How Thinking Like a CEO Will Make You Succeed in PR

[Zimbabwe Standard] Organisations thrive on excellent leadership. That should be a given, especially when the CEO knows how to effectively use the human resources at his disposal. In past articles, we have shown why it is important for the public relat…

[Zimbabwe Standard] Organisations thrive on excellent leadership. That should be a given, especially when the CEO knows how to effectively use the human resources at his disposal. In past articles, we have shown why it is important for the public relations function to be placed at the decision-making table.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Church Outrage Against Spanking Aids Violence Against South Africa’s Children

[The Conversation Africa] Some churches and Christian lobbies are outraged by a groundbreaking South African court ruling on 19th October 2017 that outlaws the spanking of children. The court found that the common law defence of spanking as a “reasonab…

[The Conversation Africa] Some churches and Christian lobbies are outraged by a groundbreaking South African court ruling on 19th October 2017 that outlaws the spanking of children. The court found that the common law defence of spanking as a "reasonable and moderate chastisement" of a child in the home is unconstitutional.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

U.S. $891,000 – Fishing Gear to Be Seized, Destroyed

[Daily News] THE Minister for Livestock and Fisheries, Mr Luhaga Mpina, has ordered that illegal fishing gear worth 2bn/- seized in Ukerewe islands in Mwanza Region be confiscated and destroyed.

[Daily News] THE Minister for Livestock and Fisheries, Mr Luhaga Mpina, has ordered that illegal fishing gear worth 2bn/- seized in Ukerewe islands in Mwanza Region be confiscated and destroyed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

KZN Town Without Water for Three Years

[GroundUp] Communal taps in Willowfontein south-west of Pietermaritzburg, have been dry for three years. Residents are dependent on tankers that deliver water once a week. Some people use dirty water from the Zikizi River. Some have dug boreholes to su…

[GroundUp] Communal taps in Willowfontein south-west of Pietermaritzburg, have been dry for three years. Residents are dependent on tankers that deliver water once a week. Some people use dirty water from the Zikizi River. Some have dug boreholes to supply their homes.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

MP Lucius Banda Pleased With Govt for Construction of Balaka-Khwisa-Bilira Road

[Nyasa Times] Member of Parliament for Balaka North, Lucious Banda on Friday commended government for considering to build the Balaka – Khwisa – Bilira road which is currently under construction.

[Nyasa Times] Member of Parliament for Balaka North, Lucious Banda on Friday commended government for considering to build the Balaka - Khwisa - Bilira road which is currently under construction.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

No Land for Cattle Colonies in Our State, Benue Leaders Tell Buhari

[Premium Times] Prominent leaders from Benue State have told President Muhammadu Buhari that there is no land to allow for the establishment of cattle colonies as being proposed by the Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh.

[Premium Times] Prominent leaders from Benue State have told President Muhammadu Buhari that there is no land to allow for the establishment of cattle colonies as being proposed by the Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Malawi Police Arrest Suspected Murderer of Herd Boy in Mangochi

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in Mangochi have finally arrested, Ajidu Mdala, four months after his suspected accomplice, Yusuf Alick, was arrested for allegedly murdering a herd boy in the district.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in Mangochi have finally arrested, Ajidu Mdala, four months after his suspected accomplice, Yusuf Alick, was arrested for allegedly murdering a herd boy in the district.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi