Nigerian Stock Market Appreciates Marginally By 0.01 Per Cent

[Premium Times] Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, opened for the week on Monday with a marginal gain of 0.01 per cent due to cautious trading by investors.

[Premium Times] Activities on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, opened for the week on Monday with a marginal gain of 0.01 per cent due to cautious trading by investors.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Stonebwoy Teams Up With Trey Songz

[Ghana Star] Ghana’s Stonebwoy did mount the #CokeStudioAfrica stage yet again, this time, in the company of Vanessa, Neyma, Stonebwoy, Lij Michael, Nyashinski, and American RNB superstar Trey Songz.

[Ghana Star] Ghana's Stonebwoy did mount the #CokeStudioAfrica stage yet again, this time, in the company of Vanessa, Neyma, Stonebwoy, Lij Michael, Nyashinski, and American RNB superstar Trey Songz.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Head Teachers Urged to Fight Corruption

[Monitor] State minister for higher education John Chrysestom Muyingo has asked the newly appointed secondary school head teachers to spearhead the war against corruption in the schools they will be leading.

[Monitor] State minister for higher education John Chrysestom Muyingo has asked the newly appointed secondary school head teachers to spearhead the war against corruption in the schools they will be leading.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Fake’ Thumb-Print Ballots Won’t Count

[Ghana Star] The Electoral Commission says fake ballots thumb-printed for president John Dramani Mahama would not count as valid votes even if they found their way into the ballot box.

[Ghana Star] The Electoral Commission says fake ballots thumb-printed for president John Dramani Mahama would not count as valid votes even if they found their way into the ballot box.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Jailed Mwaliteta Begs For Freedom

Incarcerated former Lusaka Province minister Obvious Mwaliteta and four others were back in court today over the armed robbery charges. Mwaliteta has been holed up at Lusaka Central province from August 14 after him and a group of opposition UPND … Continued

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Incarcerated former Lusaka Province minister Obvious Mwaliteta and four others were back in court today over the armed robbery charges. Mwaliteta has been holed up at Lusaka Central province from August 14 after him and a group of opposition UPND cadres were arrested for having taken their displeasure with results a little too far by confiscating materials from the Electoral Commission of Zambia staff. When the matter came up in the Lusaka High Court Mwaliteta and his co-accused pleaded not guilty. The Lusaka High Court has set December 13th and 14th as dates for commencement of trial. On the Lusaka High Court will hear Mwaliteta’s application for Constitutional bail. Last month Copperbelt UPND chairperson Elisha Matambo who was facing similar charges was released on a nolle prosequi. The post Jailed Mwaliteta Begs For Freedom appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports