South African Court Shoots Down Nuclear Power Deals

[Deutsche Welle] A Cape Town court’s ruling is a setback for the South African government’s plans to build eight new nuclear power plants. Critics of the nuclear deals said they were made without following due procedure.

[Deutsche Welle] A Cape Town court's ruling is a setback for the South African government's plans to build eight new nuclear power plants. Critics of the nuclear deals said they were made without following due procedure.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Pension Scam – EFCC Denies Inducing Defendant

[Leadership] An operative with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) , Rukayya Ibrahim, told the FCT High Court on Wednesday that she never induced the fourth defendant to make statement.

[Leadership] An operative with the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) , Rukayya Ibrahim, told the FCT High Court on Wednesday that she never induced the fourth defendant to make statement.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Support Local Manufacturers, Industrial Pharmacists Tell Govt

[This Day] National Association of Industrial Pharmacists (NAIP) has called on the federal government to support local manufacturers with various forms of investments to enhance local manufacture of drugs for the benefit of Nigerians.

[This Day] National Association of Industrial Pharmacists (NAIP) has called on the federal government to support local manufacturers with various forms of investments to enhance local manufacture of drugs for the benefit of Nigerians.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

EAC Secretariat Remains Impartial On Burundi

[East African] The East African Community Secretariat has noted with concern an opinion article titled, Mfumukeko and EAC Summit have failed the test of impartiality on Burundi crisis, published in the April 22 -28, 2017 edition of The EastAfrican news…

[East African] The East African Community Secretariat has noted with concern an opinion article titled, Mfumukeko and EAC Summit have failed the test of impartiality on Burundi crisis, published in the April 22 -28, 2017 edition of The EastAfrican newspaper.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Ailment Confines Buhari Indoors

[East African] Abuja -Nigerian President Muhammed Buhari’s lingering ailment has confined him to his bedroom in the Presidential Villa in Abuja, official said.

[East African] Abuja -Nigerian President Muhammed Buhari's lingering ailment has confined him to his bedroom in the Presidential Villa in Abuja, official said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Jilted Soldier Makes Wife Eat His Faeces After She Asks for Divorce

[News24Wire] A jilted Zimbabwean soldier who made his wife eat his faeces after she had asked for a divorce was dragged before the Mutare Magistrate’s Court facing abuse charges, it was reported.

[News24Wire] A jilted Zimbabwean soldier who made his wife eat his faeces after she had asked for a divorce was dragged before the Mutare Magistrate's Court facing abuse charges, it was reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe