Ammunition Retrieved in Manenberg

[SAPS] Western Cape: To create a safe and secure environment for all people, members of Manenberg SAPS Crime Prevention Unit followed up on information they received from the community of ammunition allegedly buried in the back yard of a premises in Th…

[SAPS] Western Cape: To create a safe and secure environment for all people, members of Manenberg SAPS Crime Prevention Unit followed up on information they received from the community of ammunition allegedly buried in the back yard of a premises in Thames Walk Manenberg. Earlier today at about 12:30 a search was conducted on the premises and it led to the discovery of one hundred 10mm rounds of ammunition used in a Tokarev pistol.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Pietermaritzburg Residents Fetch Water From a Dirty River

[GroundUp] Residents of Willowfountain in Pietermaritzburg are still fetching dirty water from the river in spite of the installation of a new reservoir in March. Communal taps in KwaPhupha in Willowfountain ran dry in February last year and in spite o…

[GroundUp] Residents of Willowfountain in Pietermaritzburg are still fetching dirty water from the river in spite of the installation of a new reservoir in March. Communal taps in KwaPhupha in Willowfountain ran dry in February last year and in spite of the construction of a new reservoir, the water supply has not resumed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Water and Sanitation Offers Bursaries to Three Learners in North West

[Govt of SA] The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) in North West has changed the lives of three (3) learners from Pitso Letlhogile Secondary School for the better when they were offered full bursaries to study any water related courses at univer…

[Govt of SA] The Department of Water and Sanitation (DWS) in North West has changed the lives of three (3) learners from Pitso Letlhogile Secondary School for the better when they were offered full bursaries to study any water related courses at universities of their choices.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Squatters Want Fast-Tracking of Relocation

[New Era] Walvis Bay -Illegal land occupiers at Walvis Bay want to Minister of Rural and Urban Development Sophia Shaningwa, as well as Governor of the Erongo Region Cleophas Mutjavikua to pressure the Namibia Planning Advisory Board (Nampab) to fast-t…

[New Era] Walvis Bay -Illegal land occupiers at Walvis Bay want to Minister of Rural and Urban Development Sophia Shaningwa, as well as Governor of the Erongo Region Cleophas Mutjavikua to pressure the Namibia Planning Advisory Board (Nampab) to fast-track the Farm 37 housing initiative for their relocation.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Continued Closure of Colleges Is National Tragedy – Opposition

[Nyasa Times] Members of Parliament (MPs), mostly from the opposition, took government to task on Tuesday to act with urgency and seriousness and open Chancellor College in eastern city of Zomba, a constituent of the University of Malawi (Unima).

[Nyasa Times] Members of Parliament (MPs), mostly from the opposition, took government to task on Tuesday to act with urgency and seriousness and open Chancellor College in eastern city of Zomba, a constituent of the University of Malawi (Unima).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi