Police Prevent Passengers From Seeking Refund From Arik

[This Day] The police yesterday allegedly blocked passengers from gaining access to the head office of Arik Air at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos to seek for a refund.

[This Day] The police yesterday allegedly blocked passengers from gaining access to the head office of Arik Air at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos to seek for a refund.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Tourists Warned Against Agitating Elephants

[Namibian] Tourists visiting the Omatjete area of the Erongo region have been warned against filming elephants using drones because the instruments agitate the animals resulting in them destroying villagers’ homes.

[Namibian] Tourists visiting the Omatjete area of the Erongo region have been warned against filming elephants using drones because the instruments agitate the animals resulting in them destroying villagers' homes.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Navy Rescues Oil Tanker From Pirates

[This Day] Abuja -As part of the strategy to rid the nation of maritime crimes, the Nigerian Navy yesterday rescued an oil tanker hijacked by pirates around Bonny Island

[This Day] Abuja -As part of the strategy to rid the nation of maritime crimes, the Nigerian Navy yesterday rescued an oil tanker hijacked by pirates around Bonny Island

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mining Firm Acacia to Spend Millions to Clean Up Image

[Citizen] Tanzania’s largest mining company, Acacia, has set aside $2 million (Sh4 billion) to clean up its image and repair its relationship with the government following accusations of tax evasion and excessive profits, the South African Globe and Ma…

[Citizen] Tanzania's largest mining company, Acacia, has set aside $2 million (Sh4 billion) to clean up its image and repair its relationship with the government following accusations of tax evasion and excessive profits, the South African Globe and Mail newspaper reports.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Blacklisted South African Missionary Couple Deported

[Namibian] THE South African missionary couple blacklisted by the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration after being found guilty of staying in Namibia illegally, left the country yesterday.

[Namibian] THE South African missionary couple blacklisted by the Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration after being found guilty of staying in Namibia illegally, left the country yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bunge Moves to Assert Its Power

[Citizen] Dodoma -Parliament yesterday unanimously resolved to summon Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda and Arumeru district commisioner Alexander Mnyeti to be questioned by a commttee of the House over belittling the National Assembly. …

[Citizen] Dodoma -Parliament yesterday unanimously resolved to summon Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner Paul Makonda and Arumeru district commisioner Alexander Mnyeti to be questioned by a commttee of the House over belittling the National Assembly. In addition, the MPs said should the two be found guilty, they should resign from public office.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ruling Party Councillor Wants Affirmative Repositioning Disciplined

[Namibian] SWAPO’s Okahandja councillor Steve Biko Booys has called on the ruling party’s leadership to distance itself from the Affirmative Repositioning movement, which he labelled a political party attempting to destroy Swapo from within.

[Namibian] SWAPO's Okahandja councillor Steve Biko Booys has called on the ruling party's leadership to distance itself from the Affirmative Repositioning movement, which he labelled a political party attempting to destroy Swapo from within.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

We’ll Not Fail to Pay Salaries – Govt

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Government has assured civil servants that it will not fail to pay them, although it will continue to stagger payments since the country is operating on a cash budget. Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chi…

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Government has assured civil servants that it will not fail to pay them, although it will continue to stagger payments since the country is operating on a cash budget. Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa said contrary to claims by the country's detractors that Government might fail to pay salaries because its revenue base continues to dwindle, he did not foresee that arising.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Prepaid Water Meters Go National

[Financial Gazette] THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) is in the process of acquiring pre-paid smart water meters for a massive nationwide programme that will cover local authorities, farmers and all its other customers.

[Financial Gazette] THE Zimbabwe National Water Authority (ZINWA) is in the process of acquiring pre-paid smart water meters for a massive nationwide programme that will cover local authorities, farmers and all its other customers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe