Conference On Sudanese Modernist Thinker Banned in Khartoum

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Officers of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) prohibited a conference of the Sudanese Philosophy Club in Khartoum that was scheduled to start on Monday, on the grounds that the organisers did obtain a permi…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Officers of the National Intelligence and Security Service (NISS) prohibited a conference of the Sudanese Philosophy Club in Khartoum that was scheduled to start on Monday, on the grounds that the organisers did obtain a permit for the event.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Editor-in-Chief of El Tayar in Prison After Refusing to Pay Fine

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The editor-in-chief of El Tayar newspaper has been transferred to El Hoda Prison in Omdurman after he was sentenced to a fine or imprisonment for ‘violating professional ethics’ by publishing an opinion piece on the alleged ab…

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -The editor-in-chief of El Tayar newspaper has been transferred to El Hoda Prison in Omdurman after he was sentenced to a fine or imprisonment for 'violating professional ethics' by publishing an opinion piece on the alleged abuse of power by circles close to the Sudanese president five years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Curfew in South Kordofan Town After Protests Against the Use of Cyanide

[Radio Dabanga] Kologi -Authorities in South Kordofan declared the State of Emergency in Kologi on Friday. Speaking to Radio Dabanga, a listener reported from Kologi that the locality commissioner, Col. (Retd) Mousa Younes imposed a curfew that went in…

[Radio Dabanga] Kologi -Authorities in South Kordofan declared the State of Emergency in Kologi on Friday. Speaking to Radio Dabanga, a listener reported from Kologi that the locality commissioner, Col. (Retd) Mousa Younes imposed a curfew that went into effect on Friday evening.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Date Set for Fraud Trial

[Namibian] A FORMER bank official accused of embezzling more than N$1,8 million over almost three years is due to go on trial in the Windhoek High Court in January 2018.

[Namibian] A FORMER bank official accused of embezzling more than N$1,8 million over almost three years is due to go on trial in the Windhoek High Court in January 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Fall Army Worm Outbreak Expected

[Namibian] The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry has warned of a possible outbreak of fall army worm in southern Africa during the 2017/18 crop season.

[Namibian] The Ministry of Agriculture, Water and Forestry has warned of a possible outbreak of fall army worm in southern Africa during the 2017/18 crop season.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Development Bank Promotes Campaign On Financial Citizenship

[ANGOP] Malanje -A sensitisation campaign on financial citizenship, mainly designed for young leaders, kicked off last Monday in Malanje City, northern province with the same name, an event being promoted by the Development Bank of Angola (BDA).

[ANGOP] Malanje -A sensitisation campaign on financial citizenship, mainly designed for young leaders, kicked off last Monday in Malanje City, northern province with the same name, an event being promoted by the Development Bank of Angola (BDA).

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Poaching Cases Down This Year

[Namibian] FEWER cases of poaching have been recorded across the country so far this year, announced environment minister Pohamba Shifeta in Windhoek yesterday.

[Namibian] FEWER cases of poaching have been recorded across the country so far this year, announced environment minister Pohamba Shifeta in Windhoek yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bomb Scare Cop Pays Fine After Conviction

[Namibian] The police officer responsible for a bomb scare at Hosea Kutako International Airport almost seven years ago paid a fine of N$6 000 after his sentencing on a charge of defeating or obstructing the course of justice yesterday.

[Namibian] The police officer responsible for a bomb scare at Hosea Kutako International Airport almost seven years ago paid a fine of N$6 000 after his sentencing on a charge of defeating or obstructing the course of justice yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia