Private Sector Urged to Take in More Women

[Namibian] SWAPO Party Women’s Council secretary Eunice Iipinge has called for full representation of women in leadership positions in the private sector, judiciary and regional councils.

[Namibian] SWAPO Party Women's Council secretary Eunice Iipinge has called for full representation of women in leadership positions in the private sector, judiciary and regional councils.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

2017 Budget Hitting Consumers

[Iwacu] The ministries of commerce and transport increased fares on public transport in Bujumbura on Thursday 12th January, due to the rising cost of fuel. Fares will rise from BIF 300 to BIF 350 in Bujumbura, and by 11% in the rest of the country.

[Iwacu] The ministries of commerce and transport increased fares on public transport in Bujumbura on Thursday 12th January, due to the rising cost of fuel. Fares will rise from BIF 300 to BIF 350 in Bujumbura, and by 11% in the rest of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Hearing of Suit Against Justice Ademola, Wife, AGI Begins

[Guardian] Abuja -The substantive hearing of the case against judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Adeniyi Ademola, his wife and Head of Service of Lagos State, Adebukola and Joe Agi SAN begins today.

[Guardian] Abuja -The substantive hearing of the case against judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Adeniyi Ademola, his wife and Head of Service of Lagos State, Adebukola and Joe Agi SAN begins today.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Capitalisation of Kidnapping Offence – Matters Arising

[Guardian] Capital punishment, otherwise called death penalty, is the killing of a person by the state in accordance with its laws for an offence for which it is prescribed by law, and for which the person is found guilty in a court of competent jurisd…

[Guardian] Capital punishment, otherwise called death penalty, is the killing of a person by the state in accordance with its laws for an offence for which it is prescribed by law, and for which the person is found guilty in a court of competent jurisdiction.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Pastor On the Run After Phone Recording Exposes Alleged Affair

[Vanguard] A Benin-based pastor, Emokpae Great, is currently on the run following the alleged discovery of a love affair between him and a female member of his church by the woman’s husband, one Mr. Anthony Ehikioya.

[Vanguard] A Benin-based pastor, Emokpae Great, is currently on the run following the alleged discovery of a love affair between him and a female member of his church by the woman's husband, one Mr. Anthony Ehikioya.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Egypt Court Rejects Govt Appeal, Upholds Decision to Nullify Tiran and Sanafir Deal

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -An Egyptian court rejected on Monday a government appeal against the invalidation of Tiran and Sanafir ruling, confirming that the two Red Sea islands fall under Egyptian sovereignty.

[Aswat Masriya] Cairo -An Egyptian court rejected on Monday a government appeal against the invalidation of Tiran and Sanafir ruling, confirming that the two Red Sea islands fall under Egyptian sovereignty.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Cassava Pact With Chinese Firm ‘A Big Boost’

[Daily News] THE government has described a-one billion US dollar partnership agreement on commercialisation of cassava farming and processing with Tanzania Agricultural Export Processing Zone Limited and Epoch Agriculture (TAEPZ) from China as a big b…

[Daily News] THE government has described a-one billion US dollar partnership agreement on commercialisation of cassava farming and processing with Tanzania Agricultural Export Processing Zone Limited and Epoch Agriculture (TAEPZ) from China as a big boost towards industrialisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Dangote Sets Up Truck Assembly Plant in Lagos, Creates 3,000 Jobs

[Vanguard] Africa’s richest man and foremost entrepreneur, Aliko Dangote, is setting up a $100 million vehicle assembly plant in Lagos, to tap the opportunity provided by the scarcity of forex and help tackle employment crisis in the country.

[Vanguard] Africa's richest man and foremost entrepreneur, Aliko Dangote, is setting up a $100 million vehicle assembly plant in Lagos, to tap the opportunity provided by the scarcity of forex and help tackle employment crisis in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Thousands Use New Financial Assistance Application System

[Namibian] ABOUT 5 000 prospective students have made use of the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund’s (NSFAF) online application system so far since its launch on 15 December.

[Namibian] ABOUT 5 000 prospective students have made use of the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund's (NSFAF) online application system so far since its launch on 15 December.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Banyana Replacements Named for France Friendly

[Sascoc] JVW FC midfielder Amanda Dlamini and goalkeeper Monnye Theledi of Kanatla Ladies, have been called up to replace the injured Nompumelelo Nyandeni and Roxanne Barker in the Banyana Banyana squad to face France in Sunday’s international friendly…

[Sascoc] JVW FC midfielder Amanda Dlamini and goalkeeper Monnye Theledi of Kanatla Ladies, have been called up to replace the injured Nompumelelo Nyandeni and Roxanne Barker in the Banyana Banyana squad to face France in Sunday's international friendly in Reunion.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa