Two Arrested for Shooting and Armed Robbery On Buccleuch Interchange

[News24Wire] The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) says two men have been arrested for the shooting and armed robbery that occurred on the Buccleuch Interchange on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The Johannesburg Metro Police Department (JMPD) says two men have been arrested for the shooting and armed robbery that occurred on the Buccleuch Interchange on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

We Don’t Need Public Approval for Russian Nuclear Deal – Govt

[News24Wire] The South African government is under no obligation to get public approval for a nuclear agreement it signed with Russia, the Western Cape High Court heard on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The South African government is under no obligation to get public approval for a nuclear agreement it signed with Russia, the Western Cape High Court heard on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

5ive Music’s Aibee Abidoye On Its Exclusive Deal With Etisalat, Why the Current Mobile Music Business Is Broken and Efforts to Get Artists and Songwriters Paid

[Digital Content Africa] 5ive Music was launched in Lagos in July 2016 as a way of exploiting rights from three music labels in Nigeria: Chocolate City Music, Cabal/Storm 360 and NowMuzik. It has focused on getting right the relationships on digital co…

[Digital Content Africa] 5ive Music was launched in Lagos in July 2016 as a way of exploiting rights from three music labels in Nigeria: Chocolate City Music, Cabal/Storm 360 and NowMuzik. It has focused on getting right the relationships on digital content with the mobile operators. Russell Southwood spoke to 5ive Music's General Manager Aibee Abidoye about the problems with the current business model for mobile music.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Hears How Club Night Ends in Tragedy for Cape Town Friends

[News24Wire] A happy night of pub and club hopping to celebrate a 21st birthday turned into a nightmare for four friends in Claremont, Cape Town, when two men beat one of the friends so severely that he died in hospital, the Western Cape High Court hea…

[News24Wire] A happy night of pub and club hopping to celebrate a 21st birthday turned into a nightmare for four friends in Claremont, Cape Town, when two men beat one of the friends so severely that he died in hospital, the Western Cape High Court heard on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Somali President Appoints New PM

[Shabelle] The newly elected president of Somalia Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has appointed former humanitarian worker and businessman Hassan Ali Khaire as his new PM on Thursday. Khaire is a Somali-Norwegian worked with NRC as regional director and live…

[Shabelle] The newly elected president of Somalia Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo has appointed former humanitarian worker and businessman Hassan Ali Khaire as his new PM on Thursday. Khaire is a Somali-Norwegian worked with NRC as regional director and lived in UK where he worked for Som Oil and Gas as the company's director.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

An Irreversible Trend

[Cameroon Tribune] The growing influence of the Information and Communication Technologies on daily business activities in the country is no longer a secret. People are increasingly getting involved in new ways of purchases and money transfers, at time…

[Cameroon Tribune] The growing influence of the Information and Communication Technologies on daily business activities in the country is no longer a secret. People are increasingly getting involved in new ways of purchases and money transfers, at times without even realising that they are into a virtual society where the language is more on issues like the 'information economy' to notions like 'network society', 'network economy' and 'digital economy', - tendencies which the advent of the computer, Internet and telephone ha

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Media Group Takes Control of Rainbow Airlines

[Zimbabwe Independent] Media group AB Communications (AB) could emerge with full control of Zimbabwe’s newly licensed Rainbow Airlines amid disclosures AB has been given the right of first refusal to snap up the 30% stake being held by its partners in …

[Zimbabwe Independent] Media group AB Communications (AB) could emerge with full control of Zimbabwe's newly licensed Rainbow Airlines amid disclosures AB has been given the right of first refusal to snap up the 30% stake being held by its partners in the company.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe