National Assembly – Second Reading of Copyright Amendment Bill

[Government of Mauritius] The Creative Industry has the potential to become an economic pillar. Mauritius is poised at this crossroad in its quest for sustainable development to create an enabling environment for creativity to flourish.

[Government of Mauritius] The Creative Industry has the potential to become an economic pillar. Mauritius is poised at this crossroad in its quest for sustainable development to create an enabling environment for creativity to flourish.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

E-Mig 2017 – No Efforts Spared to Promote Use of Emerging Technologies, Says Minister Sawmynaden

[Government of Mauritius] Government is sparing no efforts in harnessing a new culture which is geared towards promoting the daily use of emerging technologies, and thus, has recently launched about 40 new e-services with the ambition to ease the every…

[Government of Mauritius] Government is sparing no efforts in harnessing a new culture which is geared towards promoting the daily use of emerging technologies, and thus, has recently launched about 40 new e-services with the ambition to ease the everyday life of Mauritians.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Gauteng Health On Arrest of Suspect Selling Jobs At Bheki Mlangeni District Hospital

[Govt of SA] Bheki Mlangeni District Hospital would like to confirm an arrest of a suspect who is working for National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS) inside the hospital premises for the alleged selling of job at the facility.

[Govt of SA] Bheki Mlangeni District Hospital would like to confirm an arrest of a suspect who is working for National Health Laboratory Services (NHLS) inside the hospital premises for the alleged selling of job at the facility.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

SMEs Contribute Significantly to the Country’s Economy, States PM

[Government of Mauritius] Government will continue to introduce new measures and schemes that contribute to the enhancement of the business environment in Mauritius so as to make it more conducive for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), which play an …

[Government of Mauritius] Government will continue to introduce new measures and schemes that contribute to the enhancement of the business environment in Mauritius so as to make it more conducive for Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs), which play an important role in our country's economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Train Service Stalls This Morning

[Addis Fortune] Train service in the segment between Stadium and Qaliti has been interrupted this morning after a truck carrying a 40-feet container got stuck unable pass height barriers near Meshualekia roundabout, in Addis Abeba.

[Addis Fortune] Train service in the segment between Stadium and Qaliti has been interrupted this morning after a truck carrying a 40-feet container got stuck unable pass height barriers near Meshualekia roundabout, in Addis Abeba.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Hawks Arrest Cape Town Law Enforcement Officer Found With ‘Gang-Linked’ Mandrax

[News24Wire] A law enforcement officer with the City of Cape Town has been arrested after he was allegedly found with 41 000 mandrax tablets in Bellville South – drugs which sources say belong to a high-profile suspected gang boss.

[News24Wire] A law enforcement officer with the City of Cape Town has been arrested after he was allegedly found with 41 000 mandrax tablets in Bellville South - drugs which sources say belong to a high-profile suspected gang boss.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Out of Sight, Out of Mind – It’s Not Just About Farm Killings

[Daily Maverick] Spreading racist rhetoric and fascist drivel will ultimately lead to tension between white and black South Africans and find expression through physical violence, with devastating consequences.

[Daily Maverick] Spreading racist rhetoric and fascist drivel will ultimately lead to tension between white and black South Africans and find expression through physical violence, with devastating consequences.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Tobacco Peasants Skeptical to Register for the 2017/18 Growing Season

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -It’s now over three weeks since the Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) extended the registration period for the 2017/18 tobacco growing season, some peasants and commercial tobacco farmers are reluctant to register.

[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -It's now over three weeks since the Tobacco Control Commission (TCC) extended the registration period for the 2017/18 tobacco growing season, some peasants and commercial tobacco farmers are reluctant to register.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi