Maritime Operators Canvas for More Free Trade Zones

[Daily Trust] Port Harcourt -Maritime operators under the platform of Marine Club of Nigeria (MCN) have called on both the federal and Rivers State governments to allocate a navigable waterfront to the association to enable it establish a free trade zone.

[Daily Trust] Port Harcourt -Maritime operators under the platform of Marine Club of Nigeria (MCN) have called on both the federal and Rivers State governments to allocate a navigable waterfront to the association to enable it establish a free trade zone.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Angolan Singers Among Nominees of All Africa Music Awards 2017

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan singers Nsoki, C4 Pedro, Big Nelo and Anselmo Ralph are among nominees of the Africa Music Awards 2017, whose awarding gala will take place in Nigeria.

[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan singers Nsoki, C4 Pedro, Big Nelo and Anselmo Ralph are among nominees of the Africa Music Awards 2017, whose awarding gala will take place in Nigeria.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Meddy On Returning Home, Music and Love Life

[New Times] “I have performed in several concerts around the world but this is the biggest that ever happened in my life. Being a Rwandan singer and performing before the biggest crowd in my country, is a big deal.

[New Times] "I have performed in several concerts around the world but this is the biggest that ever happened in my life. Being a Rwandan singer and performing before the biggest crowd in my country, is a big deal.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Finance Minister Meets With CEO Initiative Steering Committee Members

[Govt of SA] Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba and his executive team met with the CEO Initiative steering committee members. They engaged on the economy, programmes to support youth employment, the SME Fund, and state owned companies (SOCs). The Minis…

[Govt of SA] Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba and his executive team met with the CEO Initiative steering committee members. They engaged on the economy, programmes to support youth employment, the SME Fund, and state owned companies (SOCs). The Minister referred to the meeting as cordial and open.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Muthiya Finds Some Form Ahead of Zimbali

[News24Wire] This week the Sunshine Tour goes north of Durban for the Origins of Golf to be held at Zimbali Coastal Resort and Estate from Thursday, August 31 to Friday, September 1.

[News24Wire] This week the Sunshine Tour goes north of Durban for the Origins of Golf to be held at Zimbali Coastal Resort and Estate from Thursday, August 31 to Friday, September 1.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Morris – It’s Not About the Money

[News24Wire] Proteas allrounder Chris Morris’s reputation as one of the most valued T20 players in world cricket was strengthened on Sunday when he was the first player picked at the Global League draft.

[News24Wire] Proteas allrounder Chris Morris's reputation as one of the most valued T20 players in world cricket was strengthened on Sunday when he was the first player picked at the Global League draft.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

I Didn’t Poison VP Mnangagwa, Says Khaya-Moyo

[Zimbabwe Standard] The alleged poisoning of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa by his rivals in Zanu PF has widened the fissures in the ruling party and new slogans are being coined to challenge the veteran politician’s suspected enemies.

[Zimbabwe Standard] The alleged poisoning of Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa by his rivals in Zanu PF has widened the fissures in the ruling party and new slogans are being coined to challenge the veteran politician's suspected enemies.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Illicit Mining Debate – When Waffle Beats Oversight

[Daily Maverick] Zama zamas are at the bottom of an extensive, frequently well-organised, illicit network extracting the last grams of previous metals or diamond bits from disused mine shafts. That business costs the state R20-billion annually by the e…

[Daily Maverick] Zama zamas are at the bottom of an extensive, frequently well-organised, illicit network extracting the last grams of previous metals or diamond bits from disused mine shafts. That business costs the state R20-billion annually by the estimation of mining houses, or R6-billion if you ask the Hawks. While the personal stories of why a person would risk dying underground may not necessarily be a concern for parliamentarians, government action is. But Friday's meeting on illicit mining by Parliament's mineral

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa