[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] The arrest of Manuel Chang at the request of US authorities was confirmed this morning at Kempton Park magistrates court, Johannesburg. The court rejected the claim by his lawyers that the US request was not a formal extradition warrant, but only a request to arrest and hold him pending the issue of the extradition warrant. The US has charged Chang for his role in the $2 bn secret debt.
[Deutsche Welle] Paying the salaries of the thousands of ficticious workers costs at least $250 million. The news is the latest in a series of financial scandals in Mozambique.
[Premium Times] The Minister of Education, Adamu Adamu, on Wednesday in Kano said Nigeria has about 60 million illiterate youth and adults.
[Monitor] Kampala -The Ministry of Health has named districts and hospitals with the best health service delivery in the Financial Year 2017/2018.
[Capital FM] Approximately one in every five Kenyans with a mobile money account seeks a loan.
[Capital FM] Kenya -Telkom Kenya has announced a restructuring plan that will see 500 employees leave the telecom company.
[SAnews.gov.za] Transport Deputy Minister Sindisiwe Chikunga has released the State of Safety Report for the 2017/18 Financial Year.
[Guardian] Nigerian financial system has been jolted by a lethal development; and that is the growing activities of cyber criminals who work in and outside the system.
THE cars in Lusaka are moving even more slowly than usual: hidden speed cameras have spooked drivers in Zambia’s capital. The government is desperate for cash, so motorists who speed are being fleeced
[The Herald] Seasoned Glen Norah (Ward 27) councillor Herbert Gomba (MDC-Alliance) was yesterday elected Harare mayor, becoming the first mayor from western suburbs to take over the coveted post, while Councillor Enock Mupamawonde retained his position as deputy mayor.