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Liberia: Govt Has 'Political Will' to Fix Education, Says Minister
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
In a recent interview with AllAfrica's Boakai Fofana, Liberia's education minister, Joseph Kortu, discussed the successes and challenges of rebuilding the country's educational system after a devastating civil war. What's your overall view of ... more

Somali pirates hijack Yemeni ship: Maritime group
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Somali pirates have hijacked a Yemeni cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden, a regional maritime group said on Tuesday, a day after sources said the gang holding a Saudi Arabian supertanker were demanding a $15 million ransom. Andrew Mwangura, coordinator ... more

US lauds Qatar's role in Darfur
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
MENAFN - The Peninsula) The US has lauded Qatar's initiative to help broker peace in Darfur and bring the sufferings of its people to an end. 'We are impressed with how Qatar has dealt with the issue,' Richard Williamson, the US Special Envoy to ... more

Nigeria: 'Revive Rural Allowances for Teachers'
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
A seasoned educationist and retired Permanent Secretary, Post Primary Education Board, PPEB, Mr. Stephen Akpiroroh has called on government to revive rural allowances for teachers as a way of encouraging teachers posted to serve in rural schools and ... more

Doubling their efforts for Africa
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Sonya and Bridget Sangster hold up a small globe to the camera lens as the photographer gets ready to snap another photo of the 25-year-old Tsawwassen twins. Their hands almost meet as they support the small sphere. Its a symbolic moment for the duo ... more

Zimbabwe rivals in new talks to end deadlock
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Zimbabwe's political rivals meet in South Africa on Tuesday for talks to end a political deadlock, amid mounting pressure from regional leaders for a deal to prevent the humanitarian crisis becoming still worse. Negotiators from President Robert ... more

Somali pirates hijack another ship
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
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Somali pirates hijack another ship
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Somali pirates are reported to have hijacked another ship in the Gulf of Aden. A regional maritime official has identified it as a Yemeni cargo ship, the MV Amani. Word of the latest attack at sea came 10 days after gunmen from Somalia seized a ... more

South Africa: Expert Warns of Water Crisis Leading to Instability
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Business Day (Johannesburg) THE controversial suspension of researcher Anthony Turton from the Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) over his damning report on the quality of our drinking water has brought the subject of water safety ... more

South Africa: Considered a Township Tour Package?
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Cape Argus (Cape Town) The SAPS, working with the City of Cape Town, will be on high alert during the peak tourist season to ensure the safety of visitors on township tours, after incidents in recent years in which tour groups were attacked. The ... more


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Tullow Oil discovers hydrocarbons offshore Ghana
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Tullow Oil has announced that its Ebony-1 exploration well, located in the Shallow Water Tano license offshore Ghana, has intersected two hydrocarbon bearing intervals in Late Cretaceous turbidite sands. The Ebony-1 well was spudded and reached a ... more

S.Africa's rand edges up, stocks seen higher
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
JOHANNESBURG, Nov 25 (Reuters) - South Africa's rand ticked up on Tuesday, testing one-week highs touched the previous day as investors' appetite for riskier assets and equities was rekindled. Government bonds were steady ahead of domestic ... more

Kenya: UN-Backed Scheme Gives 3,000 Prisoners Clean Water and Sanitation
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
UN News Service (New York) Some 3,000 prisoners, staff and their families in Kenya will have access to clean water and basic sanitation thanks to a new United Nations-backed programme. The pilot Prisons Water Project will be rolled out in two towns ... more

Tanzanian Royalty enters into private placement subscription agreement with Van Tongeren Management LLC
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
anzanian Royalty (AMEX:TRE), a gold company, reported on 21 November that the company has signed a private placement subscription agreement with Van Tongeren Management LLC for 352,381 common shares at a price of CAD2.10 per share to raise ... more

DIARY - Egypt/Sudan - Nov 25
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
This diary is updated daily. New listings or amendments are marked *. All events/times provisional and in GMT (local time is GMT +2 for Egypt, adGMT +3 for Sudan). TODAY'S EVENTS KHARTOUM - Sudanese parliament votes on the 2009 budget. SUDAN - U.N. ... more

Zimbabwe crisis worse than feared, Carter says
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
JOHANNESBURG - Former president Jimmy Carter said yesterday that Zimbabwe's humanitarian crisis was far worse than he could have imagined and expressed dismay that President Robert Mugabe of Zimbabwe and his government refused to acknowledge the ... more

Shipping officials demand blockade of Somalia coast
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia - Shipping officials from around the world called yesterday for a military blockade along Somalia's coast to intercept pirate vessels heading out to sea. But NATO, which has four warships off the coast of Somalia, rejected ... more

BBC journalist Kate Peyton went to Somalia 'because she felt her job was at risk'
Moreover - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Kate Peyton was 'extremely popular' Photo: PA Kate Peyton, 39, from Beyton, in Sussex, had only just arrived in the capital Mogadishu in February 2005 when she was shot in the back outside a hotel. Her sister Rebecca, 36, told the inquest in Ipswich ... more

Zimbabwe rivals in S Africa talks
BBC News - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
imbabwe's rival parties are to hold talks aimed at ending the political deadlock, amid a growing humanitarian crisis. ... more

The jolly raja?
lobeandmail.com - Tuesday, November 25, 2008
ndia's success against Somali pirates shows its growing naval clout ... more

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