Govt Tightens Visa Laws for Africans

[Dalsan Radio] Somalia immigration has issued tough measures on citizens from African countries entering the horn of Africa country making several get stranded at the Aden Abdulle Airport.

[Dalsan Radio] Somalia immigration has issued tough measures on citizens from African countries entering the horn of Africa country making several get stranded at the Aden Abdulle Airport.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

More School Uniform Manufacturers Needed to Avert Back-to-School Chaos

[New Era] Windhoek -With the school year starting this week, many parents and guardians are scrambling to get the uniforms and stationery required by schools. A quick drive to a number of school uniform and stationery stores in Windhoek showed anxious …

[New Era] Windhoek -With the school year starting this week, many parents and guardians are scrambling to get the uniforms and stationery required by schools. A quick drive to a number of school uniform and stationery stores in Windhoek showed anxious parents and children crowding all retailers, with some scenes that can only be described as complete chaos as parents rushed to get the exact items their children need.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Autonomous Region’s Parliament Votes to Sack President

[Dalsan Radio] Galmudug’s parliament has passed a vote of no confidence in President Abdikarim Hussein, deputy speaker said 54 MPs out of 59 present voted for impeachment motion.

[Dalsan Radio] Galmudug's parliament has passed a vote of no confidence in President Abdikarim Hussein, deputy speaker said 54 MPs out of 59 present voted for impeachment motion.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Djibouti-Ethiopia Railway Inaugurated

[Addis Fortune] The railway track linking Addis Abeba to port of Djibouti was officially inaugurated today following its completion. The new railway, which stretches 752Km was built at a cost of 4.2 billion dollars. The ceremony was held at the Nagad R…

[Addis Fortune] The railway track linking Addis Abeba to port of Djibouti was officially inaugurated today following its completion. The new railway, which stretches 752Km was built at a cost of 4.2 billion dollars. The ceremony was held at the Nagad Railway station in Djibouti.

source: AllAfrica News: Djibouti