Court Throws Out SIM Card Registration Case

[Monitor] Kampala -The High Court in Kampala has rejected the plea by a section of Ugandans who were seeking its intervention to prevail over various telecommunication service providers, not to switch off unverified SIM cards when the deadline (May 19)…

[Monitor] Kampala -The High Court in Kampala has rejected the plea by a section of Ugandans who were seeking its intervention to prevail over various telecommunication service providers, not to switch off unverified SIM cards when the deadline (May 19) reaches.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Airnam Apologises to Disabled Teen

[Namibian] AIR Namibia has apologised to the Walvis Bay teenager whose mother complained that the airline had barred her daughter from boarding a plane last week due to her disability.

[Namibian] AIR Namibia has apologised to the Walvis Bay teenager whose mother complained that the airline had barred her daughter from boarding a plane last week due to her disability.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

U.S. Helps Fight Against Wildlife Trafficking

[Namibian] THE United States embassy in Namibia and the World Customs Organisation recently hosted an operational planning training course for customs officers and other law enforcement agencies in Windhoek.

[Namibian] THE United States embassy in Namibia and the World Customs Organisation recently hosted an operational planning training course for customs officers and other law enforcement agencies in Windhoek.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Urban Inclusivity Hot Topic At Swakop

[Namibian] THE Swakopmund municipality is hosting a three-day workshop for local authorities and urban development specialists on planning to achieve urban inclusivity.

[Namibian] THE Swakopmund municipality is hosting a three-day workshop for local authorities and urban development specialists on planning to achieve urban inclusivity.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Priest Imprisoned Following Charge of Raping Minor, Police Say

[Iwacu] The police arrested Abbot Jean Marie Ciza, the principal private secretary of the Archbishop of Gitega in the afternoon of 16 May 2017. He was sent to Gitega Central Prison for raping a minor, police spokesman says.

[Iwacu] The police arrested Abbot Jean Marie Ciza, the principal private secretary of the Archbishop of Gitega in the afternoon of 16 May 2017. He was sent to Gitega Central Prison for raping a minor, police spokesman says.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

President Sirleaf Receives U.S. Secretary for Health and Human Services – Commends Visit

[Govt of Liberia] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 received a delegation from the United States Government headed by Secretary of Health and Human Services, Dr. Thomas E. Price at the Robert International Airport (RIA). Dr. Pr…

[Govt of Liberia] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Wednesday, May 17, 2017 received a delegation from the United States Government headed by Secretary of Health and Human Services, Dr. Thomas E. Price at the Robert International Airport (RIA). Dr. Price and delegation arrived in the country on of a two-day visit.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia