‘Shithole’ Politicians Will Not Add Value to DPP – Analysts

[Nyasa Times] University of Malawi (Unima) political scientists have said that the three former Cabinet ministers regarded a s nomadic politician who on Sunday joined the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) will add no value to the governing party.

[Nyasa Times] University of Malawi (Unima) political scientists have said that the three former Cabinet ministers regarded a s nomadic politician who on Sunday joined the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) will add no value to the governing party.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Minister Joe Maswanganyi – 2017-18 Provisional Festive Season Report

[Govt of SA] Statement by the Minister Of Transport, Mr Joe Maswanganyi, on the occassion of the release of the provisional Festive Season report 2017/18 Held at GCIS Tsedimoso Building Hatfield Pretoria

[Govt of SA] Statement by the Minister Of Transport, Mr Joe Maswanganyi, on the occassion of the release of the provisional Festive Season report 2017/18 Held at GCIS Tsedimoso Building Hatfield Pretoria

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

TPSF Eyes Predictable Environment

[Daily News] TANZANIA Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) has advised the government to avoid abrupt changes of laws, rules and regulations that guide business and investment sector, arguing that the practice scares away investors.

[Daily News] TANZANIA Private Sector Foundation (TPSF) has advised the government to avoid abrupt changes of laws, rules and regulations that guide business and investment sector, arguing that the practice scares away investors.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Unibadan Business School Ready Soon – Dangote

[Daily Trust] African richest man, Aliko Dangote has said that the N250 million University of Ibadan Business School being constructed by him would soon be ready for commissioning.

[Daily Trust] African richest man, Aliko Dangote has said that the N250 million University of Ibadan Business School being constructed by him would soon be ready for commissioning.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Thisday Model Portfolios Hit 44% On Continuing Bull Run

[This Day] In line with the rally at the stock market, the THISDAY Model Portfolio (TMP) rose further last week to hit a record 43.9%, up from 38.1 per cent the previous week.

[This Day] In line with the rally at the stock market, the THISDAY Model Portfolio (TMP) rose further last week to hit a record 43.9%, up from 38.1 per cent the previous week.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Sterling Bank to Seek for Non-Interest Banking License – CEO

[Daily Trust] The outgoing Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the Sterling Bank Plc, Mr. Yemi Adeola, has revealed plans for the bank to seek a license for a stand-alone Non-Interest Bank (NIB) as soon as possible.

[Daily Trust] The outgoing Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of the Sterling Bank Plc, Mr. Yemi Adeola, has revealed plans for the bank to seek a license for a stand-alone Non-Interest Bank (NIB) as soon as possible.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Broom Vs Umbrella

[Daily Trust] Some people think the 2019 elections will be only between the broom of the APC and the umbrella of the PDP. It may well be. And it may not. No event in recent times has made this point more poignant than the 2018 edition of the annual Dai…

[Daily Trust] Some people think the 2019 elections will be only between the broom of the APC and the umbrella of the PDP. It may well be. And it may not. No event in recent times has made this point more poignant than the 2018 edition of the annual Daily Trust Dialogue which, in my opinion, has become a 'must-attend' event in Abuja.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

New Trials Shake Ahmadi Minority

[HRW] Beirut -Human Rights Watch received information that, in December 2017 alone, there were at least eight new trials in Algeria involving at least 50 Ahmadi defendants. Since June 2016, 266 Ahmadis have faced charges, some of them in more than one …

[HRW] Beirut -Human Rights Watch received information that, in December 2017 alone, there were at least eight new trials in Algeria involving at least 50 Ahmadi defendants. Since June 2016, 266 Ahmadis have faced charges, some of them in more than one trial. The president of the Ahmadyyia community in Algeria, Mohamed Fali, told Human Rights Watch that at least four new trials are scheduled for later in January 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

FCT Inspects Zuba Fruits Market Waste Evacuation

[Daily Trust] The Satellite Towns Development Department (STDD) of the FCT Administration has reiterated its commitment to keep the satellite towns around the FCT clean as part of its mandate.

[Daily Trust] The Satellite Towns Development Department (STDD) of the FCT Administration has reiterated its commitment to keep the satellite towns around the FCT clean as part of its mandate.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria