Police in Mokwakwaila Launched a Search Operation After the Disappearance of an Elderly Man

[SAPS] Mokwakwaila-The police in Mokwakwaila outside Tzaneen have launched a massive search operation after an elderly man, Ngwako Wilson Maake, aged 80 years from Ga-Ntata Village that was reported missing by his family.

[SAPS] Mokwakwaila-The police in Mokwakwaila outside Tzaneen have launched a massive search operation after an elderly man, Ngwako Wilson Maake, aged 80 years from Ga-Ntata Village that was reported missing by his family.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Firearms and Drugs Recovered and Five Suspects Arrested

[SAPS] Friday operations by Ulundi Task Team, Ulundi police and Muden police yielded positive results when three firearms and drugs were confiscated. Police conducted an operation at the Ulundi Plaza where they arrested two suspects aged 21 and 30 afte…

[SAPS] Friday operations by Ulundi Task Team, Ulundi police and Muden police yielded positive results when three firearms and drugs were confiscated. Police conducted an operation at the Ulundi Plaza where they arrested two suspects aged 21 and 30 after they were found in possession of ten rock cocaine drugs each. They were both arrested and charged for dealing in drugs. Suspects will appear in the Ulundi Magistrates' Court tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Warns ‘Unruly’ Tanzanite Miners

[Citizen] Mirerani -The government will take stern measures against Tanzanite miners who have not complied with a recent directive that required them to start paying salaries to their workers.

[Citizen] Mirerani -The government will take stern measures against Tanzanite miners who have not complied with a recent directive that required them to start paying salaries to their workers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Historian Calls On Journalists to Focus On Research

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan historian Rosa Cruz e Silva last Saturday, in Luanda, called on journalists to focus on training and research in order to produce cultural contents of greater importance and social impact.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan historian Rosa Cruz e Silva last Saturday, in Luanda, called on journalists to focus on training and research in order to produce cultural contents of greater importance and social impact.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

De Lille Eager to Have Allegations Tested At Her Disciplinary Hearing

[News24Wire] The mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille, says her biggest concern ahead of her disciplinary hearing on Tuesday is to ensure that the public understands what the charges against her are about.

[News24Wire] The mayor of Cape Town, Patricia de Lille, says her biggest concern ahead of her disciplinary hearing on Tuesday is to ensure that the public understands what the charges against her are about.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

How an Ethiopia-Backed Port Is Changing Power Dynamics in the Horn of Africa

[The Conversation Africa] When Eritrea gained its independence from Ethiopia in 1993, Ethiopia became landlocked and therefore dependent on its neighbours – especially Djibouti – for access to international markets. This dependency has hampered Ethiopi…

[The Conversation Africa] When Eritrea gained its independence from Ethiopia in 1993, Ethiopia became landlocked and therefore dependent on its neighbours - especially Djibouti - for access to international markets. This dependency has hampered Ethiopia's aspiration to emerge as the uncontested regional power in the Horn of Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Cyclone Eliakim Kills At Least Seven in Madagascar

[East African] Antananarivo -The tropical cyclone Eliakim which made a landfall in north-eastern Madagascar on Friday morning, has killed at least seven people, officials said.

[East African] Antananarivo -The tropical cyclone Eliakim which made a landfall in north-eastern Madagascar on Friday morning, has killed at least seven people, officials said.

source: AllAfrica News: Madagascar

Kenya Is Paying a Heavy Human and Financial Cost for Unsafe Abortions

[The Conversation Africa] One of the critical targets for countries that are trying to meet the sustainable development goals is reducing the number of mothers who die from complications during or immediately after their pregnancies. The target for 203…

[The Conversation Africa] One of the critical targets for countries that are trying to meet the sustainable development goals is reducing the number of mothers who die from complications during or immediately after their pregnancies. The target for 2030 is that each country will have less than 70 mothers dying for each of the 100 000 live births that happen each year. This would eliminate almost all preventable maternal deaths.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya