Stakeholders Partner to Boost Handicraft Market

[Times of Zambia] The National Arts Council (NAC), National Museums Board, Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) has partnered with Private Enterprise Programme Zambia (PEP) to develop a sustainable handicraft market that will lead to the production of high …

[Times of Zambia] The National Arts Council (NAC), National Museums Board, Zambia Development Agency (ZDA) has partnered with Private Enterprise Programme Zambia (PEP) to develop a sustainable handicraft market that will lead to the production of high standard products for both local and export market.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

More Namibians Fall Into Debt Hole

[Namibian] The number of loans taken out by Namibians but not paid on time increased massively from N$1,3 billion to N$2,3 billion in 2017, a sign that more people are drowning in debt than in the previous five years.

[Namibian] The number of loans taken out by Namibians but not paid on time increased massively from N$1,3 billion to N$2,3 billion in 2017, a sign that more people are drowning in debt than in the previous five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Compensate All Locals Before Expanding Malindi Airport – MP Jumwa Says

[Nation] Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa has urged the government to speed up the compensation of some 200 families to facilitate the refurbishing of Malindi International Airport.

[Nation] Malindi MP Aisha Jumwa has urged the government to speed up the compensation of some 200 families to facilitate the refurbishing of Malindi International Airport.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Crested Cranes Arrive in the Country Ahead of Qualifier

[Nation] Harambee Starlets’ 2018 Africa Women’s Cup of Nations first round opponents, Uganda’s Crested Cranes arrived in the country on Monday ahead of the first leg match slated for Wednesday at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.

[Nation] Harambee Starlets' 2018 Africa Women's Cup of Nations first round opponents, Uganda's Crested Cranes arrived in the country on Monday ahead of the first leg match slated for Wednesday at Kenyatta Stadium in Machakos.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kenyans Found to Work Less Than Global Average

[Nation] Kenya’s full-time workers spend a maximum of 48 hours per week at their workstations, but the majority of the workforce put in much less, leaving the country with an average work week that is below the global average, according to the latest o…

[Nation] Kenya's full-time workers spend a maximum of 48 hours per week at their workstations, but the majority of the workforce put in much less, leaving the country with an average work week that is below the global average, according to the latest official data.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Cancer of the Skin. the Basics You Need to Know

[Citizen] Don’t you just love the Dar es salaam weather currently? We have been experiencing an interrupted sunshine for quite some time ever since Tanzania meteorological Agency came with its whether prediction early January that Dar es salaam will ex…

[Citizen] Don't you just love the Dar es salaam weather currently? We have been experiencing an interrupted sunshine for quite some time ever since Tanzania meteorological Agency came with its whether prediction early January that Dar es salaam will experience heavy rainfall in a couple of months to come and it is expected to end at the end of April.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Precarious Jobs On the Rise

[Namibian] Precarious work where people fill permanent job needs but are denied permanent employee rights seems to be on the increase in Namibia.

[Namibian] Precarious work where people fill permanent job needs but are denied permanent employee rights seems to be on the increase in Namibia.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Murder Mastermind Sentenced to 20 Years in Jail

[Namibian] Namibians have a right to be safe in their homes, without having their privacy violated by people like the three intruders who killed elderly Windhoek resident Koos Stoop during a house robbery in August 2009.

[Namibian] Namibians have a right to be safe in their homes, without having their privacy violated by people like the three intruders who killed elderly Windhoek resident Koos Stoop during a house robbery in August 2009.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia