Govt to Tighten Screws On Gun Control

[Times of Zambia] The Ministry of Home Affairs is looking at stringent measures of screening people wanting to own guns in the wake of increased crimes of passion involving couples in the country.

[Times of Zambia] The Ministry of Home Affairs is looking at stringent measures of screening people wanting to own guns in the wake of increased crimes of passion involving couples in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Breytenbach Claims Mdluli Probe Was Reason Behind Her NPA Suspension

[News24Wire] Former prosecutor, and now DA MP, Glynnis Breytenbach has reiterated that the case against former police crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli is at the heart of the reason for her suspension from the NPA, and the subsequent criminal char…

[News24Wire] Former prosecutor, and now DA MP, Glynnis Breytenbach has reiterated that the case against former police crime intelligence head Richard Mdluli is at the heart of the reason for her suspension from the NPA, and the subsequent criminal charges levelled against her.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Some Members of Ruling Party Youth Wing Accused of Mistreating Kanyinya Residents

[Iwacu] Inhabitants of Kinyinya I hill from Gatumba area in Mutimbuzi commune of the Bujumbura province, denounce the tortures inflicted by members of the ruling party youth wing when conducting night patrols. They criticize local authorities for not t…

[Iwacu] Inhabitants of Kinyinya I hill from Gatumba area in Mutimbuzi commune of the Bujumbura province, denounce the tortures inflicted by members of the ruling party youth wing when conducting night patrols. They criticize local authorities for not taking the problem seriously.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Disabled People Claim Accessibility to Public Buildings

[Iwacu] Following the inaccessibility to health buildings and lack of information related to the health and reproduction domain, people living with disabilities say they face several challenges regarding the access to appropriate treatment. Adelaide Ny…

[Iwacu] Following the inaccessibility to health buildings and lack of information related to the health and reproduction domain, people living with disabilities say they face several challenges regarding the access to appropriate treatment. Adelaide Nyigina, chairwoman of the Union of People living with Disabilities in Burundi (U.P.H.B), says some buildings and installations are not appropriate for disabled people. "Buildings with stairs and some installations including delivery rooms- which are not appropriate fo

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Legal Funds ‘Running Out’ for Axe Murder Accused

[News24Wire] Henri van Breda’s defence team is reaching a point where it may have to withdraw as their client is fast running out of funds, his lawyer Advocate Pieter Botha said in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.

[News24Wire] Henri van Breda's defence team is reaching a point where it may have to withdraw as their client is fast running out of funds, his lawyer Advocate Pieter Botha said in the Western Cape High Court on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Musician Sally Signs MOU With Public Relations Firm

[New Era] Windhoek -Songstress Sally Ephraim Keya, popularly known by her stage name Boss Madam, has signed with public relations company Poiyah Media to enhance her brand name.

[New Era] Windhoek -Songstress Sally Ephraim Keya, popularly known by her stage name Boss Madam, has signed with public relations company Poiyah Media to enhance her brand name.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Registration Deadline for Cycle Classic

[Namibian] Online registrations and payment for all mountain bike (MTB) and road bike cycling races, as well as for the 10km competitive run and 5km fun run-walk of The Namibian Pick n Pay Cycle Classic 2017, close on Wednesday, October 11.

[Namibian] Online registrations and payment for all mountain bike (MTB) and road bike cycling races, as well as for the 10km competitive run and 5km fun run-walk of The Namibian Pick n Pay Cycle Classic 2017, close on Wednesday, October 11.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia