Terms of Use


1. Introduction
2. Use of Data
3. Website Usage
4. Our Services
5. Listings
6. Payments
7. Intellectual Property
8. Third Parties
9. Privacy
10. Liabilities
11. Contacts and Communications
12. Updating and Terminating Information


1. Introduction

1.1 The below terms of use will highlight the conditions of use of this website, “vieews.com” [ also referred to as ‘website’, ‘site’ in this document] and its authorised affiliates. By using this website, you have agreed to these terms and conditions. These conditions may be updated and we will notify all users of updates accordingly.

1.2 Definitions and terms used on this website are as follows:

1.2.1 Users are classed as all visitors using vieews.com and viewing/using information whether registered or not.
1.2.2 Listings are postings made by Users of the website, these may be businesses, products, services, buy requests and contacts between users
1.2.3 Website is vieews.com and its affiliates
1.2.4 Services by vieews.com are offered to users of the website
1.2.5 Buyers are users who visit the website to find sellers/suppliers for the intent of making a purchase
1.2.6 Sellers/Suppliers are users who visit the website to find buyers for the intent of making a sale

2. Use of Data

2.1 We comply with Data Protection Act 1998
2.2 Our privacy policy highlights use of data collected on the website.

3. Website Usage

3.1 Users of vieews.com are hereby advised to use services of the site for the intent set forth in our ‘terms of use’, ‘prohibited listings, ‘how-to’, ‘privacy policy’ and ‘about’ pages. Any user found in breach of usage terms will have their account terminated or suspended as required.
3.2 With the exception of the social media share buttons on the website, Users may not copy, transmit, display or publish information from this website without express approval from us.
3.3 Users are not allowed to use the website or any linked database with use of data scraping or harvesting automated systems
3.4 Our website is accessible through internet or mobile devices and latest browsers however note that older devices and browsers may not show same quality of information. Users are strongly advised to use the latest browsers to get the best of the website features.
3.5 Cookies are used on this website and the relevant cookies statement is available within the privacy policy.
3.6 Users will be held responsible for damages caused to our website through users’ links or spam or other info posted through the website.
3.7 Users shall use the website for the intent which it was designed for. Any users found to be engaged in scams, spam information, payment frauds, lottery scams and any related activities will be banned from the website.
3.8 We are not responsible for any losses to users as a result of making payments or providing services to other users met through the website.

4. Our Services

4.1 Primary services offered via vieews.com are Basic Listing and Premium Listing for Sellers and Buyer Requests for Buyers. We reserve the right to add or remove services at any point. We will endeavour to fulfil the terms of all open agreements where possible.

4.2 Services offered can be found around the vieews.com navigation and site map as well as in your account section. If other services are required, please contact us for options to support your requirements.

4.3 We will endeavour to ensure the website is available at all times without interruptions. However, some features may require updates or redesign and we will not take any liabilities for any consequences for any website interruptions deemed relevant to the upkeep of the website.

4.4 The ‘About’ and ‘How it works’ pages provide overview of vieews.com. We cannot guarantee success of our services in serving your needs and we advise you to ensure precautions in place to avoid losses to you.

5. Listings

5.1 All business, products, services and requests listed on this website are listed by website users. Vieews.com does not guarantee or take responsibility for the accuracy of listings, losses or the quality of services/products provided by users of the website. All users are advised to verify information themselves are required for the transactional circumstances.
5.2 All sellers/businesses/products must be either made in Africa or available to Africa. This platform primarily aims to connect local and global Buyers with the business environment in Africa. Products not fitting this profile may be removed.
5.3 All users intending to list their businesses or products/services are advised to review the ‘Listing Policy’ (subject to regular updates), prior to listing any items on the website to avoid issues with listing being declined or user account being banned.

Listing Policy on vieews.com

We encourage use of vieews to showcase your products and business responsibly while ensuring the integrity of the website.

Alongside any local, national or international laws applicable to your country of origin, the following category listings are banned on this website:

Users whose listings violate the above will be subject to penalties such as having access blocked to site, and if required, further legal actions may be pursued as relevant.
The above list will be updated frequently to keep in line with any new legal requirements and developments.

5.4 We review all listings periodically for suitability on the website to ensure listings meet with minimal guidelines with no potentially illegal or discriminatory information published on the website. However, if you find any inappropriate listings; please contact us with relevant information and links. We will endeavour to action any listings deemed unsuitable as soon as possible.
5.5 Users are advised to be familiar with online trading safety tips as well as undertaking individual extra precautions to avoid losses. We will not be responsible for any losses to users as a consequence of any transaction.
5.6 We reserve the right to use the information you have provided to meet your service requirements such as references in our marketing campaigns

6. Payments

6.1 Payments made to vieews.com are strictly for services offered by vieews.com such as premium/featured options. Vieews.com does not collect payments on behalf of Buyers and/or Sellers for other listings on the website
6.2 Users trading with other users on the website are hereby advised to take due diligence and precautions prior to transacting with other users.
6.3 We utilise third party payment providers such as PayPal or similar and will never require you to enter payment information on vieews.com. Please report anyone asking you to input your confidential payment information on this website.
6.4 Any pricing listed on the website can be revised at any time. Discounts of price breaks that are offered to individual customers only should not be disclosed to other users.
6.5 If you have paid for a premium feature, services will commence upon our acknowledgement of receipt of payment.
6.5.1 Listings last for minimum of 1 year once approved

7. Intellectual Property

7.1 All contents of this website pertaining to the trade secrets and intellectual property remain the property of vieews.com and its owners protected under worldwide copyright laws.
7.2 Users are not allowed to adapt or use any information owned by vieews.com and its affiliates.
7.3 We may use information provided by users to fulfil contractual or other obligations to you for services you require.
7.4 We cannot guarantee or verify intellectual property rights of users or information posted by users. We welcome any feedback on any copyright infringement and we will act accordingly to ensure ownership of intellectual properties are protected.
7.5 We will accept no responsibilities or be liable for losses/adverse outcomes to users using this website information for their purposes.

8. Third Parties

8.1 We may use third parties to support our service offerings and ensure that all parties comply to our usage and privacy policies.

9. Privacy

9.1 Use of information entered by users on this website is governed by our Privacy Policy. We will always endeavour handling of personal data with utmost privacy and care; however, we do have third party providers and affiliates who may also view this data but they will also be required to comply with our privacy policies
9.2 The data collected on the website is predominantly linked to business or product information. We will not require information such as date of birth, credit/payment information.
9.3 We will not send emails requesting personal information from you. All account information can be managed from the account section of your website. If you are in receipt of email from us requesting personal information, please flag such emails to us using our contact form.

10. Liabilities

10.1 We hope you will be satisfied with the services offered, however we do not guarantee you, as a Seller/Supplier, will find a Buyer and any increased business or profits, or Buyers will find Sellers/Suppliers. However, we do our best to advertise with quality mediums to acquire good user database at all times.
10.2 We do not personally verify businesses or products or services or buyer requests added on the website, we endeavour to review all listings to ensure they are in line with website’s listing policies.
10.3 Vieews.com will offer no guarantees to any loss arising from use of information found on the website or linked sites.
10.4 We cannot always guarantee the continuity of our operations at all times but will do our best to communicate any expected or unexpected system downtime.

11. Contacts and Communications

11.1 Contact between users may be made using the relevant ‘contact’ button on business, product, service or buyer request listings.
11.2 Users are advised to share relevant information pertaining to the business transaction and limit the use of Personal data considered to be inadequate, irrelevant or excessive in relation to the purpose of the transaction
11.3 Communications between users and to vieews.com representatives should be fair and professional at all times to preserve the reputation of our website and enhance user experience. Vieews.com is not responsible for any issues between users as a result of communication issues on the website. You can report users found to be abusive or similar to us for follow up actions.
11.4 Vieews.com may be contacted using contact forms listed on the website. We are only currently available through online contacts.
11.5 Vieews.com part of a limited company registered in the United Kingdom. Please contact us for more information where required.

12. Updating and Terminating Information

12.1 To close your account, please contact us and we will close your account as soon as possible.
12.2 Users are advised to ensure their listings are as accurate and up to date as possible. User account provides the option to delete information for listing of products, businesses and buy requests.

Privacy Policy




(August 29th, 2016 – last updated)
This privacy policy is linked to Vieews.com website only [referred to as ‘this website’, ‘site’ in this document] and its authorised affiliates. Users of the website are required to be familiar with our privacy policy to understand how we collect, use, protect or otherwise handle your personally identifiable information in accordance with our website services.

As part of the registration process, you may be asked to enter your personal details such as your name, email address, business name, business address, business email, business phone number, business sales information and other relevant details required to complete the membership process to support the services we will provide to you. Your listing is publicly available to users of this website.
We will never collect information that is not considered to be relevant to the type of services offered such as date of birth, bank information, sensitive payment information and other confidential data.
Information will generally be collected as part of the registration process, when a service is requested by you, use contact forms, when you subscribe to alerts, complete survey, or enter your information voluntarily on various parts of the site.
The information you enter may be used in the following ways:
• To personalise your site experience and/or allow us to deliver content and product offerings which may be of interest to you.
• To improve our website features to enhance users’ experience.
• To allow us to better service you in responding to your customer service requests.
• To administer a contest, promotion, survey or other site feature.
• To quickly process your service requests and transactions.
• To send periodic email notifications regarding your order or other relevant products/services.
• To enable contact between members of our website as stipulated within our terms of services.

We will do our best to protect the information of members and visitors to our site by use of use regular Malware Scanning or similar tools.
Your personal information is contained behind secured networks/firewalls and is only accessible by a limited number of persons who have special access rights to such systems, and are required to keep the information confidential. In addition, all sensitive information you supply is encrypted via Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology.
We implement a variety of security measures when a user places an order enters, submits, or accesses their information to maintain the safety of your personal information.
All payment transactions are processed through a gateway provider such as PayPal and your banking/payment information will not be requested or stored or processed on our servers.
Information such as telephone and email are hidden to prevent junk or spam messages not relevant to service requested. Only contact forms can be used to make contact by registered users.

Cookies are used on this website, and might include 3rd party vendor cookies.
Cookies are small files that a site or its service provider transfers to your computer’s hard drive through your Web browser, depending on your browser Cookies settings, that enable the site’s or service provider’s systems to recognize your browser and capture and remember certain information. For instance, we use cookies to help us remember and process the items in your login details or location already searched for. They are also used to help us understand your search and other preferences based on previous or current site activity, which enables us to provide you with improved services. We also use cookies to help us compile aggregate data about site traffic and site interaction so that we can offer better site experiences and tools in the future.
We use cookies to:
• Help remember and process the items you have viewed previously.
• Understand and save user’s preferences for future visits.
• Keep track of advertisements.
• Compile comprehensive data about site traffic and site interactions in order to offer better site experiences and tools in the future. We may also use trusted third party services, such as google, that track this information on our behalf.
You are able to manage behaviour of cookies using your browser settings to e.g. warn you each time a cookie is being sent, or you can choose to turn off all cookies. Each browser is a little different, so look at your browser’s Help menu to learn the correct way to modify your cookies.
If you disable cookies off, some features may be disabled; however, it will not affect the overall user experience or ability to carry out interactions/transactions.
A cookie usage notification will appear on the site the first time you visit the site to notify you of our cookie usage on the site. We do not track signals and do not track, plant cookies, or use advertising when a Do Not Track (DNT) browser mechanism is in place.
Users may adjust their Google cookies settings here: http://www.google.com/privacy_ads.html

We will not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information unless we provide you with advance notice or you give permission for us to do so. This does not include website hosting partners and other parties who assist us in operating our website, conducting our business, or servicing you, as those parties agree to keep this information confidential as part of Vieews.com supply contract. We may also release your information when we believe release is appropriate to comply with the law, enforce our site policies, or protect ours or others’ rights, property, or safety.
However, non-personally identifiable generic visitor information may be provided to other parties for marketing, advertising, or other uses.
Occasionally, at our discretion, we may include or offer third party products, advertisement links/banners or services on our website. These third party sites have separate and independent privacy policies. We therefore have no responsibility or liability for the content and activities of these linked sites. However, we seek to protect the integrity of our site and welcome any feedback about these sites that may conflict with our site’s privacy policy.

We do not specifically market to children under 16.

By registering on this website, you are giving consent to the use of your personal or business information as set forth in the terms and conditions of the site.

Users can visit our site anonymously
Our Privacy Policy link includes the word ‘Privacy’, and can be easily be found on the page specified above.
Users will be notified of any privacy policy changes:
• On our Privacy Policy Page
Users are able to change their personal information:
• By emailing us
• From their account profile/dashboard
We aim to guarantee the privacy of data on our site and should a data breach occur:
We will notify the users via email or other site posting within 7 business days
If at any time you would like to unsubscribe from receiving future emails, you can click on link in message or contact us and we will promptly remove your email from ALL correspondence.
If there are any questions regarding this privacy policy, you may contact us.

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BREAKING NEWS: Biggest News In Africa Right Now -Ed 13

Presenting a roundup of the biggest news across Africa this past week, catch last week’s biggest news edition 12, in case you missed it.

In this week’s edition #13;

1. First Somali-American makes the US Congress.

  • History was made in the recently concluded United States Of America’s midterm election when the first ever Somali American was elected to Congress.
  • Omar was born in on October 4, 1981, in Mogadishu and was raised in Baydhabo, Somalia. She was the youngest of seven siblings.
  • In 2016, she was elected a Democratic–Farmer–Labor Party member of the Minnesota House of Representatives, making her the first Somali American legislator elected to office in the United States.
  • Ms Omar fled war-torn Somalia as a child and spent four years in a refugee camp.
  • Ilhan Omar was a refugee at Dadaab refugees camp in Kenya. For more of the story read here.

  • 2. More pay for Nigerian workers
  • After long discussions among the Workers Union, the government of Nigeria and the private sector, the Citizens of the West African country can now enjoy increased minimum wage from $49 to $81.
  • President Buhari, who is running for re-election in February, told the press that the plan would be put to the legislature to vote on within the shortest possible time.

  • Organised Labour, yesterday, fixed Tuesday, October 30, for a nationwide mass protest as part of activities to sensitise workers and other Nigerians ahead of the start of an indefinite strike on November 6, over perceived government’s insincerity on a new national minimum wage. Here is more of the story.



    3. Cameroon – Free at last!

  • Tens of pupils kidnapped by separatists in Cameroon have finally been freed. This is according to some churches and school authorities in the country.
  • It not yet clear the reason for the abduction and the terms of the release. The abductors asked for a lot of money which the church could not raise.
  • Some boys were apparently forced to talk in front of a camera to say some of their details including parents’ names.

  • It is also not very clear if the church was able to pay the ransom or not. The abduction really left the children traumatised.
  • 4. Africa’s longest serving president sworn in

  • President Paul Biya won the highly contested Cameroonian election held on 7th October 2018. This was amidst the much-publicized kidnapping of 79 students.

  • Biya started his political career as an official in post-independence 1960s Cameroon. Biya rose to prominence under President Ahmadou Ahidjo. After becoming Director of the Cabinet of the Minister of National Education in January 1964 and Secretary-General of the Ministry of National Education around early July 1965.
  • He was later named Director of the Civil Cabinet of the President in December 1967 and Secretary-General of the Presidency (while remaining Director of the Civil Cabinet) in January 1968.

  • 5. Royalty in Nigeria.

  • Prince Charles arrived in the West African country for an Official visit. The visit is expected to last for three days.
  • The visit that will centre largely on developments in the Muslim-dominated northern part of the African nation, British High Commissioner to Nigeria, said.

  • Among the activities to be carried out by the prince is launch an office of the Department for International Development (DFID) in Kano, the economic nerve centre of the north.
  • Prince Charles will limit his visit to northern Nigeria, this is aimed at showing Britain’s commitment to development in that part of the country.
    “One of the things that interest us – and that we try to get into as much as we can – are activities in the northern part of Nigeria. Said Gozney, British High Commissioner to Nigeria.
  • 6. First ever female president for Ethiopia.

  • The parliament of Ethiopia has approved the appointment of the first ever Lady president in the country and currently the only female serving the Head of State in the entire continent.
  • Ms Sahle-Work Zewde was elected on 25th October 2018.
  • Sahle-Work was only the second woman to be appointed an ambassador in Ethiopia’s history (Ambassador Yodit Emiru was the first woman to hold an ambassadorship).

  • A veteran in the Ethiopian foreign service, Sahle-Work served as Ambassador to Senegal, with accreditation to Mali, Cape Verde, Guinea-Bissau, Gambia and Guinea, from 1989 to 1993. From 1993 to 2002, she was Ambassador to Djibouti and Permanent Representative to the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD).


    7. South African version of “money heist”

  • There was of a beehive of activity in the South African country’s parliament after them just realizing how Corrupt the country has become over the few decades it was around.
  • Corruption in South Africa includes the private use of public resources, bribery, and improper favouritism. The 2017 Transparency International Corruption Perceptions Index assigned South Africa an index of 43 out of 100, ranking South Africa 71 out of 180 countries.
  • This ranking represents a downward direction change with a drop of two points down from 45 (2016 CPI). Countries with scores below 50 are believed to have serious corruption problems
  • 8. The brilliant minds behind the Wonder Of The World, Egyptian Pyramids discovered.

  • A research team from The University of Liverpool with the help of other researchers made a discovery on how the mystery pyramids were made.

  • The Egyptian pyramids are one of the seven wonders of the world.
  • The ancient Egyptians who built the pyramids may have been able to move the massive piled stone blocks across the desert by wetting the sand in front of a contraption built to pull the heavy objects, according to studies.
  • Here is the full story

    9. Doctors in fear of their lives despite them being in their line of duty.

  • Doctors in the war tone Central Africa’s country, Congo are in fear of their lives from the constant attack from the armed fighters.
  • A doctor stationed in Beni, in the north-eastern province of North Kivu. Said the area is an epicentre of the current Ebola outbreak.
  • In the area, any aid worker, especially the locals, can be in imminent danger. Active shooting is common.
  • A few weeks ago, a vehicle of humanitarian staff moving an Ebola patient’s dead body to be buried was attacked and passengers were injured.
  • For this and more of the story click here.

    10. Over 175 dead and thousands others infected in Nigeria.

  • Over 10,000 people have been infected with the killer disease, Cholera and over 175 others feared dead after the bacterial disease that causes severe diarrhoea attacked the Northeastern part of Nigeria.
  • WHO recommends enhanced surveillance for the detection of new cases and improvement of record keeping and data management at healthcare facility level.
  • WHO recommends the urgent establishment of cholera treatment centres in the most affected areas, ensuring that adequate logistics are in place and that medical supplies are in stock.

  • Find the full story Here.
    11. Another infrastructural milestone in the southern part of Africa.

  • The longest suspended bridge was officially opened for use in Maputo Mozambique. The Maputo–Katembe bridge which is Three Kilometers(1.86411miles) long runs connects Maputo Bay in southern Mozambique and will help connect the Mozambican capital of Maputo.

  • The project began as a vision of former Mozambican President Samora Machel.
  • In 1989, plans for an improved transportation network, which included the proposal of a bridge, as part of Maputo’s urbanisation policy, were endorsed by the World Bank.
  • 12. Running for peace between two nations.

  • The Eritrean–Ethiopian War, one of the conflicts in the Horn of Africa, took place between Ethiopia and Eritrea from May 1998 to June 2000, with the final peace agreement only agreed to in 2018, twenty years after the initial confrontation.

  • Two Eastern African Countries that had been at war for years eventually had a peace event which was a 10-Kilometer marathon.The citizens of the countries, Ethiopia and Eritrea merged together at Addis Ababa for the memorial peace event.
  • 13. 200 corpses found in a grave in Ethiopia

  • Around 200 bodies were earthed in a town new the border of Somali and Ethiopia. The bodies are suspected to be of civilians.
  • The bodies were uncovered in a mass grave of 200 people in the troubled area between the country’s Oromia and Somali regions.

  • The police were carrying out a court-ordered investigation for evidence of alleged abuses by forces loyal to the former president of the Somali
  • The bodies appeared to be related to a series of ethnic clashes carried out by an unofficial militia known as the Liyu that were loyal to the former Somali region leader.


14. Zimbabwe Airlines up for sale.

  • The low performing airline in the market was put up for sale later last month. This was due to debts by the carrier.
  • Air Zimbabwe is among many actions is among dozens of state-owned firms, known locally as parastatals, that are set to be partially or fully privatised in the next nine months as the government seeks to cut its fiscal deficit seen at 11% of GDP this year.

  • The air carrier company is set to be privatized at a price ranging from 300 million US Dollars.

15. Congo hit hard by ebola

  • Hundreds have died and many more infected by Ebola in the Central African country.
  • According to WHO, a large number of internally displaced persons and the influx of Congolese refugees in neighbouring countries pose a risk factor for transmission of the virus at a national and regional level.

  • The risk of introduction of the virus via an infected traveller to the EU/EEA is considered very low at this stage.
  • The Ebola outbreak was reported in Kivu. Here is the Full story





16. Former Mobile Corporation Giant vie for presidency in Congo.

  • Fayulu was chosen by the opposition party to go head to head with the re-known president Kabila.
  • Martin Madidi Fayulu was born 21 November 1956. He is a businessman and also a lawmaker from the Democratic Republic of the Congo. He is the leader of the Engagement for Citizenship and Development party. On 11 November 2018, he was chosen by seven opposition leaders to be their joint presidential candidate in the 2018 Democratic Republic of the Congo general election.
  • Fayulu, who spent almost two decades at Exxon Mobil
  • For more insight on the story, see Here.

  • 17. Nigeria’s 9mobile now under Teleology

  • After hard times new board of directors took over Telecoms firm, Teleology Nigeria Limited and on Monday they announced the constitution of new bosses for Nigerian telecommunication company, 9mobile.
  • It has been about eight months when it made the initial $50 million non-refundable deposit to acquire 9mobile, Teleology holdings have been given final approval of no objection by the Board of the Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) to own the telecommunications company.
  • The company also immediately, constituted a new board of directors to manage the affairs of the company bidding the interim board which held forth while the bid process and payment negotiations lasted, farewell. See Here.

18.We are not responsible for his kidnapping.

  • These were the words echoed by the Zimbabwean Government after claims of them being responsible for the kidnapping of the MDC leader. Nelson Chemisa’s ordeal took place on Sunday.
  • Chimisa said so because he apparently has been followed even while having prayers in Domboshava. Intelligence officers block their way. Even when he was not with his entourage they follow and block them.
  • Chamisa said he was planning to meet South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and other SADC leaders to apprise them of the deteriorating political and economic environment in Zimbabwe.
  • He said Mnangagwa’s government had failed to address the economic problems facing the country. Chamisa has been mobilising his supporters to stage demonstrations against Mnangagwa, claiming that the Zanu-PF leader rigged the July 30 elections.

  • 19. Google Celebrates Christy Essien-Igbokwe’s 58th

  • The Tech Giant’s Google Doodle was of the late Nigerian singer, Christy Uduak Essien-Igbokwe, on her 58th. Google celebrates the “Nigeria’s Lady of Songs.” birthday by Doodling her.
  • Christy Uduak Essien-Igbokwe from around 11 November 1960 to 30 June 2011 was a Nigerian musician and actress. In her lifetime, she was sometimes called Nigeria’s Lady of Songs and was known for her song “Seun Rere“.

  • She was the first female president of the Performing Musicians Association of Nigeria (PMAN). She was also the chairwoman and managing director of Soul Train entertainment limited.

20. Who is heading to the election polls in Africa

  • Nigeria heads to the polls soon in 2019; calls were made for citizens to get their Permanent Voter’s Card (PVC) cards, however common complaint remains who will they vote for? Issues have come up with difficulties reported to acquire the voter’s card. Some branded voter’s card appeared online on Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce website.
  • Madagascar is scheduled to hold first round of presidential election in November, 2018, and second round in December 2018, according to the Prime Minister.
  • Algerians will head to the polls in April 2019 to elect a new president and is not without controversy.

  • DR Congo heads to the polls in December 2018, submission of applications for presidency opens in DR Congo. Jean-Pierre Bemba, who had charges of war crimes recently dropped was rumoured to be a potential contender. However, the recommendation from the current ruling party is to declare Jean-Pierre Bemba ineligible as he was still convicted of witness tampering at the International Courts in Hague.

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