MLC247 Scheme Still Operating Illegally in Namibia

[Namibian] THE so-called “peer-to-peer global funds exchange community” dubbed MyLifeChange247 scheme is still operating, despite the central bank declaring it illegal in Namibia two months ago.

[Namibian] THE so-called "peer-to-peer global funds exchange community" dubbed MyLifeChange247 scheme is still operating, despite the central bank declaring it illegal in Namibia two months ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Syclone Defines Origin On Debut

[Namibian] Tripple 7 Production’s Syclone released his debut album ‘The Origin/ Ntundiliro’ last month. Produced by Araffath and Mr Glo, ‘The Origin’ has notable features from Ked, Zee Bree Gwan, King Elegant, Bethold, Neslow, Sman, Hishishi Papa and C…

[Namibian] Tripple 7 Production's Syclone released his debut album 'The Origin/ Ntundiliro' last month. Produced by Araffath and Mr Glo, 'The Origin' has notable features from Ked, Zee Bree Gwan, King Elegant, Bethold, Neslow, Sman, Hishishi Papa and Castro.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Kabwe Authorities Act to Curb Cholera

[Times of Zambia] THE Kabwe Municipal Council (KMC), Lukanga Water and Sewerage Company (LgWSC) and the Ministry of Health have always worked towards bettering the lives of citizens in Kabwe by ensuring that the public is safe from waterborne diseases …

[Times of Zambia] THE Kabwe Municipal Council (KMC), Lukanga Water and Sewerage Company (LgWSC) and the Ministry of Health have always worked towards bettering the lives of citizens in Kabwe by ensuring that the public is safe from waterborne diseases such as cholera and diarrhoea especially during rainy season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Ivory Ban Will Boost Illegal Trade – Shifeta

[Namibian] ENVIRONMENT minister Pohamba Shifeta yesterday said the Chinese government’s ban on trade in ivory will only make the black market for rhino horns and elephant tusks more lucrative.

[Namibian] ENVIRONMENT minister Pohamba Shifeta yesterday said the Chinese government's ban on trade in ivory will only make the black market for rhino horns and elephant tusks more lucrative.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Africare Gives Hope to Rural Mothers

[Times of Zambia] “The labour of childbirth is known to the mother,” goes one African proverb, although another says, “It takes the whole village to raise the child.”

[Times of Zambia] "The labour of childbirth is known to the mother," goes one African proverb, although another says, "It takes the whole village to raise the child."

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia