Khartoum State Bans Light Plastic Bags

[SNA] Khartoum -The Council of Ministers of Khartoum state, chaired by the state’s governor lt. gen. Abdul-Rahim Mohamed Husein,, Wednesday, has approved the law banning of light plastic bags below thickness of (60 microns).

[SNA] Khartoum -The Council of Ministers of Khartoum state, chaired by the state's governor lt. gen. Abdul-Rahim Mohamed Husein,, Wednesday, has approved the law banning of light plastic bags below thickness of (60 microns).

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Kioni, Muyah to Challenge Tergat for Nock Presidency

[Nation] Kenya Volleyball Federation (KVF) chairman Waithaka Kioni and Kenya Swimming Federation (KSF) acting chairman Patrick Muyah will run for the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (Nock) presidency during the General Assembly on September 29 in N…

[Nation] Kenya Volleyball Federation (KVF) chairman Waithaka Kioni and Kenya Swimming Federation (KSF) acting chairman Patrick Muyah will run for the National Olympic Committee of Kenya (Nock) presidency during the General Assembly on September 29 in Nairobi.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Does Headcounts to Curb Fraud

[New Era] Windhoek -The education ministry is literally counting the number of teachers and non-teaching staff at every school and education office in every region to see if the numbers tally with those on the payroll – amidst fears a good number compr…

[New Era] Windhoek -The education ministry is literally counting the number of teachers and non-teaching staff at every school and education office in every region to see if the numbers tally with those on the payroll - amidst fears a good number comprises 'ghost employees'.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Foreign Affairs Ministry Committed to Eradicating SGBV

[Iwacu] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has conducted an outreach session on a special law on gender based violence this September 20th in Mukaza commune.

[Iwacu] The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation has conducted an outreach session on a special law on gender based violence this September 20th in Mukaza commune.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Burundian Refugees Continue to Return

[Iwacu] Around five hundred Burundians from Nduta refugee camp in Tanzania have been received by Burundi Government this 19 September. They will spend 48 hours in Gitara transit center in Mabanda Commune of Makamba province before going back to their n…

[Iwacu] Around five hundred Burundians from Nduta refugee camp in Tanzania have been received by Burundi Government this 19 September. They will spend 48 hours in Gitara transit center in Mabanda Commune of Makamba province before going back to their native localities.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

NISA Officer Reportedly Killed in Mogadishu Car Bomb

[Shabelle] A witness says car bomb has killed a member of Somalia’s Intelligence Agency (NISA) in Mogadishu on Wednesday, September 20. Omar Abu Shine lost his life in an explosion resulted from an explosive device attached under his car seat. The car …

[Shabelle] A witness says car bomb has killed a member of Somalia's Intelligence Agency (NISA) in Mogadishu on Wednesday, September 20. Omar Abu Shine lost his life in an explosion resulted from an explosive device attached under his car seat. The car bomb went off near Mana Bolyo area in Bondhere district.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Gunmen Open Fire On Bus in Central Somalia, 3 Killed

[Shabelle] At least 3 people were killed in central Somalia after unidentified gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying passengers, in what officials are calling a horrific attack on innocent civilians.

[Shabelle] At least 3 people were killed in central Somalia after unidentified gunmen opened fire on a bus carrying passengers, in what officials are calling a horrific attack on innocent civilians.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

‘Economic Situation Worsened By Mismanagement’

[New Era] Nkurenkuru -It is not only the lack of money that has negatively impacted the completion and renovation of health centres and clinics around the country. The other problem is the squandering of money, with contractors getting paid for work no…

[New Era] Nkurenkuru -It is not only the lack of money that has negatively impacted the completion and renovation of health centres and clinics around the country. The other problem is the squandering of money, with contractors getting paid for work not completed.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Police Chief Rejects Rumors of Blood Suckers

[Nyasa Times] Inspector General of the Malawi Police Services, Lexten Kachama has dismissed reports of some persons sucking people’s blood in Mulanje, saying the stories were mere speculations from deceitful people designed to instill fear in communities.

[Nyasa Times] Inspector General of the Malawi Police Services, Lexten Kachama has dismissed reports of some persons sucking people's blood in Mulanje, saying the stories were mere speculations from deceitful people designed to instill fear in communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi