Acquisition of Nationality Becomes Less Bureaucratic

[ANGOP] Luanda -The process of granting Angolan nationality will become less bureaucratic when the Nationality Law regulation comes into force, a legal tool approved Wednesday by the Cabinet Council.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The process of granting Angolan nationality will become less bureaucratic when the Nationality Law regulation comes into force, a legal tool approved Wednesday by the Cabinet Council.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Cabinet Council Apprves Law On Nationality

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Cabinet Council on Wednesday approved the regulation of the Nationality Law, a legal document that establishes procedures and acts related to the acquisition, loss and reacquisition of the Angolan The meeting, led by the Vice-presid…

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Cabinet Council on Wednesday approved the regulation of the Nationality Law, a legal document that establishes procedures and acts related to the acquisition, loss and reacquisition of the Angolan The meeting, led by the Vice-president of the Republic, Manuel Domingos Vicente, also discussed a proposal to amend the Law on the Legal Regime of Civil Identification and Issuance of Identity Card.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Air Namibia States Its Need to Exist

[New Era] Windhoek -According to Oxford Economics, Namibia stands to lose nearly a billion dollars in revenue if Air Namibia ceases to exist as a national airline.

[New Era] Windhoek -According to Oxford Economics, Namibia stands to lose nearly a billion dollars in revenue if Air Namibia ceases to exist as a national airline.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Traditional Leaders’ Council Steers Clear of Ondonga Dispute

[New Era] Windhoek -Deputy chairperson of the Council of Traditional Leaders (CTA) Chief Immanuel /Gaseb says the council will not intervene in the ongoing dispute between Ondonga leaders and the royal family.

[New Era] Windhoek -Deputy chairperson of the Council of Traditional Leaders (CTA) Chief Immanuel /Gaseb says the council will not intervene in the ongoing dispute between Ondonga leaders and the royal family.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Corruption “Not in Nigerians’ DNA”

[Premium Times] Contrary to what some analysts have recently suggested, endemic corruption in Nigeria has no genetic foundation, but it is rather a manifestation of several “social norms” that make sharp practices an acceptable way of life.

[Premium Times] Contrary to what some analysts have recently suggested, endemic corruption in Nigeria has no genetic foundation, but it is rather a manifestation of several "social norms" that make sharp practices an acceptable way of life.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Search Continues for More Illegal Miners Trapped At Welkom Mine

[News24Wire] The search for the bodies of more illegal miners is continuing at Harmony Gold’s Eland mine in Welkom, Free State, after a gas explosion on Thursday last week.

[News24Wire] The search for the bodies of more illegal miners is continuing at Harmony Gold's Eland mine in Welkom, Free State, after a gas explosion on Thursday last week.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Grade 2 Pupil Complained of Genital Pain After Rape

[News24Wire] The Grade 2 pupil of a Randburg primary school first complained to her parents that she had been raped after she suffered from genital pain, Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi’s spokesperson Steve Mabona said.

[News24Wire] The Grade 2 pupil of a Randburg primary school first complained to her parents that she had been raped after she suffered from genital pain, Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi's spokesperson Steve Mabona said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Excessive’ Spending By Mugabe Govt Could Fuel Inflation – IMF

[News24Wire] The International Monetary Fund (IMF)is warning that excessive spending by President Robert Mugabe’s government will worsen cash shortages and stoke inflation.

[News24Wire] The International Monetary Fund (IMF)is warning that excessive spending by President Robert Mugabe's government will worsen cash shortages and stoke inflation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenya Tops Region’s Military Ranking

[East African] Kenya’s military has for the second time been ranked as Africa’s eleventh most powerful force ahead of its Ugandan and Tanzanian counterparts, despite the neighbouring countries’ bigger personnel count.

[East African] Kenya's military has for the second time been ranked as Africa's eleventh most powerful force ahead of its Ugandan and Tanzanian counterparts, despite the neighbouring countries' bigger personnel count.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya