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Parliamentary News May 9
: Parliament Parts Ways With Former Head of Protection Services
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Umaru Sanda Amadu May 8
"If we don't hear from the NPP within a week on the assault on the Adom FM reporter, we at will not cover that political party again" - Bernard Avle, Director of News, Citi FM. Thanks, for leading us on this bold path. The Hajia Fati nonsense and others must end
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Parliamentary News May 8
Right to Information Law is solely not a political police but a mediator for the voiceless. This will make citizen have access to accurate information in the era of Fake News!!
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Parliamentary News May 8
There is a need for a unified voice to help curb abuse of Journalist. The best redeemer is RTI law.
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Parliamentary News May 8
Stakeholders Forum on Right to Information Bill is a step in a right direction. Thumbs up to the partners
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Parliamentary News Feb 23
Building citizens capacities on how works.
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Parliamentary News Feb 23
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Parliamentary News Feb 23
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Parliamentary News Feb 23
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Parliamentary News Feb 12
Pressure is mounting on South Africa's scandal-tarred president, Jacob Zuma, to leave office ahead of elections next year
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Parliamentary News Feb 9
South Africa: Parliament's Women's Caucus to Host Sex Work Summit .
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Parliamentary News Feb 9
Angola: Budgetary Allocation for Education and Health to Get Increase
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Parliamentary News Feb 9
DA calls for Parliament to schedule urgent sitting for no-confidence motion in Zuma
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Parliamentary News Feb 9
The monetary allocation for health and education sectors, in 's 2018 Draft , to be increased to enable also the recruitment of 20,000 new teachers for primary and secondary education, 1,500 physicians and 200 nursing and diagnostic technicians.
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Parliamentary News Feb 9
South Africa: Must Schedule Motion of No Confidence for Tuesday
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Parliamentary News Feb 9
Angola: Budgetary Allocation for Education and Health to Get Increase
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Parliamentary News Feb 9
Budgetary Allocation for Education and Health to Get Increase
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Parliamentary News Feb 8
Drones and helicopter to help police combat crimes, also the barracks project -Prez
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CitiNewsroom Feb 8
The network of roads is suffering from deliberate unproductive propaganda -
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Parliamentary News Feb 8
Gov't is working with various sectors to effect sanitation rules and regulations -Prez
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