– The Namibia National Students Organisation (NANSO), will be launching its Access to Higher Education Month long Campaign this morning that aims to assist students and trainees with all issues related to registration, accommodation, NSFAF applications, general student inquiries, and delivering on the organisation’s core mandate to fight and advocate for access to affordable, equitable, and quality higher education.
– South African Airways – once a giant of African aviation – is back in the intercontinental market, but there are still doubts about its financial viability. According to BBC Business, it may be on the verge of a sale that would see a private consortium take a majority share in the business. – BBC
– Disposable vapes are set to be banned as part of plans to tackle the rising number of young people taking up vaping, the UK government says. Measures will also be introduced to prevent vapes being marketed at children and to target underage sales. – BBC
– Angola’s Gelson Dala scored twice as they reached the Africa Cup of Nations quarter-finals with a comprehensive 3-0 last-16 victory over neighbours Namibia. Meanwhile, Mohamed Bayo headed a 98th-minute winner as Guinea reached the quarter-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations with victory over 10-man Equatorial Guinea, who had earlier missed a penalty. – BBC Sport