Govt Intervenes to Stop Mother Using Baby As Begging Prop

[New Era] Windhoek -The Gender Equality Ministry has removed a child from his mother in an effort to discourage the mother from using the child’s medical condition to beg for money from the public.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Gender Equality Ministry has removed a child from his mother in an effort to discourage the mother from using the child's medical condition to beg for money from the public.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Minister Husnoo Lauds Key Role of Nurses in Health Services

[Government of Mauritius] In a constantly changing health environment, training and capacity-building programmes of nurses are fundamental to enhance the health sector as they play a key role in delivering quality health services.

[Government of Mauritius] In a constantly changing health environment, training and capacity-building programmes of nurses are fundamental to enhance the health sector as they play a key role in delivering quality health services.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Vendors Vow to Stay Put As Govt Launches ‘Clean Up’ Blitz

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -Police on Thursday launched “operation restore order” to rid the capital’s central business district of thousands of vendors after President Robert Mugabe condemned the bric-a-brac traders.

[New Zimbabwe] Harare -Police on Thursday launched "operation restore order" to rid the capital's central business district of thousands of vendors after President Robert Mugabe condemned the bric-a-brac traders.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Elect Top Four On Merit – Ruling Party Elders’ Council

[New Era] Windhoek -The Swapo Party Elders’ Council (SPEC) says the top four senior positions in the ruling party’s congress next month should be occupied by “tested and tried cadres, who, in addition to unquestionable loyalty, have the political matur…

[New Era] Windhoek -The Swapo Party Elders' Council (SPEC) says the top four senior positions in the ruling party's congress next month should be occupied by "tested and tried cadres, who, in addition to unquestionable loyalty, have the political maturity, intellectual insight and love for the Namibian people at heart".

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Man Jailed for Kidnapping Prophet

[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo -A self-proclaimed prophet endured six hours as a hostage to a man who demanding prayers and the delivery of a prophecy, a local court heard Wednesday.

[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo -A self-proclaimed prophet endured six hours as a hostage to a man who demanding prayers and the delivery of a prophecy, a local court heard Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rice Imports Stabilise On Central Bank Intervention

[Financial Gazette] Ayan Trading Limited (Ayan), the Mutare-based importer of Mariana rice, says it is set to receive US$10 million worth of letters of credit (LCs) from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to guarantee payments to international suppliers.

[Financial Gazette] Ayan Trading Limited (Ayan), the Mutare-based importer of Mariana rice, says it is set to receive US$10 million worth of letters of credit (LCs) from the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) to guarantee payments to international suppliers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Property Developer Faces U.S.$200 Million Compensation Bill

[Financial Gazette] The High Court has ordered Eddies Pfugari (Pvt) Limited to fully service two sections of its Knowe suburb in Norton within 90 days, failure of which the property development firm should pay nearly $200 million in compensation to res…

[Financial Gazette] The High Court has ordered Eddies Pfugari (Pvt) Limited to fully service two sections of its Knowe suburb in Norton within 90 days, failure of which the property development firm should pay nearly $200 million in compensation to residents.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Budget Accountability Necessary for Progress

[Zimbabwe Independent] There is no better way of ascertaining whether government’s rhetoric matches its actions than examining how it raises and spends public money. Are funds being spent on the things the government said they would be?

[Zimbabwe Independent] There is no better way of ascertaining whether government's rhetoric matches its actions than examining how it raises and spends public money. Are funds being spent on the things the government said they would be?

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe