Obioha, Nigerian Hacker Admits $6.5m Fraud in Us Court

[Vanguard] Obinna Obioha, 31, and a Nigerian hacker has pleaded guilty to wire fraud, and admitted to participating in a scheme to hack into computers and email accounts in the United States for the purpose of stealing money from American companies.

[Vanguard] Obinna Obioha, 31, and a Nigerian hacker has pleaded guilty to wire fraud, and admitted to participating in a scheme to hack into computers and email accounts in the United States for the purpose of stealing money from American companies.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Hwange Signs 25-Year Coal Supply Deals

[The Herald] HWANGE Colliery Company Ltd has signed off-take agreements with two thermal power stations, which will see it supplying the firms with 400 000 tonnes of coal per month. The 25-year coal supply deals will see Hwange supplying more than 200 …

[The Herald] HWANGE Colliery Company Ltd has signed off-take agreements with two thermal power stations, which will see it supplying the firms with 400 000 tonnes of coal per month. The 25-year coal supply deals will see Hwange supplying more than 200 000 tonnes of coal per month each to the Zimbabwe Power Company and Lisulu Power, an independent power producer in the Matabeleland North Province, MD Mr Thomas Makore said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Misuse of Millions of Road Sign Funds Revealed

[Daily News] The Controller and Auditor General (CAG), Prof Mussa Assad, has accused the Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) of misusing 309.7m/- that had been allocated for erection of signs for people with disabilities in eight regions of Tanza…

[Daily News] The Controller and Auditor General (CAG), Prof Mussa Assad, has accused the Tanzania National Roads Agency (TANROADS) of misusing 309.7m/- that had been allocated for erection of signs for people with disabilities in eight regions of Tanzania Mainland.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Legislators Defend Councillors, Demand Better Pay Packages

[Daily News] Dodoma -Members of Parliament (MPs) have demanded an improved pay package for councillors arguing that, as the first point of contact for the central government, they were doing a lot of work in their communities.

[Daily News] Dodoma -Members of Parliament (MPs) have demanded an improved pay package for councillors arguing that, as the first point of contact for the central government, they were doing a lot of work in their communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Swimming Icon Coventry Vies for Olympic Committee Post

[The Herald] THE stage has been set for Zimbabwe Olympic Committee elections, with the major highlight at the unveiling of nominees yesterday being the candidature of swimming legend Kirsty Coventry. After years of leading Zimbabwe’s teams from the blu…

[The Herald] THE stage has been set for Zimbabwe Olympic Committee elections, with the major highlight at the unveiling of nominees yesterday being the candidature of swimming legend Kirsty Coventry. After years of leading Zimbabwe's teams from the blue waters at the Olympic Games, Coventry now wants to be part of the administrative cast at ZOC where she has been nominated for the post of vice president.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe