Four Poultry Aviaries Start Operating in Cuimba

[ANGOP] Cuimba -Four poultry aviaries with the capacity to create 150,000 birds, 1.000 chickens and produce 10 million eggs per year are expected to start operating at Cuimba agro-industrial farm in northern Zaire province next September.

[ANGOP] Cuimba -Four poultry aviaries with the capacity to create 150,000 birds, 1.000 chickens and produce 10 million eggs per year are expected to start operating at Cuimba agro-industrial farm in northern Zaire province next September.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Statistics Agency Launches Mobile Application

[Namibia Economist] The Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) this week launched a mobile application that connects the user to the agencies data portal for easy access to survey findings.

[Namibia Economist] The Namibia Statistics Agency (NSA) this week launched a mobile application that connects the user to the agencies data portal for easy access to survey findings.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Role of Internet During Elections Key at the This Year’s Kenya Internet Governance Forum

[CIO] Role of Internet during elections is set to take center stage at the 10th Internet Governance Forum set to be held tomorrow in Nairobi Kenya. The move comes at a time when Kenya is geared to the General Elections slated for 8th August 2017.

[CIO] Role of Internet during elections is set to take center stage at the 10th Internet Governance Forum set to be held tomorrow in Nairobi Kenya. The move comes at a time when Kenya is geared to the General Elections slated for 8th August 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Journalist Chese-Msowa Dies

[The Herald] Journalist and The Herald arts correspondent Sophia Chese Msowa has died. She was 27. Chese-Msowa was pronounced dead upon arrival at Musami Hospital in Murehwa after a short illness. Her sister, Sharon Chese described her death as a blow …

[The Herald] Journalist and The Herald arts correspondent Sophia Chese Msowa has died. She was 27. Chese-Msowa was pronounced dead upon arrival at Musami Hospital in Murehwa after a short illness. Her sister, Sharon Chese described her death as a blow to the family. "Sophie was humble and we have lost a pillar to the family," she said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Command Agriculture – Cabinet Exposes Moyo

[The Herald] Cabinet approved the Command Agriculture Programme on July 20 last year, so the initiative cannot be reduced to fodder for succession politics, the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) has warned. The Cabinet decision, the office said…

[The Herald] Cabinet approved the Command Agriculture Programme on July 20 last year, so the initiative cannot be reduced to fodder for succession politics, the Office of the President and Cabinet (OPC) has warned. The Cabinet decision, the office said in documents exclusively availed to The Herald, binds every Government minister who took oath of office.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Restructuring – Yoruba in Kogi Want Reunion With South-West

[This Day] Lokoja -Following the call to restructure the Nigerian polity, Okun Development Association (ODA), the umbrella socio-cultural group of the Yoruba people in Kogi State, has set up a committee comprising eminent Okun sons and daughters to amo…

[This Day] Lokoja -Following the call to restructure the Nigerian polity, Okun Development Association (ODA), the umbrella socio-cultural group of the Yoruba people in Kogi State, has set up a committee comprising eminent Okun sons and daughters to among other oversight functions, chart a new course for the Okun nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Former IG, Arase Allays Fears Over State Police

[This Day] Former Inspector General of Police (IG), Soloman Arase, has called for the decentralisation of the police force, saying there should not be fears over the calls for the establishment of state police.

[This Day] Former Inspector General of Police (IG), Soloman Arase, has called for the decentralisation of the police force, saying there should not be fears over the calls for the establishment of state police.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Fear and Loathing – the ANC’s Enemies Are Everywhere

[Democracy Works] The discussion documents for the ANC’s upcoming fifth policy conference reveal a party that professes a desire for self-correction and renewal but seems to have neither the guts nor the necessary internal balance of forces, to do so. …

[Democracy Works] The discussion documents for the ANC's upcoming fifth policy conference reveal a party that professes a desire for self-correction and renewal but seems to have neither the guts nor the necessary internal balance of forces, to do so. Simultaneously, the documents speak of deepening paranoia and an increasingly authoritarian tendency. In combination, the documents seem to emanate from a parallel universe where the party's interests have become elevated above that of society.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Official Pledges Improvement for Health Sector in Benguela

[ANGOP] Benguela -The governor of the coastal Benguela province Rui Falcão Pinto de Andrade has promised substantial improvements for health sector in the coming times in region.

[ANGOP] Benguela -The governor of the coastal Benguela province Rui Falcão Pinto de Andrade has promised substantial improvements for health sector in the coming times in region.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola