Factions Battle for Control of PDP Secretariat

[Guardian] Abuja and Asaba -The crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) took a turn for the worse yesterday as the two factions battled for the control of the organisation’s national secretariat in Abuja.

[Guardian] Abuja and Asaba -The crisis rocking the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) took a turn for the worse yesterday as the two factions battled for the control of the organisation's national secretariat in Abuja.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Over 12,000 Jostle for 1,900 Teaching Jobs in Katsina

[Leadership] No fewer than 12, 000 applicants participated in the aptitude test and screening to fill vacancies following the retirement of 1,938 teachers in primary and secondary schools across the state.

[Leadership] No fewer than 12, 000 applicants participated in the aptitude test and screening to fill vacancies following the retirement of 1,938 teachers in primary and secondary schools across the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Unrelenting Efforts By Eastern Cape SAPS Continue to Yield Good Results

[SAPS] King William’s Town -Unrelenting efforts by Eastern Cape SAPS over the past week paid off when 1 375 suspects were arrested for various crimes ranging from murder, robberies, assault GBH, other serious crimes and crimes detected as a result of p…

[SAPS] King William's Town -Unrelenting efforts by Eastern Cape SAPS over the past week paid off when 1 375 suspects were arrested for various crimes ranging from murder, robberies, assault GBH, other serious crimes and crimes detected as a result of police action (258). Police also recovered 880 mandrax tablets, 42 g of dagga, 5 645 dagga plants, 15 firearms and 331 various assorted rounds of ammunition and 20 vehicles. The arrests and confiscations are indicative of the fact that SAPS is committed in ridding crime in our communitie

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Firms Cautioned On REA Project Deadline

[Citizen] Rorya -The government will take serious measures including denying work permits to companies that will fail to meet the deadline in implementation of phase three of Rural Energy Agency (REA III) project.

[Citizen] Rorya -The government will take serious measures including denying work permits to companies that will fail to meet the deadline in implementation of phase three of Rural Energy Agency (REA III) project.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

How Ilala Municipality Grapples With Problem of Vendors

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Street vendors and hawkers have been operating in the Ilala Municipal Council for decades. The municipality, which accounts for about 50 per cent of all taxes paid in the country, is Tanzania’s economic powerhouse. It hosts the…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Street vendors and hawkers have been operating in the Ilala Municipal Council for decades. The municipality, which accounts for about 50 per cent of all taxes paid in the country, is Tanzania's economic powerhouse. It hosts the majority of large industries. The Dar es Salaam Central Business District, where the head offices of many businesses are located, is also in the Ilala Municipal Council, so is the East and Central Africa's ultimate trade hub, Kariakoo, the Julius Nyerere International Airport and se

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

EALA Candidates Question Ballot Paper Arrangement

[Observer] A section of candidates contesting for the East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) seats are complaining about the arrangement of their names on the ballot papers to be used for today’s election.

[Observer] A section of candidates contesting for the East African Legislative Assembly (Eala) seats are complaining about the arrangement of their names on the ballot papers to be used for today's election.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mo Farrah Denies Doping After Leaked Report

[VOA] Olympic gold medal-winning distance runner Mo Farah said on Sunday that he is “a clean athlete” after a leaked report suggested his American coach may have broken anti-doping rules when he gave Farah and other athletes performance-enhancing drugs.

[VOA] Olympic gold medal-winning distance runner Mo Farah said on Sunday that he is "a clean athlete" after a leaked report suggested his American coach may have broken anti-doping rules when he gave Farah and other athletes performance-enhancing drugs.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya