Release of Employees to Attend Sir Ketumile

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Permission has been granted for government entities to release employees to attend the funeral of the late former President of the Republic of Botswana, Sir Ketumile Masire in Kanye tomorrow (June 29).

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Permission has been granted for government entities to release employees to attend the funeral of the late former President of the Republic of Botswana, Sir Ketumile Masire in Kanye tomorrow (June 29).

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Former Chase Bank Chairman Arrested

[Nation] Police on Tuesday night arrested and detained former Chase Bank Chairman Mohamed Zafrullah Khan in connection to loss money at the financial institution.

[Nation] Police on Tuesday night arrested and detained former Chase Bank Chairman Mohamed Zafrullah Khan in connection to loss money at the financial institution.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

New Broadcasting Players Urged to Utilise Licenses

[The Patriot] The Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) acting Chief Executive Officer Tshoganetso Kepaletswe said the authority is worried by companies that are awarded licenses and do not use them. Kepaletswe said this on Friday when a…

[The Patriot] The Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA) acting Chief Executive Officer Tshoganetso Kepaletswe said the authority is worried by companies that are awarded licenses and do not use them. Kepaletswe said this on Friday when awarding licenses to new broadcasting players for Satellite Television and subscription Management Services.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Farmington Hotel Retrenches 40 Employees

[Observer] The euphoria that greeted about 180 new employees of the Farmington Hotel near Robertsfield, Lower Margibi County, was short-lived on Monday when news surfaced that the services of 40 persons had been terminated.

[Observer] The euphoria that greeted about 180 new employees of the Farmington Hotel near Robertsfield, Lower Margibi County, was short-lived on Monday when news surfaced that the services of 40 persons had been terminated.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Shareholders Want Etisalat Takeover, Banks Seek Mubadala Prosecution

[This Day] Lagos and Abuja -Shareholder groups in the capital market, speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria have advised Etisalat Nigeria to settle the $1.2 billion debt it owes 13 commercial banks to avoid a takeover as the banks insist on the prosec…

[This Day] Lagos and Abuja -Shareholder groups in the capital market, speaking to the News Agency of Nigeria have advised Etisalat Nigeria to settle the $1.2 billion debt it owes 13 commercial banks to avoid a takeover as the banks insist on the prosecution of the foreign directors of Etisalat Nigeria and its principal Mubadala.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Security Budgets ‘Considerably Slashed’

[Observer] The chairman of the Senate Committee on Defense, Security, Intelligence and Veterans Affairs, Lofa County Senator Stephen J. H. Zargo, has disclosed that the budgets of several first line national security institutions have been considerably…

[Observer] The chairman of the Senate Committee on Defense, Security, Intelligence and Veterans Affairs, Lofa County Senator Stephen J. H. Zargo, has disclosed that the budgets of several first line national security institutions have been considerably slashed. Though he did not disclose the proposed budget amount or what it may have been 'slashed' down to, the Senate defense chairman has therefore "craved the indulgence of the leadership of the Legislature to reconsider the budgets of these front line institutions."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Why the Foya Rice Project Became a Fiasco – the True Story

[FrontPageAfrica] The stunning, dramatic and brazen demise of the much publicized Foya Rice Project which was initiated and exclusively managed by ADA/LAP has been a topical issue on the lips of many Liberians for some time now, and lately it has obvio…

[FrontPageAfrica] The stunning, dramatic and brazen demise of the much publicized Foya Rice Project which was initiated and exclusively managed by ADA/LAP has been a topical issue on the lips of many Liberians for some time now, and lately it has obviously become a stimulating political debate considering the rather vague and vicious attempt by some notorious 'hired guns'--who are desperately struggling to rope-in Vice President Joseph N. Boakai as one of those squarely responsible for the seemingly unsuspected and unthinka

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

House Passes Financing Agreement

[New Dawn] The House of Representatives on Tuesday, 27 June passed into law the Financing Agreement for the Third Poverty Reduction Support Development Policy Operation (PRSDPIII) to help government realize its goals and objectives in the effective imp…

[New Dawn] The House of Representatives on Tuesday, 27 June passed into law the Financing Agreement for the Third Poverty Reduction Support Development Policy Operation (PRSDPIII) to help government realize its goals and objectives in the effective implementation of the Economic Stabilization Recovery Plan.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Food (Amendment) Regulations to Be Brought Under the Food Act

[Government of Mauritius] The Minister of Health and Quality of Life would promulgate the Food (Amendment) Regulations under the Food Act to streamline procedures for and review the scope of food-related business requiring pre-market approval permit un…

[Government of Mauritius] The Minister of Health and Quality of Life would promulgate the Food (Amendment) Regulations under the Food Act to streamline procedures for and review the scope of food-related business requiring pre-market approval permit under the Food Regulations 1999, as amended.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

The National Question and Its Perversion

[This Day] The political landscape is in a ferment being fuelled by disparate forces with action and inaction. And the political fuel comes from different directions and in some cases unwittingly.

[This Day] The political landscape is in a ferment being fuelled by disparate forces with action and inaction. And the political fuel comes from different directions and in some cases unwittingly.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria