Brewing War Over Tourism

[This Day] The decision of the National Assembly to make the federal government the sole regulator of the tourism industry has unsettled many governors who believe that the move is an encroachment on the powers of the states under the constitution?.

[This Day] The decision of the National Assembly to make the federal government the sole regulator of the tourism industry has unsettled many governors who believe that the move is an encroachment on the powers of the states under the constitution?.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

NTSA to Fine Applicants for Late Collection of Logbooks

[Nation] Kenyans who fail to collect their vehicle logbooks on time will now be charged Sh500 per month, National Transport and Safety Authority Director-General Francis Meja has said.

[Nation] Kenyans who fail to collect their vehicle logbooks on time will now be charged Sh500 per month, National Transport and Safety Authority Director-General Francis Meja has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

NECO Certificates Now Globally Recognised, Says Okebukola

[This Day] Minna -A former Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Peter Okebukola, has disclosed that the certificates being issued by the National Examinations Council (NECO) is “now globally recognised.”

[This Day] Minna -A former Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Peter Okebukola, has disclosed that the certificates being issued by the National Examinations Council (NECO) is "now globally recognised."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Bids World Good Bye At UN General Assembly

[FrontPageAfrica] United Nations, New York -Two impactful addresses heralded the start of the 72nd United General Assembly Tuesday – U.S. President Donald Trump spoke the world body for the first time since his election, and Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Afri…

[FrontPageAfrica] United Nations, New York -Two impactful addresses heralded the start of the 72nd United General Assembly Tuesday - U.S. President Donald Trump spoke the world body for the first time since his election, and Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, Africa's first woman head of state bid farewell, marking the historic closing of one of the high points of her presidency, a much-heralded foreign policy.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

ANC Condemns Torching of University Buildings

[News24Wire] The ANC has condemned in “the harshest possible terms” the torching of several buildings of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology’s (CPUT) campuses in Bellville and Mowbray.

[News24Wire] The ANC has condemned in "the harshest possible terms" the torching of several buildings of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology's (CPUT) campuses in Bellville and Mowbray.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cultural Troupes Successful in Strengthening People, Economic Ties – Ministry

[Ethiopian Herald] Cultural troupes travelled to various countries have carried out successful missions in consolidating Ethiopia’s people-to-people and economic ties with the respective countries, Ministry of Culture and Tourism says.

[Ethiopian Herald] Cultural troupes travelled to various countries have carried out successful missions in consolidating Ethiopia's people-to-people and economic ties with the respective countries, Ministry of Culture and Tourism says.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Call for Cultural Policy Media Popularization

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ministry of Culture and Tourism called on the media to popularize the revised cultural policy aimed at nurturing the constitutionally-guaranteed equal recognition of cultures and languages of Ethiopia.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ministry of Culture and Tourism called on the media to popularize the revised cultural policy aimed at nurturing the constitutionally-guaranteed equal recognition of cultures and languages of Ethiopia.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Wrapping Up the Last Decade of Development

[Ethiopian Herald] We have now embarked on the last year of the first Ethiopian decade into the third millennium. The world has changed a lot since the end of the last millennium with international politics and economics taking radical twists. Especial…

[Ethiopian Herald] We have now embarked on the last year of the first Ethiopian decade into the third millennium. The world has changed a lot since the end of the last millennium with international politics and economics taking radical twists. Especially, the last quarter of a century or so has seen unprecedented rapid changes in Information and communication technologies and subsequent new economic and political orders. Globalization is becoming a reality as we are witnessing a lot of changes due to it everyday.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia