Assar, South Sudanese Delegation Discuss Bilateral Cooperation

[Egypt Online] Minister of State for Military Production Mohamed el Assar discussed on Thursday 18/1/2018 with a South Sudanese delegation led by Deputy Mayor of Juba Francis Michael means of boosting bilateral cooperation.

[Egypt Online] Minister of State for Military Production Mohamed el Assar discussed on Thursday 18/1/2018 with a South Sudanese delegation led by Deputy Mayor of Juba Francis Michael means of boosting bilateral cooperation.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Soccer – Chan2018 – Love Cabungula Confident About National Team’s Victory

[ANGOP] Agadir -The former Angolan international player, member of the National Football Team’s technical group, Love Cabungula, believes in the squad’s victory over Cameroon, this Saturday, for the second round of the African Nations Cup for Home-base…

[ANGOP] Agadir -The former Angolan international player, member of the National Football Team's technical group, Love Cabungula, believes in the squad's victory over Cameroon, this Saturday, for the second round of the African Nations Cup for Home-based Players (CHAN), happening in Morocco.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Oldest Public Schools Get Major Facelift

[Daily News] A MINISTER in the President’s Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, TAMISEMI, Mr Seleman Jafo, yesterday expressed his satisfaction over the good refurbishment of the oldest public secondary schools countrywide.

[Daily News] A MINISTER in the President's Office, Regional Administration and Local Government, TAMISEMI, Mr Seleman Jafo, yesterday expressed his satisfaction over the good refurbishment of the oldest public secondary schools countrywide.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Sanparks Plans to Shoo Zim Cattle Out of Mapungubwe National Park

[Daily Maverick] South African National Parks is mulling plans to hire more livestock rangers on quadbikes to shepherd Zimbabwean cattle out of the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site. By TONY CARNIE.

[Daily Maverick] South African National Parks is mulling plans to hire more livestock rangers on quadbikes to shepherd Zimbabwean cattle out of the Mapungubwe National Park and World Heritage Site. By TONY CARNIE.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tourist Train Station in the Pipeline

[Daily News] Sumbawanga -IN a bid to boost the country’s revenue through tourism, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism envisages to construct a special train station and visitor information centre projects.

[Daily News] Sumbawanga -IN a bid to boost the country's revenue through tourism, the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism envisages to construct a special train station and visitor information centre projects.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Stormzy Partners Nokia to Boost New Music Video

[This Day] Nokia 8 has been announced as the official technology partner for Stormzy’s new music video, capturing real moments throughout the day as part of its Unite For initiative idea.

[This Day] Nokia 8 has been announced as the official technology partner for Stormzy's new music video, capturing real moments throughout the day as part of its Unite For initiative idea.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Gombwe, a Gaffa Manifesto – Winky D

[263Chat] Ninja President, Winky D who has made a name for himself by churning out songs that tackle social issues, believes his new offing- Gombwe- set for release on the 2nd of February is a message of courage to ghetto youths- packaged as a gaffa ma…

[263Chat] Ninja President, Winky D who has made a name for himself by churning out songs that tackle social issues, believes his new offing- Gombwe- set for release on the 2nd of February is a message of courage to ghetto youths- packaged as a gaffa manifesto.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rural-Urban Migration Returns to the Limelight

[Daily News] POPULATION growth and rural-urban migration are challenges which governments worldwide must address through proper planning and management of cities as global estimates show that 50 per cent of the population will constituteurban dwellers …

[Daily News] POPULATION growth and rural-urban migration are challenges which governments worldwide must address through proper planning and management of cities as global estimates show that 50 per cent of the population will constituteurban dwellers by the year 2030.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania