Maritime Sector, an Opportunity for Development & Growth in the Mediterranean (UFM)

[MAP] Barcelona -The Mediterranean region has a great potential to achieve a greater degree of maritime trade integration between both shores, which is critical to create conditions for increased employment, prosperity and stability ashore, the Union f…

[MAP] Barcelona -The Mediterranean region has a great potential to achieve a greater degree of maritime trade integration between both shores, which is critical to create conditions for increased employment, prosperity and stability ashore, the Union for the Mediterranean (UfM) said on the occasion of the celebration of World Maritime Day under the theme "Connecting Ships, Ports and People".

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Australia, Morocco Share Values of Cultural Diversity & Tolerance – Minister

[MAP] Canberra -Morocco and Australia share the values of cultural diversity, tolerance and coexistence, Australian Capital Territory’s (ACT) minister for Multicultural affairs, Rachel Stephen-Smith, said.

[MAP] Canberra -Morocco and Australia share the values of cultural diversity, tolerance and coexistence, Australian Capital Territory's (ACT) minister for Multicultural affairs, Rachel Stephen-Smith, said.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Morocco, Denmark Discuss Means to Strengthen Cooperation

[MAP] Rabat -Moroccan Justice minister, Mohamed Aujjar, held, on Thursday in Rabat, talks with Danish Foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, on means to promote bilateral cooperation in various sectors.

[MAP] Rabat -Moroccan Justice minister, Mohamed Aujjar, held, on Thursday in Rabat, talks with Danish Foreign minister, Anders Samuelsen, on means to promote bilateral cooperation in various sectors.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Nyapokototo Bags International Excellence Award

[263Chat] Zimbabwe’s rising solutions technocrat, Clive Nyapokoto of Shift Organics has scooped the Excellence Award at the ongoing International Telecommunications Union (ITU 2017) Conference in Busani, South Korea.

[263Chat] Zimbabwe's rising solutions technocrat, Clive Nyapokoto of Shift Organics has scooped the Excellence Award at the ongoing International Telecommunications Union (ITU 2017) Conference in Busani, South Korea.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Anger Over Police Brutality at Khayelitsha Dialogue

[GroundUp] Members of the Khayelitsha community expressed their anger during the third annual Policing and Social Justice Dialogue Series when the focus turned to police brutality.

[GroundUp] Members of the Khayelitsha community expressed their anger during the third annual Policing and Social Justice Dialogue Series when the focus turned to police brutality.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Six Suspects Behind Bars for Vigilantism

[SAPS] Pinetown detectives arrested six suspects aged between 20 and 63 for the murder of a 27-year-old victim in Wyebank near Pinetown. It is alleged that on Wednesday 27 September at about 21:00 the victim was at his residence in Canna Crescent, Wyeb…

[SAPS] Pinetown detectives arrested six suspects aged between 20 and 63 for the murder of a 27-year-old victim in Wyebank near Pinetown. It is alleged that on Wednesday 27 September at about 21:00 the victim was at his residence in Canna Crescent, Wyebank when a group of people came to fetch him. The victim was accused of theft and was assaulted with sjamboks and was later rescued by the members of his family who rushed him to the hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. A case of murder was registered at Pin

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

We Shall Not Be Spectators As Our Country Is Killed – Bobi Wine

[Monitor] Kampala -After being hosted on Al Jazeera television last evening, Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Mr Robert Kyagulanyi Sssntamu popularly known as Bobi Wine has spoken out on what he feels about what happened in Parliament on Wednesday.

[Monitor] Kampala -After being hosted on Al Jazeera television last evening, Kyadondo East Member of Parliament Mr Robert Kyagulanyi Sssntamu popularly known as Bobi Wine has spoken out on what he feels about what happened in Parliament on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Limpopo On Service Delivery in the Province

[Govt of SA] The Executive Council met on the 27th September 2017 to discuss a wide range of issues pertinent to delivery of services to the citizens of the province. This meeting comes less than a week after a succesful investment trip to Europe. The …

[Govt of SA] The Executive Council met on the 27th September 2017 to discuss a wide range of issues pertinent to delivery of services to the citizens of the province. This meeting comes less than a week after a succesful investment trip to Europe. The following are highlights of discussions and decisions taken:

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

The Law vs Jonathan Moyo – How Does He Avoid Prosecution?

[allAfrica] Cape Town -“Perennial wisdom from divine revelation and human experience dictates that all earthly things great or small, beautiful or ugly, good or bad, sad or happy, foolish or wise must finally come to an end. It is from this sobering re…

[allAfrica] Cape Town -"Perennial wisdom from divine revelation and human experience dictates that all earthly things great or small, beautiful or ugly, good or bad, sad or happy, foolish or wise must finally come to an end. It is from this sobering reality that the end of executive rule has finally come for Robert Mugabe who has had his better days after a quarter of a century in power".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Could Common ‘Fake News’ Be Traditional Media’s Canary in the Coal Mine?

[Daily Maverick] When referring to “fake news”, there is a strong argument for stopping using the label “news” at all given the implied endorsement the word gives the content. However, instead of closing ranks and distancing themselves from the phenome…

[Daily Maverick] When referring to "fake news", there is a strong argument for stopping using the label "news" at all given the implied endorsement the word gives the content. However, instead of closing ranks and distancing themselves from the phenomenon, traditional media could interrogate the content of common or garden "fake news" to find out why it so often appeals to readers.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa