Miss Seychelles Contestant Nancy Esparon Has a Passion for Working With Young People

[Seychelles News Agency] Hailing from the eastern Mahe district of Anse Aux Pins, Nancy Esparon joined the Miss Seychelles beauty pageant with the sole purpose of realising her personal project, which is to work with young people.

[Seychelles News Agency] Hailing from the eastern Mahe district of Anse Aux Pins, Nancy Esparon joined the Miss Seychelles beauty pageant with the sole purpose of realising her personal project, which is to work with young people.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Strategic Decisions Emerge From the 37th Ordinary SADC Summit for Heads of States and Governments 19-20 August 2017

[Government of Seychelles] Following two days of deliberations during the 37th SADC Summit for Heads of States and Government, numerous strategic decisions have emerged expecting to lead to new actions for the benefit of member states of the region.

[Government of Seychelles] Following two days of deliberations during the 37th SADC Summit for Heads of States and Government, numerous strategic decisions have emerged expecting to lead to new actions for the benefit of member states of the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Lucky Vincent Survivors’ Plea for Exam Writing Granted

[Daily News] Moshi -THREE Lucky Vincent Primary School’s Rhotia accident survivors will write their National Standard Seven examinations next month, it was declared here yesterday.

[Daily News] Moshi -THREE Lucky Vincent Primary School's Rhotia accident survivors will write their National Standard Seven examinations next month, it was declared here yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Man Jailed 40 Years for Sodomising Twins

[The Herald] A 25-year-old paedophile, who sodomised 11-year-old twins several times while helping them with homework was yesterday sentenced to 40 years in prison. Harare magistrate Ms Lucy Ngwari imposed a 55-year jail term on Philip Mutasa, but susp…

[The Herald] A 25-year-old paedophile, who sodomised 11-year-old twins several times while helping them with homework was yesterday sentenced to 40 years in prison. Harare magistrate Ms Lucy Ngwari imposed a 55-year jail term on Philip Mutasa, but suspended 15 years. Mutasa blamed his upbringing at a children's home, where he was sodomised.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Sets Soya Beans Price

[The Herald] Government has set the price for soya beans to be financed under the Presidential Input Scheme during 2017 /18 season at $610 per tonne, 22 percent higher than the prevailing market price to encourage production of the oil seeds, Agricultu…

[The Herald] Government has set the price for soya beans to be financed under the Presidential Input Scheme during 2017 /18 season at $610 per tonne, 22 percent higher than the prevailing market price to encourage production of the oil seeds, Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made announced yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Basketball – IBF Donates Equipment to Youth, Coaches

[New Times] The International Basketball Foundation (IBF) has continued to inspire the youth at the grassroots through promotion and development of basketball in both Muhanga and Rubavu districts.

[New Times] The International Basketball Foundation (IBF) has continued to inspire the youth at the grassroots through promotion and development of basketball in both Muhanga and Rubavu districts.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Bie – Over 1000 New Tuberculosis Cases Recorded

[ANGOP] Cuito -At least 120,000 new tuberculosis cases were recorded in the central Bie Province by the local health authorities, in the first semester of the present year, a figure that represents 112 cases more in comparison to the previous semester.

[ANGOP] Cuito -At least 120,000 new tuberculosis cases were recorded in the central Bie Province by the local health authorities, in the first semester of the present year, a figure that represents 112 cases more in comparison to the previous semester.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

National Police Ready to Secure Electoral Process

[ANGOP] Ndalatando -The commander of National Police in the northern Cuanza Norte province Commissioner Simão de Sousa Pereira Inglês Tuesday assured the staff’s readiness to ensure the public order and tranquility during the electoral process.

[ANGOP] Ndalatando -The commander of National Police in the northern Cuanza Norte province Commissioner Simão de Sousa Pereira Inglês Tuesday assured the staff's readiness to ensure the public order and tranquility during the electoral process.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola