Former State Procurement Board Chair Kuwaza in Trouble

[The Herald] Former State Procurement Board (SPB) chairperson Charles Tawonerera Kuwaza has been arrested on five counts of corruption involving over $1 million and ZW$2,5 billion, which he committed while at the helm of the enterprise.

[The Herald] Former State Procurement Board (SPB) chairperson Charles Tawonerera Kuwaza has been arrested on five counts of corruption involving over $1 million and ZW$2,5 billion, which he committed while at the helm of the enterprise.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

French Firm Takes Over Nigerian Drug Manufacturing Company, Swipha

[Premium Times] Biogaran, a French pharmaceutical company specialised in generic and biosimilar medicines, and a subsidiary of Servier, on Friday announced the takeover of all the activities of Swipha, a Nigerian company that manufactures and distribut…

[Premium Times] Biogaran, a French pharmaceutical company specialised in generic and biosimilar medicines, and a subsidiary of Servier, on Friday announced the takeover of all the activities of Swipha, a Nigerian company that manufactures and distributes pharmaceutical products known for their quality.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mines Permanent Secretary Implicated in Fraud Scam

[New Zimbabwe] MINES ministry permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga, who dragged his two subordinates to court over $625 000 fraud allegations, was left stammering and fuming in the witness stand after his earnings were exposed.

[New Zimbabwe] MINES ministry permanent secretary Francis Gudyanga, who dragged his two subordinates to court over $625 000 fraud allegations, was left stammering and fuming in the witness stand after his earnings were exposed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Flood Victims Appeal for Food, Shelter

[The Herald] Tsholotsho -Over 800 people who were displaced by floods and the effects of Cyclone Dineo and are accommodated at Sipepa Transit Camp here are in need of food, ablution facilities and tents, amid growing concerns of diarrhoeal outbreaks.

[The Herald] Tsholotsho -Over 800 people who were displaced by floods and the effects of Cyclone Dineo and are accommodated at Sipepa Transit Camp here are in need of food, ablution facilities and tents, amid growing concerns of diarrhoeal outbreaks.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hawks Unit Intercepts Drugs Contraband

[The Herald] South African border authorities have intercepted a Zimbabwean registered Toyota Quantum which was carrying a contraband of suspected drugs concealed in two gas cylinders.

[The Herald] South African border authorities have intercepted a Zimbabwean registered Toyota Quantum which was carrying a contraband of suspected drugs concealed in two gas cylinders.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Colonial Solutions to the Anglophone Problem Misguided

[allAfrica] The so called Anglophone problem in Cameroon is proving to be the biggest challenge to President Paul Biya’s 34 years in power. The government is battling with with the use of colonial strategies to counter modern-day civil uprisings. The u…

[allAfrica] The so called Anglophone problem in Cameroon is proving to be the biggest challenge to President Paul Biya's 34 years in power. The government is battling with with the use of colonial strategies to counter modern-day civil uprisings. The usual use of force and psychological torture is proving inadequate. Something that needs to be understood is that the struggle is against a dictatorship.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

‘Air Meridien Flight Departed Lagos With 91 Empty Seats’

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Italian carrier Meridiana Air yesterday said its flight from Lagos to Milan on Tuesday was not overbooked, insisting that the 40 passengers that could not make the flight arrived late to the airport.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Italian carrier Meridiana Air yesterday said its flight from Lagos to Milan on Tuesday was not overbooked, insisting that the 40 passengers that could not make the flight arrived late to the airport.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria