The Need for Environmental Impact Assessment in Project Implementation

[Foroyaa] Trees along the Banjul/Serrekunda Highway which took decades to grow are being felled without any sense of environmental conservation to make room for the implementation of a project which is yet to be known by the vast majority whose transpo…

[Foroyaa] Trees along the Banjul/Serrekunda Highway which took decades to grow are being felled without any sense of environmental conservation to make room for the implementation of a project which is yet to be known by the vast majority whose transports ply the route on a daily basis.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Government Fully Aware of Scale of Migrant Returnees’ousainou Darboe

[Foroyaa] The Minister for Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Gambians Abroad, Mr. Ousainou Darboe, has told deputies that Government is fully aware of the scale of Gambian immigrants returning home especially from Libya, as emerging statis…

[Foroyaa] The Minister for Foreign Affairs, International Cooperation and Gambians Abroad, Mr. Ousainou Darboe, has told deputies that Government is fully aware of the scale of Gambian immigrants returning home especially from Libya, as emerging statistics of returning migrants through the International Organization for Migration, indicate that from March to 7th December 2017, a total of one thousand, six hundred and fifty seven returnees were registered.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Prosecuting Chief Insists ‘Rogue Unit’ Execs’ Warning Statements Were Obtained

[News24Wire] National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) Shaun Abrahams insists that warning statements were obtained from three ex-South African Revenue Service (SARS) executives, who allegedly played a role in the so-called “rogue unit”.

[News24Wire] National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) Shaun Abrahams insists that warning statements were obtained from three ex-South African Revenue Service (SARS) executives, who allegedly played a role in the so-called "rogue unit".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘Government Scholarships Are Budget Determined,’ Badara Joof

[Foroyaa] The Minister for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology Mr. Badara Joof, has disclosed to Deputies at the National Assembly (NA), that the number of government scholarships, depends entirely on budget allocations which is approved…

[Foroyaa] The Minister for Higher Education, Research, Science and Technology Mr. Badara Joof, has disclosed to Deputies at the National Assembly (NA), that the number of government scholarships, depends entirely on budget allocations which is approved by them.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Deputies Adopt Report On Parliamentary Procedure, Practice

[Foroyaa] The National Assembly member for Kiang Central, Bakary Camara, on Tuesday 13th March 2018, presented the 2017 Westminster Seminar Report on Parliamentary Practice and Procedure for comments, consideration and adoption, before deputies at the …

[Foroyaa] The National Assembly member for Kiang Central, Bakary Camara, on Tuesday 13th March 2018, presented the 2017 Westminster Seminar Report on Parliamentary Practice and Procedure for comments, consideration and adoption, before deputies at the National Assembly (NA) complex in Banjul.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Uptick in Commodity Prices a Good Sign for Mining Industry

[New Era] Windhoek -The outlook for the Namibian mining industry is positive with several new players targeting a larger array of minerals. These developments widen the opportunities for investment, job creation and broadening of the value chain.

[New Era] Windhoek -The outlook for the Namibian mining industry is positive with several new players targeting a larger array of minerals. These developments widen the opportunities for investment, job creation and broadening of the value chain.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Critical Fuel Shortage in Sudan’s Kassala, El Gedaref

[Radio Dabanga] Kassala / El Gedaref -The ongoing fuel shortage in Sudan is reaching critical proportions in parts of Sudan causing backlogs and logistical congestion for passenger and goods transport.

[Radio Dabanga] Kassala / El Gedaref -The ongoing fuel shortage in Sudan is reaching critical proportions in parts of Sudan causing backlogs and logistical congestion for passenger and goods transport.

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

Why Are There So Many Pythons in Harare?

[News24Wire] Snake expert Ben Vermeulen of Harare-based Reptile Rescue says he has been called in to remove nine pythons since January, and that python sightings are now much more frequent.

[News24Wire] Snake expert Ben Vermeulen of Harare-based Reptile Rescue says he has been called in to remove nine pythons since January, and that python sightings are now much more frequent.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe