Long-Serving Officials Discharged

[Reporter] Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PHD) has retired five long-serving government officials and members of the Prime Minister’s advisory team today including the EPRDF’s old-guard and head of the Foreign Relations Strategic Research Institute, Sebhat…

[Reporter] Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed (PHD) has retired five long-serving government officials and members of the Prime Minister's advisory team today including the EPRDF's old-guard and head of the Foreign Relations Strategic Research Institute, Sebhat Nega aka Aboy Sebhat.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

An Indictment of the ANC’s Commitment to Governance

[Daily Maverick] When government misrepresents and lies, public trust is broken. And by concealing the Cabinet’s decision to launch an unprecedented national intervention in all of the North West government during last week’s public briefing on that me…

[Daily Maverick] When government misrepresents and lies, public trust is broken. And by concealing the Cabinet's decision to launch an unprecedented national intervention in all of the North West government during last week's public briefing on that meeting of the executive - a key regular entry in the political calendar, known as the "post-Cabinet briefing/statement" - President Cyril Ramaphosa's administration has led South Africans by the nose.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Die Heuwels Fantasties Release Rocking New Single and Greatest Hits Compilation

[News24Wire] Popular Afrikaans band in Die Heuwels Fantasties have released Alles Van Die Beste – a CD and DVD combo – that showcases a decade worth of highlights of their decade long career.

[News24Wire] Popular Afrikaans band in Die Heuwels Fantasties have released Alles Van Die Beste - a CD and DVD combo - that showcases a decade worth of highlights of their decade long career.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Foreign Affairs Ministry Names Alleged Killer of Nigeria’s Attaché in Sudan

[Guardian] The Foreign Affairs Ministry on Monday said the immigration attaché, Mr. Habibu Almu, who was murdered in Khartoum, Sudan on May 10, was killed by a Sudanese woman of Nigerian origin.

[Guardian] The Foreign Affairs Ministry on Monday said the immigration attaché, Mr. Habibu Almu, who was murdered in Khartoum, Sudan on May 10, was killed by a Sudanese woman of Nigerian origin.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘There’s Need to Rethink CBD Property Use’

[The Herald] There is need to rethink property uses in Harare’s central business district to match market trends and cushion the sector from growing voids, industry experts have said.

[The Herald] There is need to rethink property uses in Harare's central business district to match market trends and cushion the sector from growing voids, industry experts have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Journalist Helps Bust Ivory Dealers

[The Herald] An Australian journalist who entered into the country as a tourist gave away a syndicate of ivory dealers to the police after posing as a potential buyer.

[The Herald] An Australian journalist who entered into the country as a tourist gave away a syndicate of ivory dealers to the police after posing as a potential buyer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Middle-Power Country Partners for South Africa?

[ISS] After a decade in the foreign policy wilderness, South Africa is looking to reshape its global and African footprint. An Institute for Security Studies (ISS) analysis of international power suggests that under President Cyril Ramaphosa, South Afr…

[ISS] After a decade in the foreign policy wilderness, South Africa is looking to reshape its global and African footprint. An Institute for Security Studies (ISS) analysis of international power suggests that under President Cyril Ramaphosa, South Africa could benefit from fresh thinking on new peer-group partnerships.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

New Dispensation Real Boon for Tourism

[The Herald] Since the coming in of the new political dispensation in Zimbabwe, tourism receipts have dramatically increased and statistics from the Victoria Falls alone, can confirm, captains of the tourism industry have said.

[The Herald] Since the coming in of the new political dispensation in Zimbabwe, tourism receipts have dramatically increased and statistics from the Victoria Falls alone, can confirm, captains of the tourism industry have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe