Army Denies Blocking UN Convoy in Troubled Town

[East African] South Sudan’s army, the Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) has dismissed claims that it blocked a United Nation’s mission convoy from entering Pajok town in Imatong State where rebels and government forces clashed on April 3.

[East African] South Sudan's army, the Sudan People Liberation Army (SPLA) has dismissed claims that it blocked a United Nation's mission convoy from entering Pajok town in Imatong State where rebels and government forces clashed on April 3.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Rwandair Boss Dropped

[East African] A Cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame on Wednesday removed John Mirenge as the chief executive officer of national carrier RwandAir, replacing him with Col Chance Ndagano in an acting capacity.

[East African] A Cabinet meeting chaired by President Paul Kagame on Wednesday removed John Mirenge as the chief executive officer of national carrier RwandAir, replacing him with Col Chance Ndagano in an acting capacity.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

No Secret Ballot for Motion of No Confidence Vote – Speaker

[News24Wire] The Speaker of Parliament has no powers to decide if a motion of no confidence vote should be conducted through a secret ballot or not, Speaker Baleka Mbete has said.

[News24Wire] The Speaker of Parliament has no powers to decide if a motion of no confidence vote should be conducted through a secret ballot or not, Speaker Baleka Mbete has said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Chase Bank Owners Fault CBK’s Plan to Sell Stake

[East African] Troubled Chase Bank shareholders have written a protest letter to the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) asking to be part of ongoing negotiations to sell some of the bank’s shares to a deep-pocketed investor.

[East African] Troubled Chase Bank shareholders have written a protest letter to the Central Bank of Kenya (CBK) asking to be part of ongoing negotiations to sell some of the bank's shares to a deep-pocketed investor.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Drug Firm Ciplaqcil Plans to Sell 31pc Stake in IPO On Uganda Bourse

[East African] Ugandan drug manufacturer Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Ltd (CiplaQCIL) is to list 31.1 per cent of its shares on the local bourse, but the transaction value and share price remain unknown as the company awaits regulatory approvals f…

[East African] Ugandan drug manufacturer Cipla Quality Chemical Industries Ltd (CiplaQCIL) is to list 31.1 per cent of its shares on the local bourse, but the transaction value and share price remain unknown as the company awaits regulatory approvals for its equity offer.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Seeks to Cut Bourse Trading Cost of M-Akiba

[East African] Kenya is looking at modalities of reducing the cost of trading in the M-Akiba bond on the Nairobi Securities Exchange to boost the liquidity of the mobile-based debt instrument.

[East African] Kenya is looking at modalities of reducing the cost of trading in the M-Akiba bond on the Nairobi Securities Exchange to boost the liquidity of the mobile-based debt instrument.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

‘Border Control From Hell’ Report Targets EU Funding in Sudan

[Deutsche Welle] According to a new report published by the US-based Enough Project, Sudan’s infamous Janjaweed militia force is now being used to control Sudan’s borders, with financial support from an EU migration management program.

[Deutsche Welle] According to a new report published by the US-based Enough Project, Sudan's infamous Janjaweed militia force is now being used to control Sudan's borders, with financial support from an EU migration management program.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan