Authorities Stifle Women’s Protest in Morocco’s RIF

[Al Jazeera] Moroccan authorities stifled a women’s protest in the coastal city of Al-Hoceima, campaigning for access to jobs, health services and infrastructure in the northern Rif region.

[Al Jazeera] Moroccan authorities stifled a women's protest in the coastal city of Al-Hoceima, campaigning for access to jobs, health services and infrastructure in the northern Rif region.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Relations With Zambia Historical – Libongani

[New Era] Windhoek -Newly accredited Zambian High Commissioner to Namibia Stella Libongani has reiterated that the diplomatic relations between her country and Namibia are historical, dating back to the pre-independence period when Zambia hosted thousa…

[New Era] Windhoek -Newly accredited Zambian High Commissioner to Namibia Stella Libongani has reiterated that the diplomatic relations between her country and Namibia are historical, dating back to the pre-independence period when Zambia hosted thousands of Swapo cadres and other Namibian exiles.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Libolo Lose to Zesco United FC

[ANGOP] Luanda -Recreativo do Libolo of Cuanza Sul (Angola) lost on Sunday to Zesco United FC of Zambia by 0-1 at Levy Muanawasa stadium Ndola city, for the group C?s third round of the cup of the Confederation of African Football.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Recreativo do Libolo of Cuanza Sul (Angola) lost on Sunday to Zesco United FC of Zambia by 0-1 at Levy Muanawasa stadium Ndola city, for the group C?s third round of the cup of the Confederation of African Football.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Heavy Security At Barbourfields Stadium

[The Herald] Bulawayo -VISITING Triangle United coach Taurai Mangwiro attributed his side’s defeat yesterday to heavy police presence at Barbourfields, claiming this had intimidated his players.

[The Herald] Bulawayo -VISITING Triangle United coach Taurai Mangwiro attributed his side's defeat yesterday to heavy police presence at Barbourfields, claiming this had intimidated his players.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

#GuptaLeaks – Millions of Dollars Earmarked for Guptavision Awards

[Daily Maverick] ANN7 TV’s South African of the Year (SATY) Awards 2015, scheduled for 17 October of that year, was billed as the must-see, star-studded event that would finally merge local politics and international celebrity into a big lump of glitte…

[Daily Maverick] ANN7 TV's South African of the Year (SATY) Awards 2015, scheduled for 17 October of that year, was billed as the must-see, star-studded event that would finally merge local politics and international celebrity into a big lump of glitter-speckled happiness. Come the ceremony, no international stars showed up to entertain a select group of Gupta family insiders - just a bunch of local A- and B-listers, headlined by the ultimate C-lister: Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma. Here's why no big names performed, despite the

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ingwe Reach Super Cup Semis

[Nation] AFC Leopards on Monday reached the semis of the SportPesa Super Cup tourney after beating home side Singida United 5-4 on post match penalties at the Uhuru Stadium, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

[Nation] AFC Leopards on Monday reached the semis of the SportPesa Super Cup tourney after beating home side Singida United 5-4 on post match penalties at the Uhuru Stadium, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

NDP5 Aims to Eradicate Poverty and Inequality – Part 1

[New Era] Windhoek -The Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5), which was launched by President Hage Geingob last week is geared towards achieving the objectives and aspirations of Namibia’s long term plan for industrialisation, Vision 2030. In sequenc…

[New Era] Windhoek -The Fifth National Development Plan (NDP5), which was launched by President Hage Geingob last week is geared towards achieving the objectives and aspirations of Namibia's long term plan for industrialisation, Vision 2030. In sequence, NDP5 will be the third five-year implementation vehicle towards Vision 2030 and will be implemented from the financial year 2017/18 up until 2021/22.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia