Bid to Slow Down Bank Closure

[Namibian] A ruling on a technical legal point that might slow down the Bank of Namibia’s effort to have the SME Bank shut down is due to be delivered in the Windhoek High Court today.

[Namibian] A ruling on a technical legal point that might slow down the Bank of Namibia's effort to have the SME Bank shut down is due to be delivered in the Windhoek High Court today.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Youths Block Mumba From Featuring On Radio

[Zambia Reports] MMD Die Hard Youths Coordinator Gerald Chiluba yesterday morning led a group of youths to prevent former party President Nevers Mumba from featuring on a live radio program at 5FM.

[Zambia Reports] MMD Die Hard Youths Coordinator Gerald Chiluba yesterday morning led a group of youths to prevent former party President Nevers Mumba from featuring on a live radio program at 5FM.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

DIasporans Hold Prayer Services for 53rd Independence

[Nyasa Times] Malawians in UK will mark the independence day celebrations with prayers with the Malawi High Commission in London announcing that the reception which it had scheduled to host at Commonwealth secretariat on Friday has been cancelled follo…

[Nyasa Times] Malawians in UK will mark the independence day celebrations with prayers with the Malawi High Commission in London announcing that the reception which it had scheduled to host at Commonwealth secretariat on Friday has been cancelled following a stampede during the celebrations in Malawi which has claimed 8 lives of mostly children and several injured person.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

The Impact of a State of Emergency On the Economy

[Zambia Reports] Our economy has gone through a lot of stress in the recent past. The cost of doing business has risen sharply in the last few years. This can be attributed to the removal of electricity and fuel subsidies. It can also be attributed to …

[Zambia Reports] Our economy has gone through a lot of stress in the recent past. The cost of doing business has risen sharply in the last few years. This can be attributed to the removal of electricity and fuel subsidies. It can also be attributed to circumstances that are beyond the control of our government such as the fall in copper prices and the increase of fuel prices on the international market.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Volleyball Team Begin Preps for Zone V Championships

[New Times] The national men’s senior volleyball team will today (Friday) start a residential camp at Golden Tulip Hotel in Nyamata ahead of this year’s CAVB Zone V Championships which will be hosted in Kigali from July 21-26.

[New Times] The national men's senior volleyball team will today (Friday) start a residential camp at Golden Tulip Hotel in Nyamata ahead of this year's CAVB Zone V Championships which will be hosted in Kigali from July 21-26.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

‘Bafana Is Priority, Not FIFA Rankings’

[Namibian] The Brave Warriors are focused on retaining the Cosafa Cup Plate when they take on South Africa in the final today, and not their new downgraded Fifa ranking, says head coach Ricardo Mannetti.

[Namibian] The Brave Warriors are focused on retaining the Cosafa Cup Plate when they take on South Africa in the final today, and not their new downgraded Fifa ranking, says head coach Ricardo Mannetti.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

75 Learners Suspended From Hostel After Stabbing Incident

[New Era] Ongwediva -About 75 learners at Haudano Senior Secondary School at Okalongo circuit in the Omusati Region were suspended from the hostel for bad behaviour that left a teacher nursing an injury after he was knifed.

[New Era] Ongwediva -About 75 learners at Haudano Senior Secondary School at Okalongo circuit in the Omusati Region were suspended from the hostel for bad behaviour that left a teacher nursing an injury after he was knifed.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Children Flee Violence

[Deutsche Welle] Fighting between rebels and government troops in East Congo most of all affects children and youths. They risk missing out on an education, warns World Vision.

[Deutsche Welle] Fighting between rebels and government troops in East Congo most of all affects children and youths. They risk missing out on an education, warns World Vision.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa