archives : September 2008

     

Swaziland
Swaziland’s humanitarian crises were uppermost in the minds of voters casting their ballots in the parliamentary election on 19 September. - Sunday 21 September 2008


South africa
The official opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) has said the African National Congress (ANC) National Executive Committee’s decision to "recall" President Thabo Mbeki is motivated by revenge to settle political scores. - Sunday 21 September 2008


Togo - United Kingdom
Togo International and Arsenal front man Emmanuel Adebayor has promised arsenal fans he will make up for Wednesday Champions league dissmal display when they take on Bolton Wanderers, later today. - Saturday 20 September 2008


Ethiopia
After a year-long celebration of the start of its third millennium, it’s time for revival of the Ethiopian society, according to the government-run The Ethiopian Herald. - Saturday 20 September 2008


Panafrica - Egypt - Zimbabwe
Dynamos FC players will undergone a random drug test before the CAF Champions league clash against Egyptian giants Zamalek tomorrow. - Saturday 20 September 2008


Nigeria - International
To ensure that the weak economy of Nigeria is not further affected by the financial rigors emanating from Wall street, the Central Bank of Nigeria yesterday pumped in a staggering $1.5 billion into the country’s circulation to bolster its stability. - Saturday 20 September 2008


Ivory Coast - United Kingdom
Chelsea’s talisman Didier Drogba is faced with a fitness race against Sundays epic clash with Man united. - Saturday 20 September 2008


South africa
Thabo Mbeki of South African has been asked by his party ANC to step down but the plan is carefully crafted to ensure that his departure will not lead to an early election. - Saturday 20 September 2008


Nigeria
The Director General of the National Broadcasting Comission (NBC), Engr. Yomi Bolarinwa, Friday announced the lifting of the suspension of the licence of the embattled Channels Television. - Friday 19 September 2008


Uganda
As part of a wider effort to fight corruption, Ethics and Integrity Minister James Nsaba Buturo during a Presidential Affairs Committee announced that all public servants will be required to declare their assets and liabilities to the IGG under the new changes proposed in the Anti-corruption bill and the ammendments to the Leadership Code Act, of 2002. - Friday 19 September 2008

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