Public Works On Ghanaian Delegation Study Tour of Expanded Public Works Programme

[Govt of SA] In a bid to increase the number of its people employed in the construction of feeder roads, the government of Ghana has deployed a team of senior officials and engineers to South Africa on a study tour to learn more about the construction …

[Govt of SA] In a bid to increase the number of its people employed in the construction of feeder roads, the government of Ghana has deployed a team of senior officials and engineers to South Africa on a study tour to learn more about the construction of roads using labour intensive method of the Expanded Public Works Programme (EPWP).

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SON Seals Warehouse Allegedly Stocked With Uncertified Pasta, Flour

[Guardian] The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), has sealed a warehouse stocked with uncertified pasta, flour, and sugar in Okota area of Lagos, saying that these products are unwholesome for public consumption.

[Guardian] The Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON), has sealed a warehouse stocked with uncertified pasta, flour, and sugar in Okota area of Lagos, saying that these products are unwholesome for public consumption.

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Parliament to Institute Disciplinary Against Mgidlana

[News24Wire] Parliament’s presiding officers have resolved to institute disciplinary proceedings against suspended Secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana for alleged corruption and maladministration.

[News24Wire] Parliament's presiding officers have resolved to institute disciplinary proceedings against suspended Secretary to Parliament Gengezi Mgidlana for alleged corruption and maladministration.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Police Return Extorted N834,000, Sanction 17 Officers

[Guardian] The Nigerian Police has returned ₦834,000 extorted by its officers from members of the public to the owners between July and September 2017. The force has also sanctioned 17 police officers, including the suspension of an Assistant Superintendent of Police in Ikorodu, Lagos State, during the period for corrupt practices.

[Guardian] The Nigerian Police has returned ₦834,000 extorted by its officers from members of the public to the owners between July and September 2017. The force has also sanctioned 17 police officers, including the suspension of an Assistant Superintendent of Police in Ikorodu, Lagos State, during the period for corrupt practices.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

PSI Charts New Strategies to Confront Privatisation Policy

[Guardian] Abuja -The Public Service International (PSI) has developed a five-year plan to confront implementation of privatisation policy in developing countries of the world.

[Guardian] Abuja -The Public Service International (PSI) has developed a five-year plan to confront implementation of privatisation policy in developing countries of the world.

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Sassa Should Not Have Disqualified Post Office – Treasury Letter

[News24Wire] A letter by National Treasury to acting Sassa CEO Pearl Bengu says the agency should not have disqualified the South African Post Office (SAPO) from three possible services in the social grants scheme.

[News24Wire] A letter by National Treasury to acting Sassa CEO Pearl Bengu says the agency should not have disqualified the South African Post Office (SAPO) from three possible services in the social grants scheme.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Dogara Warns Telecom Firms Against Tax Evasion

[Guardian] Abuja -Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has warned telecommunications firms in the country against tax evasion.He said tax payments were constitutional requirements for individuals and corporate organisations in Nigeria.

[Guardian] Abuja -Speaker of the House of Representatives, Yakubu Dogara, has warned telecommunications firms in the country against tax evasion.He said tax payments were constitutional requirements for individuals and corporate organisations in Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

All Change!!! Nigeria Is Not an Oil Economy

[Guardian] Descriptions of Nigeria’s economy often include such phrases as ‘Africa’s largest oil producer’ and ‘the oil rich African nation’ but oil economies are typically characterised by low population densities and abundant oil resources. Saudi Ara…

[Guardian] Descriptions of Nigeria's economy often include such phrases as 'Africa's largest oil producer' and 'the oil rich African nation' but oil economies are typically characterised by low population densities and abundant oil resources. Saudi Arabia with 10 million barrels of oil per day and 30 million people, Kuwait with 2.7 million barrels of oil per day and four million people and Qatar with 1.5 million barrels of oil per day and 2.5 million people are typical of such.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria