Govt Charges European Union

[Iwacu] The Burundian government accuses the European Union of attempting to change the regime in Burundi. The EU denounces the accusations saying they are false.

[Iwacu] The Burundian government accuses the European Union of attempting to change the regime in Burundi. The EU denounces the accusations saying they are false.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Taifa Stars’ Mayanga to Unveil Cosafa Squad

[Daily News] Taifa Stars head coach Salum Mayanga will today unveil his squad as he turns his focus to the forthcoming COSAFA Senior Challenge Cup slated for South Africa from June 25, this year.

[Daily News] Taifa Stars head coach Salum Mayanga will today unveil his squad as he turns his focus to the forthcoming COSAFA Senior Challenge Cup slated for South Africa from June 25, this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

National Bank Receives Sh3 Billion Loan From NSSF

[Nation] National Bank #ticker:NBK on Monday received a Sh2.9 billion shareholder loan from the National Social Security Fund amid reports that KCB Group #ticker:KCB plans to acquire a majority stake in the troubled mid-tier lender.

[Nation] National Bank #ticker:NBK on Monday received a Sh2.9 billion shareholder loan from the National Social Security Fund amid reports that KCB Group #ticker:KCB plans to acquire a majority stake in the troubled mid-tier lender.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Over 269 000 Online Applications As Gauteng Deadline Looms

[News24Wire] Gauteng’s education department recorded a total of 269 676 online admission applications for grades one and eight for the 2018 academic year as the portal drew to a close at 00:00 on Tuesday, it said.

[News24Wire] Gauteng's education department recorded a total of 269 676 online admission applications for grades one and eight for the 2018 academic year as the portal drew to a close at 00:00 on Tuesday, it said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mozambicans Embrace Bond Notes, Trade Them in Black Market

[New Zimbabwe] As Zimbabwe continues to grapple with cash shortages with banks limiting daily withdrawals to as little as $80 per week, bond notes have flooded the Mozambican markets.

[New Zimbabwe] As Zimbabwe continues to grapple with cash shortages with banks limiting daily withdrawals to as little as $80 per week, bond notes have flooded the Mozambican markets.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique