Foetus Found in Toilet

[New Era] Windhoek -A Havana resident got the shock of her life on Monday morning when she found a three-month-old foetus dumped in a public toilet where she had gone to relieve herself.

[New Era] Windhoek -A Havana resident got the shock of her life on Monday morning when she found a three-month-old foetus dumped in a public toilet where she had gone to relieve herself.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Police to Launch Standard Call Centre to Curb Insecurity

[This Day] Abuja -Nigerian Police is to launch an upgraded call centre soon, the call centre will enable the Nigerian Police to take several calls at the same time and deplore officers of the force to where ever the attention of the Nigerian Police for…

[This Day] Abuja -Nigerian Police is to launch an upgraded call centre soon, the call centre will enable the Nigerian Police to take several calls at the same time and deplore officers of the force to where ever the attention of the Nigerian Police force is needed within 10 minutes.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Lagos to Host International Conference On Fertility

[This Day] The annual international conference for the Association for Fertility and Reproductive Health (AFRH), will hold in Lagos with the theme ‘New Frontiers in Reproductive Technology’.

[This Day] The annual international conference for the Association for Fertility and Reproductive Health (AFRH), will hold in Lagos with the theme 'New Frontiers in Reproductive Technology'.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Parliamentary Speaker Receives Letter of Resignation From President Zuma

[Parliament of South Africa] The Speaker of the National Assembly has today, 15 February, received a letter from President Jacob Zuma informing her of his resignation as the President of the Republic of South Africa.

[Parliament of South Africa] The Speaker of the National Assembly has today, 15 February, received a letter from President Jacob Zuma informing her of his resignation as the President of the Republic of South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Of Presidential Absence, Ministerial Insolence and Sundry Insensitivity

[Guardian] It is still unacceptable that what people feared most about the presidency and its attitude to the herdsmen’s killings in Benue State was actually what happened in the end with President Muhammadu Buhari visiting a neighbouring state, Nasara…

[Guardian] It is still unacceptable that what people feared most about the presidency and its attitude to the herdsmen's killings in Benue State was actually what happened in the end with President Muhammadu Buhari visiting a neighbouring state, Nasarawa to commission insignificant projects, but failing to visit Benue State. This is a tragic flaw, a character trait, which ultimately leads to a tragic action that produces the tragic hero. It is getting curiouser and curiouser why a president who was elected on an unpa

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

VP Chilima Applauds Contractors As M5 Road Reopens

[Nyasa Times] State Vice President, Dr Saulos Kalus Chilima (SKC) has applauded contractors that are working on the damage on the M5 road at Lingadzi River Bridge in Salima for quickly reconnecting the road.

[Nyasa Times] State Vice President, Dr Saulos Kalus Chilima (SKC) has applauded contractors that are working on the damage on the M5 road at Lingadzi River Bridge in Salima for quickly reconnecting the road.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

‘Govt Won’t Discontinue Jonathan Moyo’s Programme’

[The Herald] Government will not discontinue the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programme, but will ring-fence the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (ZIMDEF) to support its vital projects, a Cabinet minister has said.

[The Herald] Government will not discontinue the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) programme, but will ring-fence the Zimbabwe Manpower Development Fund (ZIMDEF) to support its vital projects, a Cabinet minister has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Kariba South Cost Not Inflated’

[The Herald] State power utility Zesa Holdings has reiterated the factors behind the $178 million cost disparity between extensions to Kariba South and Kariba North power stations, saying this was due to auxiliary works and other inescapable developmen…

[The Herald] State power utility Zesa Holdings has reiterated the factors behind the $178 million cost disparity between extensions to Kariba South and Kariba North power stations, saying this was due to auxiliary works and other inescapable development expenses.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Councillor Warns Against Civil Strife Over Land

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -The contentious issue of land if not addressed properly has the potential to bring civil unrest in the country and thus it is up to every Namibian to ensure this does not come to that.

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -The contentious issue of land if not addressed properly has the potential to bring civil unrest in the country and thus it is up to every Namibian to ensure this does not come to that.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia