Premium Times Publisher, Dapo Olorunyomi, On Why Police Raided the Newspaper – Video

[Premium Times] Following the raid on PREMIUM TIMES head office in Abuja and arrest of Publisher, Dapo Oorunyomi, Oak TV in an exclusive examined the circumstances behind this operation.

[Premium Times] Following the raid on PREMIUM TIMES head office in Abuja and arrest of Publisher, Dapo Oorunyomi, Oak TV in an exclusive examined the circumstances behind this operation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Turkey, China Caught Up in Rail Tender Confusion

[East African] A dispute over the tender for the construction of the $7.6 billion standard gauge railway linking Dar es salaam to neighbouring countries has provided a tense backdrop to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Tanzania on Janu…

[East African] A dispute over the tender for the construction of the $7.6 billion standard gauge railway linking Dar es salaam to neighbouring countries has provided a tense backdrop to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Tanzania on January 22-23.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

With Jammeh Gone, Gambia’s Future Still ‘Up in the Air’

[Deutsche Welle] Yahya Jammeh has left The Gambia for Equatorial Guinea and President Adama Barrow is set to return. Analyst Peter Penar told DW that there are still many hurdles facing the small West African country.

[Deutsche Welle] Yahya Jammeh has left The Gambia for Equatorial Guinea and President Adama Barrow is set to return. Analyst Peter Penar told DW that there are still many hurdles facing the small West African country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

The Online Start-Up That Went From Launching an Entertainment Website to a Digital Agency

[Digital Content Africa] The founders of Metro Group came out of the telecoms and Internet business and launched one of the biggest entertainment websites in the DRC. Before long, they found themselves creating a digital agency to handle brands who wan…

[Digital Content Africa] The founders of Metro Group came out of the telecoms and Internet business and launched one of the biggest entertainment websites in the DRC. Before long, they found themselves creating a digital agency to handle brands who wanted to get online. Their latest move is a music web TV channel that's creating content that's now being broadcast on local TV stations. Russell Southwood spoke to Metro Group's CEO Shalini Moodley about how it all happened.

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Presidency – Public Officers Now Afraid to Steal With Impunity

[Daily Trust] The Presidency said the fact that civil servants and political office holders are now afraid to steal with impunity is itself a major psychological boost for the anti-corruption crusade of President Muhamadu Buhari.

[Daily Trust] The Presidency said the fact that civil servants and political office holders are now afraid to steal with impunity is itself a major psychological boost for the anti-corruption crusade of President Muhamadu Buhari.

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‘Illiterate’ Voters Raise Rigging Fears

[Zimbabwe Standard] Poll monitors yesterday expressed concern over the high number of assisted voters during the Bikita West parliamentary by-election amid claims Zanu PF supporters feigned illiteracy as part of rigging.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Poll monitors yesterday expressed concern over the high number of assisted voters during the Bikita West parliamentary by-election amid claims Zanu PF supporters feigned illiteracy as part of rigging.

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Mugabe Successor Brawl Explodes

[Zimbabwe Standard] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe’s succession debate has reached a boiling point, with Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo declaring that he will never support Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s presidency, accusing his boss of a litany…

[Zimbabwe Standard] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe's succession debate has reached a boiling point, with Higher Education minister Jonathan Moyo declaring that he will never support Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa's presidency, accusing his boss of a litany of crimes.

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Why I Won’t Support Mnangagwa – Moyo

[Zimbabwe Standard] Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo’s public spats with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have intensified since the minister’s arrest last year on charges that he abused money from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development…

[Zimbabwe Standard] Higher and Tertiary Education minister Jonathan Moyo's public spats with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa have intensified since the minister's arrest last year on charges that he abused money from the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe