Cbe Governor Says Foreign Investors Will Be Able to Repatriate Profits Soon – Mena

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egypt’s central bank governor assured foreign investors on Friday that they will be able to repatriate their profits and capitals outside of Egypt in the coming period.

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -Egypt's central bank governor assured foreign investors on Friday that they will be able to repatriate their profits and capitals outside of Egypt in the coming period.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

More Than 500,000 Pupils Pass PLE

[Monitor] Kampala -More than half of candidates who sat last year’s Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) are eligible to join post-primary institutions for further education, according to Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb).

[Monitor] Kampala -More than half of candidates who sat last year's Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) are eligible to join post-primary institutions for further education, according to Uganda National Examinations Board (Uneb).

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Ruling Party at War Over New Chief Justice

[Zimbabwe Independent] The intense battle over the appointment of Chief Justice (CJ) Godfrey Chidyausiku’s successor is taking an increasingly factional dimension as the warring Zanu PF camps believe the head of the judiciary will play a pivotal role i…

[Zimbabwe Independent] The intense battle over the appointment of Chief Justice (CJ) Godfrey Chidyausiku's successor is taking an increasingly factional dimension as the warring Zanu PF camps believe the head of the judiciary will play a pivotal role in interpreting the ruling party and state constitutions in the event of disputes in the post-Mugabe era.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Prosecution Suffers Setback

[NEWS] The Judge of Criminal Court “B” Karboi K. Nuta Thursday denied prosecution request to be given additional time to produce police evidence against defendants Darlington George and James Tamba.

[NEWS] The Judge of Criminal Court "B" Karboi K. Nuta Thursday denied prosecution request to be given additional time to produce police evidence against defendants Darlington George and James Tamba.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Official Accused of Corruption Prevented From Traveling – Reports

[NEWS] Ever since news emerged about his alleged casino investment in Bangui, Central Africa Republic (CAR), Sebastian Muah continues to face media scrutiny over his foreign investment.

[NEWS] Ever since news emerged about his alleged casino investment in Bangui, Central Africa Republic (CAR), Sebastian Muah continues to face media scrutiny over his foreign investment.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ghana School Feeding Programme to Recruit New Caterers

[Ghana Govt.] As part of plans to expand the beneficiaries on the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) to 1.3 million, the programme intends to recruit new caterers to meet that demand.

[Ghana Govt.] As part of plans to expand the beneficiaries on the Ghana School Feeding Programme (GSFP) to 1.3 million, the programme intends to recruit new caterers to meet that demand.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Chanda Chimba Opts Out Of His Appeal

Freelance journalist Chanda Chimba III has abandoned his appeal in conviction for his production of the Stand Up for Zambia documentaries. On November, 28 the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court slapped a two-year jail sentence with hard labour on Chimba III for … Continued

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Freelance journalist Chanda Chimba III has abandoned his appeal in conviction for his production of the Stand Up for Zambia documentaries. On November, 28 the Lusaka Magistrate’s Court slapped a two-year jail sentence with hard labour on Chimba III for producing the defamatory documentary “Stand up for Zambia†and disposing of property suspected to be proceeds of crime. Ndola principal resident magistrate Obbister Musukwa, sitting in Lusaka, convicted Chimba and acquitted his co-accused, former Minister of Information and Broadcasting Services Ronnie Shikapwasha and his former permanent secretary Sam Phiri, of abuse of authority of office. Lieutenant-General Shikapwasha, Dr Phiri and Chimba were jointly charged with abuse of authority of office, unlawful publication and possession of property suspected to be proceeds of crime. Chimba has filed a notice of appeal in the High Court but abandoned that course of action after he was denied bail pending appeal. Magistrate Musukwa denied Chimba bail on account that his appeal had little chance of success in the High Court. Chimba will now serve his two year jail term. The post Chanda Chimba Opts Out Of His Appeal appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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