Police Commander Calls for Calm

[ANGOP] Londuimbali -The national police commander in central Huambo province, commissioner Gil Famoso, Monday here met with representatives of political parties whom he appealed to remain calm during the general election of 23 August this year.

[ANGOP] Londuimbali -The national police commander in central Huambo province, commissioner Gil Famoso, Monday here met with representatives of political parties whom he appealed to remain calm during the general election of 23 August this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Angolan President’s Institutional Support Highlighted

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, provided institutional support to the National Assembly, which contributed positively to the success of the work of the parliament, from 2012 to 2017.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, José Eduardo dos Santos, provided institutional support to the National Assembly, which contributed positively to the success of the work of the parliament, from 2012 to 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Bié – Czech Republic NGO Hands Over Cattle to Trumba Peasants

[ANGOP] Cuito -Forty-one heads of cattle were handed over Tuesday to the peasants in the villages of Trumba commune, 50 kilometers north of Cuito, cetral Bié province, by the Czech republic non-governmental organization People In Need (PIN), under the programme for livestock farming.

[ANGOP] Cuito -Forty-one heads of cattle were handed over Tuesday to the peasants in the villages of Trumba commune, 50 kilometers north of Cuito, cetral Bié province, by the Czech republic non-governmental organization People In Need (PIN), under the programme for livestock farming.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Why Zuma’s Eventual Departure Won’t Solve the Country’s Woes

[African Arguments] President Zuma is uniquely bad, but he hasn’t just enriched himself. Many people now have vested interests in the corrupt system he’s established.

[African Arguments] President Zuma is uniquely bad, but he hasn't just enriched himself. Many people now have vested interests in the corrupt system he's established.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Agribank to Finance Purchase of Breeding Stock for NCA Farmers

[Namibian] THE Agricultural Bank of Namibia will finance the purchase of female breeding stock as a way of boosting production in the northern communal areas of the country.

[Namibian] THE Agricultural Bank of Namibia will finance the purchase of female breeding stock as a way of boosting production in the northern communal areas of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Farmer Threatens to Shoot Rustlers

[Namibian] LIVESTOCK farmers at the Schlip settlement in the Hardap region’s Rehoboth constituency fear that they may be forced to shoot stock thieves if police do not urgently intervene to stop the escalating cases of stock theft taking place there – …

[Namibian] LIVESTOCK farmers at the Schlip settlement in the Hardap region's Rehoboth constituency fear that they may be forced to shoot stock thieves if police do not urgently intervene to stop the escalating cases of stock theft taking place there - and risk being accused of murder.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Rugby – Welwitschias to Start Currie Cup Against the Griffons

[Namibian] THE Welwitschias face a tough hurdle with an away match in Welkom against the defending champions, the Griffons, when the 2017 Currie Cup First Division kicks off next weekend on 26 August.

[Namibian] THE Welwitschias face a tough hurdle with an away match in Welkom against the defending champions, the Griffons, when the 2017 Currie Cup First Division kicks off next weekend on 26 August.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Swartbooi Slams Corrupt Leaders

[Namibian] FORMER land reform deputy minister and ex-Swapo parliamentarian Bernadus Swartbooi on Sunday publicly criticised some of his former comrades and government officials over corruption and the burning land issue.

[Namibian] FORMER land reform deputy minister and ex-Swapo parliamentarian Bernadus Swartbooi on Sunday publicly criticised some of his former comrades and government officials over corruption and the burning land issue.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia