Rugby – What the Springboks Can Learn From Joe Schmidt’s Ireland Turnaround

[Daily Maverick] Ireland are Six Nations champions again – with a game still to go. They face England at Twickenham next week, where they could wrap up the Grand Slam. Under coach Joe Schmidt’s tutelage, they have completed a remarkable turnaround from…

[Daily Maverick] Ireland are Six Nations champions again - with a game still to go. They face England at Twickenham next week, where they could wrap up the Grand Slam. Under coach Joe Schmidt's tutelage, they have completed a remarkable turnaround from which all teams, especially the Springboks, could learn a lesson or two. By ANTOINETTE MULLER.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Looking Skyward Towards African Economic Integration

[Daily Maverick] The recipes for successful regional trade integration are well known. The challenge for policy makers lies in implementation, including accepting that the benefits are rarely instantaneous, showing a willingness to challenge special in…

[Daily Maverick] The recipes for successful regional trade integration are well known. The challenge for policy makers lies in implementation, including accepting that the benefits are rarely instantaneous, showing a willingness to challenge special interests, and making a genuine commitment to pan-African development rather than narrow national definitions of success. By TODD M. JOHNSON.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Deputy Minister John Jeffery – Learner Dialogue On Constitution Programme

[Govt of SA] Keynote Address by the Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, the Hon JH Jeffery, MP at the Learner Dialogue on the Constitution Programme, held at Vukuhambe Special School, Mdantsane, East London

[Govt of SA] Keynote Address by the Deputy Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, the Hon JH Jeffery, MP at the Learner Dialogue on the Constitution Programme, held at Vukuhambe Special School, Mdantsane, East London

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Govt Agencies Owe Keetmans Millions

[Namibian] GOVERNMENT agencies owe the Keetmanshoop Electricity Business Unit (Kebu) N$8,9 million in unpaid electricity bills, while parastatals owe the entity N$811 917.

[Namibian] GOVERNMENT agencies owe the Keetmanshoop Electricity Business Unit (Kebu) N$8,9 million in unpaid electricity bills, while parastatals owe the entity N$811 917.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Spirit Brewer Gets One Year to Clean Up Backyard Mess

[Daily News] THE Deputy Minister in the Vice-President’s Office (Union and Environment), Mr Kangi Lugola has given the Kilimanjaro Biochem Limited a year’s ultimatum to the spirit producing company here to complete research on how to treat water from i…

[Daily News] THE Deputy Minister in the Vice-President's Office (Union and Environment), Mr Kangi Lugola has given the Kilimanjaro Biochem Limited a year's ultimatum to the spirit producing company here to complete research on how to treat water from its factory in a bid to protect environment.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

CBN Liquidity Mop Up to Persist As N262 Billion Hits Interbank Market

[This Day] As part of its liquidity management system, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is expected to mop up excess liquidity from the banking sector as open market operations (OMO) bill worth N261.9 billion hit the system this week.

[This Day] As part of its liquidity management system, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) is expected to mop up excess liquidity from the banking sector as open market operations (OMO) bill worth N261.9 billion hit the system this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

FIRS Halts Implementation of Controversial Insurers Tax Law

[This Day] The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), has mandated its staff to halt the implementation of the sections of the controversial tax law that has brought untold hardship to insurers.

[This Day] The Federal Inland Revenue Service (FIRS), has mandated its staff to halt the implementation of the sections of the controversial tax law that has brought untold hardship to insurers.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria