Soccer – Yanga CAF Mission in Limbo

[Daily News] YOUNG Africans face an uphill task in CAF Champions League as they will need to overcome a 2-1 loss they suffered to Township Rollers of Botswana at the National Stadium yesterday.

[Daily News] YOUNG Africans face an uphill task in CAF Champions League as they will need to overcome a 2-1 loss they suffered to Township Rollers of Botswana at the National Stadium yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Auditor General Submits More Files to Anti Corruption Body

[Nyasa Times] The office of the Auditor General has confirmed that 54 more files has been completed and passed on to the graft-busting body Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) for investigations on the audit query of K236 billion Cashgate, the country’s large…

[Nyasa Times] The office of the Auditor General has confirmed that 54 more files has been completed and passed on to the graft-busting body Anti Corruption Bureau (ACB) for investigations on the audit query of K236 billion Cashgate, the country's largest financial scandal suspected to have occurred between January 2009 and December 2014.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Sierra Leoneans Vote for New President

[New Democrat] Sierra Leoneans turned out in reasonable numbers at polling stations on Wednesday to elect their country’s new president, members of parliament and local councils in the fourth cycle of elections since the civil war in 2002.

[New Democrat] Sierra Leoneans turned out in reasonable numbers at polling stations on Wednesday to elect their country's new president, members of parliament and local councils in the fourth cycle of elections since the civil war in 2002.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Govt to Scrap Preferential Tax

[Namibian] Manufacturers in Namibia will no longer get special treatment of paying less tax than everyone else as the policy will be reviewed in an attempt to phase out the preferential tax system.

[Namibian] Manufacturers in Namibia will no longer get special treatment of paying less tax than everyone else as the policy will be reviewed in an attempt to phase out the preferential tax system.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Aduana Squeeze Past Setif

[CAF] A 72nd minute penalty converted by substitute Sam Adams was enough for Ghana Champions Aduana Stars to record victory over a tactically disciplined ES Setif on Wednesday in Dormaa.

[CAF] A 72nd minute penalty converted by substitute Sam Adams was enough for Ghana Champions Aduana Stars to record victory over a tactically disciplined ES Setif on Wednesday in Dormaa.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Scorpio – McKinsey’s Double Jeopardy Conundrum Over R1 Billion Payback to Eskom

[Daily Maverick] McKinsey & Co’s offer to pay back that controversial R1-billion to Eskom is not quite as clear-cut as the global consulting firm has made out. It has a catch – one that sounds more like a get-out-of-jail free card. By JESSICA BEZUIDENHOUT for SCORPIO.

[Daily Maverick] McKinsey & Co's offer to pay back that controversial R1-billion to Eskom is not quite as clear-cut as the global consulting firm has made out. It has a catch - one that sounds more like a get-out-of-jail free card. By JESSICA BEZUIDENHOUT for SCORPIO.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Zambia Officially Bars Zodwa – ‘Your Naked Dance Against Public Interest’

[Zambia Reports] Zambia has officially announced South African entertainer Zodwa Wabantu is not welcome to perform in the country because her pantless stage performance was against public interest.

[Zambia Reports] Zambia has officially announced South African entertainer Zodwa Wabantu is not welcome to perform in the country because her pantless stage performance was against public interest.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Pakistani Men Wanted By Immigration

[Namibian] Immigration officials are looking for two Pakistani nationals who entered the country illegally under the pretence of coming to work for Namibian companies, one of which is the Namibian Ports Authority.

[Namibian] Immigration officials are looking for two Pakistani nationals who entered the country illegally under the pretence of coming to work for Namibian companies, one of which is the Namibian Ports Authority.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia