Windhoek Encourages Self-Reading Facility to Avoid Bill Disputes

[New Era] Windhoek -The City of Windhoek (CoW), in an effort to improve service delivery and satisfy customer needs, has introduced a self-reading SMS facility whereby residents of the capital can self-register to submit their water and electricity met…

[New Era] Windhoek -The City of Windhoek (CoW), in an effort to improve service delivery and satisfy customer needs, has introduced a self-reading SMS facility whereby residents of the capital can self-register to submit their water and electricity meter readings via SMS from the comfort of their own homes.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Police Seize Smuggled Fuel

[ANGOP] Mbanza Congo -At least 13.150 liters of fuel were seized in the last seven days by the Tax Police stationed in the Luvo border post in Mbanza Congo city, northern Zaire province, for alleged smuggling of oil by-products.

[ANGOP] Mbanza Congo -At least 13.150 liters of fuel were seized in the last seven days by the Tax Police stationed in the Luvo border post in Mbanza Congo city, northern Zaire province, for alleged smuggling of oil by-products.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Cattle Herder Charged With Murder

[New Era] Ongwediva -A 21-year-old suspect from Iikuku village in Oshikoto Region was arraigned by the police for allegedly beating to death a 42-year-old man on Tuesday.

[New Era] Ongwediva -A 21-year-old suspect from Iikuku village in Oshikoto Region was arraigned by the police for allegedly beating to death a 42-year-old man on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Monument to Be Erected in Memory of Famous Drummer

[Iwacu] “Burundi lost a cultural hero, a man of great value. Following his outstanding achievements in the promotion of the country’s culture, notably the drum culture, the government plans to erect a monument in his memory”, said Jean Bosco Hitimana, …

[Iwacu] "Burundi lost a cultural hero, a man of great value. Following his outstanding achievements in the promotion of the country's culture, notably the drum culture, the government plans to erect a monument in his memory", said Jean Bosco Hitimana, Minister of Youth, Culture and Sport. He said this on 17 April at the funeral of Antime Baranshakaje, the guardian of the sacred drum at Gishora sanctuary in Gitega Province. The Minister says Baranshakaje spent his entire life protecting the sacred drum with bravery

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

President Hosts Thousands At Children’s Party

[The Herald] THOUSANDS of children from across the country’s 10 provinces yesterday gathered at City Sports Centre in Harare for the traditional Children’s Party hosted by President Mugabe and the First Family ahead of the 37th independence celebration…

[The Herald] THOUSANDS of children from across the country's 10 provinces yesterday gathered at City Sports Centre in Harare for the traditional Children's Party hosted by President Mugabe and the First Family ahead of the 37th independence celebrations today.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dreamstar to Send Six Artistes to China

[The Herald] Sophie Chese -Msowa Arts Correspondent A talent search show Dreamstar Zimbabwe will send six finalists from its last year’s edition to work in China for one year.

[The Herald] Sophie Chese -Msowa Arts Correspondent A talent search show Dreamstar Zimbabwe will send six finalists from its last year's edition to work in China for one year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Holiday Death Toll Hits 21

[The Herald] At least four more people were killed in road traffic accidents countrywide recorded between Sunday and yesterday morning, bringing the Easter and Independence holiday death toll to 21.

[The Herald] At least four more people were killed in road traffic accidents countrywide recorded between Sunday and yesterday morning, bringing the Easter and Independence holiday death toll to 21.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Live Blog – Independence Day Celebrations

[The Herald] 1349: The Master of Ceremony, Dr Mushowhe is now on the podium and he announces that President Mugabe and Amai Grace Mugabe as well as the Vice Presidents are now leaving. The festivities continue but we conclude our updates. Thank you for…

[The Herald] 1349: The Master of Ceremony, Dr Mushowhe is now on the podium and he announces that President Mugabe and Amai Grace Mugabe as well as the Vice Presidents are now leaving. The festivities continue but we conclude our updates. Thank you for joining us.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe