Nakumatt Takes 500 million Kenyan Shillings Loan Ahead of Share Sale

[Monitor] Nairobi -Retail chain Nakumatt Holdings has raised KSh500 million (Shs17b) through a short- term loan in a deal expected to pave the way for entry of a deep-pocketed strategic investor into the business.

[Monitor] Nairobi -Retail chain Nakumatt Holdings has raised KSh500 million (Shs17b) through a short- term loan in a deal expected to pave the way for entry of a deep-pocketed strategic investor into the business.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Brother of Former President’s Home Raided

[Premium Times] Security operatives, Wednesday evening, laid siege on an Abuja house belonging to a brother-in-law to Nigeria’s former president Goodluck Jonathan, sources close to the former leader confirmed to PREMIUM TIMES.

[Premium Times] Security operatives, Wednesday evening, laid siege on an Abuja house belonging to a brother-in-law to Nigeria's former president Goodluck Jonathan, sources close to the former leader confirmed to PREMIUM TIMES.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why We Are Not Excited About Soroti Solar Project

[Monitor] So government apologists have been going on and on about the Soroti Solar Project and how it is the biggest in East Africa and how Ugandans would have been celebrating it if it was Rwanda that had it.

[Monitor] So government apologists have been going on and on about the Soroti Solar Project and how it is the biggest in East Africa and how Ugandans would have been celebrating it if it was Rwanda that had it.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Baba Harare Leaves Jah Prayzah

[The Herald] Jah Prayzah’s lead guitarist Braveman Chizvino, AKA Baba Harare, has left the Third Generation Band. Baba Harare confirmed he was leaving the group to embark on a solo career.

[The Herald] Jah Prayzah's lead guitarist Braveman Chizvino, AKA Baba Harare, has left the Third Generation Band. Baba Harare confirmed he was leaving the group to embark on a solo career.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition – Jammeh ‘Will Stand Alone’

[Deutsche Welle] Gambia’s outgoing President Yahya Jammeh has two more weeks to go, yet he says he is not leaving office, causing increasing tension. DW spoke to Halifa Sallah, the spokesperson for the opposition coalition.

[Deutsche Welle] Gambia's outgoing President Yahya Jammeh has two more weeks to go, yet he says he is not leaving office, causing increasing tension. DW spoke to Halifa Sallah, the spokesperson for the opposition coalition.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Trial of Obiang’s Son Postponed

[Deutsche Welle] A French court decided to adjourn the corruption trial of the son of Equatorial Guinea’s president until June 19. Proceedings in the case against Teodorin Obiang have come to a halt two days after they had begun.

[Deutsche Welle] A French court decided to adjourn the corruption trial of the son of Equatorial Guinea's president until June 19. Proceedings in the case against Teodorin Obiang have come to a halt two days after they had begun.

source: AllAfrica News: Equatorial Guinea

Floods Leave 10,000 Homeless

[Al Jazeera] At least 10,000 people have been made homeless in the southern Democratic Republic of Congo after flash floods caused a river to burst its banks, killing dozens and laying waste to entire towns and villages.

[Al Jazeera] At least 10,000 people have been made homeless in the southern Democratic Republic of Congo after flash floods caused a river to burst its banks, killing dozens and laying waste to entire towns and villages.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Should You Buy or Build Your House?

[Monitor] The question of which is the better alternative as regards building or buying is evidently not a simple one as both sides clearly have their pros and cons. There are some tips you can follow that can help you come to a logical conclusion as t…

[Monitor] The question of which is the better alternative as regards building or buying is evidently not a simple one as both sides clearly have their pros and cons. There are some tips you can follow that can help you come to a logical conclusion as to which option best suits you or your family.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Army Chief Backs Jammeh

[Deutsche Welle] Gambia’s top military commander has restated his loyalty to long-time President Yahya Jammeh, despite his election defeat. Previously, several African states warned they might send in troops if Jammeh ignores the result.

[Deutsche Welle] Gambia's top military commander has restated his loyalty to long-time President Yahya Jammeh, despite his election defeat. Previously, several African states warned they might send in troops if Jammeh ignores the result.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia