‘Govt Lying, GMOs Harmless’

[New Zimbabwe] A UZ professor, Christopher Chetsanga, has rubbished claims that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are dangerous to humanity, describing the assertion as an outright lie.

[New Zimbabwe] A UZ professor, Christopher Chetsanga, has rubbished claims that genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are dangerous to humanity, describing the assertion as an outright lie.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Signs MoU With International Magazine Company

[Ghana Govt.] The Minister for Information, Mr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on behalf of the Government of Ghana with an Annual International Magazine called The Business Year.

[Ghana Govt.] The Minister for Information, Mr Mustapha Abdul-Hamid, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on behalf of the Government of Ghana with an Annual International Magazine called The Business Year.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Command Agriculture Stand Popular

[The Herald] The Command Agriculture stand has become one of the popular places at the on-going Harare Agricultural Show with farmers visiting in large numbers to learn about the programme, get advice and expertise on farming.

[The Herald] The Command Agriculture stand has become one of the popular places at the on-going Harare Agricultural Show with farmers visiting in large numbers to learn about the programme, get advice and expertise on farming.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Comesa Seeks Integrated Transport System

[The Herald] The Common market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) is in a process of setting up a modern railway technology known as the Futran System, an automated system that can take a payload of up to 10 tonnes. According to the regional bloc…

[The Herald] The Common market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) is in a process of setting up a modern railway technology known as the Futran System, an automated system that can take a payload of up to 10 tonnes. According to the regional bloc, initial testing of the system is being done with a 3-tonne payload at the Milotek external test facility in South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Boxing Fans Await Own Version Of Mayweather, McGregor Bout

[The Herald] In a week that the sporting world has been held spellbound by a mixed martial artist, Connor McGregor, who will plunge into action against Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas, Zimbabwe will have its version of such an intriguing contest tomorrow…

[The Herald] In a week that the sporting world has been held spellbound by a mixed martial artist, Connor McGregor, who will plunge into action against Floyd Mayweather in Las Vegas, Zimbabwe will have its version of such an intriguing contest tomorrow night.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

8 Ways to Save Landfill Space By Recycling in Seychelles

[Seychelles News Agency] Nearly all – 90 percent – of the waste in Seychelles ends up in the landfill, and the total amount is rising by 3 percent every year. According to the Seychelles Sustainable Development Strategy (2012-2020), the 93,000 inhabita…

[Seychelles News Agency] Nearly all - 90 percent - of the waste in Seychelles ends up in the landfill, and the total amount is rising by 3 percent every year. According to the Seychelles Sustainable Development Strategy (2012-2020), the 93,000 inhabitants of the archipelago in the western Indian Ocean generate about 48,000 tonnes of waste per year.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Heritage Exhibitions Alluring Inbound Tourists

[Ethiopian Herald] As Ethiopia took part in international heritage exhibitions, the country’s tourism sector has seen growth in terms of tourist inflow, says Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage.

[Ethiopian Herald] As Ethiopia took part in international heritage exhibitions, the country's tourism sector has seen growth in terms of tourist inflow, says Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Is Parliament Getting the Executive On Track?

[Ethiopian Herald] While some suggest that the House of Peoples’ Representatives, the highest legislative body in the country, is not getting tough on overseeing the executive organ, MPs argue it is starting to put pressure on the organ to address publ…

[Ethiopian Herald] While some suggest that the House of Peoples' Representatives, the highest legislative body in the country, is not getting tough on overseeing the executive organ, MPs argue it is starting to put pressure on the organ to address public grievances.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia