Daily Archives: October 6, 2019

UN Peacekeeper Killed, 4 Wounded in Mali Mine Attack

BAMAKO - A U.N. peacekeeper was killed and four others wounded on Sunday when their vehicle hit an explosive device in northern Mali, the U.N. mission (MINUSMA) said.

The identity …

Mauritius’ Prime Minister Dissolves Parliament, Calls General Election

PORT LOUIS - Mauritius Prime Minister Pravind Kumar Jugnauth dissolved parliament on Sunday and said the Indian Ocean island would hold a general election on November 7.

The country, a …

Ethiopia’s Oromo Celebrate Festival in Addis Amid Tight Security

ADDIS ABABA - Hundreds of thousands of Ethiopia's largest ethnic group celebrated in Addis Ababa on Saturday at the start of an annual thanksgiving festival which was marred by violence …

NPL postpones BoG meeting indefinitely

The Namibia Premier League (NPL) Executive Committee has indefinitely postponed their Board of Governors meeting which was scheduled for Monday in Windhoek till further notice.

In an email sent to …

‘Every Woman’ wins big at the NTFA 2019

The Namibian theatre play 'Every Woman' and Senga Brockerhoff win big at 2019 Namibian Threatre and Film Awards held here on Saturday evening.

The theatre play 'Every Woman' received four …

Brave Warriors to start training for Madagascar match

Brave Warriors technical team has announced a 23 member team to start preparations for the second leg of the final round of the 2020 CAF African Nations Championship (CHAN) qualifiers …

Tjongarero honours Western Suburbs Rugby Club

Western Suburbs Rugby Club was honoured by the Deputy Minister of Sports, Youth and National Service, Agnes Tjongarero, as one of the oldest rugby club during its 40th anniversary on …

Kanaan C informal settlement residents bemoan unsanitary conditions

Residents of Kanaan C informal settlement in Gobabis live in deteriorating inhumane conditions with numerous heaps of filth building up among homes.

This are the sentiments of the inhabitants of …