Gambia Takes Step Towards Media Pluralism in the TV Sector

[Foroyaa] On Friday, President Barrow inaugurated the first ever privately owned television station in The Gambia. This marks an important step in the development of the media in The Gambia. The public now have the choice to view the Gambian television…

[Foroyaa] On Friday, President Barrow inaugurated the first ever privately owned television station in The Gambia. This marks an important step in the development of the media in The Gambia. The public now have the choice to view the Gambian television station of their choice.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Coalition 2016’ Commemorate Election Victory

[Foroyaa] Thousands of Coalition 2016 militants, supporters and sympatisers, yesterday assembled at the buffer zone to commemorate the first anniversary of the 2016 Coalition landslide victory, during last December’s 2016 presidential polls. The celebr…

[Foroyaa] Thousands of Coalition 2016 militants, supporters and sympatisers, yesterday assembled at the buffer zone to commemorate the first anniversary of the 2016 Coalition landslide victory, during last December's 2016 presidential polls. The celebration was attended by the president and his family, senior government officials, foreign diplomats, National Assembly members, supporters and well-wishers.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Gambia’s First Privately Owned TV Station Launched

[Foroyaa] The Gambia’s first privately owned Television Station, QTV, have been launched on Thursday 30th November 2017, at QCity in Bijilo, by the President of the Republic, Adama Barrow. The launching witnessed the official opening of QCity, the Gamb…

[Foroyaa] The Gambia's first privately owned Television Station, QTV, have been launched on Thursday 30th November 2017, at QCity in Bijilo, by the President of the Republic, Adama Barrow. The launching witnessed the official opening of QCity, the Gambia's first multipurpose recreation center that offers recreation activities for children and adults of all ages.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Ombasa, Muregi for Kenya Sevens Debut

[Nation] Menengai Oilers centre Eric Ombasa and winger Sam Muregi are set for their maiden show with Kenya Sevens at Cape Town Sevens, the second leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series this weekend.

[Nation] Menengai Oilers centre Eric Ombasa and winger Sam Muregi are set for their maiden show with Kenya Sevens at Cape Town Sevens, the second leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series this weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Macron Rules Out Reparations for Colonialism

[RFI] French President Emmanuel Macron has called for “reconciliation” of the ways former colonisers and colonised remember the past but ruled out reparations. Macron toured three African countries, two of them former French colonies, last week and is …

[RFI] French President Emmanuel Macron has called for "reconciliation" of the ways former colonisers and colonised remember the past but ruled out reparations. Macron toured three African countries, two of them former French colonies, last week and is soon to visit Algeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Algeria

Macron Kicks Off Africa Tour in Burkina Faso

[Citizen] French President Emmanuel Macron landed in Burkina Faso on Monday evening for the opening leg of a three-day Africa tour aimed at boosting France’s regional influence and stemming the continent’s migrant exodus.

[Citizen] French President Emmanuel Macron landed in Burkina Faso on Monday evening for the opening leg of a three-day Africa tour aimed at boosting France's regional influence and stemming the continent's migrant exodus.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Namibia’s Emerging Start-Ups

[Namibian] OVER the past few years since the establishment of Namibia’s first FABlab, we have seen growth in youth driving their own ideas and following the entrepreneurship path.

[Namibian] OVER the past few years since the establishment of Namibia's first FABlab, we have seen growth in youth driving their own ideas and following the entrepreneurship path.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

I Will Never Call On Fulani to Pick Up Arms Against Anybody, Says Sultan Abubakar

[This Day] Kaduna -The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Mohammad Sa’ad Abubakar III, said that as a fulani leader, he will never encourage fulanis to take up arms against anyone.

[This Day] Kaduna -The Sultan of Sokoto, Alhaji Mohammad Sa'ad Abubakar III, said that as a fulani leader, he will never encourage fulanis to take up arms against anyone.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria