Cash Crisis – Biti Rails Against ‘Thief’ Chinamasa

[New Zimbabwe] Former Finance Minister Tendai Biti has launched a savage attack on his successor Patrick Chinamasa, accusing the Zanu PF apparatchik of pillaging the country’s banks on government’s behalf, in the process fuelling the current cash crisis.

[New Zimbabwe] Former Finance Minister Tendai Biti has launched a savage attack on his successor Patrick Chinamasa, accusing the Zanu PF apparatchik of pillaging the country's banks on government's behalf, in the process fuelling the current cash crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sex in Car Masvingo Prosecutor Fired

[New Zimbabwe] A PUBLIC prosecutor who recently appeared in court as a victim, having been robbed while allegedly being intimate with a prostitute in the back of his car has been fired, it emerged this week.

[New Zimbabwe] A PUBLIC prosecutor who recently appeared in court as a victim, having been robbed while allegedly being intimate with a prostitute in the back of his car has been fired, it emerged this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Officials Explore Ways to Promote Cooperatives

[New Times] Concerted efforts are needed to promote cooperatives and ensure their better management so they play a core role in the transformation of citizenry wellbeing and national development, Francois Kanimba has said.

[New Times] Concerted efforts are needed to promote cooperatives and ensure their better management so they play a core role in the transformation of citizenry wellbeing and national development, Francois Kanimba has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rwanda to Host Continental Prisons Officers Meet

[New Times] A five-day conference of Heads of Correctional Institutions from across Africa opens, on Monday, in Kigali with participants discussing governance and management of prisons.

[New Times] A five-day conference of Heads of Correctional Institutions from across Africa opens, on Monday, in Kigali with participants discussing governance and management of prisons.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

367 Prison Inmates to Sit for 2017 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination

[Vanguard] No fewer than 367 prison inmates in the Ikoyi and Kaduna prisons will join over 1.7 million candidates to write the Computer Based Test, CBT, in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, in 624 centres nationwide, which starts today.

[Vanguard] No fewer than 367 prison inmates in the Ikoyi and Kaduna prisons will join over 1.7 million candidates to write the Computer Based Test, CBT, in the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination, in 624 centres nationwide, which starts today.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Two Jubilee Aspirants in Nakuru Miss Nomination Certificates

[Nation] Nominated Senator Martha Wangari, Jubilee Party’s nominee for the Gilgil parliamentary seat missed out on her certificate on Friday after the party informed her that her opponent, incumbent MP Nderitu Mathenge, had lodged a petition against he…

[Nation] Nominated Senator Martha Wangari, Jubilee Party's nominee for the Gilgil parliamentary seat missed out on her certificate on Friday after the party informed her that her opponent, incumbent MP Nderitu Mathenge, had lodged a petition against her nomination with the Political Parties Disputes Tribunal in Nairobi.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Opposition CSA-CE Coalition Formalizes Candidacy for 2017 Election

[ANGOP] Luanda -The opposition CSA-CE coalition on Friday in Luanda formalized its candidacy for this year’s general election, set for August 23, by submitting the required paperwork to the Constitutional Court (TC).

[ANGOP] Luanda -The opposition CSA-CE coalition on Friday in Luanda formalized its candidacy for this year's general election, set for August 23, by submitting the required paperwork to the Constitutional Court (TC).

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Numsa Slams Molefe Reinstatement

[News24Wire] The National Union of Metalworkers of SA has accused Eskom of double standards after the reappointment of a “dry cleaned” Brian Molefe as CEO, saying ordinary members would never get the same right to return after resigning.

[News24Wire] The National Union of Metalworkers of SA has accused Eskom of double standards after the reappointment of a "dry cleaned" Brian Molefe as CEO, saying ordinary members would never get the same right to return after resigning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa