Okahandja’s Soul Singer David a ‘Voice of Namibia’ Favourite

[New Era] Okahandja soul singer David MCorney (33) is making his dream come true, by singing his way to the top of the first ever ‘Voice of Namibia’ competition, which is heading to the finishing line next week. From 15 hopefuls, David has emerged as a finalist, and is the “last man standing”, against three female country singers, with song choices from the likes of Michael Buble, Cool & the Gang “Celebration” to mention some while complementing his vocal capabilities. His recent live performance in Walvis Bay w

[New Era] Okahandja soul singer David MCorney (33) is making his dream come true, by singing his way to the top of the first ever 'Voice of Namibia' competition, which is heading to the finishing line next week. From 15 hopefuls, David has emerged as a finalist, and is the "last man standing", against three female country singers, with song choices from the likes of Michael Buble, Cool & the Gang "Celebration" to mention some while complementing his vocal capabilities. His recent live performance in Walvis Bay w

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Between Stone and a Hard Place

[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia’s venture in jointly developing the Port of Berbera with DP World and Somaliland has raised eyebrows from its neighbours in the east and the south. Leaders, both in Djibouti and Somalia, have shown their displeasure, prompting …

[Addis Fortune] Ethiopia's venture in jointly developing the Port of Berbera with DP World and Somaliland has raised eyebrows from its neighbours in the east and the south. Leaders, both in Djibouti and Somalia, have shown their displeasure, prompting Ethiopia's senior diplomats to shuttle to Djibouti, reports Tamrat G. Giorgis, Fortune Staff Writer.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Assembler Clinches Right to Supply 352m Br Worth of Sedans

[Addis Fortune] Belay Ab Motors Plc, a local automotive manufacturer, has been awarded the right to supply 400 vehicles for the price of 352 million Br by the Public Procurement & Property Disposal Service (PPPDS).

[Addis Fortune] Belay Ab Motors Plc, a local automotive manufacturer, has been awarded the right to supply 400 vehicles for the price of 352 million Br by the Public Procurement & Property Disposal Service (PPPDS).

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Don’t Allow Yourselves to Be Used As Political Tools, Cele Tells New Police Recruits

[News24Wire] Minister of Police Bheki Cele has ordered public order policing units to refuse be used as a political tool when responding to protests, marches and events.

[News24Wire] Minister of Police Bheki Cele has ordered public order policing units to refuse be used as a political tool when responding to protests, marches and events.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

How Investigative Journalists Helped Turn the Tide Against Corruption

[The Conversation Africa] Every year South African investigative journalists are recognised for their hard work when the winners of the Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Journalism are announced. This year has provided a chance to assess the highs an…

[The Conversation Africa] Every year South African investigative journalists are recognised for their hard work when the winners of the Taco Kuiper Award for Investigative Journalism are announced. This year has provided a chance to assess the highs and the lows of our investigative reporting after an extraordinary year.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Football Association to Hold Exco Meeting Next Month

[New Era] Windhoek -After being widely accused of trying to bypass traditional protocols and statutes in his ongoing quest to get rid of Namibia Football Association (NFA) secretary-general Barry Rukoro, it has now emerged that the football association…

[New Era] Windhoek -After being widely accused of trying to bypass traditional protocols and statutes in his ongoing quest to get rid of Namibia Football Association (NFA) secretary-general Barry Rukoro, it has now emerged that the football association's president Frans Mbidi has called for an executive committee meeting to discuss the burning issue of Rukoro's employment contract.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia