Alleged Rhino Poachers Tracked Down

[News24Wire] Three Mozambican men who were tracked and arrested after allegedly killing a rhino and stealing its horn on a private game farm are expected in the Bray Periodical Court on Tuesday.

[News24Wire] Three Mozambican men who were tracked and arrested after allegedly killing a rhino and stealing its horn on a private game farm are expected in the Bray Periodical Court on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Public Order Police Raided Illegal Firearms and Ammunition

[SAPS] Durban Public Order Police assisted by Crime Intelligence conducted intelligence driven operations at Umkomaas, KwaMakhutha and Folweni area last night. During their operations they arrested three suspects who were found in possession of illegal…

[SAPS] Durban Public Order Police assisted by Crime Intelligence conducted intelligence driven operations at Umkomaas, KwaMakhutha and Folweni area last night. During their operations they arrested three suspects who were found in possession of illegal firearms and ammunition. One of the arrested suspects was found in possession of three unlicensed firearms namely Beretta 9mm pistol, Luger 9mm pistol and P220 9mm pistol with ammunition. All arrested suspects aged between 38 and 45 were charged for possession of u

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Davis Cup – SA Wary of Estonia

[News24Wire] Estonia’s top tennis player, Jurgen Zopp, the world No 314, was named by his country as part of their team to play South Africa in the Euro/Africa Zone Group II tie.

[News24Wire] Estonia's top tennis player, Jurgen Zopp, the world No 314, was named by his country as part of their team to play South Africa in the Euro/Africa Zone Group II tie.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Public Seminar On Foreign Service Bill Under Way in Pretoria

[Parliament of South Africa] The Foreign Service Bill’s success will hinge on the ability of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) to institutionalise a culture of accountability through effective monitoring and evaluation, …

[Parliament of South Africa] The Foreign Service Bill's success will hinge on the ability of the Department of International Relations and Cooperation (Dirco) to institutionalise a culture of accountability through effective monitoring and evaluation, the Portfolio Committee on International Relations and Cooperation heard on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Kifiya Employs 80 More As E-Ticketing Agents

[Addis Fortune] Kifiya Financial Technologies has hired 80 Yene Guzo’ e-ticketing agents in Addis Ababa. The agents are to sell tickets in all areas, across Kolfe Keraniyo, Bole, Addis Ketema, Kirkos, Yeka,Arada, Akaki Kaliti, Legetafto, Ledeta, Nefas …

[Addis Fortune] Kifiya Financial Technologies has hired 80 Yene Guzo' e-ticketing agents in Addis Ababa. The agents are to sell tickets in all areas, across Kolfe Keraniyo, Bole, Addis Ketema, Kirkos, Yeka,Arada, Akaki Kaliti, Legetafto, Ledeta, Nefas Silk Lafto and Gulele districts.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ministry Sets Record Straight On Medical Benefits Registry

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Ministry of Health says its plans to develop a benefits registry through information requested from the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) is not to collect personal or private information, as the Democratic Alliance (DA) c…

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Ministry of Health says its plans to develop a benefits registry through information requested from the Council for Medical Schemes (CMS) is not to collect personal or private information, as the Democratic Alliance (DA) claims.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Road Building Boom Continues

[Addis Fortune] The latest six-month report released by the Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) revealed that it spent over nine billion Birr to construct roads in the past six months. This accounts for close to one-fifth of the budget allocated for the cu…

[Addis Fortune] The latest six-month report released by the Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA) revealed that it spent over nine billion Birr to construct roads in the past six months. This accounts for close to one-fifth of the budget allocated for the current fiscal year. There are 13 new projects that will be launched in 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

City to Take Lead in Fighting Typhoid

[The Herald] At least 80 percent of typhoid and diarrhoeal diseases that occur in the country emanate from Harare, Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa has said.Speaking in an interview after a national typhoid meeting that took place i…

[The Herald] At least 80 percent of typhoid and diarrhoeal diseases that occur in the country emanate from Harare, Health and Child Care Minister Dr David Parirenyatwa has said.Speaking in an interview after a national typhoid meeting that took place in Harare yesterday, Dr Parirenyatwa said since most cases were occurring in the capital, the local authority will take the lead in addressing sewer bursts, illegal vending, clean water supply and refuse removal in most affected suburbs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Smile Liberia Provides Cash, School Materials to 150 Students

[LINA] SMILE Liberia International, an education promotion group, has mobilized resources to provide educational support to 150 students in Grand Bassa and Montserrado counties.

[LINA] SMILE Liberia International, an education promotion group, has mobilized resources to provide educational support to 150 students in Grand Bassa and Montserrado counties.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia