South Africa will take part at the 51th International Trade Fair of Algiers (8-13 May 2018) with a national stand.

Almost twenty South African companies in various sectors (Agri-food, NTIC, construction, chemistry, packaging...) will be present at the event.

To the attention of the Algerian fellows and our friends:

The Algerian Cultural Week in South Africa will take place from the 1st to the 10th of May 2018, mainly in the city of Pretoria.

However, the main activities of this event will be organized from the 6th to the 10th of May.

The scheduled activities are:

- Screening of Algerian films;

- Artistic performance by the Algerian ballet "Fen Bladi";

- Music concert;

- Paintings exhibition;

- Photography exhibition;

- Lecture focused on the Algerian cinema.

Algeria will be also the Guest of Honour of South Africa in the celebration of "Africa Month" (May 2018).

The detailed programme of the Algerian Cultural Week will be nearly released.

The Algerian Community in South Africa, Botswana and Lesotho as welleas the friends are welcomed.

 

 

ALGIERS-President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Monday called for widespread use of modern techniques in agricultural irrigation and a better organization of the agricultural economy.

“Agricultural economy suffers weak structuring that exposes this key activity to speculation,” stressed the Head of State in a message read on his behalf by Justice Minister Tayeb Louh during the national Conference on agriculture.  

Therefore, “players in the sector are urged to attach further interest to their executives, notably chambers and professional associations, in order to preserve their interests and allow our society benefit from famers’ efforts and the fruits of their labor,” said the President.

As for irrigation, the Head of State deplored the fact that agriculture was largely dependent on rainfall despite the construction of many dams.

In this connection, he recommended a widespread use of modern irrigation and water economy techniques.

The Ministry of Agriculture, Local Development and Fishing announced that irrigated areas would increase to 2 million hectares nationwide by 2018 against 1.3 million currently.

Algeria has 80 operational dams including 4 delivered in 2017 while 5 others are being built and will be delivered by 2021 to heighten capacities to 9 billion m³.

According to the Water Resources Ministry, a programme of one million additional hectares of irrigated agricultural land will be implemented.

 

Monday, 23 April 2018 12:05

 

 

ALGIERS-President of the Republic Abdelaziz Bouteflika on Monday advocated the development of agri-food industries and the promotion of agricultural exports.

 

Monday, 23 April 2018 10:49

ALGIERS-Minister of Religious Affairs Mohamed Aissa on Sunday affirmed that the visit of a delegation of imams from the United States of America to Algeria was an opportunity to “present Algeria’s deradicalization experience.” 

 

Monday, 23 April 2018 09:28

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