2012-03-05 08:14:53Amuneke - Eaglets Will Be Ready for Niger[Daily Trust]
Golden Eaglets' Assistant Coach 1, Emmanuel Amuneke (MON) has said here that the national U-17 team would be at the ready to take on Niger in the First Round fixture of the 10th African U-17 Championship to be held in Morocco in 2013.
Tuesday, 07-07-15, 15:44SJAG Partners GPU to Train Radio Sport Journalists[Daily Observer] Sixteen sports journalists drawn from the broadcast media (radio) are currently attending a weeklong intensive training at The Gambia Press Union office in Fajara.
Tuesday, 07-07-15, 15:44KAC Hosts Peer Review Meeting On Trans-National Project[Daily Observer] Kerewan Area Council in partnership with the members of Zimbabwe and Ghana councils recently concluded a two-day international peer review on a 5-year project called Strengthening Transnational Partnership and networks for enhanced participatory local governance project (STRAP).
Tuesday, 07-07-15, 15:40Court to Rule On Unfreezing Michel Fotso's Accounts[Cameroon Tribune] Hearing continued at the Yaounde Special Criminal Court, SCC, on July 2, 2015 in the second corruption trial involving Yves Michel Fotso, the former General Manager of the defunct national carrier, Cameroon Airlines, Camair. He is accused of embezzling FCFA 32,444,316,370 in the course of the liquidation of Camair.
Tuesday, 07-07-15, 15:40Maternal /Infant Mortality - High Impact Vaccination On Course[Cameroon Tribune] Scores of women and children in all the ten regions of the country over the weekend freely received a series of vaccinations aimed at reducing maternal and infant mortality rate in the country. This was within the first tour of the Maternal and Child Health Nutrition Action Week dubbed SASNIM in the French Language, coupled with the African Vaccination Week (SAV).
Tuesday, 07-07-15, 15:39Mamelodi Down - How a Transport Spat Could Turn Into Full-Blown War[Daily Maverick] Last week, the Tshwane township of Mamelodi was wracked by violence when a new city bus line was attacked by mobs wielding mobby stuff, like bricks and guns. At issue is a hate quadrangle between Autopax, the company with an interim tender for the location's lucrative bus routes; Putco, who recently lost their partial subsidy for those same routes; the taxi associations, who claim they are being run off the road; and the government, who actually own Autopax. The loser in all of this? The regular Mamelo