Feature-in Morocco’s Hills, Tourist Dollars Could Keep Argan Oil Flowing

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Ait Hssaine -In an ambitious project, the U.N. is hoping tourism can be enlisted to help pay locals to protect shrinking argan forests

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Ait Hssaine -In an ambitious project, the U.N. is hoping tourism can be enlisted to help pay locals to protect shrinking argan forests

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Accountant Suspected of Stealing Millions From Education Ministry

[New Era] Rundu -An accountant in the Directorate of Education at Rundu is being investigated for allegedly embezzling funds from the Ministry of Education between 2013 and September 2016.

[New Era] Rundu -An accountant in the Directorate of Education at Rundu is being investigated for allegedly embezzling funds from the Ministry of Education between 2013 and September 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Voting in Progress for Lower House Elections in Somalia

[Dalsan Radio] South West and Jubbaland states of Somalia have held Thursday the second phase of the lower house elections which has been smoothly going on for the past two days in Kismayo and Baidoa cities.

[Dalsan Radio] South West and Jubbaland states of Somalia have held Thursday the second phase of the lower house elections which has been smoothly going on for the past two days in Kismayo and Baidoa cities.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Murder Accused Pleads for Forgiveness

[New Era] Oshakati -“I am guilty, I am guilty before God, the government, and the two families. I need forgiveness,” pleaded murder accused Johannes Shipanga who admitted killing his wife.

[New Era] Oshakati -"I am guilty, I am guilty before God, the government, and the two families. I need forgiveness," pleaded murder accused Johannes Shipanga who admitted killing his wife.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

ZimTrade Engages Leather Expert

[The Herald] ZimTrade has engaged a senior PUM Leather and Textile expert to conduct a scoping exercise of the leather sector in Zimbabwe. The expert, Dutch national, Hans Akkerman has over 40 years’ experience in advising manufacturers in the EU and S…

[The Herald] ZimTrade has engaged a senior PUM Leather and Textile expert to conduct a scoping exercise of the leather sector in Zimbabwe. The expert, Dutch national, Hans Akkerman has over 40 years' experience in advising manufacturers in the EU and South America on Strategy, Organisation, Marketing and Technology. He will be engaging more than 20 manufactures of leather products and footwear in Harare, Bulawayo, Gweru, Marondera and Kadoma.The engagements are aimed at identifying ways to improve the operational effic

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

MVA Pays Out Millions in Accident Claims

[New Era] Windhoek -The Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund so far this year spent N$9.5 million on paying injury grants to 95 people involved in car accidents. In addition, N$142.5 million was paid out to 95 victims of car accidents, as medical grants.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Motor Vehicle Accident (MVA) Fund so far this year spent N$9.5 million on paying injury grants to 95 people involved in car accidents. In addition, N$142.5 million was paid out to 95 victims of car accidents, as medical grants.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

President Omar Bashir Honors the Graduation Ceremony of the 14th Higher Military Academy’s Fellowship

[SNA] Khartoum -The President of the Republic, Omar Bashir, honored the graduation ceremony of the 14th Higher Academy Fellowship, of the Police Higher Academy, Ribat University in Khartoum, in the Police Club in Burre, Khartoum.

[SNA] Khartoum -The President of the Republic, Omar Bashir, honored the graduation ceremony of the 14th Higher Academy Fellowship, of the Police Higher Academy, Ribat University in Khartoum, in the Police Club in Burre, Khartoum.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Govt Must Take Heed – Ignoring Inequality and Race Got Trump Elected

[The Conversation Africa] Johannesburg -We don’t know what a Donald Trump presidency will mean for South Africa. But what South Africans should know is that America has just elected its most dangerous president ever because it has not dealt with two pr…

[The Conversation Africa] Johannesburg -We don't know what a Donald Trump presidency will mean for South Africa. But what South Africans should know is that America has just elected its most dangerous president ever because it has not dealt with two problems the country has also ducked: inequality and race. Our future, too, may be perilous if we ignore this warning.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa