President’s Currency Directives ‘Futile Propaganda Without Reform’ – Economist

[Radio Dabanga] Cairo -Economists have described President Omar Al Bashir’s directives to the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Sudan to control the exchange rates and reduce inflation rates yesterday as “futile propaganda, with the main objective to…

[Radio Dabanga] Cairo -Economists have described President Omar Al Bashir's directives to the Ministry of Finance and the Bank of Sudan to control the exchange rates and reduce inflation rates yesterday as "futile propaganda, with the main objective to notify people that the president is concerned about their livelihood which is not true".

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

2018 SADC Media Awards Competition Launched

[ANGOP] Luanda -The 2018 SADC Media Awards Competition to recognise best media work in the southern Africa region, was officially released on Wednesday in Luanda, during a ceremony presided over by the media minister, Anibal João da Silva Melo.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The 2018 SADC Media Awards Competition to recognise best media work in the southern Africa region, was officially released on Wednesday in Luanda, during a ceremony presided over by the media minister, Anibal João da Silva Melo.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Four Angolan Artists At 2nd Edition of the AKAA Art Fair in Paris

[ANGOP] Luanda -Plastic artists António Ole, Kapela, Pedro Pires and Suekí will represent the country in the 2nd edition of the AKAA Art Fair to be held between the 10th and 12th November in Paris (France).

[ANGOP] Luanda -Plastic artists António Ole, Kapela, Pedro Pires and Suekí will represent the country in the 2nd edition of the AKAA Art Fair to be held between the 10th and 12th November in Paris (France).

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Reps Probe 37 Federal Varsities Over AUGF’s Queries

[Vanguard] Abuja -Members of the House of Representatives’ Public Accounts Committee, PAC, yesterday, commenced a large scale investigation into the finances and expenditures of the 37 federal universities across the country, with respect to their leve…

[Vanguard] Abuja -Members of the House of Representatives' Public Accounts Committee, PAC, yesterday, commenced a large scale investigation into the finances and expenditures of the 37 federal universities across the country, with respect to their level of compliance with the Public Service Financial Regulation, PSFR.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Facebook Constitutes Africa’s First SME Council in Nigeria

[Vanguard] In its continuing bid to help boost small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Africa, Facebook, last week, launched the Nigerian SME Council, first of its kind in the continent.

[Vanguard] In its continuing bid to help boost small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Africa, Facebook, last week, launched the Nigerian SME Council, first of its kind in the continent.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Football Legends Raise Funds for Mandigora

[The Herald] AT least $1 077 was raised from the David Mandigora fund-raising football match in Birmingham, England, on Saturday. The legendary Mandigora recently had his leg amputated and former Zimbabwean players, who are based in the UK, decided to …

[The Herald] AT least $1 077 was raised from the David Mandigora fund-raising football match in Birmingham, England, on Saturday. The legendary Mandigora recently had his leg amputated and former Zimbabwean players, who are based in the UK, decided to have a fund-raising day for the former Dynamos and Warriors ace. Former CAPS United midfielder Joe "Kode" Mugabe, Dynamos legend Memory Mucherahowa and former Black Aces defender Charles "Star Black" Kaseke were part of the show that saw the ex-footballers taking on Walsa

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rampant Deforestation Resurfaces in Mulanje Mountain

[Malawi News Agency] Phalombe -Rampant deforestation activities have resurfaced around Mulanje Mountain with people of Phalombe and Mulanje districts turning part of the Mountain into a market place supplying illegal charcoal producers and timber sawye…

[Malawi News Agency] Phalombe -Rampant deforestation activities have resurfaced around Mulanje Mountain with people of Phalombe and Mulanje districts turning part of the Mountain into a market place supplying illegal charcoal producers and timber sawyers with food stuffs.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi