Baby Murderer’s Jail Term Increased

[Namibian] AN effective prison term of four years for a woman who murdered her newborn baby by stabbing him 42 times with a pair of scissors was too lenient, two judges of the Oshakati High Court have decided.

[Namibian] AN effective prison term of four years for a woman who murdered her newborn baby by stabbing him 42 times with a pair of scissors was too lenient, two judges of the Oshakati High Court have decided.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Möller Murder Trial Moved to High Court

[Namibian] PROSECUTOR general Martha Imalwa’s decision to have the murder case of the five suspects accused of killing Sun Sails Catamarans’ Hans-Jörg Möller moved from the Walvis Bay Magistrate’s Court to the Windhoek High Court was announced yesterday.

[Namibian] PROSECUTOR general Martha Imalwa's decision to have the murder case of the five suspects accused of killing Sun Sails Catamarans' Hans-Jörg Möller moved from the Walvis Bay Magistrate's Court to the Windhoek High Court was announced yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

PM Follows up Bill On Comprehensive Health Insurance

[Egypt Online] Prime Minister Sherif Ismail discussed in a meeting on Tuesday 24/10/2017 a bill on comprehensive health insurance. The meeting reviewed a number of amendments and notes on the bill in order to draw up a final draft before being presente…

[Egypt Online] Prime Minister Sherif Ismail discussed in a meeting on Tuesday 24/10/2017 a bill on comprehensive health insurance. The meeting reviewed a number of amendments and notes on the bill in order to draw up a final draft before being presented to the premier.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

London Stock Exchange Group Discusses New Ways to Support Egypt Economy

[Egypt Online] A delegation from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) Group wrapped up a two-day visit to Cairo that was aimed at supporting EGX’s development and connecting the Egyptian government and companies to London markets – one of the world’s most p…

[Egypt Online] A delegation from the London Stock Exchange (LSE) Group wrapped up a two-day visit to Cairo that was aimed at supporting EGX's development and connecting the Egyptian government and companies to London markets - one of the world's most powerful source of international investor capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt