Unknown Soldier – the Inglorious Nigerian Generals

[Fahamu] The sting in the comments by erstwhile British Prime Minister, David Cameron, describing Nigeria as “fantastically corrupt” will linger for a long time. Perhaps what makes the animadversion more jarring was that it was made within hearing dist…

[Fahamu] The sting in the comments by erstwhile British Prime Minister, David Cameron, describing Nigeria as "fantastically corrupt" will linger for a long time. Perhaps what makes the animadversion more jarring was that it was made within hearing distance of Nigeria's supposed incorruptible leader, President Buhari. The throng of hierophants eager to define Nigeria's identity before its youth can shape their own destiny, capitalised on the nation's perceived weakness. Nigeria was described as a nation of huts (Don

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

ICTs Transform Cape Town Into SA’s Smartest, Safest City

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -IN a country facing a myriad of challenges from border security, violent crime, cybercrime, traffic congestion and unemployment, Cape Town is testament information and communications technology (ICT) is the panacea for these ev…

[CAJ News] Johannesburg -IN a country facing a myriad of challenges from border security, violent crime, cybercrime, traffic congestion and unemployment, Cape Town is testament information and communications technology (ICT) is the panacea for these evils bedeviling South Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Call to Rename Facilities After Chiredzi Liberation Heroes

[CAJ News] Chiredzi -RESIDENTS of Chiredzi in south-eastern Zimbabwe have appealed to government to rename key facilities after local liberation heroes. The appeal came as the country celebrated 38 years on independence on Wednesday.

[CAJ News] Chiredzi -RESIDENTS of Chiredzi in south-eastern Zimbabwe have appealed to government to rename key facilities after local liberation heroes. The appeal came as the country celebrated 38 years on independence on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nation Retains Dividend at Sh10 a Share

[Nation] Nation Media Group (NMG) maintained its total dividend payout at Sh10 per share for the sixth year in a row after weathering a tough 2017 — that was characterised by weak macroeconomic conditions and challenging trading environment — to prod…

[Nation] Nation Media Group (NMG) maintained its total dividend payout at Sh10 per share for the sixth year in a row after weathering a tough 2017 -- that was characterised by weak macroeconomic conditions and challenging trading environment -- to produce a solid outcome.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenya Doesn’t Have a Flu Vaccine Policy. Why It Needs One for Babies

[The Conversation Africa] Each year the World Health Organisation gathers data on influenza strains and recommends which strains countries should include in formulating vaccines for the next year.

[The Conversation Africa] Each year the World Health Organisation gathers data on influenza strains and recommends which strains countries should include in formulating vaccines for the next year.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya