Senators Worried Over Tourism, Agriculture…

[Cameroon Tribune] The Senate Chamber at the Yaounde Conference Centre was yesterday June 9, 2016, the venue for Senators to check government activities as prescribed by law. Senate President, Marcel Niat Njifenji, in the presence of the Vice Prime Min…

[Cameroon Tribune] The Senate Chamber at the Yaounde Conference Centre was yesterday June 9, 2016, the venue for Senators to check government activities as prescribed by law. Senate President, Marcel Niat Njifenji, in the presence of the Vice Prime Minister, Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Relations with the Assemblies, Amadou Ali, called the House to order and announced that the plenary session was for questions to the Executive. Seven cabinet ministers were grilled on issues patterning to tourism, agricult

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

End of Year Holidays Begin

[Cameroon Tribune] Activities for the 2015/2016 academic year are officially over. It is that period when pupils and students, as well as teachers are away from school. Thus, today nationwide, schools will formally take leave for the third and longest …

[Cameroon Tribune] Activities for the 2015/2016 academic year are officially over. It is that period when pupils and students, as well as teachers are away from school. Thus, today nationwide, schools will formally take leave for the third and longest holidays in the academic calendar. But those who are still writing official examinations will effectively begin holidays when they drop down their examination pens.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Senior Varsity Lecturer Off to Germany For a Economic Programme

[Namibia Economist] Dr. Thomas Fox, Senior Lecturer at the Sociology Department of the University of Namibia has been invited to participate in a group visit to Germany themed “The Sharing Economy” from 10 until 16 July, as part of the Visitors Program…

[Namibia Economist] Dr. Thomas Fox, Senior Lecturer at the Sociology Department of the University of Namibia has been invited to participate in a group visit to Germany themed "The Sharing Economy" from 10 until 16 July, as part of the Visitors Programme of the German Federal Government.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

World Blood Donor Day 2016 – Transfusion in Area of Acute Trauma

[Government of Mauritius] “Blood is indeed the most precious gift which a human being can offer to another human being. There can be no greater service to humanity than to offer one’s blood to save the life of another human being. The World Blood Donor…

[Government of Mauritius] "Blood is indeed the most precious gift which a human being can offer to another human being. There can be no greater service to humanity than to offer one's blood to save the life of another human being. The World Blood Donor Day is celebrated annually in order to acknowledge such generosity and humanity".

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Cosatu Mpumalanga to Lead a Protest March to Lily Mine in Barberton

[COSATU] The Congress of South African Trade Unions in Mpumalanga will stage a protest march to the Lily mine Management on the 12th June 2016. The purpose of the protest is to demand that the mine management prioritise the recovery of the three worker…

[COSATU] The Congress of South African Trade Unions in Mpumalanga will stage a protest march to the Lily mine Management on the 12th June 2016. The purpose of the protest is to demand that the mine management prioritise the recovery of the three workers who are still trapped underground since February 2016.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Electronic Wallets By the Million

[Namibia Economist] When banks worldwide are breaking their necks to launch appropriate mobile payment systems for retail clients, FNB Namibia has apparently hit it right on the head with their very popular eWallet.

[Namibia Economist] When banks worldwide are breaking their necks to launch appropriate mobile payment systems for retail clients, FNB Namibia has apparently hit it right on the head with their very popular eWallet.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

29 Percent of Youth Access Child Pornographic Content Online – Report

[Namibia Economist] A recent UNICEF study conducted in Namibia revealed that 29% of children surveyed from the ages of 13 to 17 have seen child pornographic content online. According to the report, 31% of them said that they had been sent sexually expl…

[Namibia Economist] A recent UNICEF study conducted in Namibia revealed that 29% of children surveyed from the ages of 13 to 17 have seen child pornographic content online. According to the report, 31% of them said that they had been sent sexually explicit images of people they did not know.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Water Requires N$24 Billion to Prevent Another Crisis

[Namibia Economist] The City of Windhoek and the Namibia Water Corporation will require large sums of money to ensure a constant supply of water to the central areas comprising Okahandja and Windhoek.

[Namibia Economist] The City of Windhoek and the Namibia Water Corporation will require large sums of money to ensure a constant supply of water to the central areas comprising Okahandja and Windhoek.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia