Two Members Sworn-in As Judicial Service Commissioners

[Foroyaa] The president, His Excellency Mr. Adama Barrow has presided over the swearing-in ceremony of two newly appointed members of the Judicial Service Commission at a ceremony held at state house in Fajara, Friday 17 August, 2017.

[Foroyaa] The president, His Excellency Mr. Adama Barrow has presided over the swearing-in ceremony of two newly appointed members of the Judicial Service Commission at a ceremony held at state house in Fajara, Friday 17 August, 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

A New Beginning for the Media

[Foroyaa] Under the regime of former president Jammeh impunity was the order of the day. Journalists were killed, made to disappear, arrested, detained without trial or imprisoned for what they have written or said, forced into exile, tortured, harasse…

[Foroyaa] Under the regime of former president Jammeh impunity was the order of the day. Journalists were killed, made to disappear, arrested, detained without trial or imprisoned for what they have written or said, forced into exile, tortured, harassed and because of this hostile atmosphere self-censorship became the order of the day. Media houses or houses of media practitioners were either set on fire or closed on no legal ground.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Local Bank Invests in Students Education

[Namibia Economist] As part of its commitment to develop the academic potential of young Namibians, Standard Bank is investing a total of close to N$1 million for this academic year through its Corporate Social Investment Bursary Scheme to 7 students.

[Namibia Economist] As part of its commitment to develop the academic potential of young Namibians, Standard Bank is investing a total of close to N$1 million for this academic year through its Corporate Social Investment Bursary Scheme to 7 students.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Anger Grows Over Constant Omusati Power Outages

[Namibian] RESIDENTS of Omusati region have expressed anger at northern electricity distributor Nored over regular power outages across the region, which they say are crippling businesses and hampering daily activities.

[Namibian] RESIDENTS of Omusati region have expressed anger at northern electricity distributor Nored over regular power outages across the region, which they say are crippling businesses and hampering daily activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia