Two New Murder Cases in High Court

[New Era] Windhoek -Two new murder cases, read with the provisions of the Combating of Domestic Violence Act, started with pre-trial proceedings in the Windhoek High Court yesterday before Judge Christi Liebenberg.

[New Era] Windhoek -Two new murder cases, read with the provisions of the Combating of Domestic Violence Act, started with pre-trial proceedings in the Windhoek High Court yesterday before Judge Christi Liebenberg.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Expelled University Student’s Trial Pushed to Next Year

[Namibian] Expelled University of Namibia student leader Joseph Kalimbwe’s trial has been postponed to 12 June next year after an investigation against him was completed.

[Namibian] Expelled University of Namibia student leader Joseph Kalimbwe's trial has been postponed to 12 June next year after an investigation against him was completed.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Can an Intervention Bring Reforms?

[Lesotho Times] Following the just ended 37 Summit of SADC from 19th to 20th August 2017, speculation is rife that, there will be a military intervention in Lesotho, as a consequence of assisting the government of Lesotho to implement paragraph 19 of t…

[Lesotho Times] Following the just ended 37 Summit of SADC from 19th to 20th August 2017, speculation is rife that, there will be a military intervention in Lesotho, as a consequence of assisting the government of Lesotho to implement paragraph 19 of the communique which demands a road map and security reforms. While the Communique did not even mention any semblance of military intervention, it would appear that, an interview given by Lesotho Foreign Minister Lesego Makhothi, had put sparks on this speculations. It must b

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Outcry Over MPs’ Loans Write Off

[Lesotho Times] The writing-off by the government of M43.54 million members of the Ninth Parliament owed when their term of office prematurely ended in June this year has been met with condemnation from critics who describe the scheme as “legalised cor…

[Lesotho Times] The writing-off by the government of M43.54 million members of the Ninth Parliament owed when their term of office prematurely ended in June this year has been met with condemnation from critics who describe the scheme as "legalised corruption" by the legislators.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Scott Trial Postponed Again

[Lesotho Times] The double ritual murder trial of Koalabata resident Lehlohonolo Scott and his mother, ‘Malehlohonolo was postponed yet again, this time to 5 September, 2017 after their lawyer, Advocate Thulo Hoeane, was reported ill yesterday.

[Lesotho Times] The double ritual murder trial of Koalabata resident Lehlohonolo Scott and his mother, 'Malehlohonolo was postponed yet again, this time to 5 September, 2017 after their lawyer, Advocate Thulo Hoeane, was reported ill yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Govt to Commence 100% Local Fabrication of Modular Refineries

[Vanguard] Abuja -The Federal Government, yesterday, said it has initiated plans to achieve 100 per cent local fabrication of modular refineries in Nigeria and has entered into discussions with Original Equipment Manufacturers, OEM, in this regard.

[Vanguard] Abuja -The Federal Government, yesterday, said it has initiated plans to achieve 100 per cent local fabrication of modular refineries in Nigeria and has entered into discussions with Original Equipment Manufacturers, OEM, in this regard.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Arewa Youths Withdraw Quit Notice, Accuse Igbos of Amassing Weapons

[Vanguard] A coalition of northern group, Arewa Youths Consultative Forum, has withdrawn the earlier quit notice it issued Nigerians of Igbo extraction living in the north to vacate the region before October 1 or face physical attacks.

[Vanguard] A coalition of northern group, Arewa Youths Consultative Forum, has withdrawn the earlier quit notice it issued Nigerians of Igbo extraction living in the north to vacate the region before October 1 or face physical attacks.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Platinum Firm Invests U.S.$62 Million in Smelter

[The Herald] Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), which wholly owns Unki Platinum Mine near Shurugwi, has budgeted more than $62 million for a local smelter, as miners in the sector brace for Government’s ban on unproce…

[The Herald] Johannesburg Stock Exchange-listed Anglo American Platinum (Amplats), which wholly owns Unki Platinum Mine near Shurugwi, has budgeted more than $62 million for a local smelter, as miners in the sector brace for Government's ban on unprocessed mineral exports.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe