NPL Urges Teams to Use Otji Festival for Pre-Season

[Namibian] Namibia Premier League (NPL) chief administrator Tovey Hoebeb has urged top-flight teams to use the ‘Otji Festival’ as a pre-season tournament before the league kicks off.

[Namibian] Namibia Premier League (NPL) chief administrator Tovey Hoebeb has urged top-flight teams to use the 'Otji Festival' as a pre-season tournament before the league kicks off.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Apostolic Sects Appoint Their Own Ruling Party Patron

[The Herald] Several religious organisations representing churches in Zimbabwe met in Harare on Monday and appointed Zanu-PF Central Committee member Cde Jimayi Muduvuri as their patron, in a move they said was meant to bridge the gap between the churc…

[The Herald] Several religious organisations representing churches in Zimbabwe met in Harare on Monday and appointed Zanu-PF Central Committee member Cde Jimayi Muduvuri as their patron, in a move they said was meant to bridge the gap between the church and the country's political leadership.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mugabe Delegation to Blow Over U.S.$10 Million in Allowances

[News24Wire] The United States has reportedly queried the inclusion of President Robert Mugabe’s family on his entourage of more than 70 people to the United Nations summit scheduled for next week.

[News24Wire] The United States has reportedly queried the inclusion of President Robert Mugabe's family on his entourage of more than 70 people to the United Nations summit scheduled for next week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Lack of Money Hampering Future Sports Stars – Shapwa

[Namibian] The national under-20 rugby team would have done better at the recent World Rugby u-20 Trophy if it had enough funds to prepare, sports commissioner Monica Shapwa says

[Namibian] The national under-20 rugby team would have done better at the recent World Rugby u-20 Trophy if it had enough funds to prepare, sports commissioner Monica Shapwa says

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Two Schools in Mumias Closed for Lack of Toilets

[Nation] Public health officials have closed down Shibale Primary School and Shibale Secondary School in Mumias West Sub-County, Kakamega County after it was established that they do not have toilets.

[Nation] Public health officials have closed down Shibale Primary School and Shibale Secondary School in Mumias West Sub-County, Kakamega County after it was established that they do not have toilets.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya