Rwanda Objects to Cargo Charges

[East African] Rwandan shippers are protesting at Kenya’s continuing to charge fees for its electronic cargo tracking system in spite of the free integrated system being in place.

[East African] Rwandan shippers are protesting at Kenya's continuing to charge fees for its electronic cargo tracking system in spite of the free integrated system being in place.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sensitisation for Grade 1 Placements

[New Era] Rundu -Parents in Kavango West are being advised to start registering their children who have turned six this year for Grade 1 next year, as the application and registration forms are free and so is primary education.

[New Era] Rundu -Parents in Kavango West are being advised to start registering their children who have turned six this year for Grade 1 next year, as the application and registration forms are free and so is primary education.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ford Recalls 651 Figo, Ikon Models

[Namibian] Ford South Africa is voluntarily recalling from Namibia all Ikon models, built between 9 August 2004 and 24 March 2012, and Figo vehicles, built between 13 January 2009 and 24 March 2012 to replace the high pressure steering hose.

[Namibian] Ford South Africa is voluntarily recalling from Namibia all Ikon models, built between 9 August 2004 and 24 March 2012, and Figo vehicles, built between 13 January 2009 and 24 March 2012 to replace the high pressure steering hose.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Land Valuation Roll Appeal in High Court

[New Era] Windhoek -The appeal of 379 landowners who were not represented by legal representatives at the valuation court in 2016 was submitted to the high court last Thursday.

[New Era] Windhoek -The appeal of 379 landowners who were not represented by legal representatives at the valuation court in 2016 was submitted to the high court last Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Truck Drivers Homebound

[Namibian] Walter Haoseb could be heading home after spending about six months living in his truck in Zambia but he has questions as to why they were held.

[Namibian] Walter Haoseb could be heading home after spending about six months living in his truck in Zambia but he has questions as to why they were held.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia