R20000 Worth of Dagga Confiscated By Ethekwini Inner South Task Team

[SAPS] Yesterday, 4 May 2017 at approximately 18:30, Ethekwini Inner South Intelligence driven operation together with Ethekwini Inner South Cluster Task Team successfully confiscated dagga to the value of R20000. The Task Team apprehended the 18-year-…

[SAPS] Yesterday, 4 May 2017 at approximately 18:30, Ethekwini Inner South Intelligence driven operation together with Ethekwini Inner South Cluster Task Team successfully confiscated dagga to the value of R20000. The Task Team apprehended the 18-year-old dealer at his shop in Dermat, when he was found in possession of 406 grams of higher grade dagga. The suspect was charged for being in possession of dagga and for dealing in dagga. The suspect was arrested and detained at Chatsworth SAPS and will appear in Chats

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Mzoli’s Place Not Safe – Patrons

[News24Wire] A Johannesburg resident who was stabbed outside Mzoli’s Place in Gugulethu, says he will never again set foot in an entertainment spot without visible security in Cape Town.

[News24Wire] A Johannesburg resident who was stabbed outside Mzoli's Place in Gugulethu, says he will never again set foot in an entertainment spot without visible security in Cape Town.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ombudsman Calls for Concerted Effort to Curb Human Trafficking

[Ethiopian Herald] The Institute of Ombudsman called on all stakeholders to collaborate in the efforts to bring about radical change in terms of curbing children and women trafficking.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Institute of Ombudsman called on all stakeholders to collaborate in the efforts to bring about radical change in terms of curbing children and women trafficking.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Purpose Driven Commitment From Every Corner to Realize Ethiopian Renaissance

[Ethiopian Herald] More than 30 days elapsed since the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam entered its seventh year. The power generation capacity of the Dam, the project that sits on every Ethiopian hearts, has grown to 6,450MW, follow…

[Ethiopian Herald] More than 30 days elapsed since the construction of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam entered its seventh year. The power generation capacity of the Dam, the project that sits on every Ethiopian hearts, has grown to 6,450MW, following capacity enhancement of generators. It has also been stated that 56 percent of the project has so far been completed. The Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GRED) has become the exact demonstration of Ethiopians identity to stand together for the same purpose. Across the glob

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

House Urges EBC to Promote Public Interest, Regulate Commercialism

[Ethiopian Herald] The House of Peoples’ Representatives has urged the Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporate (EBC) to respect its duties and responsibilities entrusted to it, promoting public interest and regulating the increasing trend of commercialization.

[Ethiopian Herald] The House of Peoples' Representatives has urged the Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporate (EBC) to respect its duties and responsibilities entrusted to it, promoting public interest and regulating the increasing trend of commercialization.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Fund, Towns Ink 300 Mln. Birr Water Project Loan Accord

[Ethiopian Herald] Water Resource Development Fund (WRDF) and four towns of Oromia and Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples states struck deal for the provision of close to 300 million Birr loans for the latter as part of the Basket Fund Program…

[Ethiopian Herald] Water Resource Development Fund (WRDF) and four towns of Oromia and Southern Nations, Nationalities and Peoples states struck deal for the provision of close to 300 million Birr loans for the latter as part of the Basket Fund Programme that aims to fund the delayed urban water project.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Sources of Conflicts in Agnuaa Society and Ways of Resolving Them

[Ethiopian Herald] It is not uncommon among society members, who live together, to get into various forms of interactions including clashes of interests. Sometimes the interest of one group domineers over that of others to spiral out of control and cre…

[Ethiopian Herald] It is not uncommon among society members, who live together, to get into various forms of interactions including clashes of interests. Sometimes the interest of one group domineers over that of others to spiral out of control and create an unhealthy interaction. Most of the time, such unhealthy interaction invites or incites physical conflicts. The same is true with Agnuaa people, which forms one of the ethnic groups in Gambela.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia