Castel Malawi Confess Producing Poor Taste Carlsberg Green Beer

[Nyasa Times] After a long and loud cry of the poor taste of Carlsberg Green beer by the imbibers, Castel Malawi has finally heard the cries and has come out to acknowledge the substandard production of the brand.

[Nyasa Times] After a long and loud cry of the poor taste of Carlsberg Green beer by the imbibers, Castel Malawi has finally heard the cries and has come out to acknowledge the substandard production of the brand.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

British Envoy Takes Back Toxic Tweets

British High Commissioner Fergus Cochrrane-Dyet has blamed his blamed his social media troubles on media manipulation. A subdued Dyet fell back on his hard hitting anti-government tweets that have landed him in trouble with government. Foreign Affairs Minister Joe Malanji … Continued

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British High Commissioner Fergus Cochrrane-Dyet has blamed his blamed his social media troubles on media manipulation. A subdued Dyet fell back on his hard hitting anti-government tweets that have landed him in trouble with government. Foreign Affairs Minister Joe Malanji summoned Dyet for a talk over with the British envoy softening his stance. “The relationship between the British government and government of Zambia is a good one and a very good, his office and mine are nearby, if there is an issue he can call and we discuss†said Dyet. “The way it originates (online publication) is to distort information very much in order to cause a roar, my tweets have been manipulated by punctuation to suggest that I was associated the Minister of information Dora Siliya, which was not correct†he said. The British envoy however, maintained that corruption levels in Zambia are alarming and have a potential to reduce investor confidence to international firms intending to invest in Zambia. “There is corruption in this country and quite serious and the government is tackling that and that information that the minister has shared with me is re-assuring and very welcome, high corruption levels are eroding investor confidence†said Dyet. “Freedom of the media and you know the UK and the rest of the European Union, we believe very passionate about the freedom of the media, freedom expression. However, there are responsibilities on Journalists and I think it is important for media personnel to act responsibly in order to avoid tarnishing the image of the media in Zambia†he said. And Mr. Malanji has assured the High commissioner that systems are in place to ensure that corrupt activities are addressed because no responsible government takes pride in the misuse of its national resources. “There is no president who can say corruption must come on board when he knows that is a cancer, whichever country you go to corruption is a cancer. It goes the opposite direction of development. It is only prudent that Freedom of expression must not be abused, because very soon the Law will catch up with you,†said MalanjiI. The post British Envoy Takes Back Toxic Tweets appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Ways to Expand Tunisia-UK Co-Operation Discussed As FM Meets Alistair Burt

[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui met Thursday in Tunis with United Kingdom’s Minister of State for Middle East and North Africa Alistair Burt who highlighted his country’s keenness to expand the relations of co-o…

[Tunis Afrique Presse] Tunis/Tunisia -Foreign Minister Khemaies Jhinaoui met Thursday in Tunis with United Kingdom's Minister of State for Middle East and North Africa Alistair Burt who highlighted his country's keenness to expand the relations of co-operation and partnership with Tunisia.

source: AllAfrica News: Tunisia

‘Bogus’ Doctor Released On Bail, Warned Not to Practise or Contact Patients

[News24Wire] A “bogus” doctor was warned not to contact any of his patients after the Bellville Magistrate’s Court released him on R5 000 bail on Thursday.

[News24Wire] A "bogus" doctor was warned not to contact any of his patients after the Bellville Magistrate's Court released him on R5 000 bail on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ethiopia Adds New Foreign Missions

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA- Ethiopia has expanded its foreign missions over the already ending fiscal year focusing on business diplomacy, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs told The Ethiopian Herald.

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA- Ethiopia has expanded its foreign missions over the already ending fiscal year focusing on business diplomacy, The Ministry of Foreign Affairs told The Ethiopian Herald.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Privatizing for Noble Cause!

[Ethiopian Herald] State ownership of public enterprises which Ethiopia has made almost a tradition over the last decades served the country beyond its natural life time. The current climate of business and investment favors private ownership. The size…

[Ethiopian Herald] State ownership of public enterprises which Ethiopia has made almost a tradition over the last decades served the country beyond its natural life time. The current climate of business and investment favors private ownership. The size of customers is enlarging at an unprecedented rate with ever emerging demands making the government unable to catch up with it.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Enterprise Secures 225,107,426 Million Birr From Toll Road

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA- A revenue amounting to over 225 million Birr has been collected from Addis-Adama expres sway, said Ethiopian Toll Road Enterprise.

[Ethiopian Herald] ADDIS ABABA- A revenue amounting to over 225 million Birr has been collected from Addis-Adama expres sway, said Ethiopian Toll Road Enterprise.

From State of Emergency to State of Optimism, Excitement

[Ethiopian Herald] So much has changed these days in the country than what was three months before. Breaking news is in good supply where eyes are fixed on social media networks waiting to get abreast on ongoing developments of reforms.

[Ethiopian Herald] So much has changed these days in the country than what was three months before. Breaking news is in good supply where eyes are fixed on social media networks waiting to get abreast on ongoing developments of reforms.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

A Speech Tailored to the Size of Horn

[Ethiopian Herald] Last Monday’s afternoon was so unique and yet historic for most Ethiopians, both home and abroad. But it may not put anyone on a hasty generalization if he/she concludes as the Day has also brought to light new generation of pan-Afri…

[Ethiopian Herald] Last Monday's afternoon was so unique and yet historic for most Ethiopians, both home and abroad. But it may not put anyone on a hasty generalization if he/she concludes as the Day has also brought to light new generation of pan-African statesman in an Ethiopian soil, notable as the embalm of PanAfricanism.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea