Police Raid Traumatises Family

[Namibian] A Keetmanshoop man says his wife and three-year-old daughter were traumatised after a police raid on his flat two weeks ago in their search for stock theft suspects.

[Namibian] A Keetmanshoop man says his wife and three-year-old daughter were traumatised after a police raid on his flat two weeks ago in their search for stock theft suspects.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

More Young Men Involved in Road Crashes

[New Era] Onhuno -Young men and economically active people make up the largeest number of road accident victims in the country, according to the head of communications at the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) Ambrosius Tierspoor.

[New Era] Onhuno -Young men and economically active people make up the largeest number of road accident victims in the country, according to the head of communications at the National Road Safety Council (NRSC) Ambrosius Tierspoor.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ruling Party MPs Block Debate On Land

[Namibian] Over 50 Swapo lawmakers shot down a proposed debate on the issue of ancestral land and a demand for the list of all beneficiaries under the government’s resettlement farms programme.

[Namibian] Over 50 Swapo lawmakers shot down a proposed debate on the issue of ancestral land and a demand for the list of all beneficiaries under the government's resettlement farms programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ex-Ministers, Governors Appear At Janneh Commission

[Foroyaa] Two former Ministers in the former administration of former President Yaya Jammeh, Sira Wally Ndow -Njie and Fatou Mass Jobe -Njie, together with three Regional Governors in the names of Omar Khan, Omar Sompo Ceesay and Amienata Siffae Hydra,…

[Foroyaa] Two former Ministers in the former administration of former President Yaya Jammeh, Sira Wally Ndow -Njie and Fatou Mass Jobe -Njie, together with three Regional Governors in the names of Omar Khan, Omar Sompo Ceesay and Amienata Siffae Hydra, yesterday testified before the Janneh Commission of enquiry set up to probe into the financial dealings and assets of the former president, on wide range of issues particularly financial transactions.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Cigarrette Fraud Convict Sentenced to 10 Years

[New Era] Windhoek -Both the State and the defence counsel for a woman convicted of fraud involving cigarettes asked the court to sentence her to 10 years’ imprisonment with part of the sentence suspended.

[New Era] Windhoek -Both the State and the defence counsel for a woman convicted of fraud involving cigarettes asked the court to sentence her to 10 years' imprisonment with part of the sentence suspended.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Important Steps Taken, but Human Rights Violations Continues

[HRW] Tunisians now enjoy their human rights to a greater extent than they did under President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, whom they ousted in 2011. Since 2011, they have adopted a new constitution, held free and fair legislative and presidential election…

[HRW] Tunisians now enjoy their human rights to a greater extent than they did under President Zine el-Abidine Ben Ali, whom they ousted in 2011. Since 2011, they have adopted a new constitution, held free and fair legislative and presidential elections, and adopted progressive laws. These steps notwithstanding, serious human rights violations, including torture, lack of accountability for past human rights violations, arbitrary house arrests and travel restrictions under the state of emergency continue.

source: AllAfrica News: Tunisia