Christmas Unleashes Cyber Crooks On Online Consumers

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -CONSUMERS eager to spend on their festive season gift online could be at risk of losing up to R68 228 (over US$12 400) per incident as fraudsters across the world are on the prowl to fill up their own Christmas ‘stockings.’

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -CONSUMERS eager to spend on their festive season gift online could be at risk of losing up to R68 228 (over US$12 400) per incident as fraudsters across the world are on the prowl to fill up their own Christmas 'stockings.'

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Thieves Steal Computers From Ohangwena School

[Namibian] It is going to be a hard beginning next year for teachers at Okapombo Combined School in Ongha circuit of Ohangwena region after unknown thieves broke into offices at the school and stole six laptop computers last weekend.

[Namibian] It is going to be a hard beginning next year for teachers at Okapombo Combined School in Ongha circuit of Ohangwena region after unknown thieves broke into offices at the school and stole six laptop computers last weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Poultry Group Calls for Probe of Forced Labour in Brazil

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Rio De Janeiro -South Africa’s poultry industry body has asked the government to investigate allegations of forced labour in the sector in Brazil, the world’s largest poultry exporter.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Rio De Janeiro -South Africa's poultry industry body has asked the government to investigate allegations of forced labour in the sector in Brazil, the world's largest poultry exporter.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Casualties Recorded As Nigerian Soldiers Repel Boko Haram Mainok Attack

[Premium Times] The military command in Borno State has confirmed the attack on troops’ location in Mainok village on Wednesday night saying casualties were recorded on both sides.

[Premium Times] The military command in Borno State has confirmed the attack on troops' location in Mainok village on Wednesday night saying casualties were recorded on both sides.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Cape Town’s Water Crisis – Driven By Politics More Than Drought

[The Conversation Africa] Cape Town, South Africa’s second most populous city, is hurtling towards “Day Zero”: the day taps run dry. This is expected in mid-May, just weeks after the city’s new water supplies are due.

[The Conversation Africa] Cape Town, South Africa's second most populous city, is hurtling towards "Day Zero": the day taps run dry. This is expected in mid-May, just weeks after the city's new water supplies are due.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Canada, Others Empower Bauchi College of Nursing

[This Day] Bauchi -The Canadian government through Global Affairs Canada and its implementing partners World Health Organisation and Population Council have donated three 32-seater buses and learning materials to Bauchi state College of Nursing and Mid…

[This Day] Bauchi -The Canadian government through Global Affairs Canada and its implementing partners World Health Organisation and Population Council have donated three 32-seater buses and learning materials to Bauchi state College of Nursing and Midwifery as part of efforts to ensure adequate human resource for the health sector in the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

For Minnesota Somalis, A Raw, Rising Fear of Deportation

[Shabelle] Mohamed Hussein arrived in Minnesota as an infant more than 20 years ago. On Thursday morning, he was taken from the United States in shackles on a plane bound for Somalia, a country he’s never seen, where he knows no one.

[Shabelle] Mohamed Hussein arrived in Minnesota as an infant more than 20 years ago. On Thursday morning, he was taken from the United States in shackles on a plane bound for Somalia, a country he's never seen, where he knows no one.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Govt Warns Officials Against Recognising Taiwan

[Premium Times] The Federal Government on Thursday reaffirmed its One China policy as part of its drive to strengthen and deepen the bilateral relationship between the two countries.

[Premium Times] The Federal Government on Thursday reaffirmed its One China policy as part of its drive to strengthen and deepen the bilateral relationship between the two countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria