Rogue Cops Arrested for Theft, Burglary

[New Era] Omuthiya -Seven police officers in Oshikoto region have been arrested over the past two weeks on suspicion of theft and housebreaking, Oshikoto Regional Police Commander Commissioner Armas Shivute has confirmed.

[New Era] Omuthiya -Seven police officers in Oshikoto region have been arrested over the past two weeks on suspicion of theft and housebreaking, Oshikoto Regional Police Commander Commissioner Armas Shivute has confirmed.

Petition Against Steve Hofmeyr Concert

[New Era] Swakopmund -Namibians of all colours have taken to social media to voice their concern over a planned concert in which controversial South African far right-wing singer, Steve Hofmey, is expected to perform.

[New Era] Swakopmund -Namibians of all colours have taken to social media to voice their concern over a planned concert in which controversial South African far right-wing singer, Steve Hofmey, is expected to perform.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Communal Farmers Urged to Spend Time in Crop Fields

[New Era] Ongwediva -Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) regional coordinator for the Ohangwena region, Hidipo Hamata, is calling upon communal farmers to spend less time in cuca-shops and invest more in crop fields.

[New Era] Ongwediva -Popular Democratic Movement (PDM) regional coordinator for the Ohangwena region, Hidipo Hamata, is calling upon communal farmers to spend less time in cuca-shops and invest more in crop fields.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

I Haven’t Done Anything Wrong – Mulunga

[New Era] Windhoek -National Petroleum Company Namcor Managing Director (MD), Immanuel Mulunga, yesterday maintained that he has done nothing wrong despite the company’s board placing him on special leave.

[New Era] Windhoek -National Petroleum Company Namcor Managing Director (MD), Immanuel Mulunga, yesterday maintained that he has done nothing wrong despite the company's board placing him on special leave.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Sir Paul Banda Asks Malawi Govt to Protect Musicians

[Nyasa Times] The legendary musician, Sir Paul Banda has asked government to consider introducing laws that would ensure that intellectual property of musicians is protected.

[Nyasa Times] The legendary musician, Sir Paul Banda has asked government to consider introducing laws that would ensure that intellectual property of musicians is protected.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Ghanaian Airline Now Flies In

[New Republic] The airspace of Liberia is again boosted with the introduction of Africa World Airlines (AWA) into the country on Tuesday via the Roberts International Airport.

[New Republic] The airspace of Liberia is again boosted with the introduction of Africa World Airlines (AWA) into the country on Tuesday via the Roberts International Airport.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

“Respect, Implement Supreme Court’s Mandate,” Labor Congress Tells NEC

[Observer] The Secretary General of the Liberia Labor Congress (LLC), David Sackoh, said at a press conference last weekend that the LLC welcomes the holding of the runoff election with the hope that the NEC will respect and implement the Supreme Court…

[Observer] The Secretary General of the Liberia Labor Congress (LLC), David Sackoh, said at a press conference last weekend that the LLC welcomes the holding of the runoff election with the hope that the NEC will respect and implement the Supreme Court’s mandate, which includes the cleanup of the Final Registration Roll (FRR) to ensure transparency and integrity in the process.

Pres. Sirleaf Prededicates RIA New Passenger Terminal, Runway

[Observer] Indications have emerged that the new passenger terminal at the Roberts International Airport (RIA), which was pre-dedicated by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday, will increase passenger volume and provide better services comparable …

[Observer] Indications have emerged that the new passenger terminal at the Roberts International Airport (RIA), which was pre-dedicated by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf yesterday, will increase passenger volume and provide better services comparable elsewhere in the world.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia