Central Bank to Review Credit Rating System Over ‘Unfair Blacklisting’

[East African] The Central Bank of Kenya has started reviewing the credit information sharing (CIS) system following increased complaints that reference bureaus are only concentrating on blacklisting of defaulters.

[East African] The Central Bank of Kenya has started reviewing the credit information sharing (CIS) system following increased complaints that reference bureaus are only concentrating on blacklisting of defaulters.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Moroccan Sahara – Guatemala Calls for Settlement Ensuring Security, Integration in Maghreb Region

[MAP] New York -Guatemala’s permanent representative to the UN, ambassador Jorge Skiner-Klée called, on behalf of his country, during the 4th committee of the UNGA, for a final settlement of the Moroccan Sahara issue that would ensure security and integration of the Maghreb region, on the basis of of the UNSC resolutions, describing the autonomy plan as serious and credible.

[MAP] New York -Guatemala's permanent representative to the UN, ambassador Jorge Skiner-Klée called, on behalf of his country, during the 4th committee of the UNGA, for a final settlement of the Moroccan Sahara issue that would ensure security and integration of the Maghreb region, on the basis of of the UNSC resolutions, describing the autonomy plan as serious and credible.

source: AllAfrica News: Western Sahara

Petra Set to Resume Export, Sale of Diamonds

[East African] Petra Diamonds is set to resume selling and exporting minerals from its Williamson mine in Tanzania that the company shut down about three weeks ago amid an export valuation dispute with the Tanzania government.

[East African] Petra Diamonds is set to resume selling and exporting minerals from its Williamson mine in Tanzania that the company shut down about three weeks ago amid an export valuation dispute with the Tanzania government.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Descent Into Crisis – the Long History of Anglophone Discord

[IRIN] Cameroon’s anglophone crisis reached a new low at the weekend when at least 17 people were shot dead by security forces and 50 wounded, according to Amnesty International.

[IRIN] Cameroon's anglophone crisis reached a new low at the weekend when at least 17 people were shot dead by security forces and 50 wounded, according to Amnesty International.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Kenyans Turn to Cheaper Car Imports

[East African] Kenyans raised their appetite for low-priced imported cars, with the average unit cost dipping below Ksh1 million ($9,675) in the six months to June.

[East African] Kenyans raised their appetite for low-priced imported cars, with the average unit cost dipping below Ksh1 million ($9,675) in the six months to June.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Regulator Rejects Six Applications From Telcos to List On Dar Bourse

[East African] Plans by telecommunications companies to list on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange seem to have been derailed by the Capital Markets and Securities Authority (CMSA), which has rejected six submitted prospectuses.

[East African] Plans by telecommunications companies to list on the Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange seem to have been derailed by the Capital Markets and Securities Authority (CMSA), which has rejected six submitted prospectuses.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Morocco Takes Part in a Quadripartite Meeting in Belgium On Cooperation in the Fight Against Terrorism

[MAP] Brussels -A quadripartite meeting took place on Wednesday in Mechelen (north of Brussels) on cooperation in the fight against terrorism, with the participation of Morocco.

[MAP] Brussels -A quadripartite meeting took place on Wednesday in Mechelen (north of Brussels) on cooperation in the fight against terrorism, with the participation of Morocco.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco