Khetheng’s Wife Demands Say in Burial

[Lesotho Times] The case in which ‘Mathato Khetheng, the wife of Police Constable (PC) Mokalekale Khetheng, is challenging the burial of her husband without her involvement will be argued at the High Court tomorrow before Justice Tseliso Monaphathi.

[Lesotho Times] The case in which 'Mathato Khetheng, the wife of Police Constable (PC) Mokalekale Khetheng, is challenging the burial of her husband without her involvement will be argued at the High Court tomorrow before Justice Tseliso Monaphathi.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

Junior Hockey in a Strange Place

[Namibian] Junior hockey in Namibia finds itself in a strange place with some junior national teams having been selected without trials taking place, while trials were organised for others, although no international matches are in the pipeline for them.

[Namibian] Junior hockey in Namibia finds itself in a strange place with some junior national teams having been selected without trials taking place, while trials were organised for others, although no international matches are in the pipeline for them.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Dodoma Metropolis Master Plan Now Put Under Review

[Citizen] The local authorities here have started reviewing the Dodoma master plan three months after they were mandated to strategise and oversee the development of the designated capital.

[Citizen] The local authorities here have started reviewing the Dodoma master plan three months after they were mandated to strategise and oversee the development of the designated capital.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Mwakyembe Heaps Praise On MCL

[Citizen] The minister for Information, Sports and Culture, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe on Monday evening graced the launch of re-designed Mwanaspoti, a leading sports and entertainment newspaper in the country, and lavished praise on the Mwananchi Communica…

[Citizen] The minister for Information, Sports and Culture, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe on Monday evening graced the launch of re-designed Mwanaspoti, a leading sports and entertainment newspaper in the country, and lavished praise on the Mwananchi Communications Limited (MCL) management for the achievement.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Nurse Jailed For Raping 17-Year-Old Patient

[Times of Zambia] A 35-year-old male nurse of St Paul’s Mission Hospital in Nchelenge has been jailed 15 years with hard labour for raping a 17-year-old patient after injecting her with a drug to put her to sleep.

[Times of Zambia] A 35-year-old male nurse of St Paul's Mission Hospital in Nchelenge has been jailed 15 years with hard labour for raping a 17-year-old patient after injecting her with a drug to put her to sleep.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Indongo Eyes Strong Return

[Namibian] Road Warrior Julius Indongo will not hang his head in shame, despite a wave of disparaging public criticism after losing the light-welterweight world titles’ unification fight to Terence Crawford on Sunday.

[Namibian] Road Warrior Julius Indongo will not hang his head in shame, despite a wave of disparaging public criticism after losing the light-welterweight world titles' unification fight to Terence Crawford on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ibrahim Mahmud Gives Directives for Maintaining Peace and Stability in Darfur

[SNA] Khartoum -The Assistant of the President of the Republic, Engineer, Ibrahim Mahmoud Hammed has directed the authorities concerned, in South Darfur to maintain peace and stability and to speed up implementation of services and development projects…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Assistant of the President of the Republic, Engineer, Ibrahim Mahmoud Hammed has directed the authorities concerned, in South Darfur to maintain peace and stability and to speed up implementation of services and development projects in the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Secretary General of the National Council for Child Welfares Commends Programme for Combating Violence Against Children

[SNA] Khartoum -The Secretary General of the National Council for Child Welfare, Suaad Abdul Aal said the establishment of the programme for combating violence against Children shows the future trend for resolving the problems facing the society.

[SNA] Khartoum -The Secretary General of the National Council for Child Welfare, Suaad Abdul Aal said the establishment of the programme for combating violence against Children shows the future trend for resolving the problems facing the society.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan