IDF Preserves Rare Species of Fauna and Flora

[ANGOP] Matala -Animals such as black buffalo, elephant, leopard and wild boar are some of the rare species of fauna considered privileged and cataloged by the Forest Development Institute (IDF), in the Bicuar National Park, southern Huíla province, preventing them from being extinguished.

[ANGOP] Matala -Animals such as black buffalo, elephant, leopard and wild boar are some of the rare species of fauna considered privileged and cataloged by the Forest Development Institute (IDF), in the Bicuar National Park, southern Huíla province, preventing them from being extinguished.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Zaire – Over 40.000 Inhabitants Benefit From Electricity

[ANGOP] Mbanza Kongo -At least 42.884 inhabitants of the municipalities of Mbanza Kongo, Soyo and Nzeto, northern Zaire province, are already consuming electricity from the national network produced by the Cambambe dam (Cuanza Norte), within the framew…

[ANGOP] Mbanza Kongo -At least 42.884 inhabitants of the municipalities of Mbanza Kongo, Soyo and Nzeto, northern Zaire province, are already consuming electricity from the national network produced by the Cambambe dam (Cuanza Norte), within the framework of the region's electrification project implemented by the Angolan government.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Indigenes Mark Onitsha Day in Lagos

[Guardian] Indigenes of Onitsha, Anambra State based in Lagos took out time last weekend to showcase its cultural heritage when the Onitsha Improvement Union (OIU), Lagos Chapter celebrated its annual Onitsha Day. Present to witness the occasion was th…

[Guardian] Indigenes of Onitsha, Anambra State based in Lagos took out time last weekend to showcase its cultural heritage when the Onitsha Improvement Union (OIU), Lagos Chapter celebrated its annual Onitsha Day. Present to witness the occasion was the Obi of Onitsha, Igwe Alfred Achebe among other personalities.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Elections2017 – CNE Announces Five Steps to Take Up to Presidential Inauguration

[ANGOP] Luanda -Five steps are to be taken by the National Electoral Commission (CNE) up to the inauguration ceremony of the country’s new elected president and vice president, announced last Saturday, in Luanda, the CNE spokeswoman, Júlia Ferreira.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Five steps are to be taken by the National Electoral Commission (CNE) up to the inauguration ceremony of the country's new elected president and vice president, announced last Saturday, in Luanda, the CNE spokeswoman, Júlia Ferreira.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Elections Annulment in Kenya – Scary Lessons, Implications for Liberia?

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -A decision by the Chief Justice of the Kenyan Supreme Court last Friday is sending shivers across the continent of Africa. In Liberia, on the verge of a historic presidential and legislative election, murmurs of what-ifs and…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -A decision by the Chief Justice of the Kenyan Supreme Court last Friday is sending shivers across the continent of Africa. In Liberia, on the verge of a historic presidential and legislative election, murmurs of what-ifs and endless possibilities are already being discussed even as the high court here has its hands full of a number of major cases likely to have serious repercussions for the upcoming presidential race.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Macdella Cooper New Party Expresses Lack of Confidence in Her Leadership

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia’s only female presidential candidate Ms. Macdella Cooper has been rejected by her new party as they’ve expressed their lack of confidence in her ability to lead.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Liberia's only female presidential candidate Ms. Macdella Cooper has been rejected by her new party as they've expressed their lack of confidence in her ability to lead.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Liberia’s Presidential Candidates in Face-to-Face, Handshake Campaign Style

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -With most polls projecting that more than 40 percent of voters are undecided who to vote for in the Liberia presidential elections, a lot of the some 20 candidates eyeing the top seat are reinventing the wheels of political …

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -With most polls projecting that more than 40 percent of voters are undecided who to vote for in the Liberia presidential elections, a lot of the some 20 candidates eyeing the top seat are reinventing the wheels of political campaigning by reaching out in places they wouldn't ordinarily go and people they seldom interact with - outside the political campaign season.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia