Mazhandu Rebrands

Mazhandu Family is not going down without a fight using every loophole in the law to stay in business and have since rebranded their buses to Unlimited Gifts Limited. The transport firm had its licence suspended last week after an … Continued

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Mazhandu Family is not going down without a fight using every loophole in the law to stay in business and have since rebranded their buses to Unlimited Gifts Limited. The transport firm had its licence suspended last week after an accident that killed 10 people adding to the reoccurring trend about the bus firm. Other than rebranding, Mazhandu Family Buses has also appealed the suspension to the minister through their lawyer Tutwa Ngulube. Despite the rebranding their blue and white is still visible on the road despite the ban. Unlimited Gifts is another of the family business brands that legally is not banned hence using the lacuna in the law to keep operating their fleet of buses. The post Mazhandu Rebrands appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Equity Silence Home Side KPA to Level Final Series

[Nation] Equity Bank beat Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) 56-55 on Sunday in their Kenya Basketball Federation Premier League final play-offs Game Two at KPA Makande Gymnasium to level the series.

[Nation] Equity Bank beat Kenya Ports Authority (KPA) 56-55 on Sunday in their Kenya Basketball Federation Premier League final play-offs Game Two at KPA Makande Gymnasium to level the series.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

State on Course to Complete SGR as Inspection Starts

[Nation] The government has began the inspection and commissioning of locomotives for the standard gauge railway (SGR), moving to indicate that the completion of the first phase will be on schedule.

[Nation] The government has began the inspection and commissioning of locomotives for the standard gauge railway (SGR), moving to indicate that the completion of the first phase will be on schedule.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Somalia On the Brink of Famine, UN Warns

[Shabelle] The United Nations is warning that Somalia could soon be facing a famine without urgent international action, raising concerns about a repeat of 2011’s famine which killed more than a quarter of a million people.

[Shabelle] The United Nations is warning that Somalia could soon be facing a famine without urgent international action, raising concerns about a repeat of 2011's famine which killed more than a quarter of a million people.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia