Rihanna ‘Not Welcome in Senegal’ – Religious Groups

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Expected in Senegal on Friday, the singer has reportedly been told she is not welcome by 30 religious organizations part of a group called “No to Freemasonry and homosexuality”. Some of its members suspect her of belonging to the…

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Expected in Senegal on Friday, the singer has reportedly been told she is not welcome by 30 religious organizations part of a group called "No to Freemasonry and homosexuality". Some of its members suspect her of belonging to the Illuminati, according to Jeune Afrique.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Samantha Tops Kenya’s Google Searches in January

[Nairobi News] Samantha the high tech sex doll, which ever since it was introduced has sent tongues wagging, has topped the list of the most searched item in Kenya in the month of January.

[Nairobi News] Samantha the high tech sex doll, which ever since it was introduced has sent tongues wagging, has topped the list of the most searched item in Kenya in the month of January.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Government Notes Announcement By MultiChoice

[SAnews.gov.za] Government has noted the announcement made by Multichoice to remove the Africa News Network 7 (ANN7) channel from the DSTV bouquet when its contract expires in August.

[SAnews.gov.za] Government has noted the announcement made by Multichoice to remove the Africa News Network 7 (ANN7) channel from the DSTV bouquet when its contract expires in August.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Nine Alleged Members of R99 Million Vat Fraud Syndicate Arrested

[News24Wire] Eight men and one woman have been arrested for allegedly operating a large-scale value added tax (VAT) fraud scam “with a potential loss to the fiscus of more than R90m”, a Hawks spokesperson said on Thursday.

[News24Wire] Eight men and one woman have been arrested for allegedly operating a large-scale value added tax (VAT) fraud scam “with a potential loss to the fiscus of more than R90m”, a Hawks spokesperson said on Thursday.

Sasol Company Eyes Potential Areas of Investment

[263Chat] The South Africa Synthetic Oil Liquid (SASOL) company is reportedly looking at Zimbabwe as one of its potential areas of investment with much caution according to the Joint President and Chief Executive Officer Bongani Nqwababa.

[263Chat] The South Africa Synthetic Oil Liquid (SASOL) company is reportedly looking at Zimbabwe as one of its potential areas of investment with much caution according to the Joint President and Chief Executive Officer Bongani Nqwababa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former VP Kachali Calls For Electoral Reforms

[Nyasa Times] Mzimba South West legislator Khumbo Kachali, who is also a former State vice-president, has said people have lost trust with the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) after the cancelled streets protests for electoral reforms laws which raised s…

[Nyasa Times] Mzimba South West legislator Khumbo Kachali, who is also a former State vice-president, has said people have lost trust with the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) after the cancelled streets protests for electoral reforms laws which raised suspicions that the organisation was silenced with money.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt, EU to Seal U.S.$17,4 Million Irrigation Project

[Times of Zambia] The Government and the European Union (EU) will soon sign a 14 million Euro-project to carry out the climate-smart agriculture, water management and irrigation systems to be implemented in selected districts of the country.

[Times of Zambia] The Government and the European Union (EU) will soon sign a 14 million Euro-project to carry out the climate-smart agriculture, water management and irrigation systems to be implemented in selected districts of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Matiang’i Says 3 TV Stations to Remain Shut Pending Probe

[Nation] The Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National government, Dr Fred Matiang’i, has said that three local TV stations shut down Tuesday by the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) will remain closed until investigations over t…

[Nation] The Cabinet Secretary for Interior and Coordination of National government, Dr Fred Matiang'i, has said that three local TV stations shut down Tuesday by the Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) will remain closed until investigations over their supposed links with the Nasa wing of the National Resistance Movement, which he outlawed on Tuesday, are concluded.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya