Customs Fraud Accused Wait for Bail Ruling

[Namibian] A WALVIS Bay-based businessman and two Chinese shopkeepers arrested in connection with an alleged customs duties fraud scam involving a staggering amount of N$3,5 billion are due to hear at the start of next week whether they will be granted…

[Namibian] A WALVIS Bay-based businessman and two Chinese shopkeepers arrested in connection with an alleged customs duties fraud scam involving a staggering amount of N$3,5 billion are due to hear at the start of next week whether they will be granted bail.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Young Entrepreneur Encourages Against Laziness

[Observer] One of Liberia’s young entrepreneurs, Ms. Getrude D. Pratt, has encouraged the country’s youthful population not to be idle, but to do something positive that would lead them into business.

[Observer] One of Liberia's young entrepreneurs, Ms. Getrude D. Pratt, has encouraged the country's youthful population not to be idle, but to do something positive that would lead them into business.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Jones Described As ‘Outstanding Philanthropist’

[Observer] Hundreds of residents in Chicken Farm Community, located in Jacob Town, Paynesville last week described the political leader of the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE), Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, as an ‘outstanding philanthropist.’

[Observer] Hundreds of residents in Chicken Farm Community, located in Jacob Town, Paynesville last week described the political leader of the Movement for Economic Empowerment (MOVEE), Dr. Joseph Mills Jones, as an 'outstanding philanthropist.'

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Disgruntled Workers Petition Fishing Firm

[New Era] Walvis Bay -About 300 disgruntled employees of Embwiinda/Cadilu are accusing their operations manager, Miguel Antonio, of arbitrarily reducing the number of employees at the company.

[New Era] Walvis Bay -About 300 disgruntled employees of Embwiinda/Cadilu are accusing their operations manager, Miguel Antonio, of arbitrarily reducing the number of employees at the company.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

African Armyworm Besieges Omusati

[Namibian] FARMERS in the Omusati region are likely to lose 50% of their crops to a chemical-resistant African armyworm infestation which was first detected in August last year.

[Namibian] FARMERS in the Omusati region are likely to lose 50% of their crops to a chemical-resistant African armyworm infestation which was first detected in August last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Youth Soccer League Launched

[Namibian] THE HopSol Youth Soccer League was launched on Wednesday with a sponsorship of N$1 million over three years by HopSol Solar Power, a private company in the solar industry.

[Namibian] THE HopSol Youth Soccer League was launched on Wednesday with a sponsorship of N$1 million over three years by HopSol Solar Power, a private company in the solar industry.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Djibouti Backs CS Amina for African Union Commission Post

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Djibouti has affirmed its support for Foreign Affairs Cabinet Minister Amb. Amina Mohamed’s candidature for the position of African Union Commission (AUC) Chairperson.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Djibouti has affirmed its support for Foreign Affairs Cabinet Minister Amb. Amina Mohamed's candidature for the position of African Union Commission (AUC) Chairperson.

source: AllAfrica News: Djibouti

Tsvangirai Snubs Mujuru’s Bikita Rally

[The Herald] George Maponga -MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has snubbed an invitation by Zimbabwe People First’s Dr Joice Mujuru for a joint rally at Nyika Growth Point tomorrow in preparation for the Bikita West by-election set for Saturday.

[The Herald] George Maponga -MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has snubbed an invitation by Zimbabwe People First's Dr Joice Mujuru for a joint rally at Nyika Growth Point tomorrow in preparation for the Bikita West by-election set for Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Lacey Fights All Odds in Construction

[Graça Machel Trust] Lusaka -BRENDA Omba Kayumba Lacey is one of the few women in Zambia who has decided to venture into construction, an industry that is male-dominated. That has not fazed her. Infact, she gets an adrenaline rush from the venture.

[Graça Machel Trust] Lusaka -BRENDA Omba Kayumba Lacey is one of the few women in Zambia who has decided to venture into construction, an industry that is male-dominated. That has not fazed her. Infact, she gets an adrenaline rush from the venture.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia