Nigeria, Others Must Commit to End Secret Ownership of Extractive Industry Assets – VP

[Premium Times] Vice President yemi Osinbajo addressing the opening session of the EITI Beneficial Ownership Conference in Jakarta, Indonesia. With him are the Indonesian Minister of National Development Planning, Bambang Brodjonegoro (middle) and EITI…

[Premium Times] Vice President yemi Osinbajo addressing the opening session of the EITI Beneficial Ownership Conference in Jakarta, Indonesia. With him are the Indonesian Minister of National Development Planning, Bambang Brodjonegoro (middle) and EITI Chair, Fredrik Renfeldt

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Despite Apology, Intels Yet to State Readiness to Comply With TSA – NPA

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Ports Authority is yet to be notified of the readiness of Intels Nigeria Limited to comply with the Treasury Single Account policy of the government, the Managing Director of the NPA, Hadiza Bala-Usman, has told PREMIUM TIMES.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Ports Authority is yet to be notified of the readiness of Intels Nigeria Limited to comply with the Treasury Single Account policy of the government, the Managing Director of the NPA, Hadiza Bala-Usman, has told PREMIUM TIMES.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Legend Unites Football Family Even in Death

[The Herald] Just as he often did during his playing career with the Warriors, CAPS United legend Friday Phiri brought together the domestic football family as they united to pay their last respects to the former striker, who was buried at Zororo Memor…

[The Herald] Just as he often did during his playing career with the Warriors, CAPS United legend Friday Phiri brought together the domestic football family as they united to pay their last respects to the former striker, who was buried at Zororo Memorial Park near Chitungwiza yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Stars in Driver’s Seat, Tigers Miss Bus

[Namibian] African Stars began the new MTC Premiership emphatically with crushing victories over Orlando Pirates and top-flight returnees Life Fighters, while renegade league champions Tigers failed to show up for their matches.

[Namibian] African Stars began the new MTC Premiership emphatically with crushing victories over Orlando Pirates and top-flight returnees Life Fighters, while renegade league champions Tigers failed to show up for their matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Kamoga Asks for Bail in Court of Appeal

[Observer] Three months after the International Crimes division of the High court sentenced him to life in prison, having found him guilty of terrorism, Sheikh Muhammad Yunus Kamoga has applied for bail in the Court of Appeal.

[Observer] Three months after the International Crimes division of the High court sentenced him to life in prison, having found him guilty of terrorism, Sheikh Muhammad Yunus Kamoga has applied for bail in the Court of Appeal.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Harare City, How Mine Set Up Chibuku Cup Final

[New Zimbabwe] Harare City appear on course to winning their second Chibuku Super Cup in four years after beating fellow council side Bulawayo City 1-0 in a semi-final tie played at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

[New Zimbabwe] Harare City appear on course to winning their second Chibuku Super Cup in four years after beating fellow council side Bulawayo City 1-0 in a semi-final tie played at Barbourfields Stadium on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Electoral Commission Set to Register People for LC Polls

[Observer] In preparation for the long-awaited local council I and II, plus women council elections, the Electoral Commission (EC) has announced dates for countrywide registration of voters.

[Observer] In preparation for the long-awaited local council I and II, plus women council elections, the Electoral Commission (EC) has announced dates for countrywide registration of voters.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Race for FDC Top Job Resumes

[Observer] The five-man presidential race for the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), Uganda’s biggest opposition party, has resumed after a weeklong break.

[Observer] The five-man presidential race for the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC), Uganda's biggest opposition party, has resumed after a weeklong break.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda