Media Blocked, Threatened in Dispute With Qatar

[HRW] Beirut -Arab countries engaged in a dispute with Qatar have shut down media outlets with links to or considered sympathetic to the Qatari government, Human Rights Watch said today. The action is a violation of freedom of expression. The countries…

[HRW] Beirut -Arab countries engaged in a dispute with Qatar have shut down media outlets with links to or considered sympathetic to the Qatari government, Human Rights Watch said today. The action is a violation of freedom of expression. The countries involved include Egypt, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates. The United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain have also threatened criminal sanctions under existing laws against people who criticize the actions these governments have taken against Qatar

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Abraham Attah Tours Northern Region June 14

[Ghana Star] Multiple award winning young actor, Abraham Attah is currently on a break in Ghana after he was presented with the Scholastic Improvement Award by Chershire Academy for his perfect score of 4.0.

[Ghana Star] Multiple award winning young actor, Abraham Attah is currently on a break in Ghana after he was presented with the Scholastic Improvement Award by Chershire Academy for his perfect score of 4.0.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

RRA Reassures on Business Certainty and Predictability

[New Times] Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) has said the Government’s decision to maintain existing tax policy measures in the financial fiscal year 2017/2018 will help foster business growth and predictability.

[New Times] Rwanda Revenue Authority (RRA) has said the Government's decision to maintain existing tax policy measures in the financial fiscal year 2017/2018 will help foster business growth and predictability.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda