‘Whites Only’ Job Ad Removed After 20 Days

[News24Wire] An advert specifying that “only white candidates” should apply for a digital design position in the Western Cape was removed from a local recruitment website on Wednesday afternoon – more than 20 days after it was posted.

[News24Wire] An advert specifying that "only white candidates" should apply for a digital design position in the Western Cape was removed from a local recruitment website on Wednesday afternoon - more than 20 days after it was posted.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Rwandan Gives Online Shopping in E. Africa, Middle East New Meaning

[New Times] Sheillah Shadia Umutoni has hatched her entrepreneural dream. She is now anxious to nurse it to maturity. It’s a delicate balance but the young Dubai-based Rwandan is determined to live up to her dream: grow an online shopping empire servin…

[New Times] Sheillah Shadia Umutoni has hatched her entrepreneural dream. She is now anxious to nurse it to maturity. It's a delicate balance but the young Dubai-based Rwandan is determined to live up to her dream: grow an online shopping empire serving the larger clientele in East Africa and United Arab Emirates (UAE).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Ambunda Confident Ahead of Otji Boxing Bonanza

[Namibian] A cool and confident Paulus Ambunda promised a polished display against Tasha Mjuaji of Tanzania when they meet in the main bout of the Otji Festival Boxing Bonanza at the Paresis Stadium in Otjiwarongo on Saturday.

[Namibian] A cool and confident Paulus Ambunda promised a polished display against Tasha Mjuaji of Tanzania when they meet in the main bout of the Otji Festival Boxing Bonanza at the Paresis Stadium in Otjiwarongo on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Govt to Ban Use of Ordinary Diesel

[The Herald] Government will by March 1 next year, ban the use of ordinary diesel (D500) and introduce the more efficient D50, Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge has said. Addressing a Press conference in Harare yesterday, Dr Unden…

[The Herald] Government will by March 1 next year, ban the use of ordinary diesel (D500) and introduce the more efficient D50, Energy and Power Development Minister Dr Samuel Undenge has said. Addressing a Press conference in Harare yesterday, Dr Undenge said adoption of diesel 50 was in line with the dictates of the National Energy Policy. The policy promotes the use of low sulphur and cleaner fuels as a measure to curb vehicle emissions, improve outdoor air quality and engine performance.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Anaconda and ‘Hungry’ Lion Battle for Supremacy

[Namibian] Never mind that the main bout on 21 October features KO specialist Walter ‘The Executioner’ Kautodonkwa in what is likely his penultimate fight before going for the WBO middleweight world title.

[Namibian] Never mind that the main bout on 21 October features KO specialist Walter 'The Executioner' Kautodonkwa in what is likely his penultimate fight before going for the WBO middleweight world title.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Why Unpaid Care Work Is a Thorny Issue in Women Empowerment

[New Times] Joseline is a single mother employed in a restaurant in Kimironko. The mother of two wakes up at 4am to prepare her children for school. This includes preparing breakfast, bathing and dressing them up. By 6.30am she leaves home with the chi…

[New Times] Joseline is a single mother employed in a restaurant in Kimironko. The mother of two wakes up at 4am to prepare her children for school. This includes preparing breakfast, bathing and dressing them up. By 6.30am she leaves home with the children and walks them to the bus stop before she proceeds to her workplace where she works till 5pm. This is her daily routine as she struggles to raise her children into responsible adults.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Lawmakers Recommend Fresh Audit of Electricity Company

[New Times] The Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has recommended fresh audit into Energy Utility Corporation Ltd (EUCL) to determine the problems the institution inherited from operating under the now defunct Energy Water and Sanitation Au…

[New Times] The Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) has recommended fresh audit into Energy Utility Corporation Ltd (EUCL) to determine the problems the institution inherited from operating under the now defunct Energy Water and Sanitation Authority (EWSA).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda