Zambia Bans Second Hand Under Wear

The Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) has again warned against second hand underwear. This has led to the Zambian government to ban second hand under garments because they pose a health hazard. Zambia Bureau of Standards public relations and Marketing … Continued

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The Zambia Bureau of Standards (ZABS) has again warned against second hand underwear. This has led to the Zambian government to ban second hand under garments because they pose a health hazard. Zambia Bureau of Standards public relations and Marketing Hazel Zulu says the banned under garments are night gowns, panties and boxers. The sale of these merchandise has escalated on the streets across the nation and it is feared that people might contract unknown infections from buying such under wear. The post Zambia Bans Second Hand Under Wear appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Executive, Legislative Branches Not Split – Isaac Jackson Says

[The Capitol Times] The Ministry of Information has clarified that the ongoing investigation of key government officials will in no way split or set the Executive against other branches of government.

[The Capitol Times] The Ministry of Information has clarified that the ongoing investigation of key government officials will in no way split or set the Executive against other branches of government.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘No Commercial Logging’ – GVL Debunks Logging Allegations

[The Capitol Times] Oil palm giant, Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL), has refuted allegation that it is proposing the sale of timber from palm oil concessions. The oil palm giant says its development work in Liberia is in line with national and internatio…

[The Capitol Times] Oil palm giant, Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL), has refuted allegation that it is proposing the sale of timber from palm oil concessions. The oil palm giant says its development work in Liberia is in line with national and international laws on the protection of forests and also endangered species; and that the company will engage in any form of commercial logging.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

GPU Launches U.S.$220, 000 Undef Project

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Press Union (GPU) on Friday launched its two-year United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF) sponsored project for freedom of expression in The Gambia, at a launching ceremony held at a hotel in Kololi.

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Press Union (GPU) on Friday launched its two-year United Nations Democracy Fund (UNDEF) sponsored project for freedom of expression in The Gambia, at a launching ceremony held at a hotel in Kololi.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

We Will Do Everything to Ensure Stability Reign in the Country CDS Kinteh

[Daily Observer] The chief of defense staff (CDS) of The Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) Lieutenant General Masaneh MN Kinteh, has assured that they would do everything necessary to ensuring that peace and stability reign in the country.

[Daily Observer] The chief of defense staff (CDS) of The Gambia Armed Forces (GAF) Lieutenant General Masaneh MN Kinteh, has assured that they would do everything necessary to ensuring that peace and stability reign in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Magistrate Transfers Assault Case to Childrens’ Court

[Daily Observer] Magistrate George of the Bundung Magistrates’ Court have transferred an alleged assault case of Modou Touray to the Childrens’ Court following the prosecuting officer’s tendering of age determination report from the Edward Francis Smal…

[Daily Observer] Magistrate George of the Bundung Magistrates' Court have transferred an alleged assault case of Modou Touray to the Childrens' Court following the prosecuting officer's tendering of age determination report from the Edward Francis Small Teaching Hospital that confirms that Mr. Touray was under age.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Gamcoy 17 – Is the UN Aware of Our 30 Percent Deductions?

[Daily Observer] Personnel of Gamcoy 17 that returned from the troubled region of Darfur in Sudan since 2015 have questioned whether the United Nations (UN) was aware of the 30% deduction from their monies during their peacekeeping mission in Sudan.

[Daily Observer] Personnel of Gamcoy 17 that returned from the troubled region of Darfur in Sudan since 2015 have questioned whether the United Nations (UN) was aware of the 30% deduction from their monies during their peacekeeping mission in Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Seminar On Waste Management Attracts International Participants

[Daily Observer] An international seminar on rural resilience and community waste management recently came to an end at the Gunjur Multi-Purpose Community Centre. The event organised jointly by the Arkleton Trust and WasteAid U.K., was designed to shar…

[Daily Observer] An international seminar on rural resilience and community waste management recently came to an end at the Gunjur Multi-Purpose Community Centre. The event organised jointly by the Arkleton Trust and WasteAid U.K., was designed to share experience in terms of innovative projects and good practice in building community resilience.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Letter to the Editor – Personal Opinion

[Daily Observer] With another cloud of political dust now calmly down, I pick the moment to push personal viewpoint on relevant issues. The other name for parliament is Law-Makers. Ideally it should have a membership of lawyers, to be of real meaning. …

[Daily Observer] With another cloud of political dust now calmly down, I pick the moment to push personal viewpoint on relevant issues. The other name for parliament is Law-Makers. Ideally it should have a membership of lawyers, to be of real meaning. Well, we happen to be in a country that is yet to mature to that fact.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

FSQA – No Plastic Rice in Gambian Market

[Daily Observer] The director general of the Food Safety and Quality Authority (FSQA) of the Gambia, Zainab Jallow has dispelled rumours that there was plastic rice in the Gambian market.

[Daily Observer] The director general of the Food Safety and Quality Authority (FSQA) of the Gambia, Zainab Jallow has dispelled rumours that there was plastic rice in the Gambian market.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia