White Nile Government Signs Three Agreements With Malaysia’s Bionas Group

[SNA] Kosti -The White Nile State Government has signed with the Malaysia’s Bionas Group three investment agreements including construction of a $ 302 million waste recycling and treatment plant, agricultural and animal resources investment in Al Salam…

[SNA] Kosti -The White Nile State Government has signed with the Malaysia's Bionas Group three investment agreements including construction of a $ 302 million waste recycling and treatment plant, agricultural and animal resources investment in Al Salam Locality and the White Nile Air Lines through provision of two domestic aircrafts, three international aircraft, a flight training center and a jet fuel station to supply international aviation.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Setina Titosse Expelled From State Apparatus

[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican Agriculture Minister Jose Pacheco has sacked the former head of the Agriculture Development Fund (FDA), Setina Titosse, from the public administration.

[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican Agriculture Minister Jose Pacheco has sacked the former head of the Agriculture Development Fund (FDA), Setina Titosse, from the public administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Houses and Infrastructures Under Threat of Gully in Musaga Area

[Iwacu] On the second avenue of Musaga neighborhood in the southern part of the capital Bujumbura, on the right side, a ravine of Mpimba River represents a threat to people and infrastructures surrounding the locality. When it rains, the ravine banks b…

[Iwacu] On the second avenue of Musaga neighborhood in the southern part of the capital Bujumbura, on the right side, a ravine of Mpimba River represents a threat to people and infrastructures surrounding the locality. When it rains, the ravine banks becomes wider and wider. Sand bags have been packed to protect and prevent the dangerous situation but in vain.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Call Her Doctor Kirsty Coventry

[The Herald] Swimming sensation Kirsty Coventry yesterday became the first Zimbabwean athlete to be conferred with an honorary doctorate in sports science degree by Bindura University of Science Education’s National Sports Academy at a ceremony where P…

[The Herald] Swimming sensation Kirsty Coventry yesterday became the first Zimbabwean athlete to be conferred with an honorary doctorate in sports science degree by Bindura University of Science Education's National Sports Academy at a ceremony where President Mugabe capped 3 725 graduates. She assumes the new title of Dr Kirsty Coventry. The Olympian, who could not be in the country to receive the accolade, had her mother, Lyn, receiving it on her behalf.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Remarkable Health Care Services in Hal Hal Sub Zone

[Shabait] Keren -Sister Lucia Elias, head of the Halhal health center, indicated that commendable health care service is being provided to the residents of the Halhal sub-zone. Sister Lucia also said that owing to the sustainable awareness raising camp…

[Shabait] Keren -Sister Lucia Elias, head of the Halhal health center, indicated that commendable health care service is being provided to the residents of the Halhal sub-zone. Sister Lucia also said that owing to the sustainable awareness raising campaigns the prevalence of communicable diseases as well as death during delivery has significantly been reduced.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

The Number of Sea Turtles Increases in NRS

[Shabait] Asmara -As a result of the strong conservation effort conducted from 1994 to 2004, the number of the sea turtles, that have in on the verge extinction, has significantly increased.

[Shabait] Asmara -As a result of the strong conservation effort conducted from 1994 to 2004, the number of the sea turtles, that have in on the verge extinction, has significantly increased.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

President to Meet Chiefs

[The Herald] President Mugabe is expected to address the National Council of Chiefs conference tomorrow at Large City Hall in Bulawayo. In an interview yesterday, Chiefs Council president Chief Fortune Charumbira said after President Mugabe’s address, …

[The Herald] President Mugabe is expected to address the National Council of Chiefs conference tomorrow at Large City Hall in Bulawayo. In an interview yesterday, Chiefs Council president Chief Fortune Charumbira said after President Mugabe's address, the conference will continue to engage different Cabinet ministers on issues affecting the people.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Climate Authorities Warn of Thunderstorms

[The Herald] The Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has warned of scattered thunderstorms in parts of the country today and urged people to take precautionary measures such as avoiding outdoor activities during the thunderstorms. In a statement y…

[The Herald] The Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has warned of scattered thunderstorms in parts of the country today and urged people to take precautionary measures such as avoiding outdoor activities during the thunderstorms. In a statement yesterday, the MSD said some parts of the country will receive some rainfall, with Manicaland set to get in excess of 50mm.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe