The 2017 Election – What Can We Learn From the Process?

[Observer] The 2017 election has many things to consider. In one of our Editorials during the campaign, we emphasized that crowds were not a determining factor for winning an election.

[Observer] The 2017 election has many things to consider. In one of our Editorials during the campaign, we emphasized that crowds were not a determining factor for winning an election.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Elumelu Entrepreneurs Ends 2017 Gathering, Largest So Far

[Observer] The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), Africa’s leading philanthropy dedicated to supporting entrepreneurship, concluded its 3rd annual TEF Entrepreneurship Forum on 13-14th of October 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria.

[Observer] The Tony Elumelu Foundation (TEF), Africa's leading philanthropy dedicated to supporting entrepreneurship, concluded its 3rd annual TEF Entrepreneurship Forum on 13-14th of October 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

‘Train Surfers’ Risk Their Lives Without Fear

[GroundUp] Young men in Cape Town risk their lives by “train surfing”. Ricardo Afrika photographed and filmed train surfers by sticking his cell phone camera out of a broken window on Metrorail’s central line.

[GroundUp] Young men in Cape Town risk their lives by "train surfing". Ricardo Afrika photographed and filmed train surfers by sticking his cell phone camera out of a broken window on Metrorail's central line.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Drugs With an Estimated Value of R71 000 Confiscated in Knysna

[SAPS] Efforts to eradicate the usage and trafficking of drugs in Knysna yet again yielded positive results following the confiscation of drugs with an estimated street value of R71 000 (seventy-one-thousand-rand) in Hornlee, Knysna after information w…

[SAPS] Efforts to eradicate the usage and trafficking of drugs in Knysna yet again yielded positive results following the confiscation of drugs with an estimated street value of R71 000 (seventy-one-thousand-rand) in Hornlee, Knysna after information was received from members of the public. This bust is also evident towards the community's cooperation to rid their streets of drugs. We entice them to come forward with any information that can assist us in bringing the culprits to book.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Soccer – Kamuzu Barracks Smash Blue Eagles 3-1

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -TNM Defending Champions, Kamuzu Barracks Saturday reigned supreme as they smashed out of form Blue Eagles 3-1 in the second of the Super League played at Civo stadium in Lilongwe.

[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -TNM Defending Champions, Kamuzu Barracks Saturday reigned supreme as they smashed out of form Blue Eagles 3-1 in the second of the Super League played at Civo stadium in Lilongwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Ancient Life in Modern Times

[Malawi News Agency] Nkhotakota -Dwangwa Primary School commonly known as JP (Junior Primary) is right at the centre of Dwangwa Township, a busy sugarcane growing and processing area in Nkhotakota.

[Malawi News Agency] Nkhotakota -Dwangwa Primary School commonly known as JP (Junior Primary) is right at the centre of Dwangwa Township, a busy sugarcane growing and processing area in Nkhotakota.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tourism GDP Contribution Increases

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Tourism Agency (ZTA) says tourism contribution to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has in the last four years increased from 2.9 per cent to about 3.5 per cent currently.

[Times of Zambia] THE Zambia Tourism Agency (ZTA) says tourism contribution to the national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has in the last four years increased from 2.9 per cent to about 3.5 per cent currently.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

World Bank Pays International Bank U.S.$20 Billion

[Times of Zambia] THE World Bank has paid in capital of nearly $20 billion to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development as well as the International Finance Corporation (IFC) with increased benefits.

[Times of Zambia] THE World Bank has paid in capital of nearly $20 billion to the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development as well as the International Finance Corporation (IFC) with increased benefits.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia