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South Africa’s top court rules state reimbursement by Zuma

By Nqobile Dludla| 03-31-2016

South African President Jacob Zuma failed to “uphold, defend and respect” the constitution when he ignored the order of an anti-corruption watchdog to repay some of the $16 million spent to upgrade his private home, the Constitutional Court ruled on Thursday. After delivering a stinging rebuke to the scandal-plagued leader, the court gave Zuma 105 … Continue reading “South Africa’s top court rules state reimbursement by Zuma”


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Nigeria in talks with Chevron, Total and Eni to revamp refineries-state oil firm

By Camillus Eboh| 03-29-2016

Nigeria is in talks with oil majors Chevron to get help revamping the ailing refineries in Africa’s top crude producer, its oil minister said on Tuesday. The West African nation has been trying to restart its outdated refineries in Port Harcourt, Warri and Kaduna to end its dependency on costly fuel imports. For weeks, motorists … Continue reading “Nigeria in talks with Chevron, Total and Eni to revamp refineries-state oil firm”


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