Lunda Sul – Municipalities Enable Country’s Development

[ANGOP] Saurimo -The minister of Territory Administration and State Reform, Adão de Almeida, on Friday in the city of Saurimo, Lunda Sul province, requested special attention to the municipalities, since they enable the development of the country.

[ANGOP] Saurimo -The minister of Territory Administration and State Reform, Adão de Almeida, on Friday in the city of Saurimo, Lunda Sul province, requested special attention to the municipalities, since they enable the development of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Soccer – Interclube and 1º De Agosto to Define Semi-Finals Wednesday

[ANGOP] Luanda -Interclube and 1º de Agosto will define who will qualify for the semi-finals of the Angolan football cup on Wednesday with a 1-1 draw in their first leg match,played at Luanda?s 22 de Junho stadium.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Interclube and 1º de Agosto will define who will qualify for the semi-finals of the Angolan football cup on Wednesday with a 1-1 draw in their first leg match,played at Luanda?s 22 de Junho stadium.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Will Liberians Go for Joseph Boakai Tomorrow?

[Guardian] As Liberia’s President Ellen Sirleaf prepares to step down after 12 years in office, not less than 20 old and new candidates are racing to replace her. Out of these many lots are three major presidential contenders who might clinch the voter…

[Guardian] As Liberia's President Ellen Sirleaf prepares to step down after 12 years in office, not less than 20 old and new candidates are racing to replace her. Out of these many lots are three major presidential contenders who might clinch the voters' nod to be next occupant of the Liberia executive mansion in the forthcoming October 10, 2017 general elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ghana Aims to Regain Top Spot in Cocoa Production

[IPS] Accra -Ghana is home to the world’s favourite cocoa beans. They’re bigger in size, have a higher butter content and superior flavour – all qualities which make Ghana’s cocoa the world standard against which all cocoa is measured.

[IPS] Accra -Ghana is home to the world's favourite cocoa beans. They're bigger in size, have a higher butter content and superior flavour - all qualities which make Ghana's cocoa the world standard against which all cocoa is measured.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Displaced North-East Women Protest Presidential Panel’s Snub

[This Day] The Knifar Movement, a group of displaced women in the North-east Nigeria, representing more than 1200 men, women and children in military-run detention centres, has accused the Presidential Investigative Panel on Human Rights Abuses in the …

[This Day] The Knifar Movement, a group of displaced women in the North-east Nigeria, representing more than 1200 men, women and children in military-run detention centres, has accused the Presidential Investigative Panel on Human Rights Abuses in the Military of denying it the opportunity to appear before it.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Cuanza Norte – Low Kwanza River Stream Causes Power Supply Restrictions

[ANGOP] Cambambe -The C.E.O of the Electrical Power Production Public Company (PRODEL), José Neto, said last Sunday that currently there is a restriction in electricity supply to some regions of the country due to present low stream of the Kwanza river, which has caused constraints to the power production work of the Laúca and Cambambe dams located in the Medium Kwanza area.

[ANGOP] Cambambe -The C.E.O of the Electrical Power Production Public Company (PRODEL), José Neto, said last Sunday that currently there is a restriction in electricity supply to some regions of the country due to present low stream of the Kwanza river, which has caused constraints to the power production work of the Laúca and Cambambe dams located in the Medium Kwanza area.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Rights Group Sues Government Over Alleged N40b Perks for Serving Ex-Governors

[Guardian] A Lagos-based rights group, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), has sued the Federal Government over its “failure to stop former governors, now serving as senators and ministers, from receiving double pay and life pensi…

[Guardian] A Lagos-based rights group, Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP), has sued the Federal Government over its "failure to stop former governors, now serving as senators and ministers, from receiving double pay and life pensions as well as recover the over N40 billion of public funds unduly drawn by these public officers."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

EU Restates Commitment to Improving Trade With Nigeria

[This Day] The new European Union Ambassador to Nigeria and ECOWAS, Mr. Ketil Karlsen, has stated that the mutual trade partnership between Nigeria and the EU would be sustained for the benefit of both countries.

[This Day] The new European Union Ambassador to Nigeria and ECOWAS, Mr. Ketil Karlsen, has stated that the mutual trade partnership between Nigeria and the EU would be sustained for the benefit of both countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria