Land Degradation Reduces Soil Productivity

[ANGOP] Luanda -Land degradation causes a reduction and loss of biological and economic productivity of the soil, causing losses estimated at USD 490 billion to global agriculture.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Land degradation causes a reduction and loss of biological and economic productivity of the soil, causing losses estimated at USD 490 billion to global agriculture.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

World Bank Urges Implementation of Tax Reform in Angola

[ANGOP] Luanda -World Bank Chief Economist Punam Chuhan-Pole on Wednesday urged the implementation of tax reform in Angola in order to deal with the current context and contribute to the economic growth of the country.

[ANGOP] Luanda -World Bank Chief Economist Punam Chuhan-Pole on Wednesday urged the implementation of tax reform in Angola in order to deal with the current context and contribute to the economic growth of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Teachers Admission Allows More Children to Attend School

[ANGOP] Soyo -The entry of 20,000 teachers, scheduled for the coming months, is an emergency measure of the Angolan Government to insert as many children as possible into the normal educational system, said the Minister of Education Maria Cândida Teixeira.

[ANGOP] Soyo -The entry of 20,000 teachers, scheduled for the coming months, is an emergency measure of the Angolan Government to insert as many children as possible into the normal educational system, said the Minister of Education Maria Cândida Teixeira.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Ocean’s Derby Defiance

[The Herald] DYNAMOS might be languishing at the bottom end of the standings after failing to win any of their opening six matches of the new season, but skipper Ocean Mushure insists that statistics won’t affect them in any way when they tackle old fo…

[The Herald] DYNAMOS might be languishing at the bottom end of the standings after failing to win any of their opening six matches of the new season, but skipper Ocean Mushure insists that statistics won't affect them in any way when they tackle old foes CAPS United at the National Sports Stadium on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Wheat Preparations Gather Momentum

[The Herald] Preparations for the 2018 winter wheat cropping season are progressing well amid indications Government has already secured 80 percent of inputs for the programme. Farmers are expected to start serious wheat planting on May 1. This comes a…

[The Herald] Preparations for the 2018 winter wheat cropping season are progressing well amid indications Government has already secured 80 percent of inputs for the programme. Farmers are expected to start serious wheat planting on May 1. This comes at a time when Government is pushing for a large import drop for wheat under Command Agriculture.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Football Body Rake U.S.$84,000 From National Teams

[The Herald] ZIFA have received close to R1 million as reward for two senior national teams’ performances in the COSAFA tournaments last year. The tournaments were held in South Africa and Zimbabwe. After coming tops in the men’s version in South Afric…

[The Herald] ZIFA have received close to R1 million as reward for two senior national teams' performances in the COSAFA tournaments last year. The tournaments were held in South Africa and Zimbabwe. After coming tops in the men's version in South Africa last year, where they beat Zambia 3-1 in the final, the Warriors, under the legendary Sunday Chidzambwa got R500 000 while their female counterparts, the Mighty Warriors received R250 000 for finishing runners-up to South Africa's Banyana Banyana, who beat Sithethelelwe

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Inaugural Miss Beitbridge Preparations Underway

[The Herald] Preparations for the inaugural Miss Beitbridge that will be held at Purple Heart Hall tomorrow are at advanced stage, show organisers have said. A total of eight bevies are expected to outclass each other on the ramp. These include Roynah …

[The Herald] Preparations for the inaugural Miss Beitbridge that will be held at Purple Heart Hall tomorrow are at advanced stage, show organisers have said. A total of eight bevies are expected to outclass each other on the ramp. These include Roynah Kassim (18), Ruvimbo Mukandatsama (19), Alethia Shumba (23), Valentine Makere (19), Samkeliso Nyathi (23), Amanda Makate (17), Carolis Moyo (17) and Charlyn Muleya (21).

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gearing Up for Schools Exhibition

[The Herald] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will this year stage Tavatose/ Sisonke Annual exhibition at the home of comprehensive art, the Gallery. Tavatose/Sisonke meaning “we are now together” is a show based on unity and brings pupils of different…

[The Herald] The National Gallery of Zimbabwe will this year stage Tavatose/ Sisonke Annual exhibition at the home of comprehensive art, the Gallery. Tavatose/Sisonke meaning "we are now together" is a show based on unity and brings pupils of different backgrounds together to express themselves through art. The show is scheduled to run in partnership with the Environment Management Authority (EMA). This year's theme is A Caring Society.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

River Ranch Seeks Removal From Liquidation

[The Herald] RANI Investments LLC, majority shareholder in, Limpopo Mining Resources (Pvt) Limited (LMR), has filed an application with the High Court seeking removal from liquidation due to a change in circumstances that initially led to proposed diss…

[The Herald] RANI Investments LLC, majority shareholder in, Limpopo Mining Resources (Pvt) Limited (LMR), has filed an application with the High Court seeking removal from liquidation due to a change in circumstances that initially led to proposed dissolution of the firm.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe