Oshikoto Scholars Urged to Study in Norway

[New Era] Omuthiya -Norwegians have expressed an interest to see more Namibian people studying in their country, specifically those from Oshikoto Region, in order to benefit from a twinning agreement signed in 2015.

[New Era] Omuthiya -Norwegians have expressed an interest to see more Namibian people studying in their country, specifically those from Oshikoto Region, in order to benefit from a twinning agreement signed in 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Opposition Targets Rural Kunene Ahead of 2019

[New Era] Opuwo -DTA members, including those from its central committee, are mobilising the masses in rural parts of northern Kunene to regain the votes the party lost during the local and regional elections of 2014. The visits by the DTA are also aim…

[New Era] Opuwo -DTA members, including those from its central committee, are mobilising the masses in rural parts of northern Kunene to regain the votes the party lost during the local and regional elections of 2014. The visits by the DTA are also aimed at preparing for the 2019 elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Police for Elections 2017 Doubled

[Nation] The number of police officers who will man the August 2017 elections has been doubled to 180,000, up from 95,000 in 2013, as the electoral agency gears up for the start of official campaigns on May 28.

[Nation] The number of police officers who will man the August 2017 elections has been doubled to 180,000, up from 95,000 in 2013, as the electoral agency gears up for the start of official campaigns on May 28.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Millers Say No Unga Price Relief Until July

[Nation] Maize flour (unga) prices are unlikely to come down until July when the stock of grain available locally is expected to meet the country’s needs, millers said, setting up consumers for two and half more months of pain at the shop.

[Nation] Maize flour (unga) prices are unlikely to come down until July when the stock of grain available locally is expected to meet the country's needs, millers said, setting up consumers for two and half more months of pain at the shop.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

70 Oil Firms At Risk of Losing Licences

[Nation] Seventy oil marketers risk being kicked out of business as it emerges that they have failed to comply with licensing requirements that should ordinarily enable them to import and transport petroleum products in Kenya.

[Nation] Seventy oil marketers risk being kicked out of business as it emerges that they have failed to comply with licensing requirements that should ordinarily enable them to import and transport petroleum products in Kenya.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya