The Other News Round-Up – I Think, Therefore I Scam

[Daily Maverick] Each week, Daily Maverick brings you some of the odder happenings from across the globe and closer to home. This week: desperate times call for scammers and con artists.

[Daily Maverick] Each week, Daily Maverick brings you some of the odder happenings from across the globe and closer to home. This week: desperate times call for scammers and con artists.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

New Drug Warehouse to Boost Zim’s Pharmaceutical Storage

[263Chat] Zimbabwe will soon benefit from an expanded pharmaceutical storage space following Global Fund support towards the construction of 22 000 pallets capacity warehouse in Harare.

[263Chat] Zimbabwe will soon benefit from an expanded pharmaceutical storage space following Global Fund support towards the construction of 22 000 pallets capacity warehouse in Harare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gunshot Victim Discharged From Hospital

[Foroyaa] An 18-year-old young man who suffered a gunshot wound in the recent violence and mayhem in Busumbala, has been discharged from the country’s main hospital in Banjul, a family member told Foroyaa.

[Foroyaa] An 18-year-old young man who suffered a gunshot wound in the recent violence and mayhem in Busumbala, has been discharged from the country's main hospital in Banjul, a family member told Foroyaa.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Court Links Reserve Bank of Malawi Officials in U.S. $69 000 Standard Bank Robbery

[Nyasa Times] Mzuzu First Grade Magistrate Court says if ‘serious’ investigations were conducted in the Standard Bank Branch robbery, some officers from Reserve Bank of Malawi and others from the Standard Bank would have been arrested of aiding a K500 …

[Nyasa Times] Mzuzu First Grade Magistrate Court says if 'serious' investigations were conducted in the Standard Bank Branch robbery, some officers from Reserve Bank of Malawi and others from the Standard Bank would have been arrested of aiding a K500 million heist in Mzuzu.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tributes Flow for Lecturer’s Wife At Requiem Mass

[Nation] Family and friends of the late Rebecca Gombe Mwachongo, the wife of Strathmore University lecturer Fredrick Onyango Ogolla, on Friday converged at an emotional requiem mass held at St Austin’s Catholic Church, Nairobi.

[Nation] Family and friends of the late Rebecca Gombe Mwachongo, the wife of Strathmore University lecturer Fredrick Onyango Ogolla, on Friday converged at an emotional requiem mass held at St Austin's Catholic Church, Nairobi.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Gambia’s Backbone Is Broken, Needs Urgent Action to Fix It

[Foroyaa] For the past 70 years the economy of our country has been based on Agriculture, yet many Gambians, especially those living in rural Gambia continue to suffer in hunger and poverty.

[Foroyaa] For the past 70 years the economy of our country has been based on Agriculture, yet many Gambians, especially those living in rural Gambia continue to suffer in hunger and poverty.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘We Are Accountable for Everything We Did’ – Yankuba Touray

[Foroyaa] The former member of the Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council (AFPRC) Yankuba Touray, yesterday agreed with Commission Counsel Amie Bensouda and her colleagues that they were accountable for everything they did in the name of The Gambia.

[Foroyaa] The former member of the Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council (AFPRC) Yankuba Touray, yesterday agreed with Commission Counsel Amie Bensouda and her colleagues that they were accountable for everything they did in the name of The Gambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Sudan Arrests Journalists, Confiscates Papers for Reporting On Inflation Protests

[CPJ] New York -Sudanese authorities should cease harassing and arresting journalists and confiscating newspapers, and should allow journalists to report on matters of public interest without fear of reprisal, the Committee to Protect Journalists said …

[CPJ] New York -Sudanese authorities should cease harassing and arresting journalists and confiscating newspapers, and should allow journalists to report on matters of public interest without fear of reprisal, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan