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South African police crackdown on tobacco crime

South African police crackdown on tobacco crime

Police in South Africa’s Limpopo province has intensified their crackdown on the smuggling of cigarettes between the neighbouring country and Zimbabwe. Provincial police spokesperson Lieutenant Colonel Malesela Ledwaba said they were not relenting in their quest to combat crime. He said on Friday they intercepted two migrants transporting a consignment...

Senegal crowned Cosafa Beach Soccer Champs

Senegal crowned Cosafa Beach Soccer Champs

AFRICAN champions Senegal defeated Egypt 5-3 to win the Hollywoodbets Cosafa Beach Soccer Championships in Durban on Saturday. The most successful and accomplished beach soccer team on the continent added another trophy to their cabinet, and took a confidence booster from Kwazulu-Natal as they look to defend their continental title...

Namibia: Petrol price drops N$1 per litre, diesel unchanged

Namibia: Petrol price drops N$1 per litre, diesel unchanged

THE mines and energy ministry has kept the price of diesel unchanged at N$22,12 at Walvis Bay, while petrol price dropped by a one Namibia dollar a litre to N$20,08. The fuel prices will change accordingly across the rest of the country with effect from Wednesday. The ministry's spokesperson Andreas...

Mozambique: eVisa to be available by the end of October

Mozambique: eVisa to be available by the end of October

Foreign nationals who wish to visit Mozambique for tourism, business and investment will soon have their lives made easier with the entry of a new platform, eVisa, which is expected to be launched by the end of this month. eVisa is a 100 percent Mozambican platform, built from scratch, by...

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Senegal crowned Cosafa Beach Soccer Champs

Senegal crowned Cosafa Beach Soccer Champs

AFRICAN champions Senegal defeated Egypt 5-3 to win the Hollywoodbets Cosafa Beach Soccer Championships in Durban on Saturday. The most successful and accomplished beach soccer team on the continent added another trophy to their cabinet, and took a confidence booster from Kwazulu-Natal as they look to defend their continental title...

Mauritius: 490 kilometers to be covered in six stages

Mauritius: 490 kilometers to be covered in six stages

The 41 ᵉ Tour de Maurice will be held from Tuesday 18 to Saturday 22 October 2022. In terms of the route, there will be no major changes compared to last year, indicates Jean-Claude Chelin, director of the organization . Foreign participation will be substantial, especially that coming from Reunion....

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Zambia: Fans Call for Transparency at FAZ

Soccer fans in Zimba Town, Southern Province have called for transparency in the selection of a new coach for the Zambia National Team. Emphasising that football is a unifier and popular sport in Zambia , an ardent soccer fan in the area Fred Dyaunka advises the football association of Zambia...

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Comoros: Project Equipment Donated to Comores Cables by the World Bank

Two pieces of equipment (data center software and cybersecurity software) should contribute to securing government data and combating cybercrime, according to officials from the World Bank-funded Rcip4 Project. The Secretary General of the Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications returned to the scope of the Rcip4 project started in October 2013...

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Nobel Prize in Medicine goes to Swedish scientist

Svante Pääbo, who specializes in the study of evolutionary genetics, has paleogenetics as his research area, a field of studies where he made discoveries related to the genetic differences "that distinguish all living humans from extinct hominids", says the Nobel Academy, quoted by Notícias to the minute. The 67-year-old Swede...

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Namibia: Dienda Questions Safety of Digital Banking

POPULAR Democratic Movement (PDM) parliamentarian Elma Dienda questioned the safety of electronic banking in the National Assembly on Thursday. “The total value of fraud attributable to e-money streams for the period of 2022 so far has amounted to N$3,6 million,” she said. Electronic payment fraud ensued primarily via phone scams,...

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