Construction of Marché Congo – Workers Threaten to Burry Colleague On Site

[Cameroon Tribune] Workers of South West International Construction Corporation, SICC, charged with the construction of Marché Congo and some 182 low cost houses in Yassa are discontented. Some have not been paid two months’ salary in 2013, six months in 2014, six months in 2015 and the whole of 2016. Though they have always presented their grievances to company hierarchy, the promises were never kept till March 27 that they decided to downed their tools till salary arrears are paid. According to the Human Resource Ch

[Cameroon Tribune] Workers of South West International Construction Corporation, SICC, charged with the construction of Marché Congo and some 182 low cost houses in Yassa are discontented. Some have not been paid two months' salary in 2013, six months in 2014, six months in 2015 and the whole of 2016. Though they have always presented their grievances to company hierarchy, the promises were never kept till March 27 that they decided to downed their tools till salary arrears are paid. According to the Human Resource Ch

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Accused Accepts Wrong Doing

[Daily Observer] One Gibril Bah has pleaded guilty on the charges preferred against by the police. He accepts wrong doing at the Bundung Magistrates’ Court for assault charges causing bodily harm to one Ebrima Camara.

[Daily Observer] One Gibril Bah has pleaded guilty on the charges preferred against by the police. He accepts wrong doing at the Bundung Magistrates' Court for assault charges causing bodily harm to one Ebrima Camara.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Accused – I Will Kill You and Cut You Into Pieces

[Daily Observer] The Police Prosecution Witness (PW3) Ebrima Khan who is also the complainant has told the court that, the accused told him that he would kill him and cut him into pieces.

[Daily Observer] The Police Prosecution Witness (PW3) Ebrima Khan who is also the complainant has told the court that, the accused told him that he would kill him and cut him into pieces.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Youth Form Biggest Share of South Africa’s Unemployment – Randt

[Daily Observer] Over 5 million South African young people are unemployed, which placed them as the highest share of jobless people in the mineral rich African country. According to Andre Du Randt, sales manager of Pannar Seed; a dynamic South African …

[Daily Observer] Over 5 million South African young people are unemployed, which placed them as the highest share of jobless people in the mineral rich African country. According to Andre Du Randt, sales manager of Pannar Seed; a dynamic South African research and development seed group: this is because the country's young people preferred to engage into white colour jobs instead of labour intensive like agriculture.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Landmine Kills Father, Two Sons in Wassadou

[Daily Observer] A father and his two sons on Thursday morning around 8pm, met their untimely death when a horse cart that they were riding on along the feeder road, at Fass village, stumbled over a landmine, which exploded on them.

[Daily Observer] A father and his two sons on Thursday morning around 8pm, met their untimely death when a horse cart that they were riding on along the feeder road, at Fass village, stumbled over a landmine, which exploded on them.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

RCBS Boosts Amdali Immigration Post

[Daily Observer] The Rotary Club of Brusubi-Serekunda (RCBS) recently extended a helping hand to the Amdali Immigration Post in the North Bank Region. The donated items, which was part of the humanitarian club’s contribution to humanity, included: TV s…

[Daily Observer] The Rotary Club of Brusubi-Serekunda (RCBS) recently extended a helping hand to the Amdali Immigration Post in the North Bank Region. The donated items, which was part of the humanitarian club's contribution to humanity, included: TV sets, ceiling fans and satellite receiver.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Ndong Says Morocco Camp Important in Team Building

[Daily Observer] The head coach of the Gambia’s Senior National Team has told The Observer Sports that the training camp in Morocco was one of the most important part of the process of team building, and also being the last FIFA friendly dates before t…

[Daily Observer] The head coach of the Gambia's Senior National Team has told The Observer Sports that the training camp in Morocco was one of the most important part of the process of team building, and also being the last FIFA friendly dates before the first game in the coming qualifying rounds.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco