Customs Tackles Diversion of Petroleum Products to Neighbouring Countries

[Guardian] For the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), a fresh challenge of tackling smuggling and diversion of petroleum products to neighbouring countries is a battle to fight headlong.

[Guardian] For the Nigerian Customs Service (NCS), a fresh challenge of tackling smuggling and diversion of petroleum products to neighbouring countries is a battle to fight headlong.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mobile App to Help Pastoralists Find Pasture Is Here

[Nairobi News] Pastoralists in arid and semi-arid areas will now be able to use their mobile phones to find pasture and water for their livestock following the launch of a new mobile App.

[Nairobi News] Pastoralists in arid and semi-arid areas will now be able to use their mobile phones to find pasture and water for their livestock following the launch of a new mobile App.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Exiled Moyo Says Mugabe’s Family Ill-Treated Daily

[New Zimbabwe] Former cabinet minister and now prominent new government critic, Jonathan Moyo, said there is now tension between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the military in an interview to be aired Wednesday night by South African Broadcasting Tel…

[New Zimbabwe] Former cabinet minister and now prominent new government critic, Jonathan Moyo, said there is now tension between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the military in an interview to be aired Wednesday night by South African Broadcasting Television (SABCTV).

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

U.S. Shoots Down Opposition Alliance’s U.S.$15 Billion Claim

[The Herald] The United States has distanced itself from claims by MDC Alliance acting chairperson Advocate Nelson Chamisa at the weekend that President Donald Trump promised the opposition party a $15 billion kitty should they win the forthcoming elec…

[The Herald] The United States has distanced itself from claims by MDC Alliance acting chairperson Advocate Nelson Chamisa at the weekend that President Donald Trump promised the opposition party a $15 billion kitty should they win the forthcoming elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe