Thando Ntini Ready to Follow in Makhaya’s Footsteps

[News24Wire] Thando Ntini is among a few sons of international cricketers in action at the Under-19 Cricket World Cup and is looking to display his potential in a tournament that showcases future stars every two years.

[News24Wire] Thando Ntini is among a few sons of international cricketers in action at the Under-19 Cricket World Cup and is looking to display his potential in a tournament that showcases future stars every two years.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Kenya Airways, Air Mauritius Extend Code Share Agreement

[East African] Air Mauritius, the flag carrier of Mauritius, has extended their codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways to offer their customers more connections at their hubs in Nairobi and Port Louis.

[East African] Air Mauritius, the flag carrier of Mauritius, has extended their codeshare agreement with Kenya Airways to offer their customers more connections at their hubs in Nairobi and Port Louis.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Police Launch Manhunt for Business Robbers

[SAPS] A manhunt is underway by a Dedicated Team from various Police Units in Phalaborwa, for a group of armed suspects following the business robbery which occurred at a petrol garage within the Phalaborwa CBD.

[SAPS] A manhunt is underway by a Dedicated Team from various Police Units in Phalaborwa, for a group of armed suspects following the business robbery which occurred at a petrol garage within the Phalaborwa CBD.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Court Orders No Clubbing, Dining Out for Two ‘Underworld’ Security Providers

[News24Wire] A security company head, who was also the personal bodyguard of underworld figure Nafiz Modack, may not frequent clubs or go to restaurants in several areas, the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court has ruled.

[News24Wire] A security company head, who was also the personal bodyguard of underworld figure Nafiz Modack, may not frequent clubs or go to restaurants in several areas, the Cape Town Magistrate's Court has ruled.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Warning After Few Drowning Incidents Were Noted On Eastern Cape Beaches

[SAPS] While the Eastern Cape Province is in a festive mood and police are doing their utmost best to keep crime and criminals at bay, we have noted with great concern an increase of drowning incidents on some of our beaches in the province. The warm w…

[SAPS] While the Eastern Cape Province is in a festive mood and police are doing their utmost best to keep crime and criminals at bay, we have noted with great concern an increase of drowning incidents on some of our beaches in the province. The warm weather and the recent rains have made swimming one of the alternative ways of enjoying summer by swimming in dams, lakes, rivers and beaches throughout the province. While swimming is enjoyable, caution should be exercise as it is dangerous and can often result in d

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

French President Emmanuel Macron Visits Counterterrorism Troops in Niger

[Deutsche Welle] President Emmanuel Macron has visited French counterterrorism troops based in Niger who are tackling extremists in the Sahel. He stressed the need for development programs to tackle the root causes of extremism.

[Deutsche Welle] President Emmanuel Macron has visited French counterterrorism troops based in Niger who are tackling extremists in the Sahel. He stressed the need for development programs to tackle the root causes of extremism.

source: AllAfrica News: Niger

Bumper Zimbabwe Harvest Prompts Bigger Bet On ‘Command Agriculture’

[IRIN] Zimbabwe is expected to harvest 2.1 million metric tonnes of maize this year after good rains followed successive El Niño-induced droughts. For the first time in many seasons the country will be able to feed itself and not require commercial imports or food aid. But is this the result of good fortune or good policy?

[IRIN] Zimbabwe is expected to harvest 2.1 million metric tonnes of maize this year after good rains followed successive El Niño-induced droughts. For the first time in many seasons the country will be able to feed itself and not require commercial imports or food aid. But is this the result of good fortune or good policy?

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe