Principal, 4 Others Freed on Sh1 Million Bond Each in Murder Case

[Capital FM] Mombasa -The principal of St Augustine Preparatory School in Mombasa and four others have been released on a Sh1 million surety bond each over the murder of a six-year-old pupil who was killed by the institution’s bus

[Capital FM] Mombasa -The principal of St Augustine Preparatory School in Mombasa and four others have been released on a Sh1 million surety bond each over the murder of a six-year-old pupil who was killed by the institution's bus

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Diarra Signs Two-Year Deal at Rayon Sports

[New Times] Malian striker Ismailla Diarra has said he is delighted after signing a two-year contract to play for Rayon Sports for a second spell until end of the 2018/19 season.

[New Times] Malian striker Ismailla Diarra has said he is delighted after signing a two-year contract to play for Rayon Sports for a second spell until end of the 2018/19 season.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

‘Revenue Authority Slept On the Job On Fiscalisation’

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it did not go full throttle on the implementation of the fiscalisation programme when it was introduced seven years ago.

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) says it did not go full throttle on the implementation of the fiscalisation programme when it was introduced seven years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ethanol Producer’s U.S.$1 Billion Expansion Project On Hold

[The Herald] Ethanol producer, Green Fuel has put on hold its $1 billion expansion programme as the current environment does not support the scale of investment, sources have said.

[The Herald] Ethanol producer, Green Fuel has put on hold its $1 billion expansion programme as the current environment does not support the scale of investment, sources have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Citizens Must Defend PIC Till The Bitter End

[Daily Maverick] Various reports have emerged that the CEO of the Public Investment Corporation, the manager of the Government Employees Pension Fund, has been targeted for removal from his post. That has been denied but, like Pavlov’s Dog, we are cond…

[Daily Maverick] Various reports have emerged that the CEO of the Public Investment Corporation, the manager of the Government Employees Pension Fund, has been targeted for removal from his post. That has been denied but, like Pavlov's Dog, we are conditioned to the same tedious rigmarole of removal/suspension of those in the way of President Jacob Zuma's looting. It starts, as always, with the emergence of some "report" of malfeasance and the mechanics then play out with the same result at the end. The hurdle is removed a

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

KQ Defends Expat Hire to Help CEO Revive Airline

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya Airways Chief Executive Sebastian Mikosz has defended his decision to hire Polish expatriates as part of the airline’s management team in its efforts to return to profitability.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya Airways Chief Executive Sebastian Mikosz has defended his decision to hire Polish expatriates as part of the airline's management team in its efforts to return to profitability.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Two Grassroots Leaders Arrested Soliciting Bribes

[New Times] Two grassroots leaders in Ndera Sector of Gasabo District have been arrested in connection with soliciting bribes from people to unlawfully allow them construct residential houses.

[New Times] Two grassroots leaders in Ndera Sector of Gasabo District have been arrested in connection with soliciting bribes from people to unlawfully allow them construct residential houses.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Residents Flee, Schools Closed After Herders Invade Tigania

[Nation] Two schools have been closed in Buuri Location, Tigania East in Meru County as residents fled following attacks by armed Turkana herders who invaded the area on Monday.

[Nation] Two schools have been closed in Buuri Location, Tigania East in Meru County as residents fled following attacks by armed Turkana herders who invaded the area on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya