Aiteo Group Splashes N2.5 Billion On Nigerian Football

[Vanguard] Nigeria’s foremost energy solutions company, Aiteo Group, on Wednesday signed a 5-Year partnership agreement with the Nigeria Football Federation, which has conferred on the company the title of Official Optimum Partner of the NFF.

[Vanguard] Nigeria's foremost energy solutions company, Aiteo Group, on Wednesday signed a 5-Year partnership agreement with the Nigeria Football Federation, which has conferred on the company the title of Official Optimum Partner of the NFF.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

U.S.$31,000 Theft Accused Cop Arrested

[New Zimbabwe] A FUGITIVE police officer who allegedly stole $31,000 from a Zambian national in connivance with two workmates has been arrested after being on the run for nearly a month.

[New Zimbabwe] A FUGITIVE police officer who allegedly stole $31,000 from a Zambian national in connivance with two workmates has been arrested after being on the run for nearly a month.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Vendors Benefit From Tobacco Farmers

[The Herald] The tobacco marketing season is characterised by a lot of activities outside the selling of the golden leaf. Most of the activities are beneficial to the economy whilst others are illicit.

[The Herald] The tobacco marketing season is characterised by a lot of activities outside the selling of the golden leaf. Most of the activities are beneficial to the economy whilst others are illicit.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Speaks On South African Police Minister Mbalula Utterances

[The Herald] Government yesterday urged South Africa to follow diplomatic channels if there were issues that need attention, saying the two countries enjoyed very cordial relations.

[The Herald] Government yesterday urged South Africa to follow diplomatic channels if there were issues that need attention, saying the two countries enjoyed very cordial relations.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former Boxer Chingangu Gets 6 Months for Housebreaking

Former heavyweight boxer Joseph ‘No Pressure’ Chingangu has been sentenced to six months imprisonment after being found guilty of house breaking. Chingangu has been at variance with the law and last year infamously got beaten by University of Zambia students … Continued

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Former heavyweight boxer Joseph ‘No Pressure’ Chingangu has been sentenced to six months imprisonment after being found guilty of house breaking. Chingangu has been at variance with the law and last year infamously got beaten by University of Zambia students after being caught trying to steal laptops. Magistrate Greenwell Malumani convicted Chingangu on the face of irrefutable evidence of having broken into the house of Joseph Lupenga on March 19, 2017. The boxer who once fought world faced Vladmir Klitchko at the peak of his powers offered to defence for the charge and opted to remain silent. The post Former Boxer Chingangu Gets 6 Months for Housebreaking appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Import Bill Reduced By U.S.$1 Billion

[The Herald] Nduduzo Tshuma -Zimbabwe has reduced its import bill by $1 billion since the enactment of Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016, which restricts the importation of locally available products, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. Officiall…

[The Herald] Nduduzo Tshuma -Zimbabwe has reduced its import bill by $1 billion since the enactment of Statutory Instrument 64 of 2016, which restricts the importation of locally available products, Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said. Officially opening the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) International Business Conference here yesterday, VP Mnangagwa said Government was working on long-term measures to complement SI64 to boost production and accelerate economic recovery.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare Giants Dynamos Beef Up Board

[The Herald] HARARE giants Dynamos, seeking to revive their fortunes during the 2017 season, have strengthened their administrative structures by adding new faces to both their executive committee and the board of directors.

[The Herald] HARARE giants Dynamos, seeking to revive their fortunes during the 2017 season, have strengthened their administrative structures by adding new faces to both their executive committee and the board of directors.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Musila Accuses Kalonzo for Loss to Malombe

[Nation] Kitui senator David Musila has blamed Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka for his loss in the contest for the party’s Kitui gubernatorial ticket and promised to consult his supporters on his next political move.

[Nation] Kitui senator David Musila has blamed Wiper Party Leader Kalonzo Musyoka for his loss in the contest for the party's Kitui gubernatorial ticket and promised to consult his supporters on his next political move.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Death Toll in Malili Crash Now 8

[Nation] Death toll in the Thursday morning crash involving a mini bus and a lorry near Malili shopping centre on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway has risen to eight.

[Nation] Death toll in the Thursday morning crash involving a mini bus and a lorry near Malili shopping centre on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway has risen to eight.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya