54 Years of History

[Addis Fortune] Exactly 54 years ago, on May 25th, 1963, some 32 African countries established the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Addis Abeba, where the permanent office stands to this day.

[Addis Fortune] Exactly 54 years ago, on May 25th, 1963, some 32 African countries established the Organization of African Unity (OAU) in Addis Abeba, where the permanent office stands to this day.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Exclusive Taxi Service Centre Inaugurates

[Addis Fortune] Youngfan Motors Plc, inaugurated its exclusive taxi service centre at Qera, located near the Addis Abeba Abattoirs Enterprise, where it also owns two other Lifan vehicle service centres.

[Addis Fortune] Youngfan Motors Plc, inaugurated its exclusive taxi service centre at Qera, located near the Addis Abeba Abattoirs Enterprise, where it also owns two other Lifan vehicle service centres.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

‘No Terror Threat in Swaziland’

[Swazi Media] There are no known terrorist groups operating in Swaziland, but even so the government has banned several local organisations as terrorist groups, a new report from the United States has revealed.

[Swazi Media] There are no known terrorist groups operating in Swaziland, but even so the government has banned several local organisations as terrorist groups, a new report from the United States has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Deputy Police Minister in Hot Water Over Alleged Facebook Rant

[News24Wire] The office of Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi could not confirm yet that the Facebook account with a post attacking DA leader Mmusi Maimane actually belonged to the deputy minister.

[News24Wire] The office of Deputy Police Minister Bongani Mkongi could not confirm yet that the Facebook account with a post attacking DA leader Mmusi Maimane actually belonged to the deputy minister.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Enhanced Police Visibility Rid the Province of Criminal Activities

[SAPS] King William’s Town: SAPS members continue to rid the province of criminal activities in line with our Back to Basics policing approach through police visibility being sustained, arrests and the seizure of dangerous weapons, thereby ensuring tha…

[SAPS] King William's Town: SAPS members continue to rid the province of criminal activities in line with our Back to Basics policing approach through police visibility being sustained, arrests and the seizure of dangerous weapons, thereby ensuring that people are and feel safe.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa