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Jos City To Host 1st National Dog Show

The city of Jos, Plateau, is set to host the first National Dog Show in Nigeria, Dr. Segun Olomo, has said. Olomo, who is the Chairman, Local Organising Committee for the event, disclosed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Jos. According to him, the show is designed to evaluate pure
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Zimbabwe Police Give Unions Green Light For Public Sector Protest

Zimbabwe police have given public sector workers permission to march for better pay on Wednesday in what is widely seen as a test of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s willingness to tolerate dissent. A notice received from police by the Apex Council of public sector unions said the protest could go ahead but also warned that police
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Shoprite’s USave Viable In S.Africa’s Troubled Economy

In a bright spot amid South Africa’s economic woes, Shoprite Holdings managed a 7.3% rise in quarterly revenue as shoppers turned to its discount unit USave. While its international operations saw sales fall 4.9% hurt by currency devaluations and anti-immigrant attacks, the supermarket operator reported a 10.3% rise in South Africa for the three months
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Pirates Kidnap Four Crew From Greek Oil Tanker Off Togo

Pirates attacked a Greek oil tanker off the coast of Togo on Monday and fled after taking four crew members as hostages, the West African nation’s navy and Greek authorities said, two days after a similar attack in the waters of neighbouring Benin. Of the missing crew members, two are Filipinos, one is Greek and
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Educationist Tasks Teachers On New Teaching Methods

An Ilorin-based educationist, Mr. Muhideen Lawal, has advised teachers to adopt and develop new teaching techniques to reflect a changing world. Lawal, in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday in Ilorin, noted that the purpose of schooling was to prepare students for success after graduation. According to him, schools need
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Kosmos Energy Discovers Oil Off Equatorial Guinea

U.S. oil company Kosmos Energy has made an oil discovery at its S-5 well offshore of Equatorial Guinea, hitting 39 metres of net oil play, the Ministry of Mines and Hydrocarbons said on Sunday. “We are very excited about the results of the S-5 well, the first well drilled in this ongoing exploration campaign,” oil
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Mauritius’ PM Spells Out Achievements Ahead Of Nov. 7 Poll

Mauritius’ leader Pravind Kumar Jugnauth is banking on accomplishments like a minimum wage law to win a general election on Thursday but could face a tough challenge from two opponents promising to end graft and higher retirement benefits, REUTERS reports. The Indian Ocean Island nation, which prides itself on a history of political stability in
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Benin Gov’t To Open Investigation Into Abduction Of 9 People By Pirates

Benin authorities have opened an investigation after pirates abducted nine people from a Norwegian-flagged boat off the coast of the West African nation, the port of Cotonou said. The pirates boarded the vessel, which is owned by Norwegian shipping firm J.J. Ugland, while it was at anchor on Saturday off the coast. All those on
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MP Says US Incapable Of Taking Military Action Against Iran

Making the remarks in western Ilam province on the sidelines of the Nov. 4 rallies, which marks the US embassy takeover in Tehran by students in 1979, Naghavi Hosseinin said “after the Islamic Revolution, Americans made every effort to counter the Iranian nation and to halt its development, but the Islamic Republic was different from the Pahlavi
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83 Militants Killed In Sinai

Egyptian security forces have killed 83 militants in operations in central and North Sinai over the past month, the military said on Monday. The military also said forces detained 61 criminal suspects and found and detonated 376 explosive devices during the period, which it dated from Sept. 28, Asharq Al-Awsat reports. One officer and two […]
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