Standards Watchdog Maintains Tough Stance On Closed Dairy Firms

[New Times] the Rwanda Standards Board (RSB) has vowed to continue with the crackdown on uncertified dairy products makers. This follows pleas by some of the dairy firms that were ordered to cease production by RSB due to lack of necessary quality requ…

[New Times] the Rwanda Standards Board (RSB) has vowed to continue with the crackdown on uncertified dairy products makers. This follows pleas by some of the dairy firms that were ordered to cease production by RSB due to lack of necessary quality requirements three months ago to be allowed to resume operations.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

New Key Cutters Duplicate Any Keys

[Addis Fortune] Lauren Elliot is a British citizen working as a volunteer in Ethiopia. She rented a condominium house from someone who re-rented it. When he handed over the house to her, he gave her five keys that he said were not able to be cloned. Sh…

[Addis Fortune] Lauren Elliot is a British citizen working as a volunteer in Ethiopia. She rented a condominium house from someone who re-rented it. When he handed over the house to her, he gave her five keys that he said were not able to be cloned. She trusted him.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Court Grants Sabir Buyout of Wilmar’s Shares

[Addis Fortune] The Federal High Court has finally ruled in favour of Sabir Argaw, major shareholder and managing director of AL-SAM Plc, to buy out the shares of his foreign partners in Repi Detergents S.C. and Repi-Wilmar Industries S.C.

[Addis Fortune] The Federal High Court has finally ruled in favour of Sabir Argaw, major shareholder and managing director of AL-SAM Plc, to buy out the shares of his foreign partners in Repi Detergents S.C. and Repi-Wilmar Industries S.C.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Flour Mills Set to Maximise Local Content

[Guardian] Kano -Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc, said it plans to maximise local content in the agro-allied investments, emphasising that the company is determined to ensure success in such investments.

[Guardian] Kano -Flour Mills of Nigeria Plc, said it plans to maximise local content in the agro-allied investments, emphasising that the company is determined to ensure success in such investments.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Meat Processing Plant Flourishes Near Ziway

[Addis Fortune] Frigorifico Boran Foods Plc, a subsidiary of Allana Group, has finally received an authentication certificate from the Ministry of Livestock Development & Fisheries to export processed meat from its recently built abattoir plant at Adami Tulu, 170km from Addis Abeba.

[Addis Fortune] Frigorifico Boran Foods Plc, a subsidiary of Allana Group, has finally received an authentication certificate from the Ministry of Livestock Development & Fisheries to export processed meat from its recently built abattoir plant at Adami Tulu, 170km from Addis Abeba.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

‘Rape Cases Getting Out of Hand’

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The federal and state governments have been charged to pursue actions and measures directed at protecting the girl-child from all forms of abuse.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The federal and state governments have been charged to pursue actions and measures directed at protecting the girl-child from all forms of abuse.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Battleground of the East, West

[Addis Fortune] Africa is fast becoming a populous continent with a large economy. More people than ever have disposable incomes – nowhere as much as Africans would like to have, but enough to make history’s Dark Continent blush.

[Addis Fortune] Africa is fast becoming a populous continent with a large economy. More people than ever have disposable incomes - nowhere as much as Africans would like to have, but enough to make history's Dark Continent blush.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Let’s Brand the Presidency!

[Guardian] Like most of our national institutions, our presidency is crying for rebranding and repositioning. In theory, this is Africa’s most powerful seat of power. But as a brand, it is a laughing stock. Our Aso Villa remains shrouded in mystery and…

[Guardian] Like most of our national institutions, our presidency is crying for rebranding and repositioning. In theory, this is Africa's most powerful seat of power. But as a brand, it is a laughing stock. Our Aso Villa remains shrouded in mystery and misery. Most Nigerians do not know what their President's official residence looks like. Only a privileged few who are allowed into the hallowed grounds of Aso Villa know what the place looks like. Okay, we know Ibrahim Babangida relocated from Dodan Barracks to Aso Ro

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria