JSC Recommends Tlaletsi As Northern Cape Judge President

[News24Wire] The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has announced that it will recommend Judge Pule Tlaletsi as the next Judge President of the Northern Cape High Court.

[News24Wire] The Judicial Service Commission (JSC) has announced that it will recommend Judge Pule Tlaletsi as the next Judge President of the Northern Cape High Court.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Urban Health Extension Gathering Momentum

[Ethiopian Herald] The World Bank indicates that 54 per cent of the world’s population lives in urban areas. Africa is the least urbanized continent, though it is showing an average urban growth rate (3%). Ethiopia, which is the second most populous na…

[Ethiopian Herald] The World Bank indicates that 54 per cent of the world's population lives in urban areas. Africa is the least urbanized continent, though it is showing an average urban growth rate (3%). Ethiopia, which is the second most populous nation in Africa, is characterized by low proportion of urban population but rapid rate of urbanization in the world (4.8% annually). By 2050, Ethiopia will be the 5th among the nine global urban population contributors. The rural to urban migration has been increasing in an incr

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

437 Unemployed Youths in Kogi Benefit From World Bank Training Scheme

[This Day] Lokoja -No fewer than 437 unemployed youths in Kogi State are currently being trained under the Skills Acquisition programme of the World Bank in collaboration with the federal government to make them self-reliant and marketable for job crea…

[This Day] Lokoja -No fewer than 437 unemployed youths in Kogi State are currently being trained under the Skills Acquisition programme of the World Bank in collaboration with the federal government to make them self-reliant and marketable for job creation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair Visits President Barrow

[Govt of Gambia] Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair visited President Barrow on Friday, 1st April 2017 and had a private discussion with him. Prior to that his delegation of three other officials and the Gambian officials, the Minister of Foreign…

[Govt of Gambia] Former British Prime Minister Tony Blair visited President Barrow on Friday, 1st April 2017 and had a private discussion with him. Prior to that his delegation of three other officials and the Gambian officials, the Minister of Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Gambians Abroad, Honourable Ousainou Darbo, his Permanent Secretary, Njogu Saerr Bah and Secretary General and Head of Civil Service, Dawda Fadera had a meeting with the Gambian President.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

UNDP Administrator Ms. Helen Clark Meets President Barrow

[Govt of Gambia] Development partners continue to meet with the Gambian Head of State, His Excellency President Adama Barrow. On Thursday, 30th March 2017 UNDP Administrator in New York and former Prime Minster of New Zealand, Ms. Helen Clark met Presi…

[Govt of Gambia] Development partners continue to meet with the Gambian Head of State, His Excellency President Adama Barrow. On Thursday, 30th March 2017 UNDP Administrator in New York and former Prime Minster of New Zealand, Ms. Helen Clark met President Barrow during her one day visit to The Gambia.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

President Adama Barrow Begins Nationwide Tour Today

[Govt of Gambia] His Excellency, President Adama Barrow will conduct a nationwide tour of the country from the 23rd March – 2nd April. The purpose of the tour is to thank the Gambian people for voting him as President in the December 2016 elections. Th…

[Govt of Gambia] His Excellency, President Adama Barrow will conduct a nationwide tour of the country from the 23rd March - 2nd April. The purpose of the tour is to thank the Gambian people for voting him as President in the December 2016 elections. The tour will also enable President Barrow as Coalition Leader to familiarize himself with the political situation in the run up to the National Assembly elections in April this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Use of Government Vehicles, Other State Resources for Partisan Politics Will Not Be Permitted

[Govt of Gambia] It has been brought to our attention that an inadvertent request was recently made for government vehicles to partake in the ongoing campaign for the National Assembly elections without any authority or clearance from the

[Govt of Gambia] It has been brought to our attention that an inadvertent request was recently made for government vehicles to partake in the ongoing campaign for the National Assembly elections without any authority or clearance from the

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Press Statement to Address the State of Unease On the Gambia-Cassamance Border Along the West Coast Region

[Govt of Gambia] The government of the Gambia under the leadership of His Excellency President Adama Barrow wishes to reassure the Gambian people of its commitment to peace in the Gambia, the sub region, especially the Southern Senegal region of Cassam…

[Govt of Gambia] The government of the Gambia under the leadership of His Excellency President Adama Barrow wishes to reassure the Gambian people of its commitment to peace in the Gambia, the sub region, especially the Southern Senegal region of Cassamance and the world over.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Senegalogambian Secretariat Executive Secretary Briefs President Adama Barrow

[Govt of Gambia] On Monday, 3rd April, Ambassador Paul Badjie, Executive Secretary at the Senegalogambian Secretariat said he has briefed His Excellency President Adama Barrow on the role of his office in harmonizing the polices of Senegal and The Gamb…

[Govt of Gambia] On Monday, 3rd April, Ambassador Paul Badjie, Executive Secretary at the Senegalogambian Secretariat said he has briefed His Excellency President Adama Barrow on the role of his office in harmonizing the polices of Senegal and The Gambia. He recalled the long standing role of his office from 1967 when it was established as a committee and later evolved as a confederation to its present status as a secretariat.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal