Cabo Verdean Police Officers End Course in Angola

[ANGOP] Luanda -Twelve scholarship students from the Cabo Verde?s police corporation last Tuesday, in the Angolan capital, finished a five-year course in Police Sciences, at the Higher Institute of Police and Criminal Sciences of Luanda (ISCPC).

[ANGOP] Luanda -Twelve scholarship students from the Cabo Verde?s police corporation last Tuesday, in the Angolan capital, finished a five-year course in Police Sciences, at the Higher Institute of Police and Criminal Sciences of Luanda (ISCPC).

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Roles of Stakeholders in Veld Fire Management

[The Herald] The tropical storm Cyclone Dineo which hit Zimbabwe during the last rain season resulted in the growth of massive vegetation which translated to fuel load, an essential ingredient for veld fire occurrences.

[The Herald] The tropical storm Cyclone Dineo which hit Zimbabwe during the last rain season resulted in the growth of massive vegetation which translated to fuel load, an essential ingredient for veld fire occurrences.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Skorpion Zinc Returns to Football

[Namibian] The Skorpion Zinc mine on Tuesday announced that it will revive its under-17 tournament, and is also in talks with the Namibia Football Association about sponsoring women’s football.

[Namibian] The Skorpion Zinc mine on Tuesday announced that it will revive its under-17 tournament, and is also in talks with the Namibia Football Association about sponsoring women's football.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Horrific Details Emerge of Ocean View Teen’s Rape and Murder

[News24Wire] Ocean View teenager Camron Britz was raped anally and vaginally with an object pushed down her throat and then she was strangled to death, the Simon’s Town Magistrate’s Court heard on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] Ocean View teenager Camron Britz was raped anally and vaginally with an object pushed down her throat and then she was strangled to death, the Simon's Town Magistrate's Court heard on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Old Limpopo Bridge Now Crime Haven

[The Herald] Criminal activities are the order of the day at the Alfred Beit Bridge (Old Limpopo Bridge) where touts, thieves, conmen, wheeler dealers and vendors are roaming freely under the nose of security agents.

[The Herald] Criminal activities are the order of the day at the Alfred Beit Bridge (Old Limpopo Bridge) where touts, thieves, conmen, wheeler dealers and vendors are roaming freely under the nose of security agents.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Admin Issues Almost Delay Grant Payments

[Namibian] Monday’s late release of social grant monies to NamPost was caused by an administrative issue, poverty eradication minister Zephania Kameeta said yesterday.

[Namibian] Monday's late release of social grant monies to NamPost was caused by an administrative issue, poverty eradication minister Zephania Kameeta said yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

First Phase of Anomabo Fisheries College to Be Completed This Year

[Ghana Govt.] A budgetary allocation has been approved by government to complete the first phase of the Anomabo Fisheries College by the end of the year, the Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, Mrs Elizabeth Naa Afoley Quaye, has disclo…

[Ghana Govt.] A budgetary allocation has been approved by government to complete the first phase of the Anomabo Fisheries College by the end of the year, the Minister for Fisheries and Aquaculture Development, Mrs Elizabeth Naa Afoley Quaye, has disclosed.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Government Hails E-Traffic System

[The Herald] Government has hailed the electronic traffic monitoring system being developed by the police in partnership with Univern Enterprises, saying that it will help reduce corruption and foster compliance by motorists. Once operational, roadbloc…

[The Herald] Government has hailed the electronic traffic monitoring system being developed by the police in partnership with Univern Enterprises, saying that it will help reduce corruption and foster compliance by motorists. Once operational, roadblocks will be under 24-hour surveillance with real-time images beamed to a central server.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare City Council Blows U.S.$11 Million On Salaries

[The Herald] Harare City Council violated the Urban Councils Act when it borrowed $11 million from a financial institution to pay salaries and terminal benefits for its employees.

[The Herald] Harare City Council violated the Urban Councils Act when it borrowed $11 million from a financial institution to pay salaries and terminal benefits for its employees.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe