Govt Aims for 1,8 Million Tourists By 2022

[Namibian] Namibia hopes to have a diversified and competitive tourism sector which attracts 1,8 million tourists by 2022, according to the recently released fifth National Development Plan (NDP5).

[Namibian] Namibia hopes to have a diversified and competitive tourism sector which attracts 1,8 million tourists by 2022, according to the recently released fifth National Development Plan (NDP5).

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

People’s Vote Held On Zuma

[GroundUp] On Monday and Tuesday, a coalition of civil society organisations under Unite Behind and Save SA held a public poll at three train stations – Observatory, Rosebank and Mowbray, asking people to “vote Yes or No to the Jacob Zuma presidency”.

[GroundUp] On Monday and Tuesday, a coalition of civil society organisations under Unite Behind and Save SA held a public poll at three train stations - Observatory, Rosebank and Mowbray, asking people to "vote Yes or No to the Jacob Zuma presidency".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Conference On Solidarity With Cuba Kicks Off

[ANGOP] Windhoek -Delegates from 26 African countries are taking part as from Monday in the Fifth African Continental Conference on Solidarity with Cuba, taking place in Windhoek in Namibia.

[ANGOP] Windhoek -Delegates from 26 African countries are taking part as from Monday in the Fifth African Continental Conference on Solidarity with Cuba, taking place in Windhoek in Namibia.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Police Personnel Deployed to Striking 10111 Centres

[News24Wire] New interim-acting national police commissioner Lesetja Mothiba says the SAPS has decided to send police officers to manage the emergency 10111 units where staff are on strike.

[News24Wire] New interim-acting national police commissioner Lesetja Mothiba says the SAPS has decided to send police officers to manage the emergency 10111 units where staff are on strike.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

President Pays Tribute to Fidel Castro

[ANGOP] Windhoek -The Namibian President, Hage Geingob, paid tribute to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, during a ceremony held on Monday at the African Continental Conference on Solidarity with Cuba in Windhoek city.

[ANGOP] Windhoek -The Namibian President, Hage Geingob, paid tribute to the historic leader of the Cuban Revolution, Fidel Castro, during a ceremony held on Monday at the African Continental Conference on Solidarity with Cuba in Windhoek city.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Let’s Rekindle the New Draft Constitution Process

[Citizen] I was in a cocktail-party phenomenon as I mused about how Tanzania embarked on having a New Constitution. I remember the goodies the doc. promised; and how it’d have changed Tanzania. I was over delighted to note that things were moving. Sudd…

[Citizen] I was in a cocktail-party phenomenon as I mused about how Tanzania embarked on having a New Constitution. I remember the goodies the doc. promised; and how it'd have changed Tanzania. I was over delighted to note that things were moving. Suddenly, I couldn't believe; our demigod president would spend humongous amount of money and time to collect views to come a cropper.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania