Indentured Labour Route Project – Mauritius to Host First Meeting of the International Scientific Committee

[Government of Mauritius] Mauritius will host the first Meeting of the International Scientific Committee for the Indentured Labour Route Project from 30 October to 1st November 2017.

[Government of Mauritius] Mauritius will host the first Meeting of the International Scientific Committee for the Indentured Labour Route Project from 30 October to 1st November 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Sahel Hostages – a New Enigma

[Centre 4s] The three coordinated terrorist attacks of 14 August (in Ouagadougou and Douenza and Timbuktu in Mali) as deadly as they were, must not hide a new development of major importance in the Sahel. A development that went unnoticed let us say du…

[Centre 4s] The three coordinated terrorist attacks of 14 August (in Ouagadougou and Douenza and Timbuktu in Mali) as deadly as they were, must not hide a new development of major importance in the Sahel. A development that went unnoticed let us say due to ... ..the summer holidays.

source: AllAfrica News: Mali

Seda Boss Takes Personal Loans to Pay Staff Salaries

[News24Wire] In a shocking disclosure, the CEO of eThekwini’s Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA), Protas Madlala, says he was forced to take several personal loans to keep the organisation afloat.

[News24Wire] In a shocking disclosure, the CEO of eThekwini's Small Enterprise Development Agency (SEDA), Protas Madlala, says he was forced to take several personal loans to keep the organisation afloat.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Sundays River Business Owners Demand More State Contracts

[GroundUp] Nearly 300 entrepreneurs from the Sundays River Valley Municipality in the Eastern Cape marched to municipal offices on Wednesday to demand that more state contracts be given to local businesses.

[GroundUp] Nearly 300 entrepreneurs from the Sundays River Valley Municipality in the Eastern Cape marched to municipal offices on Wednesday to demand that more state contracts be given to local businesses.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Vermaak Replaces Injured Cronjé in Bok Tour Squad

[News24Wire] Scrumhalf Jano Vermaak of the Stormers has been called up to the Springbok squad as replacement for Ross Cronjé, who sustained a right ankle injury in the Springboks’ 37-15 victory over Argentina on Saturday in Port Elizabeth.

[News24Wire] Scrumhalf Jano Vermaak of the Stormers has been called up to the Springbok squad as replacement for Ross Cronjé, who sustained a right ankle injury in the Springboks' 37-15 victory over Argentina on Saturday in Port Elizabeth.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Creation of New Administrative Regions – Council of State Recommends Commission of Enquiry

[Ghana Govt.] The Council of State has advised President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to appoint a Commission of Enquiry to inquire into the need for the creation of new regions in Ghana and make recommendations on all the factors involved.

[Ghana Govt.] The Council of State has advised President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo to appoint a Commission of Enquiry to inquire into the need for the creation of new regions in Ghana and make recommendations on all the factors involved.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Can Imprisoned Asylum Seekers Be Deported?

[GroundUp] Abdulkadir Mohammed Faghi, a Somali refugee who was convicted in September 2011 for car theft, fraud and forgery, has been threatened with deportation, though a lawyer says this is unlawful. Faghi is currently in Helderstroom prison in Caledon.

[GroundUp] Abdulkadir Mohammed Faghi, a Somali refugee who was convicted in September 2011 for car theft, fraud and forgery, has been threatened with deportation, though a lawyer says this is unlawful. Faghi is currently in Helderstroom prison in Caledon.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SADC Day 2017 – SADC Chairperson Stresses Importance of Industrialisation for the Region

[Government of Mauritius] The SADC region continues to enjoy relative peace and stability as our citizens and political leaders continue to resolve their differences amicably through contact and dialogue, recognising that we are bound by common history…

[Government of Mauritius] The SADC region continues to enjoy relative peace and stability as our citizens and political leaders continue to resolve their differences amicably through contact and dialogue, recognising that we are bound by common history, shared ancestry and above all, a common future as brothers and sisters.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius