SA Calls for Increased Cooperation to Deal With Migration

[SAnews.gov.za] African Union and European Union member states need to increase cooperation which will address the risks associated with uncontrolled and irregular migration, says President Jacob Zuma.

[SAnews.gov.za] African Union and European Union member states need to increase cooperation which will address the risks associated with uncontrolled and irregular migration, says President Jacob Zuma.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Surf Set to Give Kenya’s Internet Users a Handy Christmas Gift

[CIO] Surf, a Kenyan ISP, will deliver high-speed, affordable Internet in more than 1000 public areas by the end of this year across 20 cities in Kenya with its Wi-Fi hotspot network.

[CIO] Surf, a Kenyan ISP, will deliver high-speed, affordable Internet in more than 1000 public areas by the end of this year across 20 cities in Kenya with its Wi-Fi hotspot network.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Crisis, Agric Minister Vows to Resolve Issue Pirang Women Gardeners in

[Foroyaa] Pirang women gardeners have expressed their dissatisfaction on crop losses and other damages caused by stray animals into their gardens, destroying their fields.

[Foroyaa] Pirang women gardeners have expressed their dissatisfaction on crop losses and other damages caused by stray animals into their gardens, destroying their fields.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Former CBG Financial Controller Explains How Funds Were Looted

[Foroyaa] Mr. Abdoulie Cham, retired Financial Controller at the Central Bank of The Gambia, yesterday explained to the ‘Janneh’ Commission, the way and manner monies were taken from the bank including a transfer of $3,000,000.00 by Captain Ebou Jallow…

[Foroyaa] Mr. Abdoulie Cham, retired Financial Controller at the Central Bank of The Gambia, yesterday explained to the 'Janneh' Commission, the way and manner monies were taken from the bank including a transfer of $3,000,000.00 by Captain Ebou Jallow, to a private bank. The former Banker testified that he worked at the Central Bank from March 1997 to November 2003 and among his responsibilities was to ensure that the books of the bank were kept adequately enough.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Pres. Lungu Stands Firm on 2021 Bid

President Edgar Lungu faced up to the debate about his candidature for the 2021 elections by saying that he wants to contest the 2021 elections. Featuring on a ZNBC special interview program, the Head of State however clarified that he … Continued

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President Edgar Lungu faced up to the debate about his candidature for the 2021 elections by saying that he wants to contest the 2021 elections.
Featuring on a ZNBC special interview program, the Head of State however clarified that he would not insist on contesting if the courts of law rule otherwise.
President Lungu recently uncharacteristically sent a veiled threat to the judiciary against being too adventurous with their rulings and replicate the Kenyan example of ruling against the state.
The debate about President Lungu being eligible for contesting the 2021 elections has dragged on despite the matter still pending before the courts of law.
President Lungu said that his opponents were scared of facing him as he was more popular than them.
He said that rather than demonize him for availing himself for the third time they should be happy to challenge him.
On foreign trips President Lungu said that they were beneficial to the country as they enhanced Zambia’s global reputation.
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We Won’t Be Investigated – Says GFF Boss

[Foroyaa] Football boss Lamin Kabba Bajo has told Foroyaa Sport that the federation won’t be investigated. Bajo’s comment comes in the wake of a statement by the National Sports Council chairman Borri Darboe.

[Foroyaa] Football boss Lamin Kabba Bajo has told Foroyaa Sport that the federation won't be investigated. Bajo's comment comes in the wake of a statement by the National Sports Council chairman Borri Darboe.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

The Count Down Will Soon Begin

[Foroyaa] Gambians are about to take stock of the dramatic succession of events which gave birth to the change of 2nd December 2017. The impasse which eventually followed, placed the country into a state of uncertainty, leading to flights of people fro…

[Foroyaa] Gambians are about to take stock of the dramatic succession of events which gave birth to the change of 2nd December 2017. The impasse which eventually followed, placed the country into a state of uncertainty, leading to flights of people from the country and the displacement of many who anticipated the breakout of war.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia