Nigerian Writers Named Among 100 Books to Feature in ‘The Great American Read’

[This is Africa] Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s bestselling book Americanah have been named in the list of 100 Books to feature in ‘The Great American Read’ TV Series. The series “celebrates the power of reading, told …

[This is Africa] Chinua Achebe's Things Fall Apart and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie's bestselling book Americanah have been named in the list of 100 Books to feature in 'The Great American Read' TV Series. The series "celebrates the power of reading, told through the prism of America's 100 best-loved novels (as chosen in a national survey)".

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Doll Makers Using Craft to Give Representation to People Living With Albinism

[This is Africa] Violence and stigma aimed at people with albinism is widespread. South African doll makers are creating dolls that resemble girls living with albinism to give them representation and help dispel stereotypes.

[This is Africa] Violence and stigma aimed at people with albinism is widespread. South African doll makers are creating dolls that resemble girls living with albinism to give them representation and help dispel stereotypes.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Tanzania, Israel Work On Strong Bilateral Ties

[Daily News] TANZANIA and Israel are working on strong trade and investment bilateral relations, with the government expecting boost up in agricultural sector for country’s envisaged industrialisation.

[Daily News] TANZANIA and Israel are working on strong trade and investment bilateral relations, with the government expecting boost up in agricultural sector for country's envisaged industrialisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cuba-Educated Namibians Show Appreciation to Nujoma

[Namibian] HUNDREDS of Namibians who studied in Cuba during the liberation struggle flocked to Farm Etunda, home to former President Sam Nujoma, on Saturday to show their appreciation for his role in their lives.

[Namibian] HUNDREDS of Namibians who studied in Cuba during the liberation struggle flocked to Farm Etunda, home to former President Sam Nujoma, on Saturday to show their appreciation for his role in their lives.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

NIP Workers Protest for Salary Increase

[Namibian] ABOUT 100 employees of the Namibian Institute of Pathology held a demonstration yesterday at the institute’s head office to demand the implementation of a 10% salary increment.

[Namibian] ABOUT 100 employees of the Namibian Institute of Pathology held a demonstration yesterday at the institute's head office to demand the implementation of a 10% salary increment.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Ministry Fast-Tracks Board to Deal With Unfair Trade

[Namibian] THE trade ministry is finalising the establishment of the Namibia Board of Trade, which would be the national body required under the 2002 Southern African Customs Union Agreement to better deal with issues related to unfair trade practices,…

[Namibian] THE trade ministry is finalising the establishment of the Namibia Board of Trade, which would be the national body required under the 2002 Southern African Customs Union Agreement to better deal with issues related to unfair trade practices, tariff investigations and tariff setting.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Silver Edge Kamuzu Barracks

[Malawi News Agency] A brace from new signing from Dwangwa, Jack Chiona and former Blue Eagles marks man, Mphatso Phillimoni were enough for Silver to collect first maximum points after playing two games of the season.

[Malawi News Agency] A brace from new signing from Dwangwa, Jack Chiona and former Blue Eagles marks man, Mphatso Phillimoni were enough for Silver to collect first maximum points after playing two games of the season.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

360 Windhoek Mass Houses Still Empty

[Namibian] AROUND 360 houses completed under government’s mass housing programme in Windhoek have still not been handed over to beneficiaries, two years after most of them were completed.

[Namibian] AROUND 360 houses completed under government's mass housing programme in Windhoek have still not been handed over to beneficiaries, two years after most of them were completed.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia