‘Eviction of Villagers By Grace Mugabe Illegal, Must Stop’

[New Zimbabwe] The on-going evictions at Arnold Farm are unconstitutional and government must reverse the relocation of villagers, says the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC).

[New Zimbabwe] The on-going evictions at Arnold Farm are unconstitutional and government must reverse the relocation of villagers, says the Zimbabwe Human Rights Commission (ZHRC).

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Joyce Banda Asks High Court to Nullify Warrant of Arrest

[Nyasa Times] Malawi’s immediate-past president Joyce Banda is asking the High Court to nullify the warrant of arrest issued by Malawi Police in connection with the country’s “Cashgate” corruption scandal, which involved large-scale looting of governme…

[Nyasa Times] Malawi's immediate-past president Joyce Banda is asking the High Court to nullify the warrant of arrest issued by Malawi Police in connection with the country's "Cashgate" corruption scandal, which involved large-scale looting of government coffers.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Uganda Poultry Ban Lifted, but Some Restrictions Remain

[East African] Kenya plans to institute tough measures on imports of poultry products from Uganda even as it lifted restrictions imposed in January following an outbreak of bird flu.

[East African] Kenya plans to institute tough measures on imports of poultry products from Uganda even as it lifted restrictions imposed in January following an outbreak of bird flu.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Customs Agents Making Business At the Sirare Border Post Impossible

[East African] Moses Ishirima is spending his third day at the Sirare border crossing, southwestern Kenya, waiting for his employer to send him $300 for a transit licence to enter Tanzania.

[East African] Moses Ishirima is spending his third day at the Sirare border crossing, southwestern Kenya, waiting for his employer to send him $300 for a transit licence to enter Tanzania.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Kroll Calls for UK Action on Credit Suisse

[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Kroll suggests that Credit Suisse may have violated British Law by failing to undertake an adequate due diligence enquiry on the loans to ProIndicus and Ematum. It calls on the attorney general’s office (Procurad…

[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Kroll suggests that Credit Suisse may have violated British Law by failing to undertake an adequate due diligence enquiry on the loans to ProIndicus and Ematum. It calls on the attorney general's office (Procuradoria-Geral da Republica, PGR) to "request, under the Mutual Legal Assistance arrangements in criminal matters, that the UK Authorities request the details of enhanced due diligence documentation from Credit Suisse." Kroll also calls on the PRG to formally request the security services (SISE, Servic

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Statement By the Spokesperson On the General Elections in Angola

[EASS] On 23 august 2017, the people of Angola elected their representatives to the National Assembly and consequently to the Presidency, in the country’s third general election since peace was re-established in 2002. The election marks an important mo…

[EASS] On 23 august 2017, the people of Angola elected their representatives to the National Assembly and consequently to the Presidency, in the country's third general election since peace was re-established in 2002. The election marks an important moment of political transition in the country. Voters went to the polls in large numbers in a peaceful atmosphere, demonstrating their commitment to democracy. Moreover, this highly contested election was marked by an efficient organisation of the voting process.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Statement By the Spokesperson On the General Elections in Angola

[PR Newswire] Brussels -On 23 august 2017, the people of Angola elected their representatives to the National Assembly and consequently to the Presidency, in the country’s third general election since peace was re-established in 2002. The election mark…

[PR Newswire] Brussels -On 23 august 2017, the people of Angola elected their representatives to the National Assembly and consequently to the Presidency, in the country's third general election since peace was re-established in 2002. The election marks an important moment of political transition in the country. Voters went to the polls in large numbers in a peaceful atmosphere, demonstrating their commitment to democracy. Moreover, this highly contested election was marked by an efficient organisation of the voting process.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

President Orders Use of Sniffer Dogs to Track VIPs at Airport

[Observer] President Museveni, keen to stop the rampant illegal drugs and ivory trafficking through Entebbe International airport, has directed that all travellers’ luggage should be checked by sniffer dogs.

[Observer] President Museveni, keen to stop the rampant illegal drugs and ivory trafficking through Entebbe International airport, has directed that all travellers' luggage should be checked by sniffer dogs.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

IGG Stops Shs 20bn Payment to Minerals Minister Lokeris’ Sons

[Observer] The inspector general of government (IGG), Irene Mulyagonja, has written to the secretary to the Treasury, Keith Muhakanizi, halting the payment of billions of shillings to Welt Engineering Ltd, a company owned by sons of Peter Lokeris, the …

[Observer] The inspector general of government (IGG), Irene Mulyagonja, has written to the secretary to the Treasury, Keith Muhakanizi, halting the payment of billions of shillings to Welt Engineering Ltd, a company owned by sons of Peter Lokeris, the minister of state for Minerals.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda