Diplomat Highlights Angola’s Role for Political Stability in Africa

[ANGOP] Soyo -The role played by the Republic of Angola in the stability of the central and southern regions countries of the African continent was highlighted today in Soyo, Zaire province, by the French ambassador to the country, Silvain Itté.

[ANGOP] Soyo -The role played by the Republic of Angola in the stability of the central and southern regions countries of the African continent was highlighted today in Soyo, Zaire province, by the French ambassador to the country, Silvain Itté.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Ruling Party Wins One Ward in By-Elections

[Nyasa Times] After heavy defeat in Tuesday’s by-elections, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has a consoloation with a win of a Local Government ward in Mayani North Ward in Dedza North Constituency.

[Nyasa Times] After heavy defeat in Tuesday's by-elections, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has a consoloation with a win of a Local Government ward in Mayani North Ward in Dedza North Constituency.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Insurance Impact Still Minimal, Says Kasaija

[Monitor] Insurance contributes a lot to the economic growth of society by provides stability to the functioning of process. This is because the insurance industries develop financial institutions and reduce uncertainties by improving financial resources.

[Monitor] Insurance contributes a lot to the economic growth of society by provides stability to the functioning of process. This is because the insurance industries develop financial institutions and reduce uncertainties by improving financial resources.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Perceptions About Insurance Industry

[Monitor] Despite the long existence of insurance in Uganda, the industry still has challenges with getting the public on board. Presently, insurance has only 0.73 per cent penetration in Uganda.

[Monitor] Despite the long existence of insurance in Uganda, the industry still has challenges with getting the public on board. Presently, insurance has only 0.73 per cent penetration in Uganda.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Public Administration Sector Prioritises Debureaucratisation

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS) has picked as one of its priorities the continuation of the programme turned to the valorisation of public service and debureaucratisation of the sector, informe…

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Ministry of Public Administration, Labour and Social Security (MAPTSS) has picked as one of its priorities the continuation of the programme turned to the valorisation of public service and debureaucratisation of the sector, informed last Tuesday the incumbent minister, Jesus Maiato.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Country Does Not Need a Myopic People Pleaser of a Leader

[263Chat] The major reason Zimbabwe is in this mess is a direct result of a leadership that is not visionary, but seeks to retain office by proffering shortsighted policies that please people today, but make them suffer tomorrow.

[263Chat] The major reason Zimbabwe is in this mess is a direct result of a leadership that is not visionary, but seeks to retain office by proffering shortsighted policies that please people today, but make them suffer tomorrow.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bengo Holds First Physical Education, School Sports Meeting

[ANGOP] Caxito -The first Methodological Meeting of Physical Education and School Sports in the province of Bengo will be held this Thursday (19) in Caxito, in a promotion of the Provincial Office of Education.

[ANGOP] Caxito -The first Methodological Meeting of Physical Education and School Sports in the province of Bengo will be held this Thursday (19) in Caxito, in a promotion of the Provincial Office of Education.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Forgotten Somalia – #MogadishuMourns #PrayforSomalia

[This is Africa] Saturday 14 October marked a dark day for Somalia and indeed Africa with a terrorist truck bombing in Mogadishu which killed more than 300 people, and injured another 200. Some of the bodies were burnt beyond recognition. The terror at…

[This is Africa] Saturday 14 October marked a dark day for Somalia and indeed Africa with a terrorist truck bombing in Mogadishu which killed more than 300 people, and injured another 200. Some of the bodies were burnt beyond recognition. The terror attack is the worst in Somalia's history.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia