Baby Dumped At Swakop

[Namibian] NOT all babies had a wonderful start to a new life in the new year after one was discovered dead in a rubbish bin at Swakopmund last week.

[Namibian] NOT all babies had a wonderful start to a new life in the new year after one was discovered dead in a rubbish bin at Swakopmund last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Zifa to Table 2018 Roadmap

[The Herald] Under pressure to address a host of queries that have seemed to characterise their governance of the game lately — are this afternoon expected to set the tone for 2018 by outlining their roadmap at a Press conference in the capital.

[The Herald] Under pressure to address a host of queries that have seemed to characterise their governance of the game lately -- are this afternoon expected to set the tone for 2018 by outlining their roadmap at a Press conference in the capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Stamigold Given 14 Days to Present Business Plan

[Daily News] THE Permanent Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Minerals, Prof Simon Msanjila, has given Stamigold Company Limited a 14 day-ultimatum to prepare a business strategic plan, which will show how it will operate without depending on government…

[Daily News] THE Permanent Secretary (PS) in the Ministry of Minerals, Prof Simon Msanjila, has given Stamigold Company Limited a 14 day-ultimatum to prepare a business strategic plan, which will show how it will operate without depending on government funding.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Dauda Still On FCP Radar

[The Herald] Gweru -DESPITE not being initially registered for the Champions League, Ghanaian striker Ibrahim Dauda, remains on the radar of FC Platinum with the West African expected to be cast of the miners that will head for a pre-season camp in Bul…

[The Herald] Gweru -DESPITE not being initially registered for the Champions League, Ghanaian striker Ibrahim Dauda, remains on the radar of FC Platinum with the West African expected to be cast of the miners that will head for a pre-season camp in Bulawayo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Arusha to Host World Council of Churches… 50 Years On African Soil

[Daily News] FOR the first time in 50 years since the event was last held in Africa, the World Council of Churches convenes another major conference in Arusha within the next two months.

[Daily News] FOR the first time in 50 years since the event was last held in Africa, the World Council of Churches convenes another major conference in Arusha within the next two months.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Official Warns Against Disrupting School Lessons

[Namibian] //KARAS education director /Awebahe Johannes //Hoëseb has warned that releasing pupils to participate at events such as World Food Day to welcome dignitaries, negatively impacts educational outcomes.

[Namibian] //KARAS education director /Awebahe Johannes //Hoëseb has warned that releasing pupils to participate at events such as World Food Day to welcome dignitaries, negatively impacts educational outcomes.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Angola’s Depleting FX Reserves Led to Currency Easing – Central Bank

[Namibian] Angola’s depleting foreign exchange reserves prompted the central bank to ease currency controls, the regulator said on Thursday, a day after plans were unveiled to restructure foreign debt and allow looser trading of the kwanza.

[Namibian] Angola's depleting foreign exchange reserves prompted the central bank to ease currency controls, the regulator said on Thursday, a day after plans were unveiled to restructure foreign debt and allow looser trading of the kwanza.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia