Labour Ministry Facilitates Outstanding Salaries

[New Era] Windhoek -During the last quarter, the Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation facilitated the payment of various employees’ unpaid salaries – by their respective employers – amounting to more than N$1 million. In add…

[New Era] Windhoek -During the last quarter, the Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation facilitated the payment of various employees' unpaid salaries - by their respective employers - amounting to more than N$1 million. In addition, another amount of more than N$1 million was again paid to employees between April and June this year, through intervention by the ministry, when employers refused to honour payment of remuneration agreements.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Mugabe ‘Tightens Screws’ On Remaining White Farmers – Report

[News24Wire] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe’s government has reportedly continued to “tighten the screws” on the remaining white farmers as it came up with a somewhat “discriminatory policy” that “limits their leases to just five years while their …

[News24Wire] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe's government has reportedly continued to "tighten the screws" on the remaining white farmers as it came up with a somewhat "discriminatory policy" that "limits their leases to just five years while their black counterparts will enjoy 99-year-long leases".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dynamos Fans Go Berserk

[Zimbabwe Standard] Ngezi Platinum Stars shot to the top of the log with four matches to go following an emphatic victory over title rivals Dynamos in an epic Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match marred by lengthy stoppages due to crowd trouble at …

[Zimbabwe Standard] Ngezi Platinum Stars shot to the top of the log with four matches to go following an emphatic victory over title rivals Dynamos in an epic Castle Lager Premier Soccer League match marred by lengthy stoppages due to crowd trouble at the Boabab Stadium in Mhondoro yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Youth and Sports Ministry to Intensify School Sports in 2018

[ANGOP] Lubango -The Ministry of Youth and Sports intends to intensify the promotion of children and juvenile school sports countrywide, said last Sunday in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, the secretary of State for Sports, Carlos de Almeida.

[ANGOP] Lubango -The Ministry of Youth and Sports intends to intensify the promotion of children and juvenile school sports countrywide, said last Sunday in Lubango City, southern Huila Province, the secretary of State for Sports, Carlos de Almeida.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Algeria – Surge in Deportations of Migrants

[HRW] Beirut -Algerian authorities have been rounding up sub-Saharan Africans in and around Algiers and have deported more than 3,000 to Niger since August 25, 2017, without giving them an opportunity to challenge their expulsion, Human Rights Watch sa…

[HRW] Beirut -Algerian authorities have been rounding up sub-Saharan Africans in and around Algiers and have deported more than 3,000 to Niger since August 25, 2017, without giving them an opportunity to challenge their expulsion, Human Rights Watch said today. Those expelled include migrants who have lived and worked for years in Algeria, pregnant women, families with newborn babies, and about 25 unaccompanied children.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

Soccer – 1º De Agosto Win Africa Champions League

[ANGOP] Luanda -1º de Agosto’s senior women’s handball team won on Sunday for the fourth time in a row the Africa Champions League, afer beating in the final the As SFAX of Tunisia by 30-17.

[ANGOP] Luanda -1º de Agosto's senior women's handball team won on Sunday for the fourth time in a row the Africa Champions League, afer beating in the final the As SFAX of Tunisia by 30-17.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Lawmakers Want Varsities to Prioritise Hands-On Skills

[New Times] Members of the Standing Committee on Education, Technology, Culture and Youth in the Lower House will next month go on a two-week tour across the country to examine how institutions of higher learning can better deliver hands-on training.

[New Times] Members of the Standing Committee on Education, Technology, Culture and Youth in the Lower House will next month go on a two-week tour across the country to examine how institutions of higher learning can better deliver hands-on training.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda