Police Ordered to Prefer Charges Against Nairobi’s ‘Gangster Queen’

[Nairobi News] A magistrate has ordered the investigating officers in a case in which a woman is suspected to be part of a gang that has been breaking into homes, to state the charges she and her co-accused are facing.

[Nairobi News] A magistrate has ordered the investigating officers in a case in which a woman is suspected to be part of a gang that has been breaking into homes, to state the charges she and her co-accused are facing.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Aspiring Engineer Makes ‘Helicopter’ From Scrap

[New Era] Indongo Yakelu -An aspiring Namibian aircraft and mechanical engineer has assembled a helicopter, a car and a motorbike all from scrap metal, debunking the notion that people who struggle academically cannot do anything in life. The aspiring …

[New Era] Indongo Yakelu -An aspiring Namibian aircraft and mechanical engineer has assembled a helicopter, a car and a motorbike all from scrap metal, debunking the notion that people who struggle academically cannot do anything in life. The aspiring engineer is Mateus Mundjembo aged 18.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Desperate, Deserted Mothers Flock Dar es Salaam RC Office

[Daily News] A HUGE turn up of mothers who claim to have been deserted by their co-parents gather at Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner’s (RC) Office yesterday. The deserted mothers were responding to RC Paul Makonda invitation to register their conce…

[Daily News] A HUGE turn up of mothers who claim to have been deserted by their co-parents gather at Dar es Salaam Regional Commissioner's (RC) Office yesterday. The deserted mothers were responding to RC Paul Makonda invitation to register their concerns for legal assistance.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Teacher Under Fire for Duct-Taping Pupils

[Namibian] A teacher at the Elim Primary School in Windhoek has come under fire for allegedly duct-taping the mouths of four pupils as punishment for talking in class last Thursday.

[Namibian] A teacher at the Elim Primary School in Windhoek has come under fire for allegedly duct-taping the mouths of four pupils as punishment for talking in class last Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Don’t Lose Heart, Ruling Party’s Disqualified Candidates Told

[The Herald] Zanu-PF prospective candidates who were disqualified ahead of the party’s primary elections set for May 5, should accept the outcome of the vetting process and remain committed and loyal to the party and presidential candidate President Mn…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF prospective candidates who were disqualified ahead of the party's primary elections set for May 5, should accept the outcome of the vetting process and remain committed and loyal to the party and presidential candidate President Mnagwagwa, Mashonaland West provincial chairman Cde Ziyambi Ziyambi has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe