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Africa

Rwanda names new FM, intelligence boss, ahead of polls

        Rwanda has appointed a new foreign minister and intelligence chief in a reshuffle announced a month before national polls that long-time leader Paul Kagame is widely expected to win. Prime Minister Edouard Ngirente said in a statement late Wednesday that Olivier Nduhungirehe, formerly Rwanda's ambassador to the Netherlands, had been appointed foreign minister. He replaces veteran politician Vincent Biruta, who has been named interior minister. Former […]

todayJune 13, 2024 4

Namibia

Namibian Correctional Service introduce community service orders in Khomas

https://youtu.be/TzB_0hVkWGw         By Josia Shigwedha   The Namibian Correctional Service (NSC) has expanded its community service orders programme to the Simeon Shixungileni court in Windhoek for offenders serving sentences between one to 12 months. This programme will be implemented at what is locally known as the traffic court located at the corner of Sam Nujoma Drive and Simeon Shixungileni street. With this expansion, the correctional service has […]

todayJune 11, 2024 2

Local

Women Shaping Data Analytics’ Future

    By Hileni Amadhila, Senior Public Relations, Stakeholder and Communications Consultant, Old Mutual Namibia   Recently, the future of work has become a dominating topic of conversation, drawing much attention to the ways all kinds of industries are changing due to technological development. The field of data analytics is no exception; that is why it becomes a battleground of forces that present both challenges and prospects to everyone. The […]

todayJune 11, 2024 12

Videos

Future Media News-Week in Review: June 3-7

https://youtu.be/3E9aXHclgx8       OndangwaStateVet suspends services due to a water shortage affecting essential operations. Our Northern Correspondent Maria Namupala speaks with Dr. Johannes Iipinge. ClimateChange continues to challenge the agricultural sector, causing floods, droughts, and pest outbreaks. Erastus Ngaruka from AgriBank discusses the impact on farmers. WorldOceansDay on June 8 highlights the theme "Catalysing Action for Our Oceans and Climate." Minister Derek Klazen emphasizes the need for global awareness. […]

todayJune 7, 2024 9

Africa

DR Congo trial over thwarted ‘coup’ bid due to open

      Around 50 people including several Americans are due to go on trial on Friday in the Democratic Republic of Congo over what the army said was an attempted coup, military justice official said. The hearing, which is due to begin during the morning, is taking place in a military court inside the Ndolo military prison in the capital Kinshasa. Armed men attacked the home of Economy Minister […]

todayJune 7, 2024 8

Namibia

Support Needed for Katutura Hospital Goodie Bag Initiative

      By Dilia Mazula     In response to the dire conditions at Katutura Hospital, the WeCare Foundation is spearheading a heartfelt initiative to bring some much-needed relief and joy to patients. Between June and July, the foundation plans to deliver goodie bags to the hospital, specifically targeting the maternity ward, pediatric ward, and even the emergency room if enough donations are received. The initiative highlights the urgent […]

todayJune 6, 2024 6

South Africa

Spain joins S. Africa’s Gaza case at UN top court

      Spain said on Thursday that it will join South Africa's case at the UN's top court in which Pretoria has accused Israel of "genocide" in the Gaza Strip. "Our sole goal is to put an end to the war and to advance on the road of applying the two-state solution", Foreign Minister Jose Manuel Albares said at a press conference. His statement came a week after Spain, […]

todayJune 6, 2024 7

South Africa

South Africa arrests two over state corruption probe

      South African police said Wednesday they had arrested two people in relation to a huge probe into state corruption under former president Jacob Zuma, amid media reports that a serving minister is among those held. Thandi Mbambo, a spokeswoman for an elite police unit known as the Hawks, told AFP the two are due to appear before a specialist court, south of Johannesburg, on charges of corruption. […]

todayJune 5, 2024 7

World

China congratulates India PM Modi on election win

      China on Wednesday congratulated Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi following his election win, adding it was "ready to work" with its neighbour. A "healthy and stable China-India relationship is in the common interest of both sides and is also conducive to peace and development in the region and the world," foreign ministry spokeswoman Mao Ning told a regular press conference. "The Chinese side would like to congratulate" […]

todayJune 5, 2024 6

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