Kenya Airways Appoints Polish National As CEO

[East African] The national carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) has appointed Sebastian Mikosz, a Polish national, as its group managing director to replace Mbuvi Ngunze who resigned last year a midst a labour crisis.

[East African] The national carrier Kenya Airways (KQ) has appointed Sebastian Mikosz, a Polish national, as its group managing director to replace Mbuvi Ngunze who resigned last year a midst a labour crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Conflict Forces Millions of Children in South Sudan to Flee Homes Says UN

[Deutsche Welle] South Sudan’s civil war has forced over 1 million children to flee the country while another million are internally displaced, UN agencies say. Officials have warned that the future of an entire generation is at risk.

[Deutsche Welle] South Sudan's civil war has forced over 1 million children to flee the country while another million are internally displaced, UN agencies say. Officials have warned that the future of an entire generation is at risk.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

U.S. Raises Hope for Return of U.S.$500 Million Abacha Loot

[Guardian] The U.S. Embassy in Nigeria yesterday, in an electronic mail exchange with The Guardian confirmed it would transmit to President Donald Trump, a letter from the Socio-economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) requesting the administ…

[Guardian] The U.S. Embassy in Nigeria yesterday, in an electronic mail exchange with The Guardian confirmed it would transmit to President Donald Trump, a letter from the Socio-economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) requesting the administration to release the assets to Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Minister Gumbo’s Son Laid to Rest

[The Herald] Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo’s son, Dr Jeremy Gumbo, who died in South Africa last Thursday was yesterday laid to rest at his rural home in Mpesi, Mberengwa.

[The Herald] Transport and Infrastructural Development Minister Dr Joram Gumbo's son, Dr Jeremy Gumbo, who died in South Africa last Thursday was yesterday laid to rest at his rural home in Mpesi, Mberengwa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Week-Old Baby Survives Cold Night

[Namibian] An abandoned one-week-old baby girl wearing only a diaper miraculously survived the cold after spending the night under a bridge near the Keetmanshoop Stadium.

[Namibian] An abandoned one-week-old baby girl wearing only a diaper miraculously survived the cold after spending the night under a bridge near the Keetmanshoop Stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Deputy Minister Asks Youth to Stop Looking At Govt for Jobs

[New Era] Oshikuku -Fisheries and Marine Resources Deputy Minister Dr Samuel Ankama says Namibians need to embrace hard work and patriotism as a step to self-sustainability and economic development.

[New Era] Oshikuku -Fisheries and Marine Resources Deputy Minister Dr Samuel Ankama says Namibians need to embrace hard work and patriotism as a step to self-sustainability and economic development.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Roads Claim 12

[Namibian] Five people died and three others were injured in another gruesome accident on Friday evening at the Oshikwiyu village in the Oshana region.

[Namibian] Five people died and three others were injured in another gruesome accident on Friday evening at the Oshikwiyu village in the Oshana region.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Living in Squalor, With No Food – Mother and Son Stop Taking ARV Treatment

[New Era] A 27-year-old young woman and her eight-year old son live in a state of squalor that surprised even their own community. Health extension workers where shocked to the marrow of their bones by the discovery at Rundu’s Sauyemwa location.

[New Era] A 27-year-old young woman and her eight-year old son live in a state of squalor that surprised even their own community. Health extension workers where shocked to the marrow of their bones by the discovery at Rundu's Sauyemwa location.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Goethe-Institut Funding for Arts Projects

[Namibian] Goethe-Institut Namibia recently announced the commencement of phase two of the Goethe Stage initiative that funds the projects of local and new artists in Namibia.

[Namibian] Goethe-Institut Namibia recently announced the commencement of phase two of the Goethe Stage initiative that funds the projects of local and new artists in Namibia.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia