Court Rebuffs Revenue Authority Plea to Lift Injunction Against Media Giant

[Nyasa Times] High Court in Blantyre on Tuesday refused an application by Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) to lift an injunction which was granted to media giant Times Group restraining the tax collecting body from shutting it down.

[Nyasa Times] High Court in Blantyre on Tuesday refused an application by Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) to lift an injunction which was granted to media giant Times Group restraining the tax collecting body from shutting it down.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Pupils ‘In Hospital After School Beating’ – Report

[News24Wire] Five new pupils from a secondary school in Zimbabwe had to go to hospital this month for treatment after they were allegedly beaten by a teacher – even though corporal punishment is not permitted under the constitution, a newspaper is repo…

[News24Wire] Five new pupils from a secondary school in Zimbabwe had to go to hospital this month for treatment after they were allegedly beaten by a teacher - even though corporal punishment is not permitted under the constitution, a newspaper is reporting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

PIC Summons Nakumatt Boss Over Hazina Saga

[Nation] Parliament has ordered Nakumatt Supermarkets managing director Atul Shah to appear before it next week to respond to issues raised by the NSSF following a dispute over the construction of Hazina Trade Centre.

[Nation] Parliament has ordered Nakumatt Supermarkets managing director Atul Shah to appear before it next week to respond to issues raised by the NSSF following a dispute over the construction of Hazina Trade Centre.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Army Presence at State of Nation ‘Declaration of War’

[News24Wire] Political parties on Tuesday questioned the legality of President Jacob Zuma’s move to have 441 soldiers help police maintain “law and order” at the opening of Parliament.

[News24Wire] Political parties on Tuesday questioned the legality of President Jacob Zuma's move to have 441 soldiers help police maintain "law and order" at the opening of Parliament.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa