Four-Year-Old Dandyson Aims to Become Nigeria’s Great Golfer

[Daily Trust] A four-year-old Lewis Dandyson says he aims to become one of Nigeria’s all-time great golfer having won his first major golf tournament at the one day golf championships in Port Harcourt last week.

[Daily Trust] A four-year-old Lewis Dandyson says he aims to become one of Nigeria's all-time great golfer having won his first major golf tournament at the one day golf championships in Port Harcourt last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Sport and Recreation On Nomination of South African Athletes At the 2017 Regional Annual Sport Awards

[Govt of SA] South Africa’s Izinja Ze Game… The best, as our South African athletes have become known have been nominated in a whopping 8 of this year’s RASA categories i.e.:

[Govt of SA] South Africa's Izinja Ze Game... The best, as our South African athletes have become known have been nominated in a whopping 8 of this year's RASA categories i.e.:

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

The Perfect Model

[This Day] The success of the Shonga project, initiated by the current President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, during his time as governor of Kwara State, offers the country a novel approach for gaining ground in food security.

[This Day] The success of the Shonga project, initiated by the current President of the Senate, Bukola Saraki, during his time as governor of Kwara State, offers the country a novel approach for gaining ground in food security.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Minister Susan Shabangu – Women Dept Budget Vote 2017-18

[Govt of SA] Speech by Honourable Minister Susan Shabangu, MP; Minister in the Presidency Responsible for Women on the occasion of the Department of Women’s Budget Vote, National Assembly – Parliament, Cape Town

[Govt of SA] Speech by Honourable Minister Susan Shabangu, MP; Minister in the Presidency Responsible for Women on the occasion of the Department of Women's Budget Vote, National Assembly - Parliament, Cape Town

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

University of Fort Hare Fails to Provide Qualifying Students With Certificates

[DA] A number of students from the University of Fort Hare have not received their graduation certificates as, according to NSFAS, the university failed to submit the students’ claims by the cut-off date.

[DA] A number of students from the University of Fort Hare have not received their graduation certificates as, according to NSFAS, the university failed to submit the students' claims by the cut-off date.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa