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

Senate Threatens to Disqualify Nominees, If… .

[New Republic] The Liberian Senate has put into place new guidelines regarding the confirmation process of would-be presidential appointees, threatening to disqualify nominees who would to bribe to get confirmed.

[New Republic] The Liberian Senate has put into place new guidelines regarding the confirmation process of would-be presidential appointees, threatening to disqualify nominees who would to bribe to get confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

VP Taylor Echoes Pres. Weah’s Promise

[New Republic] New Liberian Vice President has reechoed President George Weah’s avow to the nation, reaffirming the commitment and promises of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government to the Liberian people.

[New Republic] New Liberian Vice President has reechoed President George Weah's avow to the nation, reaffirming the commitment and promises of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government to the Liberian people.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Golf – Tanzania Juniors Set Sights On All-Africa Games

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania Golf Union (TGU) chairman, Joseph Tango says he is confident the national youth team will perform impressively in the All-Africa Junior Championship in Morocco.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania Golf Union (TGU) chairman, Joseph Tango says he is confident the national youth team will perform impressively in the All-Africa Junior Championship in Morocco.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Basketball – Manuel Necas New Interclube Coach

[ANGOP] Luanda -The former Angolan basketball player, Manuel Sousa “Necas” has been appointed new head coach of the Interclube men’s basketball team, replacing the Portuguese, Alberto Babo.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The former Angolan basketball player, Manuel Sousa "Necas" has been appointed new head coach of the Interclube men's basketball team, replacing the Portuguese, Alberto Babo.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Private Sector Calls for Prompt, Firm Decisions

[Citizen] Dodoma -Members of the business community are unhappy with what they say is dillydallying on the part of government officials on matters related to business and investment, saying this has a negative impact on the economy.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Members of the business community are unhappy with what they say is dillydallying on the part of government officials on matters related to business and investment, saying this has a negative impact on the economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania