We’re Doing Good Work, Chinese Companies in Kenya Say

[Nation] Large Chinese companies operating in Kenya want the public to know that they are doing good, operate on principles and want to help Kenyans and be model partners for communities.

[Nation] Large Chinese companies operating in Kenya want the public to know that they are doing good, operate on principles and want to help Kenyans and be model partners for communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenya, Tanzania Set Up Talks Over Tax Dispute

[East African] Kenya and Tanzania have agreed to hold a meeting from June 21 to 23 to iron out a tax dispute on wheat flour that is threatening to undermine regional integration.

[East African] Kenya and Tanzania have agreed to hold a meeting from June 21 to 23 to iron out a tax dispute on wheat flour that is threatening to undermine regional integration.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Leave Us Out of Your Biafra, Lagos Idoma Community Tells IPOB

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Idoma people of Benue State residing in Lagos have called on those agitating for the sovereign state of Biafra to leave Idoma people out of their agitation.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Idoma people of Benue State residing in Lagos have called on those agitating for the sovereign state of Biafra to leave Idoma people out of their agitation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kenya Chicken Out on Used Clothes Ban to Save U.S. Trade Deal

[East African] Kenya has retreated from a proposed ban on used clothes, reversed tariff increases and held confidential meetings with US officials ahead of a decision by Washington to review duty-free access for Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda to markets u…

[East African] Kenya has retreated from a proposed ban on used clothes, reversed tariff increases and held confidential meetings with US officials ahead of a decision by Washington to review duty-free access for Rwanda, Tanzania and Uganda to markets under the African Growth and Opportunity Act (Agoa).

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Deutsche Welle Slams Nigeria for Correspondent’s Detention

[Deutsche Welle] The detention and beating of a DW correspondent in Nigeria has prompted a protest note from Germany’s foreign broadcaster. Deutsche Welle has called on Nigeria “to hold the police officers involved accountable.”

[Deutsche Welle] The detention and beating of a DW correspondent in Nigeria has prompted a protest note from Germany's foreign broadcaster. Deutsche Welle has called on Nigeria "to hold the police officers involved accountable."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Deutsche Welle Correspondent’s Detention Draws Protest

[Deutsche Welle] The detention and beating of a DW correspondent in Nigeria has prompted a protest note from Germany’s foreign broadcaster. Deutsche Welle has called on Nigeria “to hold the police officers involved accountable.”

[Deutsche Welle] The detention and beating of a DW correspondent in Nigeria has prompted a protest note from Germany's foreign broadcaster. Deutsche Welle has called on Nigeria "to hold the police officers involved accountable."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

#GuptaLeaks May Be Biggest Democratic Crisis – Communist Party Chief

[News24Wire] The leaked Gupta emails may well be the biggest crisis South Africa has experienced since the dawn of democracy, South African Communist Party’s (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande said.

[News24Wire] The leaked Gupta emails may well be the biggest crisis South Africa has experienced since the dawn of democracy, South African Communist Party's (SACP) general secretary Blade Nzimande said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Operational Successes Nets a Total of 108 Suspects Over Past Weekend in Uitenhage Cluster

[SAPS] In order to prevent and combat crime that may threaten the safety and security of community members, police officials from the Uitenhage Cluster performed their duties in line with the Back to Basics approach. Members continued to clamp down on …

[SAPS] In order to prevent and combat crime that may threaten the safety and security of community members, police officials from the Uitenhage Cluster performed their duties in line with the Back to Basics approach. Members continued to clamp down on criminal activities over the past weekend, Friday, 23 June 2017 until Monday, 26 June 2017 and it resulted in the arrest of a total of 108 suspects on various charges.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa