Soccer – 1º De Agosto Praised for Soccer, Handball Wins

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Ministry of National Defence has congratulated the Clube Desportivo 1º de Agosto for winning the national football championship (Girabola)2017, in advance last Sunday, and the 39th edition of the African Champion Clubs’ Cup in women’s handball in Tunisia.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Ministry of National Defence has congratulated the Clube Desportivo 1º de Agosto for winning the national football championship (Girabola)2017, in advance last Sunday, and the 39th edition of the African Champion Clubs' Cup in women's handball in Tunisia.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Dynamos Dembare Fans, Executive Disagree

[The Herald] The Dynamos Supporters’ Association have claimed the violent incidents that rocked the Glamour Boys match against Ngezi Platinum at Baobab last Saturday were caused by both sides. DeMbare fell 0-2 in this top-of-the-table clash. Benjamin M…

[The Herald] The Dynamos Supporters' Association have claimed the violent incidents that rocked the Glamour Boys match against Ngezi Platinum at Baobab last Saturday were caused by both sides. DeMbare fell 0-2 in this top-of-the-table clash. Benjamin Munzira, the DeMbare national supporters chairman, said their secretary-general Webster Marechera rushed to issue a press statement which condemned the club's fans even before he had received a report from them."As Dynamos we condemn violence and we are one club who have t

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Ministry of Fisheries Bets On Sea Hygienic Conditions

[ANGOP] Luanda -The formation of the mentality of the population on the hygienic conditions in the fishing and commercial enclosures is one of the great bets of the Ministry of Fisheries and the Sea so that the fish is consumed in a healthy way, said o…

[ANGOP] Luanda -The formation of the mentality of the population on the hygienic conditions in the fishing and commercial enclosures is one of the great bets of the Ministry of Fisheries and the Sea so that the fish is consumed in a healthy way, said on Tuesday in Luanda, minister Victoria de Barros Neto.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Biometric Voter Registration First Phase Learning Slate for Polls Body

[The Herald] The first phase of the Biometric Voter Registration, which ended last week, provided a number of lessons for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, which if addressed can contribute to a more successful second phase. The second phase of the BV…

[The Herald] The first phase of the Biometric Voter Registration, which ended last week, provided a number of lessons for the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission, which if addressed can contribute to a more successful second phase. The second phase of the BVR exercise got underway on Sunday and we hope ZEC will continue to perfect its systems to ensure that as many prospective voters as possible are accorded a chance to register.

No Rewrite for Leaked Maths Exam Paper – Report

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) has quashed social media reports that candidates will resit the Mathematics Paper 1, which leaked and was accessed by at least 12 candidates last week. The candidates, who unduly accessed t…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe School Examinations Council (Zimsec) has quashed social media reports that candidates will resit the Mathematics Paper 1, which leaked and was accessed by at least 12 candidates last week. The candidates, who unduly accessed the Mathematics Paper 1 were arrested for academic fraud and are assisting police with investigations. Social media abusers leapt at the chance to create fake messages suggesting that another paper will be rewritten on November 23.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tour Du Rwanda – Canada’s LowestRates.ca Name Roster

[New Times] With just eleven days left to the highly anticipated 9th edition of Tour du Rwanda, teams from around the world are getting through the final paces ahead of the competition, while others are announcing their rosters.

[New Times] With just eleven days left to the highly anticipated 9th edition of Tour du Rwanda, teams from around the world are getting through the final paces ahead of the competition, while others are announcing their rosters.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Tobacco Exports Top U.S.$665 Million

[The Herald] Zimbabwe has earned $666,8 million from 123,7 million kilogrammes of tobacco exported mainly to South Africa and China since the beginning of 2017. Statistics from the Tobacco Industry Marketing Board’s latest weekly bulletin show that Chi…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe has earned $666,8 million from 123,7 million kilogrammes of tobacco exported mainly to South Africa and China since the beginning of 2017. Statistics from the Tobacco Industry Marketing Board's latest weekly bulletin show that China accounted for over 27,4 million kg valued at $217,4 million while South Africa bought 17,8 million kg for $52,5 million. With an estimated 350 million smokers, China has been spending over $200 million per annum on Zimbabwean tobacco. Part of the TIMB weekly bulletin r

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Govt Launches District Risk Profiles

[The Herald] Government has launched District Risk Profiles through the Food and Nutrition Council (FNC) in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP) to gather information that will assist in understanding food security and livelihood challenge…

[The Herald] Government has launched District Risk Profiles through the Food and Nutrition Council (FNC) in collaboration with the World Food Programme (WFP) to gather information that will assist in understanding food security and livelihood challenges and provide information on these factors. The Deputy Chief Secretary in the Office of the President and Cabinet, Mr Justin Mupamhanga, told delegates at the launch yesterday that the profiles are focusing on various aspects that affect human lives.

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U.S.$5 Million Kitty, Stands for MPs

[The Herald] Government has set aside $5 million from which Members of Parliament will access the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) Legislators will also get residential stands in areas of their choice, Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob…

[The Herald] Government has set aside $5 million from which Members of Parliament will access the Constituency Development Fund (CDF) Legislators will also get residential stands in areas of their choice, Speaker of the National Assembly Advocate Jacob Mudenda has said. Through the $5 million fund, each MP will get at least $24 000 for the development of his or her constituency. The residential stands are part of a negotiated package agreed at the beginning of the Eighth Parliament of Zimbabwe in 2013."It has been agre

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