[Vanguard] The President of the Nigerian Union in South Africa, Ikechukwu Anyene, has confirmed that two Nigerians were killed in Johannesburg, Gauteng Province.
[Vanguard] The Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) yesterday said it has withdrawn the list of recommended candidates for admission earlier sent to the tertiary institutions.
[Vanguard] Representatives of Team Nigeria would take the centre stage on Wednesday(August 3) by 10 a.m. when the Mayor of Rio, Eduardo da Costa Paes among other army of dignitaries welcome the largest black populated nation in the world to the Games Village of the Summer Rio Olympics.
[Nation] The story of Kenya’s industrialisation is embedded in its Vision 2030 economic blueprint that seeks to propel the country from a low to middle-income economy.
[Vanguard] The Church of Nigeria (Anglican Communion), yesterday, lamented the rising spate of attack by herdsme?n on farming communities across the country, while it called on the Federal Government to take decisive actions to disarm Fulani herdsmen, so as to stem the growing wave of attack and killings of harmless farmers.
[Times of Zambia] THE National Savings and Credit Bank (NATSAVE) has lent out funds worth K16 million to 300 farmers countrywide under the Bunjimi Asset Plus scheme.
[Vanguard] A 44-year- old banker , Olisa Nwakobi ,has shot himself dead , over an alleged fruad case in the bank.
[Guardian] Mr Jerry Oche, District Manager, Nigeria Railway Corporation (NRC), Lagos State, has warned commuters to desist from riding on the roof of train in motion, describing the action as “suicidal.”
[Premium Times] The Ogun Police Command has arrested two notorious cultists, Omotola Amuda (18) and Adesegun Mayowa (20), who were on the wanted list of the command.
[Times of Zambia] THE Government says it is promoting the development of industrial clusters across the country aimed at stimulating enterprise development based on the value chains approach especially in rural areas.