Archives - 04 november 2017
  • LEAD: Wydad Casablanca crowned 2017 CAF Champions League Champions
    04 november 2017 22:24:11
    Casablanca, Morocco (PANA) - Wydad Athletic Club of Casablanca, Morocco, on Saturday won the 2017 Total CAF Champions League when they beat Egyptian side Al Ahly 1-0 in the second-leg final match played at the Mohamed V Complex in Casablanca. Full text...
  • BREAKING NEWS: Wydad Casablanca win 2017 CAF Champions League
    04 november 2017 21:59:53
    Casablanca, Morocco (PANA) - Wydad Casablanca on Saturday won the 2017 CAF Champions League. Full text...
  • Outrage over attempts to ban Zuma book
    04 november 2017 16:40:22
    Cape Town, South Africa (PANA) – Two prominent organisations have slammed the government over calls to censor an explosive new books linking President Jacob Zuma to a widespread corruption. Full text...
  • UNAMID calls for collaborative approach to Darfur weapons collection in IDP camps
    04 november 2017 15:21:42
    Khartoum, Sudan (PANA) - The UN African Union Peace keeping mission in Darfur (UNAMID) has again called on the Sudanese government to avoid forceful entries into camps for internally displaced persons with the aim of collecting firearms from civilians, a part of a government arms collection campaign Full text...
  • Saturday's forex rates for Gambian Dalasi
    04 november 2017 12:39:45
    Banjul, Gambia (PANA) – The following are Saturday’s foreign exchange rates for the Gambian currency, the Dalasi (D), as published by Trust Bank Gambia ltd:Full text...
  • Wydad say it's 'suicidal' to defend 1st-leg scoreline against Ahly on Saturday
    04 november 2017 09:53:56
    Casablanca, Morocco (PANA) - Wydad Casablanca coach, Hussein Amotta, said it would be "suicidal" to try and defend the 1-1 CAF Champions League final first-leg draw when they meet Al Ahly again Saturday. Full text...
  • AfDB grants 122-million-euro loan for Tunisia's inclusive regional development
    04 november 2017 09:30:09
    Tunis, Tunisia (PANA) - The Board of Directors of the African Development Bank Group (AfDB) on Friday approved a loan of 122 million euros to Tunisia, to enable the north African country finance the second phase of its Regional Development Support Program, inclusive (PADRI-II). Full text...
  • 'Cameroon makes significant strides in social services, infrastructure' - new AfDB report
    04 november 2017 09:14:37
    Yaounde, Cameroon (PANA) - As the most robust economy in Central Africa, Cameroon, has in the past decade taken steps to further boost growth, making major advances in providing health, education and clean water, launching an ambitious infrastructure investment programme to become a middle-income country by 2035, according to the AfDB’s Cameroon Country Brief, released on 2 November 2017.Full text...

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