Foreign Investors Told to Avoid Politics

[New Zimbabwe] Foreign companies intending to invest in Zimbabwe must avoid political engagements or commentary as State security agents “will employ heavy-handed methods on them”, an international business company has said.

[New Zimbabwe] Foreign companies intending to invest in Zimbabwe must avoid political engagements or commentary as State security agents "will employ heavy-handed methods on them", an international business company has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Union to Boost Coffee Export

[Ethiopian Herald] The Bench Maji Forest Coffee Producer Farmers’ Cooperative Union said it is working to increase its coffee supply to international market by 30 percent.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Bench Maji Forest Coffee Producer Farmers' Cooperative Union said it is working to increase its coffee supply to international market by 30 percent.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Premier’s Resignation Good Lesson to African Leaders – Experts

[Ethiopian Herald] Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn submitted his resignation as Prime Minister of Ethiopia and EPRDF chairperson last week. He also said his resignation would give new impetus on the ongoing government’s efforts of ensuring sustain…

[Ethiopian Herald] Prime Minister Hailemariam Dessalegn submitted his resignation as Prime Minister of Ethiopia and EPRDF chairperson last week. He also said his resignation would give new impetus on the ongoing government's efforts of ensuring sustainable peace and stability in the country. How experts view his decision?

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Price Hikes Will Not Force Govt Salary Review – Finance Minister

[New Zimbabwe] Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has ruled out any immediate salary increase for civil servants following a wave of price increases in the country from late last year.

[New Zimbabwe] Finance Minister Patrick Chinamasa has ruled out any immediate salary increase for civil servants following a wave of price increases in the country from late last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

EAC Court Dismisses Appeal Over Epa Signing Injunction

[Daily News] THE East African Council appellate division has dismissed an appeal filed by Castro Pius from Tanzania with cost. The Tanzanian whose application was seeking for an injunction to stop the EAC partner states which had not signed the Europea…

[Daily News] THE East African Council appellate division has dismissed an appeal filed by Castro Pius from Tanzania with cost. The Tanzanian whose application was seeking for an injunction to stop the EAC partner states which had not signed the European Partnership Agreement (EPA) not to sign the same and those who had signed, to stop them from carrying out any further procedures and processes.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

PTCIJ Launches Fact-Checking Websites, Dubawa, Udeme

[Premium Times] The Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism, PTCIJ, will today launch two fact checking sites designed further promote transparency and deepen the democratic space.

[Premium Times] The Premium Times Centre for Investigative Journalism, PTCIJ, will today launch two fact checking sites designed further promote transparency and deepen the democratic space.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Floods Displace Thousands

[CAJ News] Maputo -Humanitarian organisations are making frantic efforts to assist thousands of Mozambicans recently displaced by floods that killed at least 14 people.

[CAJ News] Maputo -Humanitarian organisations are making frantic efforts to assist thousands of Mozambicans recently displaced by floods that killed at least 14 people.

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Roles of Insurance in Reducing Uncertainties

[Ethiopian Herald] The economy of Ethiopia is dominated by small-scale farming that is a source of food, raw materials for agribusinesses and employment opportunities for 85 percent of the population. The small-scale farming has also a lion’s share for…

[Ethiopian Herald] The economy of Ethiopia is dominated by small-scale farming that is a source of food, raw materials for agribusinesses and employment opportunities for 85 percent of the population. The small-scale farming has also a lion's share for export earnings though it has been characterized by rainfed and subsistence. And when it faces extreme weather, farmers incur considerable losses that result in negative economic impact. Hence, to overcome the problem, providing insurance services for the farmers has been take

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Ethics During Crisis – From Missed Chances to Neighbor-Love

[Ethiopian Herald] If I could recommend only one article from a foreign author to address Ethiopia’s current situation, it would be Donald Levine’s 2007 essay “Ethiopia’s Missed Chances” in *Interpreting Ethiopia*, which I edited with Professor Levine …

[Ethiopian Herald] If I could recommend only one article from a foreign author to address Ethiopia’s current situation, it would be Donald Levine’s 2007 essay “Ethiopia’s Missed Chances” in *Interpreting Ethiopia*, which I edited with Professor Levine soon before his death.