Tensions Rise Ahead of National Day

[VOA] Cameroon has again imposed a curfew on its English-speaking regions, where armed separatists vow the country’s national day will not be celebrated May 20.

[VOA] Cameroon has again imposed a curfew on its English-speaking regions, where armed separatists vow the country's national day will not be celebrated May 20.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Multichoice Fraud Case Sent to High Court

[Namibian] A former marketing manager of MultiChoice Namibia is set to have her husband by her side in the dock when she goes on trial in the Windhoek High Court on a total of 166 charges, including 80 counts of fraud.

[Namibian] A former marketing manager of MultiChoice Namibia is set to have her husband by her side in the dock when she goes on trial in the Windhoek High Court on a total of 166 charges, including 80 counts of fraud.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Trial of 31 Alleged Jihadists Nears Verdicts

[VOA] Over the past month, many people in Senegal have been following the trial of 31 people accused of trying to set up a local jihadist network loyal to the Islamic State militant group. The verdicts in the case are expected as soon as early June.

[VOA] Over the past month, many people in Senegal have been following the trial of 31 people accused of trying to set up a local jihadist network loyal to the Islamic State militant group. The verdicts in the case are expected as soon as early June.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Athletics Courses for Local Coaches

[The Herald] National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe president Tendai Tagara has said they are excited of the forthcoming International Association of Athletics Federations Level Two course in August as they seek to turn around their fortunes.

[The Herald] National Athletics Association of Zimbabwe president Tendai Tagara has said they are excited of the forthcoming International Association of Athletics Federations Level Two course in August as they seek to turn around their fortunes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Understaffed Manicaland Courts Short-Changing Locals – Minister

[New Zimbabwe] Staff shortages at courts in Manicaland province are causing serious delays justice delivery, thereby short-changing communities, a senior government official has said.

[New Zimbabwe] Staff shortages at courts in Manicaland province are causing serious delays justice delivery, thereby short-changing communities, a senior government official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bako, Wasmuth Soar High in South Africa

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s junior motocross champion rider Emmanuel Bako once again made his presence felt during round three of the 2018 South African National Championship series at Bloemfontein Offroad Club in Bloemfontein on Saturday where he secured …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's junior motocross champion rider Emmanuel Bako once again made his presence felt during round three of the 2018 South African National Championship series at Bloemfontein Offroad Club in Bloemfontein on Saturday where he secured two podium places in the 85cc (Juniors) and 65cc classes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

5,108 Get Mining Licences As State Sounds Warning

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE Mining Commission yesterday announced the issuance of 5,108 primary mining and prospecting licences with a caution that whoever violated the agreed regulations would have their licences revoked.

[Daily News] Dodoma -THE Mining Commission yesterday announced the issuance of 5,108 primary mining and prospecting licences with a caution that whoever violated the agreed regulations would have their licences revoked.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania