Nishan Spurs to Transform Drives to Owner

[Addis Fortune] Nishan International Promotion & Development, a local promotion company, has introduced a new system which will enable employed drivers to have their own cars.

[Addis Fortune] Nishan International Promotion & Development, a local promotion company, has introduced a new system which will enable employed drivers to have their own cars.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Over 15 Tonnes of Fish Caught in Three Months

[ANGOP] Huambo -Over 15 tonnes of tilapia fish, catfish, among other species, were caught in the rivers and lakes of the central Huambo Province from January to March 2018, by artisanal fishermen, against 11.2 tonnes caught in the same period last year.

[ANGOP] Huambo -Over 15 tonnes of tilapia fish, catfish, among other species, were caught in the rivers and lakes of the central Huambo Province from January to March 2018, by artisanal fishermen, against 11.2 tonnes caught in the same period last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Seven Assemblers Vie to Render 387 Vehicles

[Addis Fortune] Out of the 11 local companies which showed an interest to supply 387 vehicles, only seven of them submitted their financial and technical offers to the Public Procurement & Property Disposal Service (PPPDS).

[Addis Fortune] Out of the 11 local companies which showed an interest to supply 387 vehicles, only seven of them submitted their financial and technical offers to the Public Procurement & Property Disposal Service (PPPDS).

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Why Legalising Marijuana Matters for Zimbabwe

[The Herald] Zimbabwe has legalised the growth of mbanje for medicinal and scientific research, making it one of only three countries in Africa to do so. Only Malawi and Lesotho have pipped Zimbabwe to the post. Hopefully, these are only the first, ten…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe has legalised the growth of mbanje for medicinal and scientific research, making it one of only three countries in Africa to do so. Only Malawi and Lesotho have pipped Zimbabwe to the post. Hopefully, these are only the first, tentative steps in a continent-wide trend, but time will tell.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Local Kick Boxers Win 29 Medals in Botswana

[Namibian] A group of 16 Namibian kick boxers won 13 gold, nine silver and seven bronze medals at the first African Continental Martial Arts Games held in Gaborone, Botswana on Friday and Saturday.

[Namibian] A group of 16 Namibian kick boxers won 13 gold, nine silver and seven bronze medals at the first African Continental Martial Arts Games held in Gaborone, Botswana on Friday and Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Country Open for Business, Not Strikes

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has been very clear in his vision and goal. He has called for collaboration among Zimbabweans, stressing that Zimbabwe’s economic recovery is not and cannot be a one-man job. He has gone further to appeal to outsiders f…

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has been very clear in his vision and goal. He has called for collaboration among Zimbabweans, stressing that Zimbabwe's economic recovery is not and cannot be a one-man job. He has gone further to appeal to outsiders for investment with his Zimbabwe is open for business pitch.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cooperation Addressing SMEs Concerns

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa City Administration Small and Middle manufacturing Industry Cluster Development Cooperation said efforts are underway to overcome the challenges of SMEs for manufacturing.

[Ethiopian Herald] Addis Ababa City Administration Small and Middle manufacturing Industry Cluster Development Cooperation said efforts are underway to overcome the challenges of SMEs for manufacturing.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Benefit From CBA Loans

[Daily News] TOUR Operators and Hoteliers in East Africa will now benefit from huge loans disbursed by the Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA), which intends to boost the travel and hospitality industries in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and South-Sudan.

[Daily News] TOUR Operators and Hoteliers in East Africa will now benefit from huge loans disbursed by the Commercial Bank of Africa (CBA), which intends to boost the travel and hospitality industries in Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and South-Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania