Bubbly Mathare Look to Regain KPL Top Spot

[Capital FM] Nairobi -With a win over Nakumatt FC on Wednesday afternoon, Mathare United will move back to the top of the Kenyan Premier League standings albeit having played two matches more than prior leaders Gor Mahia.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -With a win over Nakumatt FC on Wednesday afternoon, Mathare United will move back to the top of the Kenyan Premier League standings albeit having played two matches more than prior leaders Gor Mahia.

APC Governors Back Buhari On Decision to End Oyegun, Others’ Tenure

[Premium Times] Governors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have finally resolved their differences on the position of President Muhammadu Buhari regarding the extension of the tenure of party officials.

[Premium Times] Governors of the All Progressives Congress (APC) have finally resolved their differences on the position of President Muhammadu Buhari regarding the extension of the tenure of party officials.

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Attacks on Judiciary Unwarranted, TI Tells Matiangi

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Transparency International says Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi was not justified in his accusation that a clique of judges within the Judiciary was complicit in the frustration of government operations through court orders.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Transparency International says Interior Cabinet Secretary Fred Matiangi was not justified in his accusation that a clique of judges within the Judiciary was complicit in the frustration of government operations through court orders.

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Bank Stocks Biggest NSE Gainers in March

[Nation] Commercial banks were the top gainers at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) #ticker:NSE in March as indices and turnover rose to the highest levels this year.

[Nation] Commercial banks were the top gainers at the Nairobi Securities Exchange (NSE) #ticker:NSE in March as indices and turnover rose to the highest levels this year.

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Hamar – Where Women Entice Men to Whip Them

[Guardian] The Hamar people of the Omo Valley In Ethiopia consist of over 46,532 people. These pastoral and polygamous people are popular for their traditional ‘jumping of bulls’. This ceremony often attracts neighbours and people foreign to their cult…

[Guardian] The Hamar people of the Omo Valley In Ethiopia consist of over 46,532 people. These pastoral and polygamous people are popular for their traditional 'jumping of bulls'. This ceremony often attracts neighbours and people foreign to their culture to witness it.

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Pay Back, Ministers Urged

Opposition United Progressive People has reminded ministers that used public funds for the 2016 general elections to pay caeser what belongs to caeser. Media director Mainda Simataa says failure to repay the money after a court ruling ordering so was … Continued

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Opposition United Progressive People has reminded ministers that used public funds for the 2016 general elections to pay caeser what belongs to caeser. Media director Mainda Simataa says failure to repay the money after a court ruling ordering so was tantamount to theft. BELOW IS THE STATEMENT PRESS STATEMENT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APRIL 4, 2018 LUSAKA, ZAMBIA MINISTERS REFUSAL TO OBEY CONCOURT ORDER TO PAY BACK THE MONEY IS TATAMOUNT TO THEFT BY PUBLIC SERVANT, AND ABUSE OF POWER The United Progressive People (UPP) would like to state that the appeal led by Patriotic Front (PF) secretary general Davies Mwila, against the Constitutional Courts (Con Court) ruling to compel the Ministers who continued to draw illegal salaries when Parliament had been dissolved in the run up to the 2016 elections undermines both the authority of the court, and the fight against corruption. UPP holds the view that the action of appealing demonstrates that the fact that the Zambian justice system is very much a hostage of the ruling Patriotic Front (PF), and thus, is incapable of remedying the injustices and financial losses being suffered by the Zambian people. The UPP would therefore wish to reiterate its position, that the only thing that will save Zambians by being looted by foreigners and the corrupt ruling class in the PF is their removal from power, and the subsequent trial and jailing of all those who will be found wanting. We further urge the people of Zambia not to relent or give up in calling for justice, no matter how long it takes, and for the Ministers to pay back the money they have stolen from the Zambian people, with interest! Cde Mainda Simataa Party Media Director UNITED PROGRESSIVE PEOPLE (UPP) The post Pay Back, Ministers Urged appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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BASF Raises Over Sh149 Million to Educate Refugee Children

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The employees of German chemical company BASF Group and its partners have raised over Sh149 million (Euros 1.2 million) to support refugee children in Kenya access decent education.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The employees of German chemical company BASF Group and its partners have raised over Sh149 million (Euros 1.2 million) to support refugee children in Kenya access decent education.

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PF Dissolves Lusaka Province Executive

The Ruling Patrotic Front has with immediate effect dissolve the entire Lusaka Provincal executive committee. The party has further announced that they will hold elections for the Lusaka Provincal committee at a date to be announced The party said the … Continued

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The Ruling Patrotic Front has with immediate effect dissolve the entire Lusaka Provincal executive committee. The party has further announced that they will hold elections for the Lusaka Provincal committee at a date to be announced The party said the reasons for dissolving the entire Lusaka Provincal committee was due to lack of team work and hard work. Details to follow. The post PF Dissolves Lusaka Province Executive appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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