Angolan and Belarusian Businesspeople Discuss Installation of Plant

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan and Belarusian businesspeople in a partnership with Ministry of Industry are negotiating the installation of an assembly line for tractors, buses, tracks and agricultural tools in Angola, as part of an intended cooperation betwe…

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angolan and Belarusian businesspeople in a partnership with Ministry of Industry are negotiating the installation of an assembly line for tractors, buses, tracks and agricultural tools in Angola, as part of an intended cooperation between both countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Hockey – 1º De Agosto Vs Académica High in 5th Round

[ANGOP] Luanda -The 1º de Agosto and Académica de Luanda are meeting Tuesday for the fifth round of the national championship of roller hockey taking place in Luanda, a match that could dictate the competition’s lead.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The 1º de Agosto and Académica de Luanda are meeting Tuesday for the fifth round of the national championship of roller hockey taking place in Luanda, a match that could dictate the competition's lead.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Technology Company Tops in the 2017 Fintech100 By KPMG

[CIO] GrassRoots Bima, an insurtech company established to meet the insurance needs of the mass market through innovative inclusive insurance, has been named as one of the top fintech firms around the world in the 2017 Fintech100 by KPMG Fintech and H2…

[CIO] GrassRoots Bima, an insurtech company established to meet the insurance needs of the mass market through innovative inclusive insurance, has been named as one of the top fintech firms around the world in the 2017 Fintech100 by KPMG Fintech and H2 Ventures.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

74 Trainees Graduate From Anberbeb Share Company

[Shabait] Asmara -Amberbeb Share Company has graduated 74 employees including 16 females following courses on the Japanese Automaker Toyota standard. The training was aimed at keeping up with the technological advance of the Toyota Company.

[Shabait] Asmara -Amberbeb Share Company has graduated 74 employees including 16 females following courses on the Japanese Automaker Toyota standard. The training was aimed at keeping up with the technological advance of the Toyota Company.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Commission Hears of Severe Problems in Mental Health Care

[Daily Maverick] Problems in mental health were brought into sharp focus during the Esidimeni tragedy. Twenty-three years after democracy, provinces still fail mental health care users in provinces around the country. By PUSELETSO NTHATE.

[Daily Maverick] Problems in mental health were brought into sharp focus during the Esidimeni tragedy. Twenty-three years after democracy, provinces still fail mental health care users in provinces around the country. By PUSELETSO NTHATE.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Footballer Chawinga Wins Swedish Best Striker Award

[Nyasa Times] Malawi’s women football export Tabitha Chawinga has been named Swedish Women Football best forward of 2017 beating FIFA Women’s Player of the Year to the best forward accolade.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi's women football export Tabitha Chawinga has been named Swedish Women Football best forward of 2017 beating FIFA Women's Player of the Year to the best forward accolade.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Protests Action At Walmer, Port Elizabeth

[SAPS] Since 06:00 this morning (21/11) protestors gathered at the entrance of Walmer location protesting against the closure of the Fountains contact station which is manned by police.

[SAPS] Since 06:00 this morning (21/11) protestors gathered at the entrance of Walmer location protesting against the closure of the Fountains contact station which is manned by police.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Culture Ministry Dedicates Week to Emblematic Drum Dance to Promote Culture

[Iwacu] The Ministry of Culture dedicated a week to the emblematic dance of the Burundian drum in order to protect and promote Burundian culture in general and drums in particular. It started on November 20 and will end on 26.

[Iwacu] The Ministry of Culture dedicated a week to the emblematic dance of the Burundian drum in order to protect and promote Burundian culture in general and drums in particular. It started on November 20 and will end on 26.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Currency Dealers Arrested On Capital Charges in Sudan Clampdown

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -A number of major currency dealers have reportedly been arrested in Sudan, and others have fled abroad, in a second day of tough government measures by the Khartoum government to stem the downward spiral of the Sudanese Pound …

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -A number of major currency dealers have reportedly been arrested in Sudan, and others have fled abroad, in a second day of tough government measures by the Khartoum government to stem the downward spiral of the Sudanese Pound (SDG) against the US Dollar.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan