Appointment of Acting Village Secretary Ruffles Feathers

[New Era] Kamanjab -The appointment of George Mazanbani as the acting CEO of Kamanjab Village Council has ruffled feathers as some senior officers felt they were overlooked after Pieter Ludwig Gurirab’s five-year term as the village secretary ended on …

[New Era] Kamanjab -The appointment of George Mazanbani as the acting CEO of Kamanjab Village Council has ruffled feathers as some senior officers felt they were overlooked after Pieter Ludwig Gurirab's five-year term as the village secretary ended on January 30.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Namibia Backs Free Movement of African People

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian government on Monday welcomed the adoption by the African Union (AU) on free movement of people within the African continent, saying the move will promote equitable human resources mobility which Africa needs to achieve…

[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian government on Monday welcomed the adoption by the African Union (AU) on free movement of people within the African continent, saying the move will promote equitable human resources mobility which Africa needs to achieve Agenda 2063. On January 29, the AU summit adopted the protocol to the treaty establishing the African Economic Community, relating to free movement of persons, right of residence and establishment, along with its implementation roadmap.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Lüderitz Swears in Eight Junior Councillors

[New Era] Lüderitz -Eight learners from two local schools from Luderitz, four boys and four girls, took their oath of office and signed a contract as the town’s new junior councillors for 2018.

[New Era] Lüderitz -Eight learners from two local schools from Luderitz, four boys and four girls, took their oath of office and signed a contract as the town's new junior councillors for 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Pregnant Women Dying in Mpongwe – Traditional Leader

[Zambia Reports] A traditional leader on the Copperbelt has complained that her subjects travel over 40km to access medical services due to lack of facilities in the chiefdom.

[Zambia Reports] A traditional leader on the Copperbelt has complained that her subjects travel over 40km to access medical services due to lack of facilities in the chiefdom.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Let’s Reject Politicians – As Anti-Establishment Parties Succeed in Europe

[263Chat] The results of elections in Europe, most recently, in Italy – and to some extent, the United States (US) – have shown the steady rise in anti-establishment sentiments – whereby, people are rejecting mainstream politics, and opting for non-pol…

[263Chat] The results of elections in Europe, most recently, in Italy - and to some extent, the United States (US) - have shown the steady rise in anti-establishment sentiments - whereby, people are rejecting mainstream politics, and opting for non-politicians to lead their countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zanaco Fly Zambian Flag in CAF Matches

[Zambia Reports] Zambian champions Zesco United and Zanaco do CAF Champions League duty this afternoon in matches that will be key in keeping Zambian interest in the competition going.

[Zambia Reports] Zambian champions Zesco United and Zanaco do CAF Champions League duty this afternoon in matches that will be key in keeping Zambian interest in the competition going.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Forex Shortage Chokes Leading Cable and Allied Manufacturer

[263Chat] Zimbabwe’s leading cable and allied manufacturer, CAFCA is battling to raise US$4 million in cash to replace its ageing equipment and procure of raw materials to fully take advantage of the government’s local industry protection policies agai…

[263Chat] Zimbabwe's leading cable and allied manufacturer, CAFCA is battling to raise US$4 million in cash to replace its ageing equipment and procure of raw materials to fully take advantage of the government's local industry protection policies against imports, Group Chairperson, Piniel Mukushi has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Potential Registrants Turned Away

[Kubatana.net] On the 6th of March 2018, Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation (VISET) conducted the fourth “IBVA” Street and Constituency Conversations in Harare at Batanai Gardens. The Street Conversation was led by facilitators w…

[Kubatana.net] On the 6th of March 2018, Vendors Initiative for Social and Economic Transformation (VISET) conducted the fourth "IBVA" Street and Constituency Conversations in Harare at Batanai Gardens. The Street Conversation was led by facilitators who were drawn from Harare CBD with over 57 participants attending. The Street Conversations are platforms for the vendors to discuss amongst themselves their experiences of the previous and coming week regarding voter registration, exploring on the challenges they will have

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

FM Receives Message From His Swiss Counterpart

[SNA] Khartoum -Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour received a message of thank from his Swiss counterpart, Ignazio Cassis, in response to a message Prof. Ghandour sent to him earlier.

[SNA] Khartoum -Foreign Minister, Professor Ibrahim Ghandour received a message of thank from his Swiss counterpart, Ignazio Cassis, in response to a message Prof. Ghandour sent to him earlier.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan