‘Fuel Prices Have Declined’

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority says retail prices of diesel and petrol fell by 3,27 percent and 3,62 percent respectively, between March and May this year, in tandem with global petroleum trends.This comes as the regulator made a…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Energy Regulatory Authority says retail prices of diesel and petrol fell by 3,27 percent and 3,62 percent respectively, between March and May this year, in tandem with global petroleum trends.This comes as the regulator made assurances that despite the acute shortage of foreign currency needed to import critical imports such as fuel, there were sufficient arrangements to ensure its adequate supply. Zimbabwe is a net importer and a fall in prices saves money for both individual motorists and th

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Agriculture Central to NDP5 Strategy

[New Era] Windhoek -The agricultural sector has been identified as one of the strategic sectors to accomplish economic growth, one of the four pillars in the Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5). The reason is that a third of the Namibian work force …

[New Era] Windhoek -The agricultural sector has been identified as one of the strategic sectors to accomplish economic growth, one of the four pillars in the Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5). The reason is that a third of the Namibian work force is directly or indirectly involved in the agricultural sector.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

The Gangster Game Has Changed

[Namibian] IN the late 90s, guns were expensive and hard to come by, leaving gangsters to go into township battles armed with knives, pangas and stones, or when it got tough and desperate – their bare knuckles.

[Namibian] IN the late 90s, guns were expensive and hard to come by, leaving gangsters to go into township battles armed with knives, pangas and stones, or when it got tough and desperate - their bare knuckles.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Rubavu, Nyamasheke Homes Get Power

[New Times] The Police Week activities continued Tuesday in Rubavu and Nyamasheke Districts where close to 200 households were connected to solar energy systems.

[New Times] The Police Week activities continued Tuesday in Rubavu and Nyamasheke Districts where close to 200 households were connected to solar energy systems.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

American Murder Suspect Accuses Judge of Bias

[New Era] Windhoek -Marcus Thomas, the North American national who is accused of the execution style murder of Namibian citizen Andre Heckmair wants Judge Christi Liebenberg to recuse himself from the case for alleged bias.

[New Era] Windhoek -Marcus Thomas, the North American national who is accused of the execution style murder of Namibian citizen Andre Heckmair wants Judge Christi Liebenberg to recuse himself from the case for alleged bias.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Electricity Company to Cease Operations in Keetmanshoop

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -Southern Electricity Company (SELCo) will finally cease operations at Keetmanshoop on June 30 after it ran afoul of residents here at the southern town.

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -Southern Electricity Company (SELCo) will finally cease operations at Keetmanshoop on June 30 after it ran afoul of residents here at the southern town.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Morocco to Institute Probe Over ‘Caprivi Strip’

[New Era] Windhoek -In response to the support and solidarity shown by the Namibian government towards the people of Western Sahara in their quest to gain independence, Morocco has reportedly threatened to institute an investigation over Namibia’s appa…

[New Era] Windhoek -In response to the support and solidarity shown by the Namibian government towards the people of Western Sahara in their quest to gain independence, Morocco has reportedly threatened to institute an investigation over Namibia's apparent domination of what was once known as the Caprivi Strip.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Code of Conduct Amended

[NEWS] The Liberian Senate has passed a Bill seeking an amendment to Part XII of the National Code of Conduct for all public officials and employees of government.

[NEWS] The Liberian Senate has passed a Bill seeking an amendment to Part XII of the National Code of Conduct for all public officials and employees of government.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia