Ex-Hawks’ Star Musa Debuts in Serie A

[Foroyaa] It’s happy times for Banjul Hawks’ former player Musa Barrow who over the weekend officially debuted in the Italian Serie A. One of Europe’s best top-five leagues, an appearance in the Italian premier championship has long beckoned beginning …

[Foroyaa] It's happy times for Banjul Hawks' former player Musa Barrow who over the weekend officially debuted in the Italian Serie A. One of Europe's best top-five leagues, an appearance in the Italian premier championship has long beckoned beginning from the time he switched there.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

UDP Postpones Primary Election for Mayoral Aspirants

[Foroyaa] The United Democratic Party (UDP) has postponed the proposed primary elections to be conducted by the party for aspiring Mayoral candidates that was slated for Sunday, 11thFebruary 2018. The new date is set is for the 17th of February 2018.

[Foroyaa] The United Democratic Party (UDP) has postponed the proposed primary elections to be conducted by the party for aspiring Mayoral candidates that was slated for Sunday, 11thFebruary 2018. The new date is set is for the 17th of February 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Joint Press Release By GTU, TFC and Education Ministry

[Foroyaa] Following a Joint Consultative Meeting held on Saturday, the 10th February 2018, among the Task Force Teachers for Change (TFC), The Gambia’s Teachers Union (GTU), the Honorable Minister and the Permanent Secretary MOBSE in the presence of th…

[Foroyaa] Following a Joint Consultative Meeting held on Saturday, the 10th February 2018, among the Task Force Teachers for Change (TFC), The Gambia's Teachers Union (GTU), the Honorable Minister and the Permanent Secretary MOBSE in the presence of the Honorable Minister for Higher Education (MOHERST), it has been resolved that the Teachers Sit Down Strike is over and Teachers should report and resume their normal duties based on the following Resolutions:

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

President Assistant – We Pay Due Attention to Preservation of National Values

[SNA] Khartoum -The Ministry of Social Security and Development on Monday launched the project for enhancing Social Values, in a ceremony attended by the Assistant of the President of the Republic, Gen Abdul Rahaman Al Sadiq Al Mahdi and a number of MP…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Ministry of Social Security and Development on Monday launched the project for enhancing Social Values, in a ceremony attended by the Assistant of the President of the Republic, Gen Abdul Rahaman Al Sadiq Al Mahdi and a number of MPs and intellectuals.

Volume of Cross-Border Microfinance Depends On Financiers’ Capabilities – Advisor

[SNA] Khartoum -The Senior Microfinance Advisor Prof. Badr-Eddin Abdal-Rahim has affirmed that the size and diversity of cross-border microfinance depends on the ability and presence of financiers across local branches, regional offices and their relat…

[SNA] Khartoum -The Senior Microfinance Advisor Prof. Badr-Eddin Abdal-Rahim has affirmed that the size and diversity of cross-border microfinance depends on the ability and presence of financiers across local branches, regional offices and their relationship with governments, pointing out that the foreign investments do not tend to invest in Islamic microfinance.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Tracking the State of Nigerians’ Health Over 10 Years

[Africa Check] Has the health of Nigerians improved over the last decade, at least according to eight key indicators? We examined the trends revealed by a series of major surveys.

[Africa Check] Has the health of Nigerians improved over the last decade, at least according to eight key indicators? We examined the trends revealed by a series of major surveys.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Economists Urge Govt. to Reduce Its Expenditure

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Khartoum should bring down government spending as soon as possible and seek financial assistance from befriended countries, to regain control over the Sudanese Pound rate, says economist Esameldin Abdelwahab Bob.

[Radio Dabanga] Khartoum -Khartoum should bring down government spending as soon as possible and seek financial assistance from befriended countries, to regain control over the Sudanese Pound rate, says economist Esameldin Abdelwahab Bob.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan