to start on Friday.

[Namibian] The Office of the Governor of the Kavango East region has been invited to a business expo taking place in the Mashonaland West province in Zimbabwe, scheduled to start on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

National Broadcaster Loses 2 000 Decoders in 2016

[Namibian] The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation could not account for 2 000 decoders and had no control over television licence books and revenue generated during the 2015/16 budget year, the auditor general has said.

[Namibian] The Namibian Broadcasting Corporation could not account for 2 000 decoders and had no control over television licence books and revenue generated during the 2015/16 budget year, the auditor general has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia