Woman Loses Money to Shoe-Crazy Card Cloners

[Namibian] An FNB client, Anna Kaulwa, woke up on Saturday to text messages from the bank alerting her of N$7 000 and N$9 000 that had been reserved for transactions made just after midnight.

[Namibian] An FNB client, Anna Kaulwa, woke up on Saturday to text messages from the bank alerting her of N$7 000 and N$9 000 that had been reserved for transactions made just after midnight.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

SA Needs Greater Access to Information

[SAnews.gov.za] Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has called on all sectors involved in the communications space to help strengthen institutions to address the need for greater access to information.

[SAnews.gov.za] Communications Minister Ayanda Dlodlo has called on all sectors involved in the communications space to help strengthen institutions to address the need for greater access to information.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Theatre – ‘Jackpot Tialalaa’ Set to Be a Rib-Cracking Affair

[Nation] Jackpot Tialalaa, a Luo play, is a blend of tragi-comedy and farce that is set to crack ribs starting Friday 29 to Sunday 1, October at the Kenya National Theatre.

[Nation] Jackpot Tialalaa, a Luo play, is a blend of tragi-comedy and farce that is set to crack ribs starting Friday 29 to Sunday 1, October at the Kenya National Theatre.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Deputy Minister Elizabeth Thabe Officially Opens 2017 National Tourism Career Expo in Free State

[Govt of SA] The Deputy Minister of Tourism Elizabeth Thabethe officially opened the 2017 leg of the National Tourism Career Expo (NTCE) in the Free State, at the Sand Du Plessis Theater, in Bloemfontein today.

[Govt of SA] The Deputy Minister of Tourism Elizabeth Thabethe officially opened the 2017 leg of the National Tourism Career Expo (NTCE) in the Free State, at the Sand Du Plessis Theater, in Bloemfontein today.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Uber Ranks Kenya Second Biggest Market in Africa

[East African] Taxi hailing firm Uber has 363,000 active users in Kenya, according to the latest statistics released by the company to mark its fourth year of operation on the continent.

[East African] Taxi hailing firm Uber has 363,000 active users in Kenya, according to the latest statistics released by the company to mark its fourth year of operation on the continent.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya