Tshwane Police Head Resigns

[News24Wire] An “irretrievable breakdown” in the relationship between the City of Tshwane and Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) chief Steven Ngobeni led to Ngobeni’s resignation on Tuesday, a spokesperson said.

[News24Wire] An "irretrievable breakdown" in the relationship between the City of Tshwane and Tshwane Metro Police Department (TMPD) chief Steven Ngobeni led to Ngobeni's resignation on Tuesday, a spokesperson said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SARS Intercepts Counterfeit Goods, Drugs Worth R10.29 Million At OR Tambo

[News24Wire] Counterfeit goods and drugs with a combined value of over R10,29 million were seized at OR Tambo International airport on Saturday and Sunday, officials said.

[News24Wire] Counterfeit goods and drugs with a combined value of over R10,29 million were seized at OR Tambo International airport on Saturday and Sunday, officials said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

DA Heads to Court to Force Zuma to Give Reasons for Cabinet Reshuffle

[News24Wire] The Democratic Alliance on Monday filed an urgent application with the North Gauteng High Court to force President Jacob Zuma to give reasons for reshuffling of his Cabinet on March 31.

[News24Wire] The Democratic Alliance on Monday filed an urgent application with the North Gauteng High Court to force President Jacob Zuma to give reasons for reshuffling of his Cabinet on March 31.

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Bread Prices to Remain Unchanged

[The Herald] A breakthrough has been reached between millers and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe which effectively quashed a looming increase in the price of bread and other flour products.

[The Herald] A breakthrough has been reached between millers and the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe which effectively quashed a looming increase in the price of bread and other flour products.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Court Hears How Businessman Helped Cape Cops With Petrol, Flights, Cars

[News24Wire] Petrol, car rentals, flight tickets and new cars – these were expenses businessman Salim Dawjee allegedly helped three high-ranking Cape Town police officers with, the Western Cape High Court heard on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] Petrol, car rentals, flight tickets and new cars - these were expenses businessman Salim Dawjee allegedly helped three high-ranking Cape Town police officers with, the Western Cape High Court heard on Tuesday.

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Top Spy Ntuliki Declared National Hero

[The Herald] Assistant Director in the President’s Department in Charge of the Western Region, Cde Zenzo Ntuliki, who died last Friday, has been declared a national hero. He was 58.Cde Ntuliki will be buried at the National Heroes Acre on Saturday.

[The Herald] Assistant Director in the President's Department in Charge of the Western Region, Cde Zenzo Ntuliki, who died last Friday, has been declared a national hero. He was 58.Cde Ntuliki will be buried at the National Heroes Acre on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Twins’ Murder Accused Case Postponed for Mental Observation

[News24Wire] The case of the Spanish national accused of murdering his twins in Hout Bay has been postponed to May because he is still waiting to undergo mental observation.

[News24Wire] The case of the Spanish national accused of murdering his twins in Hout Bay has been postponed to May because he is still waiting to undergo mental observation.

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Special Economic Zones Critical to Radical Transformation – Zuma

[News24Wire] The Maluti-A-Phofung special economic zone is the first to be developed in an area that was once part of the Bantustan industrial parks, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] The Maluti-A-Phofung special economic zone is the first to be developed in an area that was once part of the Bantustan industrial parks, President Jacob Zuma said on Tuesday.

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New Ombudsman Takes Oath of Office

[Sierra Leone Government] The newly appointed Ombudsman of the republic of Sierra Leone Lawyer Melron Nicol-Wilson Tuesday 25 April 2017 subscribed to the oath of office at a ceremony at State House in Freetown. Prior to his appointment, the young and …

[Sierra Leone Government] The newly appointed Ombudsman of the republic of Sierra Leone Lawyer Melron Nicol-Wilson Tuesday 25 April 2017 subscribed to the oath of office at a ceremony at State House in Freetown. Prior to his appointment, the young and successful lawyer was Managing Partner at Malaika Chambers and is married to Makuta Nicol-Wilson (nee Marah) with three children.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone