Suspect Arrested With an Assault Rifle in Bellville

[SAPS] Eager to address serious and violent crimes that threaten the safety of the community, members of Bellville police responded to a shooting incident on the corners of Strand Street en Bill Bezuidenhout Drive in Bellville last night where a 59-yea…

[SAPS] Eager to address serious and violent crimes that threaten the safety of the community, members of Bellville police responded to a shooting incident on the corners of Strand Street en Bill Bezuidenhout Drive in Bellville last night where a 59-year-old taxi driver was shot and wounded. The vicinity of the crime scene was searched and following up on a tipoff from the community, the suspect responsible for the attempted murder was arrested after he abandoned his weapon, an assault rifle and 23 rounds of ammun

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Husab Mine Workers Protest

[Namibian] Workers at Swakop Uranium’s Husab Mine east of Swakopmund staged a peaceful protest at the mine’s head office at the coastal town last Wednesday, where they handed a petition to the company’s management.

[Namibian] Workers at Swakop Uranium's Husab Mine east of Swakopmund staged a peaceful protest at the mine's head office at the coastal town last Wednesday, where they handed a petition to the company's management.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Electricity Disributor Unveils Sub-Station

[New Era] Walvis Bay -To address the continuous population growth in Walvis Bay and keep up with the high electricity demand that will increase significantly once the Port of Walvis Bay, as well as the SADC Gateway Port reach full capacity, the regiona…

[New Era] Walvis Bay -To address the continuous population growth in Walvis Bay and keep up with the high electricity demand that will increase significantly once the Port of Walvis Bay, as well as the SADC Gateway Port reach full capacity, the regional electricity distributor, Erongo Red, commissioned a state-of-the-art substation at Walvis Bay on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ministry Given Ultimatum to Pay Markers

[Namibian] General secretary of the Namibia National Teachers Union Basilius Haingura has given the education ministry an ultimatum to pay teachers who have been marking the Grade 10 and 12 examinations by today.

[Namibian] General secretary of the Namibia National Teachers Union Basilius Haingura has given the education ministry an ultimatum to pay teachers who have been marking the Grade 10 and 12 examinations by today.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Toilet Hygiene – a Practice That Will Keep Your Household Safe

[New Times] Yesterday (November 19) was World Toilet Day, a day aimed at inspiring action to tackle global sanitation crises. In Rwanda, the Ministry of Health has embarked on different activities to ensure good sanitation within the population.

[New Times] Yesterday (November 19) was World Toilet Day, a day aimed at inspiring action to tackle global sanitation crises. In Rwanda, the Ministry of Health has embarked on different activities to ensure good sanitation within the population.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Will U.S. Boost Elephant Conservation?

[The Herald] The US has lifted a ban on elephant trophies from here and Zambia, three years after outlawing the practice that allowed American hunters to bring the trophies home.

[The Herald] The US has lifted a ban on elephant trophies from here and Zambia, three years after outlawing the practice that allowed American hunters to bring the trophies home.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Robbers Attack Katsina Grains Market, Kill Many

[Daily Trust] Katsina -Many people are feared killed as suspected armed robbers at the weekend blocked the busy Kankara-Sheme road and shoot at motorists before robbing the Sheme grains market.

[Daily Trust] Katsina -Many people are feared killed as suspected armed robbers at the weekend blocked the busy Kankara-Sheme road and shoot at motorists before robbing the Sheme grains market.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Alleged Tax Evasion – Lawmakers Threaten Arrest Warrant Against Telecoms CEOs

[This Day] Abuja -The Chairman, House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigating the activities of telcoms operators and vendors, Hon. Ahmed Abu (APC, Niger) has threatened to serve bench warrants against chief executives of major telecommunicat…

[This Day] Abuja -The Chairman, House of Representatives Ad-hoc Committee investigating the activities of telcoms operators and vendors, Hon. Ahmed Abu (APC, Niger) has threatened to serve bench warrants against chief executives of major telecommunications companies over their failure to appear before it and defend allegations of tax evasion amounting to about N143 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria