Oshikoto Starts Sanitation Survey

[New Era] Omuthiya -Oshikoto Region’s directorate of rural water supply yesterday commenced with what will be a countrywide survey on rural water and sanitation in an effort to ascertain the accessibility and availability of sanitation and water servic…

[New Era] Omuthiya -Oshikoto Region's directorate of rural water supply yesterday commenced with what will be a countrywide survey on rural water and sanitation in an effort to ascertain the accessibility and availability of sanitation and water services in various parts of the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Deceptive Councils Slammed

[The Herald] Local authorities have been slammed for attempting to cover up their shortcomings on service delivery to the national leadership through refurbishment of roads in various towns ahead of the ongoing Presidential Youth Interface Rallies. Roa…

[The Herald] Local authorities have been slammed for attempting to cover up their shortcomings on service delivery to the national leadership through refurbishment of roads in various towns ahead of the ongoing Presidential Youth Interface Rallies. Roads in most towns are inaccessible with City Fathers turning a blind eye to the potholes that have become an eyesore.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mauritian-Based Holding Firm Eyes Stock Exchange Listing

[The Herald] Brainworks Limited, a Mauritian-based holding company with a diversified Zimbabwean investment portfolio, has made its submission to list on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) main board.

[The Herald] Brainworks Limited, a Mauritian-based holding company with a diversified Zimbabwean investment portfolio, has made its submission to list on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange (JSE) main board.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Firestone Bans Heavyweight Trucks

[New Dawn] The management of Firestone Rubber Plantation in Liberia says until further notice, all non-Firestone Liberia trucks exceeding 5 axles will not be allowed passage through its production area, as a result of the significant damage done to the…

[New Dawn] The management of Firestone Rubber Plantation in Liberia says until further notice, all non-Firestone Liberia trucks exceeding 5 axles will not be allowed passage through its production area, as a result of the significant damage done to the Harbel - 15 Gate road, particularly the collapse of the Du River Bridge.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

YALI 2017 Participants Donate to Children’s Shelter

[New Era] Windhoek -The Mammadu Shelter in Katutura’s Otjomuise residential area in Windhoek today receives a donation from participants of the 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF), also known as the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI).

[New Era] Windhoek -The Mammadu Shelter in Katutura's Otjomuise residential area in Windhoek today receives a donation from participants of the 2017 Mandela Washington Fellowship (MWF), also known as the Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI).

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Gender Minister Discloses Progress Made in Alleged Rape Case

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection says the Government of Liberia is working on a possible lead in the alleged rape incident of a 13-year-old girl involving a member of the Liberian legislature but has re…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection says the Government of Liberia is working on a possible lead in the alleged rape incident of a 13-year-old girl involving a member of the Liberian legislature but has refused to disclose details of the lead.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Local Hospitals Do Not Turn Away Foreign Nationals – Health Minister

[News24Wire] South African public hospitals do not turn away foreign nationals, was health minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi’s emphatic message to the portfolio committee on health on Tuesday, when he addressed the issue of a Congolese woman who was forced …

[News24Wire] South African public hospitals do not turn away foreign nationals, was health minister Dr Aaron Motsoaledi's emphatic message to the portfolio committee on health on Tuesday, when he addressed the issue of a Congolese woman who was forced to give birth in Johannesburg's Park Station.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa