Police Officer Gets 8 Years for Attempted Robbery

[Malawi News Agency] Ntcheu -Ntcheu First Grade Magistrate Court on Tuesday sentenced Constable Raphael Banda, 38, to eight years Imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL) for attempted robbery.

[Malawi News Agency] Ntcheu -Ntcheu First Grade Magistrate Court on Tuesday sentenced Constable Raphael Banda, 38, to eight years Imprisonment with Hard Labour (IHL) for attempted robbery.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

East Africa’s Investors Shun Govt Securities

[Daily News] BANK of Tanzania has said participation from East African region in buying government securities is still very low, despite lifting the capital account restriction some three years ago.

[Daily News] BANK of Tanzania has said participation from East African region in buying government securities is still very low, despite lifting the capital account restriction some three years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Woman Fined for Scalding Niece and Nephew

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Neno Second Grade Magistrate Court Monday determined that Ruth Khumulike, 31, pays a K100, 000 fine for burning the hands of her niece and nephew.

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -Neno Second Grade Magistrate Court Monday determined that Ruth Khumulike, 31, pays a K100, 000 fine for burning the hands of her niece and nephew.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

NSE Falters As New Products Fail to Bring in Investors

[East African] Stocks in Kenya fell 21 per cent last year as investors ignored efforts by capital markets regulators to bring in new products to boost trade on the market, which has been hit hard by a prolonged bear run.

[East African] Stocks in Kenya fell 21 per cent last year as investors ignored efforts by capital markets regulators to bring in new products to boost trade on the market, which has been hit hard by a prolonged bear run.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

400 Tanzanian Medics Apply for Jobs

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzanian doctors who have applied to work in Kenya yesterday broke their silence, explaining their expectations of working in the neighbouring country.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzanian doctors who have applied to work in Kenya yesterday broke their silence, explaining their expectations of working in the neighbouring country.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Brother, Sister Perish As Vehicle Runs Down Pupils

[Daily News] PUPILS from the same family, Oliveta Sepe alias Riziki (Standard Four -13) and Aidan Sepe (Standard Three -10), both attending Mtimbwa Primary School at Kasense Ward in Sumbawanga municipality, Rukwa region, died after being knocked down b…

[Daily News] PUPILS from the same family, Oliveta Sepe alias Riziki (Standard Four -13) and Aidan Sepe (Standard Three -10), both attending Mtimbwa Primary School at Kasense Ward in Sumbawanga municipality, Rukwa region, died after being knocked down by a speeding passenger vehicle.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Opposition Shunning Public Media, Claims Amos Chanda

State House has charged that it is by choice that the opposition is not accessing public media under President Edgar Lungu’s administration. The President’s Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations, Amos Chanda says just like the ruling party has … Continued

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State House has charged that it is by choice that the opposition is not accessing public media under President Edgar Lungu’s administration. The President’s Special Assistant for Press and Public Relations, Amos Chanda says just like the ruling party has a choice to be covered by whichever media house, the opposition too has a similar choice. Chanda states that it cannot be the responsibility of government to tell the opposition to issue statements through the media. Chanda says it is up to individual political parties to decide whether they want to issue statements through the public media or not. He was responding to accusations by MMD faction leader Nevers Mumba that government has stopped the public media from providing coverage to the opposition under President Lungu’s administration. And Chanda says President’s strategy to uproot moral decay in Zambia was well outlined in his recent speech to Parliament. He says President Lungu has basically called for moral consciousness among the people of Zambia. The post Opposition Shunning Public Media, Claims Amos Chanda appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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