Election Observers Presented to International Community

[ANGOP] Angola -At least 50 election observers with 48 organisations linked to the Angola Electoral Observatory (OBEA) were presented on Friday in Luanda to the international community.

[ANGOP] Angola -At least 50 election observers with 48 organisations linked to the Angola Electoral Observatory (OBEA) were presented on Friday in Luanda to the international community.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Discrimination Against Women Still Evident, Says MP

[ANGOP] Luanda -The MP Adélia de Carvalho last Monday in Luanda said that despite the space conquered by African women, both in the labour market and in the governance area, discrimination against them is still evident in many African countries.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The MP Adélia de Carvalho last Monday in Luanda said that despite the space conquered by African women, both in the labour market and in the governance area, discrimination against them is still evident in many African countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Governor Namibe – African Women Continue Poor

[ANGOP] Moçamedes -The governor of the south-western Namibe Province, Carlos da Rocha Cruz, last Monday in Moçamedes City admitted that women in Africa continue to be the poorest and targets of different types of violence, which have influence in the degeneration of the family structure.

[ANGOP] Moçamedes -The governor of the south-western Namibe Province, Carlos da Rocha Cruz, last Monday in Moçamedes City admitted that women in Africa continue to be the poorest and targets of different types of violence, which have influence in the degeneration of the family structure.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Industry Ministry Presents SIMINDi System

[ANGOP] Luanda -A technological system dubbed SIMIND (Integrated Information System of the Industry Ministry), which is intended to improve the process of gathering information on the national industrial sector, was presented last Monday, in the north-…

[ANGOP] Luanda -A technological system dubbed SIMIND (Integrated Information System of the Industry Ministry), which is intended to improve the process of gathering information on the national industrial sector, was presented last Monday, in the north-western Luanda Province.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Sports – Former Handball Player Releases Book

[ANGOP] Luanda -The 1º de Agosto former handball player, Gilberto Figueira “Wawé”, released on Monday in Luanda a book entitled”Escola Vs Desporto, Como Gerir Este Jogo”, in an event witnessed by the Secretary of State for Sports, Ana Paula Sacramento Neto, who defended the need for reconciling the school and sport for the country’s development.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The 1º de Agosto former handball player, Gilberto Figueira "Wawé", released on Monday in Luanda a book entitled"Escola Vs Desporto, Como Gerir Este Jogo", in an event witnessed by the Secretary of State for Sports, Ana Paula Sacramento Neto, who defended the need for reconciling the school and sport for the country's development.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Over 2,000 Athletes From 200 Nations Grace Biennial Event

[Nation] Preparations for the 16th edition of the IAAF World Championships are over and around 2,000 athletes from 200 nations are expected to participate in the event in London.

[Nation] Preparations for the 16th edition of the IAAF World Championships are over and around 2,000 athletes from 200 nations are expected to participate in the event in London.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Archbishop of Canterbury Visits Refugee Camps in Uganda

[Monitor] Kampala -The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who is currently visiting two refugee camps in West Nile, is scheduled to meet President Museveni later on Wednesday before returning to the United Kingdom.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who is currently visiting two refugee camps in West Nile, is scheduled to meet President Museveni later on Wednesday before returning to the United Kingdom.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Four Brand New Ford Cars Stolen

[The Herald] Mpumalanga -A case of business robbery is being investigated after a Ford dealership in Barberton was robbed of four brand new cars worth nearly R2m, Mpumalanga police said yesterday. Sergeant Gerald Sedibe said the cars three Ford Rangers…

[The Herald] Mpumalanga -A case of business robbery is being investigated after a Ford dealership in Barberton was robbed of four brand new cars worth nearly R2m, Mpumalanga police said yesterday. Sergeant Gerald Sedibe said the cars three Ford Rangers and a Ford Everest were stolen just after midnight on Sunday, July 30. "Police have launched a manhunt for the syndicate that had robbed a Ford dealership in Barberton," he said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

42% Rural Pupils Out of School

[The Herald] Forty-two percent of children in rural areas are not in school due to long distances and other hardships they face. According to the latest Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee (ZimVAC) report, there is also a worrying number of chi…

[The Herald] Forty-two percent of children in rural areas are not in school due to long distances and other hardships they face. According to the latest Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee (ZimVAC) report, there is also a worrying number of children not going to school at seven percent due to different illnesses. "The proportion of children not attending school due to illness is a cause for concern. We recommend the prioritisation of resource allocation towards the strengthening of the School Feeding and School

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe