Nasa – We Don’t Want Al Ghurair and Morpho in Poll

[Nation] Nasa leader Raila Odinga on Monday demanded new firms print ballots papers and provide technology for the repeat presidential election, arguing that there is enough time to make the changes.

[Nation] Nasa leader Raila Odinga on Monday demanded new firms print ballots papers and provide technology for the repeat presidential election, arguing that there is enough time to make the changes.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Okorocha Bans Thisday, Vanguard Correspondents From Govt House Activities

[This Day] Owerri -Imo State Governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, yesterday carried out his threat against journalists operating in the state, banning the Correspondents of THISDAY and Vanguard Newspapers, Amby Uneze and Chidi Nkwopara, from covering gover…

[This Day] Owerri -Imo State Governor, Chief Rochas Okorocha, yesterday carried out his threat against journalists operating in the state, banning the Correspondents of THISDAY and Vanguard Newspapers, Amby Uneze and Chidi Nkwopara, from covering government house activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Arrest Warrant Issued for Murder Suspect Van Wyk

[New Era] Windhoek -After he failed to make a scheduled court appearance in the High Court before Judge Nate Ndauendapo, a warrant of arrest was issued yesterday for a man from Karasburg in southern Namibia, who allegedly had his victim washed and dres…

[New Era] Windhoek -After he failed to make a scheduled court appearance in the High Court before Judge Nate Ndauendapo, a warrant of arrest was issued yesterday for a man from Karasburg in southern Namibia, who allegedly had his victim washed and dressed before putting her in their bed after she died as a result of the beating he had subjected her to.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Less Tax for Agricultural Land

[New Era] Windhoek -Parliament last week decided to decrease the rate of land tax payable by Namibian citizens to 0,4 percent (previously 0,75 percent) with an increase of 0,25 percent for each additional unit, and for foreign landowners to 1,4 percent…

[New Era] Windhoek -Parliament last week decided to decrease the rate of land tax payable by Namibian citizens to 0,4 percent (previously 0,75 percent) with an increase of 0,25 percent for each additional unit, and for foreign landowners to 1,4 percent (previously 1,75 percent) also with an increase of 0,25 percent for each additional unit.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Men Called On to Refuse Patriarchal Privileges

[New Era] Windhoek -In a recent interview with New Era a feminist from Swaziland called on men to be courageous enough to refuse privileges that come with being male, such as patriarchy and supremacy.

[New Era] Windhoek -In a recent interview with New Era a feminist from Swaziland called on men to be courageous enough to refuse privileges that come with being male, such as patriarchy and supremacy.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Panos Institute Southern Africa Supports Journalists

[Times of Zambia] The media, being the Fourth Estate of governance, has a critical role to play in providing checks and balances by disseminating well-researched and balanced information in order to positively influence policy formulation.

[Times of Zambia] The media, being the Fourth Estate of governance, has a critical role to play in providing checks and balances by disseminating well-researched and balanced information in order to positively influence policy formulation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Water for Livestock to Dry Up Soon in Northern Regions

[New Era] Ongwediva -Despite the good rains received this year, farmers in the northern regions are likely to start feeling the pinch of the dry season, as the water pans and other sources edge towards the brink of drying up.

[New Era] Ongwediva -Despite the good rains received this year, farmers in the northern regions are likely to start feeling the pinch of the dry season, as the water pans and other sources edge towards the brink of drying up.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Early Season Woes for Matlama

[Lesotho Times] IT was yet another miserable weekend for Matlama as the country’s most decorated club were held to a goalless draw by Linare at Maputsoe DIFA Ground on Sunday.

[Lesotho Times] IT was yet another miserable weekend for Matlama as the country's most decorated club were held to a goalless draw by Linare at Maputsoe DIFA Ground on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

LMPS Vow to Stop Bantu

[Lesotho Times] LMPS are confident they can hand champions Bantu their first defeat of the season when the two sides clash in an Econet Premier League match at Setsoto Stadium on Saturday.

[Lesotho Times] LMPS are confident they can hand champions Bantu their first defeat of the season when the two sides clash in an Econet Premier League match at Setsoto Stadium on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho