Does Plagiarism Put Food On Our Tables As Ghanaians?

[Ghana Star] We’ve been down for too long as a people! We can’t continue to stay mute and pretend that all is well! It’s high time Ghanaians must face the reality and stop blaming the politicians for the retardation of our national progress. Despite th…

[Ghana Star] We've been down for too long as a people! We can't continue to stay mute and pretend that all is well! It's high time Ghanaians must face the reality and stop blaming the politicians for the retardation of our national progress. Despite the fact that we've entrusted in their hands with our resources doesn't mean we can put all our hopes in them to better our lives in our various walks of life. The citizens in this country are more corrupt in the "mind" than to the extent the politicians can go in mismanagi

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Law Establishing ICT Centre to Make Rwanda a Knowledge-Based Economy

[New Times] Rwanda’s move toward a knowledge-based economy has received a boost, thanks to the enactment of a law establishing Rwanda Information Society Authority (RISA) and determining its mission, organisation and functioning.

[New Times] Rwanda's move toward a knowledge-based economy has received a boost, thanks to the enactment of a law establishing Rwanda Information Society Authority (RISA) and determining its mission, organisation and functioning.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Massa’s Back As Uganda Cranes Tame Slovakia

[Independent (Kampala)] Captain Geoffrey Massa found the net for Cranes for the first time in over a year as Uganda, ranked 72nd in the world, tamed European side Slovakia (FIFA 25th) in an international friendly Sunday in Abu Dhabi.

[Independent (Kampala)] Captain Geoffrey Massa found the net for Cranes for the first time in over a year as Uganda, ranked 72nd in the world, tamed European side Slovakia (FIFA 25th) in an international friendly Sunday in Abu Dhabi.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Jica’s SHEP Approach to Improve the Productivity of Smallholder Farmers

[Ethiopian Herald] Agriculture is the main pillar of Ethiopian economy, contributing more than 40% share in the gross domestic product (GDP), and approximately 85% of the population labor.

[Ethiopian Herald] Agriculture is the main pillar of Ethiopian economy, contributing more than 40% share in the gross domestic product (GDP), and approximately 85% of the population labor.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Institute Working to Offer High Level Training

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Management Institute said that it has been working in cooperation with its local and international partners in a bid to offer high- level training and research.

[Ethiopian Herald] The Ethiopian Management Institute said that it has been working in cooperation with its local and international partners in a bid to offer high- level training and research.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

What Liberian Actress Says About Nigerian Men!

[Vanguard] It doesn’t matter whether she has anything to do with Nigerian men or not. But what matters now is that Liberian-born actress, Evelyn Louis, who is plying her trade in the country is not thinking of returning to her country any time soon.

[Vanguard] It doesn't matter whether she has anything to do with Nigerian men or not. But what matters now is that Liberian-born actress, Evelyn Louis, who is plying her trade in the country is not thinking of returning to her country any time soon.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Proper Regulations for Traditional Health Practitioners

[Ethiopian Herald] As the saying goes health makes wealth , a country that is blessed with millions of healthy people will be a paradise for its citizenry for eternity. Bearing this in mind , the whole world has given top priority to the provision of q…

[Ethiopian Herald] As the saying goes health makes wealth , a country that is blessed with millions of healthy people will be a paradise for its citizenry for eternity. Bearing this in mind , the whole world has given top priority to the provision of quality health care to the public at large.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Transformation Via Green Development

[Ethiopian Herald] CNN on January 3, 2017 reported that Ethiopia’s bubble is not bursting even after a decade of rapid growth. Dubbed the ‘African Lion’ by economists, Ethiopia is becoming the home of booming industry, new infrastructure, and showpiece…

[Ethiopian Herald] CNN on January 3, 2017 reported that Ethiopia's bubble is not bursting even after a decade of rapid growth. Dubbed the 'African Lion' by economists, Ethiopia is becoming the home of booming industry, new infrastructure, and showpiece summits. It has become a powerful force in the region and beyond. To maintain this golden age, this East African state is pressing ahead with ambitious development plans where renewable energy is one of the main objectives to the mission.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Volleyball League – IPRC-South Defeat APR to Stay on Top

[New Times] National volleyball league surprise leaders IPRC-South beat APR 3-1 on Saturday in Huye to stay on top of the table with 11 points after round three of matches.

[New Times] National volleyball league surprise leaders IPRC-South beat APR 3-1 on Saturday in Huye to stay on top of the table with 11 points after round three of matches.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda