Hearts Draw Again At Cape Coast

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Hearts of Oak could only pick up a point against Dwarfs as the search for their first three points of the season continued. The Phobians drew their first two games of the season and where looking for their first three points.

[Ghanaian Chronicle] Hearts of Oak could only pick up a point against Dwarfs as the search for their first three points of the season continued. The Phobians drew their first two games of the season and where looking for their first three points.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Egypt’s Tourist Numbers Increase By 25 Pct. in Dec. Year-On-Year – Central Bank

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -The number of tourists visiting Egypt increased by 25 per cent year-on-year in December to reach 551,000, according to central bank data.

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -The number of tourists visiting Egypt increased by 25 per cent year-on-year in December to reach 551,000, according to central bank data.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Gambian International Technical Swimming Officer Appointed to Fasu Sub-Committee

[The Point] Yorro Njie, the Secretary General of Gambia Swimming Association, who doubles as the president of the Gambia National University Sport Federation, has recently been appointed by the Federation of Africa University Sports (FASU) in its Techn…

[The Point] Yorro Njie, the Secretary General of Gambia Swimming Association, who doubles as the president of the Gambia National University Sport Federation, has recently been appointed by the Federation of Africa University Sports (FASU) in its Technical and Sports Regulation Committee (TSRC) as a swimming technician.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Giba Pays Courtesy Call On Information Minister

[Ghana Govt.] The Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association (GIBA) has appealed to Government to speed up the process of passing the Right to Information (RTI) and the Broadcasting Bills into law to help protect and project the Ghanaian media content.

[Ghana Govt.] The Ghana Independent Broadcasters Association (GIBA) has appealed to Government to speed up the process of passing the Right to Information (RTI) and the Broadcasting Bills into law to help protect and project the Ghanaian media content.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Ghana Remains Committed to Global Standards in Human Rights Practices – Information Minister

[Ghana Govt.] Ghana has signed onto many United Nations Human Rights Conventions and remains committed to internationally accepted standards in human rights practices and respect for fundamental human rights, the Minister for Information, Mr Mustapha A…

[Ghana Govt.] Ghana has signed onto many United Nations Human Rights Conventions and remains committed to internationally accepted standards in human rights practices and respect for fundamental human rights, the Minister for Information, Mr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has stated.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

HM the King Sends Thanks Letter to Zambian Pres. Following Official Visit to Zambia

[MAP] Rabat -HM King Mohammed VI sent a letter of thanks to the President of the Republic of Zambia, H.E. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, following the Sovereign’s official visit to Zambia.

[MAP] Rabat -HM King Mohammed VI sent a letter of thanks to the President of the Republic of Zambia, H.E. Edgar Chagwa Lungu, following the Sovereign's official visit to Zambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Justice Portfolio Committee Calls for Inputs On Traditional Courts Bill

[Parliament of South Africa] The Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services has called on all stakeholders and interested persons to make written submissions on the Traditional Courts Bill [B1- 2017].

[Parliament of South Africa] The Portfolio Committee on Justice and Correctional Services has called on all stakeholders and interested persons to make written submissions on the Traditional Courts Bill [B1- 2017].

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Improve Your Oversight Over State-Owned Companies – Committee Chairperson

[Parliament of South Africa] If there are no consequences for the mismanagement of procurement policy, among other things, the application of the turnaround strategy at any company will be rendered useless, the Chairperson of the Select Committee on Co…

[Parliament of South Africa] If there are no consequences for the mismanagement of procurement policy, among other things, the application of the turnaround strategy at any company will be rendered useless, the Chairperson of the Select Committee on Communications and Public Enterprises, Ms Ellen Prins, told the Deputy Minister of Public Enterprises, Mr Bulelani Magwanishe.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Corruption Legend Issa Hayatou Arrives In Zambia, Faces Some Brave Zambian Journalists

Confederation of African Football President Issa Hayatou famed for building an empire laden with corrupt activities has arrived in Zambia for the Total Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Zambia kicking off on Sunday. Hayatou was accompanied by a corrupt … Continued

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Confederation of African Football President Issa Hayatou famed for building an empire laden with corrupt activities has arrived in Zambia for the Total Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Zambia kicking off on Sunday. Hayatou was accompanied by a corrupt Zambian legen Kalusha Bwalya. Their careers in football administration are haunted by corrupt activities but they both remain in office and seek re-election. Hayatou is competing with Zimbabwe’s Robert Mugabe and may stretch his stay in office to 34 years if he wins next month’s election. Mugabe is at 37 years in office. And FAZ president Andrew Kamanga has said the arrival of Hayatou had laid to rest any doubts about Zambia not being ready to host the tournament. Hayatou was on the same flight with Kamanga. They arrived at 12:10 aboard South African Airways in the company of CAF Vice President Almamy Camara, Executive Committee member Kalusha Bwalya among other members on his entourage. Hayatou granted a rare interview saying that he was not in Zambia to campaign for elections that are due next month. He took it all in with cautious guard when he was asked whether he was going to lobby Zambia to vote for during the elections that will see Madagascan FA Chief Ahmad Ahmad challenging him. “We gave the tournament to Zambia four years ago so there is no relationship between the organization of this tournament and elections,†he said. “Besides the president of FAZ is a friend before everything.†The FAZ President told journalists that the country was ready to host the tournament that will see eight countries do battle. “We are ready as you can see the CAF president is here. First of all, we would like to welcome him to Zambia. The Vice is also here Game. All those that doubted that Zambia is not ready to host the games this is a good sign that we are now ready,†he said. The tournament kicks off on Sunday with Zambia facing Guinea in Group A in the opening match while Mali will play Egypt in the second game. Group B matches will kick off on Monday with Senegal facing Sudan while Cameroun will square off with South Africa. Tickets for the tournament are no sale across Shoprite outlets and Zampost offices and are going for K10 and K20 for open wing while VIP seats will attract a K200 charge. The post Corruption Legend Issa Hayatou Arrives In Zambia, Faces Some Brave Zambian Journalists appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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