Pastor Indicted for Trial Over Wife’s Murder

[The Herald] A Living Waters Ministries pastor from Beatrice, accused of murdering his wife two years ago, was yesterday indicted to appear at the High Court on July 19 for trial.

[The Herald] A Living Waters Ministries pastor from Beatrice, accused of murdering his wife two years ago, was yesterday indicted to appear at the High Court on July 19 for trial.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sokoto’s Monthly IGR Rises By N630 Million

[Daily Trust] Sokoto -Sokoto State’s internally generated revenue has risen from N200 million to N830 million monthly, the chairman, Interim Management Committee State Revenue Board, Alhaji Aminu Dalhatu, has revealed.

[Daily Trust] Sokoto -Sokoto State's internally generated revenue has risen from N200 million to N830 million monthly, the chairman, Interim Management Committee State Revenue Board, Alhaji Aminu Dalhatu, has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Revenue Authority Workers Challenge ‘Selective’ Lifestyle Audits

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority Trade Union (ZIMRATU), a representative of the taxman’s workers, has objected to lifestyle audits targeting lower ranking staff saying the exercise must start from the bigwigs, who are living lavishly.

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Revenue Authority Trade Union (ZIMRATU), a representative of the taxman's workers, has objected to lifestyle audits targeting lower ranking staff saying the exercise must start from the bigwigs, who are living lavishly.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Group Decries N17.4 Billion Budget for Fuel, Generators in MDAs

[Guardian] Abuja -The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth (ERA/FoEN) has condemned the resolve to spend N17,397,470,115 billion on purchase of fuel and generators for Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) during the 2017 fiscal year.

[Guardian] Abuja -The Environmental Rights Action/Friends of the Earth (ERA/FoEN) has condemned the resolve to spend N17,397,470,115 billion on purchase of fuel and generators for Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) during the 2017 fiscal year.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘Sub-Saharan Africa to Spend $59m On Diabetes By 2030’

[Daily Trust] A new study suggests the cost of diabetes burden in sub-Saharan Africa could more than double, costing the region up to $59.3 million a year by 2030, if type 2 diabetes cases continues to grow.

[Daily Trust] A new study suggests the cost of diabetes burden in sub-Saharan Africa could more than double, costing the region up to $59.3 million a year by 2030, if type 2 diabetes cases continues to grow.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Middlemen ‘Hijack’ Grain Marketing Board Depots

[The Herald] Grain Marketing Board (GMB) officials are reportedly facilitating the buying and storage of grain at silos by some middlemen, who now enjoy VIP status. Once it is known that the grain belongs to the middlemen, some of them remaining white …

[The Herald] Grain Marketing Board (GMB) officials are reportedly facilitating the buying and storage of grain at silos by some middlemen, who now enjoy VIP status. Once it is known that the grain belongs to the middlemen, some of them remaining white farmers, it automatically evades rigorous scrutiny that has frustrated other farmers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Theatre Review – Brel – Spilling Out the Deepest, Darkest Emotions

[Daily Maverick] When the world all around you seems to be in turmoil, the music of Jacques Brel is somehow comforting. The tumbling lyrics of his songs remind you that life always has been and always will be a tussle, a drama, a disappointment, a riot…

[Daily Maverick] When the world all around you seems to be in turmoil, the music of Jacques Brel is somehow comforting. The tumbling lyrics of his songs remind you that life always has been and always will be a tussle, a drama, a disappointment, a riot. And that if it isn't, you're short-changing yourself emotionally.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Burning Buses Not Solution to Accidents,’ – Sekou Kamara

[Observer] Sekou Kamara, a driver of one of the yellow American school buses popular known as ‘Killer Bean,’ says angry residents burning buses whenever there is a tragic accident is not the solution to the problem.

[Observer] Sekou Kamara, a driver of one of the yellow American school buses popular known as 'Killer Bean,' says angry residents burning buses whenever there is a tragic accident is not the solution to the problem.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Pastors, Apostles, Prophets Endorse Dr. Mills Jones

[Observer] The Destiny Ministers for Excellence, a group of Christian organizations in Monrovia, has endorsed the presidential bid of former Central Bank Governor Dr. Joseph Mills Jones.

[Observer] The Destiny Ministers for Excellence, a group of Christian organizations in Monrovia, has endorsed the presidential bid of former Central Bank Governor Dr. Joseph Mills Jones.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Disability Shouldn’t Stop You From Excelling in Life’

[Observer] The deputy minister for planning and research at the Ministry of Health, Yah M. Zolia, told graduates at the J. W. Harris Memorial High School on the Bushrod Island that disability and poverty should not be justifications for not excelling i…

[Observer] The deputy minister for planning and research at the Ministry of Health, Yah M. Zolia, told graduates at the J. W. Harris Memorial High School on the Bushrod Island that disability and poverty should not be justifications for not excelling in life.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia