Police Ordered to Prefer Charges Against Nairobi’s ‘Gangster Queen’

[Nairobi News] A magistrate has ordered the investigating officers in a case in which a woman is suspected to be part of a gang that has been breaking into homes, to state the charges she and her co-accused are facing.

[Nairobi News] A magistrate has ordered the investigating officers in a case in which a woman is suspected to be part of a gang that has been breaking into homes, to state the charges she and her co-accused are facing.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Aspiring Engineer Makes ‘Helicopter’ From Scrap

[New Era] Indongo Yakelu -An aspiring Namibian aircraft and mechanical engineer has assembled a helicopter, a car and a motorbike all from scrap metal, debunking the notion that people who struggle academically cannot do anything in life. The aspiring …

[New Era] Indongo Yakelu -An aspiring Namibian aircraft and mechanical engineer has assembled a helicopter, a car and a motorbike all from scrap metal, debunking the notion that people who struggle academically cannot do anything in life. The aspiring engineer is Mateus Mundjembo aged 18.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Desperate, Deserted Mothers Flock Dar es Salaam RC Office

[Daily News] A HUGE turn up of mothers who claim to have been deserted by their co-parents gather at Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner’s (RC) Office yesterday. The deserted mothers were responding to RC Paul Makonda invitation to register their conce…

[Daily News] A HUGE turn up of mothers who claim to have been deserted by their co-parents gather at Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner's (RC) Office yesterday. The deserted mothers were responding to RC Paul Makonda invitation to register their concerns for legal assistance.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Teacher Under Fire for Duct-Taping Pupils

[Namibian] A teacher at the Elim Primary School in Windhoek has come under fire for allegedly duct-taping the mouths of four pupils as punishment for talking in class last Thursday.

[Namibian] A teacher at the Elim Primary School in Windhoek has come under fire for allegedly duct-taping the mouths of four pupils as punishment for talking in class last Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia