Malanje – Pedras Negras Farm to Produce 18,000 Tons of Diverse Products

[ANGOP] Cacuso -The Pedras Negras Farm, based in Cacuso Municipality, northern Malanje Province, is focusing on producing, in the present agricultural campaign, about 18,050 tons of diverse products, such as maize and soya.

[ANGOP] Cacuso -The Pedras Negras Farm, based in Cacuso Municipality, northern Malanje Province, is focusing on producing, in the present agricultural campaign, about 18,050 tons of diverse products, such as maize and soya.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Cunene – Beef Production Exceeds 14.000 Tons

[ANGOP] Ondjiva -More than Fourteen thousand tons of meat of different species were produced from January to August this year in Cunene province, said in Ondjiva, Carlos José, the provincial director for agriculture.

[ANGOP] Ondjiva -More than Fourteen thousand tons of meat of different species were produced from January to August this year in Cunene province, said in Ondjiva, Carlos José, the provincial director for agriculture.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Volleyball – Lubango Lodges Candidacy to Host National Championship

[ANGOP] Lubango -Lubango city, capital of the southern Huíla province, is preparing itself to host the national senior men’s volleyball championship, to take place on 8-18 November.

[ANGOP] Lubango -Lubango city, capital of the southern Huíla province, is preparing itself to host the national senior men's volleyball championship, to take place on 8-18 November.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Police Make Major Breakthrough On Illegal Poaching and Stock Theft

[SAPS] In a concerted effort to fight incidents of illegal poaching and stock theft in this Province, the Stock Theft Unit have embarked on an on-going operation which is targeting areas with prevalent incidents of this crime categories in all the Clus…

[SAPS] In a concerted effort to fight incidents of illegal poaching and stock theft in this Province, the Stock Theft Unit have embarked on an on-going operation which is targeting areas with prevalent incidents of this crime categories in all the Clusters.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SCA Seems Set to Declare Dropping of 783 Charges of Corruption Against Zuma Irrational

[DA] It was clear from the concessions by the legal teams and by the questions from the Court that the decision to discontinue the prosecution against Jacob Zuma is going to be set aside.

[DA] It was clear from the concessions by the legal teams and by the questions from the Court that the decision to discontinue the prosecution against Jacob Zuma is going to be set aside.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

CCAP Reverend Jailed 14 Years for Sex With Minor

[Nyasa Times] Rumphi First Grade Magistrate’s Court has sentenced CCAP Synod of Livingstonia cleric Reverend Chiwawa Banda to 14 years imprisonment for defiling a 13- year-old girl (name shielded for legal reasons.) last year.

[Nyasa Times] Rumphi First Grade Magistrate's Court has sentenced CCAP Synod of Livingstonia cleric Reverend Chiwawa Banda to 14 years imprisonment for defiling a 13- year-old girl (name shielded for legal reasons.) last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Justice Minister Complaints Anti-Government Bias On Private Media – ‘We Shouldn’t Only Blame MBC’

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Samuel Tembenu has asked representatives of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) that they should not only look continued bias against opposition parties by taxpayer-funded Malawi Broadcasting …

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Samuel Tembenu has asked representatives of the Public Affairs Committee (PAC) that they should not only look continued bias against opposition parties by taxpayer-funded Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) but also watch private media, claiming its coverage of the government is biased.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Rugby – Sevens Debut in Tunisia for Mkhari and Ndawonde

[Sascoc] Rights Mkhari and Zinhle Ndawonde will face a baptism of fire in the Rugby Africa Sevens in Tunisia on Saturday and Sunday as they make their Springbok Women’s Sevens debuts in the tournament that doubles up as the Rugby World Cup Sevens Quali…

[Sascoc] Rights Mkhari and Zinhle Ndawonde will face a baptism of fire in the Rugby Africa Sevens in Tunisia on Saturday and Sunday as they make their Springbok Women's Sevens debuts in the tournament that doubles up as the Rugby World Cup Sevens Qualifier.

source: AllAfrica News: Tunisia