Ear-Biting ‘Struggle Kid’ Jailed Over Assault

[Namibian] An assault during which one of the so-called children of the liberation struggle bit off part of the ear of a fellow ‘struggle kid’ has landed the assailant a jail term of two and a half years.

[Namibian] An assault during which one of the so-called children of the liberation struggle bit off part of the ear of a fellow 'struggle kid' has landed the assailant a jail term of two and a half years.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Group Bemoans 13-Year-Old Boy’s Condition

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities (ZAPD) is appealing to well-wishers to come to the aid of a 13-year-old boy tormented by a life-threatening condition.

[Times of Zambia] The Zambia Agency for Persons with Disabilities (ZAPD) is appealing to well-wishers to come to the aid of a 13-year-old boy tormented by a life-threatening condition.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

‘Swaziland a Friend Indeed’

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has said Zambia is committed to boosting trade with Swaziland on the premise of unlocking available business growth opportunities between the two countries.

[Times of Zambia] President Edgar Lungu has said Zambia is committed to boosting trade with Swaziland on the premise of unlocking available business growth opportunities between the two countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

First Lady Advocates for Girl Child Education

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -First Lady, Dr Getrude Mutharika has called on her fellow women in the country to inspire each other and work together towards women empowerment with emphasis on girl education.

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -First Lady, Dr Getrude Mutharika has called on her fellow women in the country to inspire each other and work together towards women empowerment with emphasis on girl education.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Attack Me First, Before You Evict Igbo, Sultan Tells Northern Youths

[Guardian] Fresh condemnation has trailed the quit notice given to Igbo by northern youths as the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Abubakar Sa’ad, has said anybody planning attack on the south easterners would have to attack him first.

[Guardian] Fresh condemnation has trailed the quit notice given to Igbo by northern youths as the Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Abubakar Sa'ad, has said anybody planning attack on the south easterners would have to attack him first.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

6 Schools in Trouble Over Labour Issues

[The Herald] At least six schools in Manicaland stand to lose a total of $509 200 in labour related disputes with former employees, investigations by The Herald Eastern Edition have revealed.

[The Herald] At least six schools in Manicaland stand to lose a total of $509 200 in labour related disputes with former employees, investigations by The Herald Eastern Edition have revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Refinances Debt and Adds More Loans

[Vanguard] THE recent announcement by the Federal Minister of Finance of the government’s decision to refinance the country’s debt by borrowing dollars at seven per cent instead of locally at between 13 and 18.5 per cent would have been commendable if …

[Vanguard] THE recent announcement by the Federal Minister of Finance of the government's decision to refinance the country's debt by borrowing dollars at seven per cent instead of locally at between 13 and 18.5 per cent would have been commendable if it was not just a mere paper exercise which would still not reduce the quantum of debt the country is owing. On paper it would reduce the cost of borrowing, but at maturity it would require the country to source for dollars to repay.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Slain Police Officers Leave a Legacy

[News24Wire] Honouring the 40 slain police officers who died in the last year, is not only about loss, memory and sacrifice but also legacy and ensuring that no other child is left orphaned by criminals, Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa told an emotion…

[News24Wire] Honouring the 40 slain police officers who died in the last year, is not only about loss, memory and sacrifice but also legacy and ensuring that no other child is left orphaned by criminals, Deputy president Cyril Ramaphosa told an emotional crowd on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa