Kenyan Clubs Missing Out On Millions From Transfers

[Nation] For the past two seasons Kenyan football clubs, unlike their regional counterparts, have failed to mint millions from transfer of their star players to foreign leagues.

[Nation] For the past two seasons Kenyan football clubs, unlike their regional counterparts, have failed to mint millions from transfer of their star players to foreign leagues.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Street Vendors Show Nairobians They ‘Run the City’

[Nation] Let me tell you a story: It is the story of how the city of Nairobi has gone to the dogs. It is the story of a city that is gradually degenerating into a lost city. It is the story of how street vendors and hawkers have taken over the city cen…

[Nation] Let me tell you a story: It is the story of how the city of Nairobi has gone to the dogs. It is the story of a city that is gradually degenerating into a lost city. It is the story of how street vendors and hawkers have taken over the city centre and its environs. It is the story of how about two weeks ago, a brawl ensued between a female street vendor and a passenger boarding a matatu that plies the Kasarani-Mwiki route from Tom Mboya Street.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Suspects Arrested for Horrendous Deeds At Nsuze Area

[SAPS] On 22 January 2018, Nsuze police conducted an operation, searching for criminals who horribly attacked a 26-year-old victim at Bhamshela area in the Nsuze policing precinct. Two suspects aged 27 and 32 were arrested and charged for assault with …

[SAPS] On 22 January 2018, Nsuze police conducted an operation, searching for criminals who horribly attacked a 26-year-old victim at Bhamshela area in the Nsuze policing precinct. Two suspects aged 27 and 32 were arrested and charged for assault with intent to cause grievous bodily harm. They appeared in the Maphumulo Magistrates' Court on 23 January 2018 where they were remanded in custody until 7 February 2018 for further investigation.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Culpable Homicide in Kuruman

[SAPS] Police in Kuruman are investigating a case of culpable homicide after an accident occurred near Tsineng on the Kuruman Road. The fatal accident claimed the lives of two police officers on 21 January 2018 at about 14:00 when a BMW and VW Polo col…

[SAPS] Police in Kuruman are investigating a case of culpable homicide after an accident occurred near Tsineng on the Kuruman Road. The fatal accident claimed the lives of two police officers on 21 January 2018 at about 14:00 when a BMW and VW Polo collided with each other. Sgt Bakang Alec (38) and Const Tumoetsile Mocwane (29) were on duty and were both attached to the Northern Provincial Detective Unit. Both the policemen died on the scene while the two occupants of the BMW were transported to hospital after su

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Lawyers Cautiously Welcome Chief Justice’s Warning

[Citizen] Dares Salaam -Lawyers yesterday welcomed Chief Justice Ibrahim Juma’s warning against politicians meddling in the independence of the Judiciary, but warned that falling professional standards in the key branch of the State may compound the pr…

[Citizen] Dares Salaam -Lawyers yesterday welcomed Chief Justice Ibrahim Juma's warning against politicians meddling in the independence of the Judiciary, but warned that falling professional standards in the key branch of the State may compound the problem.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Angolan Kwanza Loses 2 Per Cent to Euro

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Kwanza (AKZ) has just suffered a 2 per cent devaluation in relation to the Euro, now costing AKZ 253.7 for one Euro, as a result of the fifth Foreign Exchange Auction organised last Tuesday by the National Reserve Bank (BNA).

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Kwanza (AKZ) has just suffered a 2 per cent devaluation in relation to the Euro, now costing AKZ 253.7 for one Euro, as a result of the fifth Foreign Exchange Auction organised last Tuesday by the National Reserve Bank (BNA).

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Sour End

[New Republic] It will take years before Liberians get to know what truly transpired and led to a very sour and devastating relationship between once two buddies that enjoyed the benefaction of the Liberian people as their leaders. Former President Ell…

[New Republic] It will take years before Liberians get to know what truly transpired and led to a very sour and devastating relationship between once two buddies that enjoyed the benefaction of the Liberian people as their leaders. Former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and former Vice President Joseph Boakai are history in terms of national leadership, but their deals live on forever for good or bad reasons. One important note Liberians might remember them will be the sour end of a relationship they began back in the 40

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia