Sambani Boycotts Wanderers Training, Demand Contract Offer

[Nyasa Times] Be Forward Wanderers rising left back Precious Sambani is boycotting training with the TNM Super League holders as one way of forcing the team to offer him a contract.

[Nyasa Times] Be Forward Wanderers rising left back Precious Sambani is boycotting training with the TNM Super League holders as one way of forcing the team to offer him a contract.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Hostel ‘Father’ Denies Raping 10 Boys

[Namibian] A former hostel supervisor at a Otjiwarongo primary school denied in the Windhoek High Court yesterday that he was guilty of 32 charges of rape involving 10 teenage boys whom he is alleged to have sexually abused over a three-year period.

[Namibian] A former hostel supervisor at a Otjiwarongo primary school denied in the Windhoek High Court yesterday that he was guilty of 32 charges of rape involving 10 teenage boys whom he is alleged to have sexually abused over a three-year period.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Trouble-Prone Plotter Sulaimana Arrested in Alleged Fraud

[Nyasa Times] Sudi Adaki Sulaimana, who has twice been accused of an alleged coup plot, has been arrested by Fiscal police on allegations that he swindled K317 million from Wonawaka Chavula, daughter to Malawi’s former ambassador to Tanzania, late Flos…

[Nyasa Times] Sudi Adaki Sulaimana, who has twice been accused of an alleged coup plot, has been arrested by Fiscal police on allegations that he swindled K317 million from Wonawaka Chavula, daughter to Malawi's former ambassador to Tanzania, late Flossie Gomile Chidyaonga.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Promises to Pay Institute of Pathology U.S.$2,2 Million

[Namibian] The government has promised to pay the Namibia Institute of Pathology N$30 million this week after concerns that the institution had failed to supply blood test bottles to the Windhoek Central Hospital’s intensive care unit.

[Namibian] The government has promised to pay the Namibia Institute of Pathology N$30 million this week after concerns that the institution had failed to supply blood test bottles to the Windhoek Central Hospital's intensive care unit.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Provincial Commissioner Sends Condolences to the Families of Deceased Members

[SAPS] Nelspruit -The Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma sends his heartfelt condolences to the families of two SAPS members who passed away in a horrific car accident yester…

[SAPS] Nelspruit -The Provincial Commissioner of the South African Police Service (SAPS) in Mpumalanga, Lieutenant General Mondli Zuma sends his heartfelt condolences to the families of two SAPS members who passed away in a horrific car accident yesterday afternoon, 19 June 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Malawi24 Owner to Contest At Ruling Party Convention

[Nyasa Times] Owner of online news outlet Malawi24, Dr Pearson Nkhoma and a youthful Evance Bwanaope will face each other in the contest for the poition of director of research at the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) coming convention.

[Nyasa Times] Owner of online news outlet Malawi24, Dr Pearson Nkhoma and a youthful Evance Bwanaope will face each other in the contest for the poition of director of research at the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) coming convention.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

FUL Wants Shaun Abrahams to Come Clean On Suspended Nomgcobo Jiba’s Visits to NPA Offices

[News24Wire] Freedom Under Law (FUL) is seeking answers after National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) bigwig Nomgcobo Jiba, who has been placed on special leave, was spotted at its Pretoria office.

[News24Wire] Freedom Under Law (FUL) is seeking answers after National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) bigwig Nomgcobo Jiba, who has been placed on special leave, was spotted at its Pretoria office.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

The Bemba Earthquake

[ICG] The ICC’s acquittal of Jean-Pierre Bemba comes at a critical point in DR Congo elections. President Kabila and his opponents will have to recalibrate strategies ahead of Bemba’s likely return. Outside powers should keep pressing Kabila to stand d…

[ICG] The ICC's acquittal of Jean-Pierre Bemba comes at a critical point in DR Congo elections. President Kabila and his opponents will have to recalibrate strategies ahead of Bemba's likely return. Outside powers should keep pressing Kabila to stand down and allow opposition candidates to participate.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa