Govt Reaffirms 21st February As a Public Holiday

[The Herald] Government has reaffirmed that February 21 is a public holiday which will be known as the Robert Gabriel Mugabe National Youth Day. In a statement, Zimbabwe Service Commission chairman Mr Mariyawanda Nzuwah said tomorrow is a public holiday with respect to public officers.

[The Herald] Government has reaffirmed that February 21 is a public holiday which will be known as the Robert Gabriel Mugabe National Youth Day. In a statement, Zimbabwe Service Commission chairman Mr Mariyawanda Nzuwah said tomorrow is a public holiday with respect to public officers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Human Rights Body Condemns Killing of Akwilina By Police

[Citizen] The Legal Human Rights Centre (LHRC) has strongly condemned the killing of a first year student at the National Institute of Transport (NIT), Ms. Akwilina Akwiline.

[Citizen] The Legal Human Rights Centre (LHRC) has strongly condemned the killing of a first year student at the National Institute of Transport (NIT), Ms. Akwilina Akwiline.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

New Leaf to Be Turned for Fishing Rights

[Namibian] By the end of last year and this year, 107 rights holders’ 20-year privilege has and will be coming to an end, opening the door for interested rights holders for another 20-year-term.

[Namibian] By the end of last year and this year, 107 rights holders' 20-year privilege has and will be coming to an end, opening the door for interested rights holders for another 20-year-term.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Khorixas Police Unaware of Donated Land

[New Era] Windhoek -Khorixas Police Chief Inspector Hiskia Nuuyoma is unaware of a piece of land that was donated to the local police for the setting up of a substation in Donkerhoek informal settlement.

[New Era] Windhoek -Khorixas Police Chief Inspector Hiskia Nuuyoma is unaware of a piece of land that was donated to the local police for the setting up of a substation in Donkerhoek informal settlement.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia