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Attacker Killed After Another Grenade Targets Police E-mail

Police shot and killed a man believed to have been part of a group that hurled a grenade at a police truck in Mombasa on Wednesday night.

President Zuma Arrives in Botswana E-mail

 President Jacob Zuma has arrived in neighbouring Botswana for a two-day state visit. His trip to that country follows the successful state visit of President Seretse Khama Ian Khama to South Africa in October 2010, during which the two countries reviewed progress in various areas of bilateral cooperation.

Zesa Stops Disconnections E-mail

ZESA Holdings has stopped disconnecting its domestic and commercial customers pending the installation of pre-paid meters, Energy and Power Development Minister Elton Mangoma has said.

SWF Takes Off October, Rasheed Heads Board E-mail

After much delay, the controversial Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) will become operational October 2, 2012 following the federal government's approval of its Board and appointment of its key management officers. The SWF will commence with an initial capital of $1 billion.

U.S.$400 Billion of Oil Revenue Stolen, Says Ezekwesili E-mail
Former World Bank Vice-President for Africa, Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, Tuesday said an estimated $400 billion of Nigeria's oil revenue has been stolen or misspent since the country's independence in 1960.
Guebuza Visiting Rwanda Over Congo Crisis E-mail
Kigali — Mozambican President Armando Guebuza is due to arrive in Kigali on Tuesday for a two day visit to Rwanda, aimed at persuading the Rwandan government to end its support for the M-23 rebels in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
Ghana on Al-Qaeda hit list- Intelligence Agencies warn E-mail

Ghana is on the list of countries that Al-Qaeeda terrorist group is targeting to launch fresh attacks on, international intelligence agencies have intercepted.

UN Marks One Year of Bomb Attack On Abuja House E-mail
The United Nations Agencies and Organisations in Nigeria, yesterday, remembered all the 23 persons (13 UN staff and 10 non-UN staff) who lost their lives as a result of the unfortunate bombing of the UN House in Abuja on Friday, August 26, 2011.
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