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NICE SHARES ARE ON SALE

The National Insurance Corporation of Eritrea (NICE) has distributed forms as regards the sale of shares, which opportunity has become claimable for nationals as of January 1st.

Mr. Zeru Woldemichael, the Manager of the Corporation, explained that the form is accessible at the head office or its official website www.nice-eritrea.com, and that applicants should attach related bank advice with filled forms. Accordingly, the Corporation has opened special accounts at the Housing and Commerce Bank, as well as the Commercial Bank of Eritrea so as to serve the purpose.

Pointing out that one share is being sold at USD 7, Mr. Zeru disclosed that individuals can buy up to 50,000 shares, while businesses and Associations can purchase up to 500,000, given 20 as the smaller permissible number of shares for sales. The currency of transaction is the USD and payments should be done through the new accounts at the two Banks, he added.
From AllAfrica

HORN OF AFRICA ACACIA SAVANNAS

About the Area
Temperatures are mild year-round on the Horn of Africa and rainfall isn’t sufficient to sustain lush tropical rain forests.
The area thus comprises mainly bush land and thicket, with a gradation to semi-desert grasslands and shrub lands in the driest places. These woodlands and nearby grasslands and desert support many endemic dryland plants.
Several endemic species are found in the more mesic habitats found along the Jubba and Shabelle, the only permanent rivers in the area.
Size: 1,053,000 sq. km (407,000 sq. miles)
Habitat type:
Tropical and Subtropical Grasslands, Savannas, and Shrublands
Geographic Location: 
Eastern Africa: Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan
Conservation Status:
Vulnerable
Local Species
Birds include Degodi lark (Mirafra degodiensis), short-billed crombec (Sylvietta philippae), and bulo burti bush-shrike (Laniarius liberatus).
Mammals endemic to this ecoregion include the African wild ass (Equus africanus somaliensis), Speke’s gazelle (Gazella spekei), hirola (Damaliscus hunteri), dibatag (Ammodorcus clarkei), Grevy’s zebra (Equus grevyi), naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus glaber), and Hunter’s hartebeest (Damaliscus hunteri).
Also seen here is a unique species of hedgehog, known by the Latin name Atelerix sclateri, moving quickly through the night.
Endemic reptiles include Taylor’s strange agama (Xenagama taylori), similar agama (Agama persimilis), Atractaspis scorteccii, and Parker’s leaf-toed gecko (Hemidactylus megalops).
From  WWF

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