Milk Processor Mulls Malawi Business Closure

[The Herald] Milk processor, Dairibord Holdings Limited, will make a decision on the fate of its Malawi division in the next six months after the unit continued on a perennial loss making path.

[The Herald] Milk processor, Dairibord Holdings Limited, will make a decision on the fate of its Malawi division in the next six months after the unit continued on a perennial loss making path.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nairobi Sets Aside Sh194 Million to Deal With Flooding

[Nation] City Hall together with the Directorate of Urban and Nairobi Metropolitan Development have set aside Sh194 million to address the flooding menace in the county and avert similar incidences in future.

[Nation] City Hall together with the Directorate of Urban and Nairobi Metropolitan Development have set aside Sh194 million to address the flooding menace in the county and avert similar incidences in future.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Wusakile Lawmaker Warns Against Illegal Land Allocation

[Zambia Reports] Wusakile independent Member of Parliament Pavyuma Kalobo has distanced himself from revelations that a private developer involved in the Wusakile Secondary School football pitch saga is targeting Malela Secondary School football pitch.

[Zambia Reports] Wusakile independent Member of Parliament Pavyuma Kalobo has distanced himself from revelations that a private developer involved in the Wusakile Secondary School football pitch saga is targeting Malela Secondary School football pitch.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Soccer – Kabuscorp Get a Win in Opponents’ Home

[ANGOP] Luanda -Despite scoring first at 35 minutes of the game, through Mabululo, Domant FC of Bengo Province were incapable of maintaining the result to their advantage at home, having allowed Kabuscorp do Palanca to draw at minute 39, through Ebunga…

[ANGOP] Luanda -Despite scoring first at 35 minutes of the game, through Mabululo, Domant FC of Bengo Province were incapable of maintaining the result to their advantage at home, having allowed Kabuscorp do Palanca to draw at minute 39, through Ebunga, and also score the victory goal by Arouna at minute 49.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Black-Owned Firms Enter Mobile Telecoms

[New Era] Windhoek -Profile Technologies and Demshi Investment Holdings are two black-owned Namibian firms set to enter Namibia’s largely monopolistic mobile network industry from July this year, at a time when the largest operator, MTC, is tangled in …

[New Era] Windhoek -Profile Technologies and Demshi Investment Holdings are two black-owned Namibian firms set to enter Namibia's largely monopolistic mobile network industry from July this year, at a time when the largest operator, MTC, is tangled in a web resulting from a scramble over its ownership.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ethiopia to Enhance Diaspora’s Support to GERD Through Lottery

[ENA] Ethiopia has plans to introduce a lottery to be sold to the Diaspora to enhance their contribution to the Grand Dam, Office of the National Council for the Coordination of Public Participation on the Construction of GERD said.

[ENA] Ethiopia has plans to introduce a lottery to be sold to the Diaspora to enhance their contribution to the Grand Dam, Office of the National Council for the Coordination of Public Participation on the Construction of GERD said.

Nga-I Gunning for Global Deals

[New Era] Windhoek -Namibian rapper, Ngaihape Mupurua, known as Nga-I, is working on getting international distribution deals for his music, making more music videos and taking his music to the people in terms of performances.

[New Era] Windhoek -Namibian rapper, Ngaihape Mupurua, known as Nga-I, is working on getting international distribution deals for his music, making more music videos and taking his music to the people in terms of performances.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Linking SARS Boss Tom Moyane to Gupta Refund Payment Is Malicious, Disingenuous

[Daily Maverick] The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has noted with some dismay the Daily Maverick report that SARS boss, Tom Moyane, paid an illegal VAT refund to the Guptas, and alleges irregular value-added tax (VAT) payments to Oakbay. By SAND…

[Daily Maverick] The South African Revenue Service (SARS) has noted with some dismay the Daily Maverick report that SARS boss, Tom Moyane, paid an illegal VAT refund to the Guptas, and alleges irregular value-added tax (VAT) payments to Oakbay. By SANDILE MEMELA.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa