Birth Certificates’ System Under Trial

[Daily News] The Registration Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA) has adopted BRS4G, a sophisticated technological system that smoothens the process of issuing birth certificates.

[Daily News] The Registration Insolvency and Trusteeship Agency (RITA) has adopted BRS4G, a sophisticated technological system that smoothens the process of issuing birth certificates.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

NAFDAC Warns Against Fraudsters, Debunks Recruitment Rumours

[This Day] Abuja -The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), has refuted on-going rumours that the Agency is accepting applications for onward recruitment.

[This Day] Abuja -The National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control (NAFDAC), has refuted on-going rumours that the Agency is accepting applications for onward recruitment.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Chinese Firm Eyes Walvis Bay Natural Gas Plant

[New Era] Walvis Bay -The Walvis Bay Town Council has in principle granted a Chinese investor who wants to set up a multi-million dollar natural gas plant at Namibia’s main harbour town 20,000 square metres of land.

[New Era] Walvis Bay -The Walvis Bay Town Council has in principle granted a Chinese investor who wants to set up a multi-million dollar natural gas plant at Namibia's main harbour town 20,000 square metres of land.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Mop Up, Damage Assessments Following Major Cape Storm

[News24Wire] Mopping up and assessments were underway around Cape Town on Thursday after 24 schools and 827 informal dwellings were damaged in a major storm which wreaked havoc across the province on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] Mopping up and assessments were underway around Cape Town on Thursday after 24 schools and 827 informal dwellings were damaged in a major storm which wreaked havoc across the province on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Q&A – Jill Farrant On Breeding Drought-Resistant Crops

[Al Jazeera] Jill Farrant first learned about resurrection plants when she was nine years old. A dead plant she had seen on her family’s farm in Limpopo, South Africa, had come back to life after it had rained. “The ded [sic] plant on the rocks was ali…

[Al Jazeera] Jill Farrant first learned about resurrection plants when she was nine years old. A dead plant she had seen on her family's farm in Limpopo, South Africa, had come back to life after it had rained. "The ded [sic] plant on the rocks was alive, but Dad said it was too soon after the rain," she wrote in her diary.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa