– 19 Year old Fenni Megameno Ankoshi was arrested along with 34 year old Untag Kamati in connection with a Bank Windhoek theft case of N$2 million. Ankoshi and Kamati appeared in the Opuwo Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday. Their case was postponed to 11 April, and both accused are being held in custody. Meanwhile, Bank Windhoek is offering a reward of N$20 000.00 to anyone who will provide information to the Namibian Police Force that will lead to the successful apprehension of the 3rd suspect, Nico Rebebe.
– Matrics in South Africa who wrote the 2023 National Senior Certificate exams through the Independent Examination Board achieved an overall pass rate of 98.46%, slightly higher than the 98.42% in 2022. – News24
– Israel is accused of having targeted a group of Palestinian civilians with no links to armed groups and who posed no threat to Israeli forces, according to witnesses in the occupied West Bank. BBC reports that Seven men – four of them brothers – were killed in an Israeli air strike early on 7 January, as they sat around a fire next to the road through al-Shuhada village, 10km (six miles) from the city of Jenin. – BBC
– Pre-tournament favourites Morocco began their 2023 Africa Cup of Nations campaign with a convincing 3-0 win over 10-man Tanzania. – BBC Sport