Inside Job for Airport Heist Not Ruled Out – Police Unit

[News24Wire] Police have not ruled out the possibility that the heist at OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday evening was an inside job, Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi told News24 on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] Police have not ruled out the possibility that the heist at OR Tambo International Airport on Tuesday evening was an inside job, Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi told News24 on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Police Dismiss War Veterans’ Claims

[The Herald] Police in Harare have dismissed as false, reports in the media that they had allowed war veterans to meet for their indaba in the city. In a statement yesterday, Harare provincial spokesperson Assistant Inspector Tarirai Dube said the war …

[The Herald] Police in Harare have dismissed as false, reports in the media that they had allowed war veterans to meet for their indaba in the city. In a statement yesterday, Harare provincial spokesperson Assistant Inspector Tarirai Dube said the war veterans had to comply with the provisions of the law to conduct their meeting. "The police want to make it very clear that they did not 'OKAY' the war vets indaba as alleged. The applicant has to comply with the provisions of the law as enshrined in the Public Order and

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Diekmann, Hücke-Mcfarlane Win Pointbreak Open Water Swim

[Namibian] JORN Diekmann and Imme Hücke-McFarlane were the senior men and women’s winners of the ninth annual Pointbreak Open Water swim which took place at Oanob Resort on Sunday.

[Namibian] JORN Diekmann and Imme Hücke-McFarlane were the senior men and women's winners of the ninth annual Pointbreak Open Water swim which took place at Oanob Resort on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Moroccan Envoy Calls On Senate President

[New Times] The Moroccan Ambassador to Rwanda, yesterday, called on Senate president Bernard Makuza and the two agreed that parliaments of both countries need to forge relations to ensure the implementation of existing bilateral agreements.

[New Times] The Moroccan Ambassador to Rwanda, yesterday, called on Senate president Bernard Makuza and the two agreed that parliaments of both countries need to forge relations to ensure the implementation of existing bilateral agreements.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Agent Steals U.S.$38 000

[The Herald] A gold buying agent allegedly stole $38 500 he had been entrusted to buy the mineral on behalf of someone and filed a fake robbery case with the police. The State alleges that Matthew Mutanda (39) pocketed the $38 500 he had been given by …

[The Herald] A gold buying agent allegedly stole $38 500 he had been entrusted to buy the mineral on behalf of someone and filed a fake robbery case with the police. The State alleges that Matthew Mutanda (39) pocketed the $38 500 he had been given by the complainant (name not supplied) to buy gold on his behalf. He then misrepresented to the police that he had been attacked by armed robbers. Investigations proved he lied.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gender Parity Should Be Everyone’s Goal

[New Times] As Rwanda joins the rest of the world to mark the International Women’s Day today, we are challenged to strengthen our resolve to ensure gender parity in our communities.

[New Times] As Rwanda joins the rest of the world to mark the International Women's Day today, we are challenged to strengthen our resolve to ensure gender parity in our communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Italy Deports 37 Nigerians

[Vanguard] The Italian government has deported another batch of Nigerians for committing immigration-related offences in the country, just two weeks after it deported 33 Nigerians.

[Vanguard] The Italian government has deported another batch of Nigerians for committing immigration-related offences in the country, just two weeks after it deported 33 Nigerians.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

EAC Gender Equality Bill Drops in As ‘A Special Women’s Day Present’

[New Times] Regional lawmakers intend to conclude debate and pass the EAC Gender Equality and Development Bill, 2016, today as the “best present women can get on International Women’s Day.”

[New Times] Regional lawmakers intend to conclude debate and pass the EAC Gender Equality and Development Bill, 2016, today as the "best present women can get on International Women's Day."

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda