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2012-03-13 05:48:19 Teachers Strike in Nyala [Radio Dabanga] Nyala - Teaching staff in Nyala protested the non-payment of salaries for the past six months for almost 5,000 employees of various institutions.

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Saturday, 01-31-15, 12:27Cholera Outbreak in Northern Mozambique[The Herald]Maputo -According to local media yesterday, the health director in the province of Nampula, Armindo Tonela, said that the cases of severe diarrhoea in the province recorded since December were caused by cholera, raising concerns in the provincial capital, Nampula City and some other districts.
Saturday, 01-31-15, 12:16Guinea Overcome Ebola Stigma to Shine at Afcon[allAfrica]Guinea have overcome a lot to reach the quarter-finals of the African Nations Cup, so much in fact that they might feel it is written in the stars that they should advance to this year's final.
Saturday, 01-31-15, 12:03Algeria's Injured Stars Recover Ahead of Cote d'Ivoire Clash[allAfrica]Algeria coach Christian Gourcuff says he hopes to have three of his big names available for Sunday's African Nations Cup quarter-final against Cote d'Ivoire in Malabo after injury scares hit the squad this week.
Saturday, 01-31-15, 11:56Zambia Poll Was Fair - TIZ[Zambia Reports]Transparency International Zambia has described the 2015 presidential elections as largely fair and that the results management by the Electoral Commission of Zambia was credible and marched with its Parallel Voter Tabulation results.
Saturday, 01-31-15, 9:51BCI Instals ATMs in 28 Galp Service Stations[AIM]Maputo -BCI and Petrogal Mozambique will install a network of 28 ATMs in several Galp service stations in the country following an agreement signed last week between the two institutions.

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