Fuel Shortage Sparks Controversy Between Government Authorities Over Cause

[Iwacu] The Ministry of Energy and Mining says the shortage of fuel earlier his week was due to a “technical breakdown” that interrupted clearance processes within the Burundi Revenue Authority (OBR), an allegation the Authority denies.

[Iwacu] The Ministry of Energy and Mining says the shortage of fuel earlier his week was due to a "technical breakdown" that interrupted clearance processes within the Burundi Revenue Authority (OBR), an allegation the Authority denies.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Naira Extends Gains As Dollar Glut Hits Market

[This Day] The naira sustained its momentum on the parallel market yesterday, appreciating significantly by N20 in one day to close at N380 to the dollar, stronger than N400 to the greenback at the close of trading the day before.

[This Day] The naira sustained its momentum on the parallel market yesterday, appreciating significantly by N20 in one day to close at N380 to the dollar, stronger than N400 to the greenback at the close of trading the day before.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Maharaj Stunned By Champions Trophy Call-Up

[News24Wire] Dolphins left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj has made a name for himself in the Test side after he almost single-handedly dismantled New Zealand in the second Test in Wellington last month.

[News24Wire] Dolphins left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj has made a name for himself in the Test side after he almost single-handedly dismantled New Zealand in the second Test in Wellington last month.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Parliament Concerned About Growing Civil Claims Against Police

[News24Wire] The escalation of the amount of civil claims against the SAPS over the past two financial years is of concern, Parliament’s police portfolio committee chairperson said on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The escalation of the amount of civil claims against the SAPS over the past two financial years is of concern, Parliament's police portfolio committee chairperson said on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

South Darfur Tribal Forum Calls for Rule of Law

[Radio Dabanga] Bielel Locality -The coordinating forum of social and native leaders for Bielel Locality in South Darfur have recommended the establishment of the prestige of the state and the rule of the Rule of Law, and that all tribal components in …

[Radio Dabanga] Bielel Locality -The coordinating forum of social and native leaders for Bielel Locality in South Darfur have recommended the establishment of the prestige of the state and the rule of the Rule of Law, and that all tribal components in the locality take oath of non-aggression against others, and not to protect crime.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Bank Staff Complain Over ‘Racist Boss’

[Nyasa Times] First Merchant Bank (FMB) staff members are bitterly complaining over racist attacks on fellow members of staff especially from credit department by one of the top managers at the bank, Kobus Louw.

[Nyasa Times] First Merchant Bank (FMB) staff members are bitterly complaining over racist attacks on fellow members of staff especially from credit department by one of the top managers at the bank, Kobus Louw.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Namibian Drug Mule Arrested

[Namibian] A NAMIBIAN woman was denied bail in a South African court on Wednesday after she was arrested for possession of cocaine worth N$2 million.

[Namibian] A NAMIBIAN woman was denied bail in a South African court on Wednesday after she was arrested for possession of cocaine worth N$2 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia