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2012-03-15 07:55:40 President Koroma Commissions ABCS in Tonkolili [Sierra Leone Government] Agriculture has been identified by government as a panacea for food self-sufficiency as well as empowering farmers to farm for business. To realize this dream, President Ernest Bai Koroma has commissioned 14 newly constructed and well-equipped Agricultural Business Centres (ABCs) in Tonkolili District by symbolically cutting the tape to the ABC at Rowala two miles off Magburaka town.

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Saturday, 05-02-15, 17:53'Open Salary Talks'[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has directed Secretary to the Cabinet Roland Msiska and other relevant Government officials to immediately open salary negotiations with Public Service unions.
Saturday, 05-02-15, 17:52U.S. Pledges Support to Agro Sector[Times of Zambia] THE American government has pledged continued support to Zambia's agriculture sector because it is vital to rural poverty reduction.
Saturday, 05-02-15, 17:33Unsafe Abortions Continue to Plague Kenya[IPS] Nairobi -She is just 14, but Janida avoids eye contact with others, preferring to look down at the ground and nodding her head if someone tries to engage her in conversation.
Saturday, 05-02-15, 17:32Blatant Decrease of State's Resources Due to Tax Evasion, UGTT Says[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -Secretary-General of the Tunisian General Labour Union (UGTT Hassine Abassi said, Friday, that the blatant decrease of the state's resources is due to tax evasion and unpaid contributions to social security.
Saturday, 05-02-15, 17:30Social Negotiations Related to Smag and Smig to Start Shortly - Habib Essid[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis -Prime Minister Habib Essid announced, Friday, that social negotiations related to the guaranteed agricultural minimum wage (SMAG) and the guaranteed interprofessional minimum wage (SMIG) will start shortly with the Employers' Organisation and the Tunisian General Labour Union.

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