Ministry Downplays Congress Resolution 128

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejected U.S. Congress resolution 128 – a human rights-centered resolution against the Ethiopian government – claiming it untimely and inappropriate.

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Foreign Affairs rejected U.S. Congress resolution 128 - a human rights-centered resolution against the Ethiopian government - claiming it untimely and inappropriate.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Newcomers React to NAMA Nods

[Namibian] A few weeks ago, the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) organising committee released a list of its latest nominees at a trendy event in the capital city.

[Namibian] A few weeks ago, the Namibian Annual Music Awards (NAMAs) organising committee released a list of its latest nominees at a trendy event in the capital city.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Quality Raw Materials to Elevate Productivity

[Ethiopian Herald] The government has established textile and leather industries as key priority sectors in its Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) given that they are both resource-based industries, and that the country has the resources to integrate…

[Ethiopian Herald] The government has established textile and leather industries as key priority sectors in its Growth and Transformation Plan (GTP) given that they are both resource-based industries, and that the country has the resources to integrate the entire value chain, from the sources of raw materials up to export.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Renewable Energy Initiative Launched in Zambezi

[Namibian] A project on renewable energy use for climate change mitigation was launched at Muyako village in the Zambezi region’s Katima rural constituency by the Namibia Red Cross Society on Tuesday.

[Namibian] A project on renewable energy use for climate change mitigation was launched at Muyako village in the Zambezi region's Katima rural constituency by the Namibia Red Cross Society on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

//Karas Lifts Congo Fever Quarantine

[Namibian] //Karas regional health director Bartholomeus Muntenda yesterday confirmed that the 37 Keetmanshoop residents who had been in contact with a deceased Congo fever victim have been released from quarantine after being cleared of the disease.

[Namibian] //Karas regional health director Bartholomeus Muntenda yesterday confirmed that the 37 Keetmanshoop residents who had been in contact with a deceased Congo fever victim have been released from quarantine after being cleared of the disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Congolese Doctor’s Bail Hearing Postponed

[Namibian] The case of a Congolese expatriate medical doctor at the Oshakati State Hospital, Benhard Mulumba, who is accused of raping a student, has been postponed to next week.

[Namibian] The case of a Congolese expatriate medical doctor at the Oshakati State Hospital, Benhard Mulumba, who is accused of raping a student, has been postponed to next week.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Govt Clueless About Foreign Bank Accounts

[Namibian] The home affairs ministry could not account for over N$16,7 million transferred into five bank accounts based in foreign countries during the 2016/17 financial year.

[Namibian] The home affairs ministry could not account for over N$16,7 million transferred into five bank accounts based in foreign countries during the 2016/17 financial year.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Govt Re-Sued Over Sterilisations

[Namibian] Four women who previously sued the government after they were sterilised without their informed consent have again taken legal action against the authorities – this time in an attempt to force the minister of health and social services to ad…

[Namibian] Four women who previously sued the government after they were sterilised without their informed consent have again taken legal action against the authorities - this time in an attempt to force the minister of health and social services to adhere to agreements to pay N$250 000 in compensation to each of them.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Five Fingers for Marseilles Makes R500k On Opening Weekend

[News24Wire] Michael Matthews’ Five Fingers for Marseilles, starring Vuyo Dabula, made a thunderous debut at the box office, opening with more than half a million in ticket sales.

[News24Wire] Michael Matthews' Five Fingers for Marseilles, starring Vuyo Dabula, made a thunderous debut at the box office, opening with more than half a million in ticket sales.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa