Agitations Reflective of Rot in Polity, Says Sultan

[Guardian] Sokoto, Abuja and Abakaliki -The Sultan of Sokoto and President General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Alhaji Muhammad Sa’ad Abubakar, yesterday described the agitations in the country as symptoms of rot in the …

[Guardian] Sokoto, Abuja and Abakaliki -The Sultan of Sokoto and President General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (NSCIA), Alhaji Muhammad Sa'ad Abubakar, yesterday described the agitations in the country as symptoms of rot in the polity that could be checked by dialogue.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

4,000 People Die of Cancer Annually

[New Zimbabwe] More than 4,000 cancer deaths are being recorded annually in Zimbabwe, with the government moving to establish a prevention and treatment strategy for the deadly cervical cancer which is responsible for most of the fatalities.

[New Zimbabwe] More than 4,000 cancer deaths are being recorded annually in Zimbabwe, with the government moving to establish a prevention and treatment strategy for the deadly cervical cancer which is responsible for most of the fatalities.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

City Politicians Get Special Treatment

[Namibian] The City of Windhoek is considering plans to sell houses to four councillors who want to get the properties because others before them had benefited from the special treatment.

[Namibian] The City of Windhoek is considering plans to sell houses to four councillors who want to get the properties because others before them had benefited from the special treatment.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Truck Drivers Repentant Over Illegally Transported Tree Species

[New Era] Katima Mulilo -Namibian truck drivers who were detained by Zambia authorities for six months on allegations that they illegally transported mukula – a protected tree species – have vowed to never transport mukula timber through Zambia ever ag…

[New Era] Katima Mulilo -Namibian truck drivers who were detained by Zambia authorities for six months on allegations that they illegally transported mukula - a protected tree species - have vowed to never transport mukula timber through Zambia ever again after the horrid experience they endured at the hands of Zambian officials.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia