Home Affairs Immigration Officer in Court for Corruption

[SAPS] Kimberley -Mshudulu Mvuleni (37), Immigration Officer at the Department of Home Affairs appeared before Kimberly Magistrate’s Court on charges of corruption on Monday 22 May 2017.

[SAPS] Kimberley -Mshudulu Mvuleni (37), Immigration Officer at the Department of Home Affairs appeared before Kimberly Magistrate's Court on charges of corruption on Monday 22 May 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Warriors’ Proud Cosafa Record

[The Herald] It might be eight years since Zimbabwe’s Warriors last tasted Cosafa Castle Cup success, but the Warriors boast some proud records to savour in the 20-year history of the tournament. The Cosafa Castle Cup will be celebrating 20 years of ex…

[The Herald] It might be eight years since Zimbabwe's Warriors last tasted Cosafa Castle Cup success, but the Warriors boast some proud records to savour in the 20-year history of the tournament. The Cosafa Castle Cup will be celebrating 20 years of existence this year since the tournament burst into life in 1997 with the Warriors, then under the late Ian Potterfield, falling 2-1 to Namibia in Windhoek.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dynamos FC Faces Reality Check

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos’ failure to attract big name players has come back to haunt them early in the season as the club’s supporters are beginning to lose patience with Lloyd Mutasa’s rebuilding exercise. The Glamour Boys, who have taken a nosediv…

[The Herald] GIANTS Dynamos' failure to attract big name players has come back to haunt them early in the season as the club's supporters are beginning to lose patience with Lloyd Mutasa's rebuilding exercise. The Glamour Boys, who have taken a nosedive since 2014 when they last won the championship with Callisto Pasuwa, have made a familiar slow start to their campaign this season after losing three of the opening seven matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘CAPS United Aren’t Easy Prey’

[The Herald] USM Alger coach Paul Put says the Algerian giants have devoted ample time to studying CAPS United and have a comprehensive game plan to contain the Zimbabweans in a CAF Champions League Group B showdown at the National Sports Stadium tomor…

[The Herald] USM Alger coach Paul Put says the Algerian giants have devoted ample time to studying CAPS United and have a comprehensive game plan to contain the Zimbabweans in a CAF Champions League Group B showdown at the National Sports Stadium tomorrow. The Belgian gaffer yesterday said he watched Makepekepe's opening group match against Zamalek and believes his men should brace for a tough battle.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

How to Become Senior Advocate of Nigeria

[Daily Trust] “To be a senior advocate, you must be a leader. You are supposed to be a mentor and an inspiration to the younger ones. The panel would want to see if you are of good character before they can give it to you… .” Tawo E Tawo (SAN) in his…

[Daily Trust] "To be a senior advocate, you must be a leader. You are supposed to be a mentor and an inspiration to the younger ones. The panel would want to see if you are of good character before they can give it to you... ." Tawo E Tawo (SAN) in his interview with The Young Wig.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kampala Landlords Threaten to Close Shops Due to Tax Increase

[Monitor] Kampala -Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has increased the amount of money by three times what it charges in property tax, a move that could lead landlords passing on the burden to tenants through rent.

[Monitor] Kampala -Kampala Capital City Authority (KCCA) has increased the amount of money by three times what it charges in property tax, a move that could lead landlords passing on the burden to tenants through rent.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How President Zuma Blew the Chance to Steal a March On His Opponents

[The Conversation Africa] As the dust was starting to settle on South African President Jacob Zuma’s recent controversial reshuffle of his cabinet, a new storm erupted. The country’s High Court ordered him to give the reasons for his decision.

[The Conversation Africa] As the dust was starting to settle on South African President Jacob Zuma's recent controversial reshuffle of his cabinet, a new storm erupted. The country's High Court ordered him to give the reasons for his decision.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

46 Doctors Care for 3 Million People in Zamfara

[Daily Trust] Gusau -With a population of over three million people, Zamfara State has only 46 qualified medical doctors. Most public hospitals in the state are groaning from dearth of medical doctors.

[Daily Trust] Gusau -With a population of over three million people, Zamfara State has only 46 qualified medical doctors. Most public hospitals in the state are groaning from dearth of medical doctors.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kwande – I Rate Buhari 80%

[Daily Trust] Jos -A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Plateau State, Alhaji Yahaya Kwande, said yesterday that President Muhammadu Buhari has done well in the last two years and, therefore, gave him 80 per cent rating.

[Daily Trust] Jos -A chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Plateau State, Alhaji Yahaya Kwande, said yesterday that President Muhammadu Buhari has done well in the last two years and, therefore, gave him 80 per cent rating.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria