news From All Africa
- Nigeria: Lagos-Dubai Passengers Face Strict Screening Over Drug Trafficking
[Daily Trust] Lagos -The Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) Command of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) has imposed more stringent screening on passengers travelling on the Lagos-Dubai route.
- Zimbabwe: People Demand an Audit of Police Collected Funds
[New Zimbabwe] Members of the public here have demanded that funds collected by public bodies such as ZRP and other state entities must be audited and monitored by both Parliament and the finance ministry.
- Zimbabwe: Matebeleland Residents Demand Compensation For Killings
[New Zimbabwe] GUKURAHUNDI has emerged as a hot issue as the National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) bill consultative meetings continue in the Matabeleland provinces with victims demanding an apology and compensation from the Zanu PF government.
- Nigeria: Verified Bauchi Workers to Get February, March Salaries
[Daily Trust] Bauchi -Governor Mohammed Abubakar has approved the release of February and March salaries for the second batch of late submission of verified workers in all the ministries, departments and agencies (MDAs).
- Angola: Can the IMF Help Angola Deepen Its Reform Agenda?
[Chatham House] The IMF can encourage reform, but success depends on genuine Angolan government appetite to embrace deep structural changes rather than short-term measures.
- Namibia: Woman Dies After 13 Years in a Coma
[Namibian] ALMA Itope-Tobias, who has been in a coma in the Oshakati State Hospital since 5 June 2003, died last week. She was 43 years old.
- East Africa: IGAD Turns Down Somali Candidate for SEC General for Links With Alshabaab
[Dalsan Radio] Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) has turned down letter from Somali President to recommend Somali nation for IGAD top position.
- Zimbabwe: Villagers Arrested for Growing Marijuana
[The Herald] TEN Karoi villagers were recently arrested for growing marijuana.
- Malawi: Water Crisis Hits Lilongwe
[Nyasa Times] After President Peter Mutharika ordered water boards to provide water for large scale irrigation, Lilongwe Water Board is failing to provide water for home in the capital city.
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