COMMUNICATION | COMMUNICATION

16-Sep-2014 to 10:44

Namibia press leads with call for voting age reduction

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) – — Calls to reduce the voting age, teachers unhappy about the new school curriculum and claims by a newly formed political party made headlines in the Namibian press on Tuesday.

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16-Sep-2014 to 09:13

Lesotho crisis talks, Russian visit dominate Zimbabwe headlines

APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Top stories in Zimbabwe's media on Tuesday included efforts by southern African leaders to resolve Lesotho's political crisis and the visit by a high-powered Russian delegation.

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15-Sep-2014 to 10:48

CSO's caution to President Mutharika, others dominate Malawi newspapers

APA-Lilongwe (Malawi) — Cautioning of Malawi President Peter Mutharika by Local Civil Society Organisations (CSO's) and internal feuding among senior members of the People's Party (PP) are the main stories making headlines in the Malawi newspapers on Monday.

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15-Sep-2014 to 10:40

Nigerian press focuses crashed fighter jet, inflation, collapsed building

APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — The sighting of the Nigeria Air Force Alpha fighter jet which crashed on Friday, the rise in inflation, and the increase in the death toll in the collapsed Church building were the major items in Nigerian newspapers on Monday.

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14-Sep-2014 to 13:37

Missing jet, collapse podium headline Nigerian press

APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — The search for a fighter jet missing in action and the collapse of a podium at a political rally of the ruling People’s Democratic Party (PDP) emerged as major stories in Nigeria on Sunday.

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12-Sep-2014 to 13:04

Nigerian press focuses on force deployment, school resumption, Ebola cases

APA-Abuja (Nigeria) — The deployment of special combat soldiers to combat insurgents, criticism by principals of school resumption as new Ebola virus cases emerge, and the elders’ confirmation of Boko Haram’s threat to Maiduguri, Borno State, capital were the major focus of Nigerian newspapers on Friday.

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12-Sep-2014 to 11:06

Namibian press leads with fisheries dispute

APA-Windhoek (Namibia) – — The Fisheries Minister threatening to withhold fishing quotas, the Prime Minister irked by permanent secretaries’ absence, and police chief call for peaceful political campaigns are topic of interests in the Namibian press on Friday.

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