Health Sector Gains 93 New Physicians

[ANGOP] Lubango -The health sector in the southern Huila Province gained 93 new physicians who were officially presented last Friday, in Lubango City, to the local government officials.

[ANGOP] Lubango -The health sector in the southern Huila Province gained 93 new physicians who were officially presented last Friday, in Lubango City, to the local government officials.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Cape Town Underworld Breakthrough As Suspected Club Gunman Arrested

[News24Wire] A major breakthrough has been made in underworld investigations, with a Mitchells Plain resident appearing in court for allegedly shooting a patron and DJ outside a Cape Town nightclub in May.

[News24Wire] A major breakthrough has been made in underworld investigations, with a Mitchells Plain resident appearing in court for allegedly shooting a patron and DJ outside a Cape Town nightclub in May.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Dismissal Exposes Fraud At Oshakati

[Namibian] The 31st of August was Natanael Tomas’ last day as operator/driver at the Oshakati Town Council’s department of public health and environmental management.

[Namibian] The 31st of August was Natanael Tomas' last day as operator/driver at the Oshakati Town Council's department of public health and environmental management.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Department Condemns Threats Against MDDA Acting CEO

[SAnews.gov.za] Communications Deputy Minister Tandi Mahambehlala has noted with deep concern the alleged acts of intimidation against Media Development and Diversity Agency’s (MDDA) acting CEO Donald Liphoko and his family.

[SAnews.gov.za] Communications Deputy Minister Tandi Mahambehlala has noted with deep concern the alleged acts of intimidation against Media Development and Diversity Agency's (MDDA) acting CEO Donald Liphoko and his family.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Opposition Calls Anti-Corruption Boss a Puppet

[Namibian] The DTA last week said the decision by Anti-Corruption Commission director general Paulus Noa to block an investigation into the N$3 billion mass housing programme was to shield individuals implicated in corruption in the ill-fated project.

[Namibian] The DTA last week said the decision by Anti-Corruption Commission director general Paulus Noa to block an investigation into the N$3 billion mass housing programme was to shield individuals implicated in corruption in the ill-fated project.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia