Four Guardians Guiding Enterprise Software Development

[CAJ News] CEO: redPanda Software SPEED, efficiency and constant disruption are what characterise and define today’s business environment. For those that cannot innovate, adapt and respond quickly to the market, survival is dubious (at best). Within th…

[CAJ News] CEO: redPanda Software SPEED, efficiency and constant disruption are what characterise and define today's business environment. For those that cannot innovate, adapt and respond quickly to the market, survival is dubious (at best). Within the realm of enterprise software development, it is critical to have a structure in place that can respond to two major challenges within this environment: the need to mitigate risk, and the mandate of meeting the client's brief and specific business needs (specifically w

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Nepotism, Mother of All Corruption

[Vanguard] When President Muhammadu Buhari started crowding his government with his kinsmen, townsmen, clansmen and people of his ethnic, sectional and religious backgrounds, I was shocked that many otherwise respected opinion leaders did not see what …

[Vanguard] When President Muhammadu Buhari started crowding his government with his kinsmen, townsmen, clansmen and people of his ethnic, sectional and religious backgrounds, I was shocked that many otherwise respected opinion leaders did not see what was wrong with it. I recall that Professor Pat Okechukwu Utomi responded to our loudly-expressed outrage saying that it did not matter if Buhari composed his entire government with people from one village! Those were the days when the Daura military politician's arrival

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

What You Should Know About Monkeypox

[Vanguard] The recent Monkey pox outbreak in Bayelsa State ans parts of southern Nigeria is the third in the nation’s history. There were a total of 3 recorded human cases previously in 1971 and 1978 according to the Centres for Disease Control, CDC.

[Vanguard] The recent Monkey pox outbreak in Bayelsa State ans parts of southern Nigeria is the third in the nation's history. There were a total of 3 recorded human cases previously in 1971 and 1978 according to the Centres for Disease Control, CDC.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Probiotic Yoghurt Processing Plant Stems in Addis

[Addis Fortune] Seven D Food Factory, a private limited company, opens a probiotic yoghurt processing plant at the cost of 30 million Br. It will start pilot production in the coming week.

[Addis Fortune] Seven D Food Factory, a private limited company, opens a probiotic yoghurt processing plant at the cost of 30 million Br. It will start pilot production in the coming week.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Lowly Thailand Down Kenya in Friendly

[Nation] Harambee Stars on Sunday were handed a 1-0 loss by the The war elephants of Thailand in a Fifa international friendly match played at the Thunderdome Stadium in Thailand.

[Nation] Harambee Stars on Sunday were handed a 1-0 loss by the The war elephants of Thailand in a Fifa international friendly match played at the Thunderdome Stadium in Thailand.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Mnangagwa Poisoning – Moyo Suggests It May Have Been ARVs

[New Zimbabwe] Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo who is involved in a nasty fight with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has suggested that Mugabe’s number two may have suffered diarrhoea due to ARVs.

[New Zimbabwe] Higher and Tertiary Education Minister Jonathan Moyo who is involved in a nasty fight with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa has suggested that Mugabe's number two may have suffered diarrhoea due to ARVs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gun-Related Killings On The Rise

[Times of Zambia] The recent rise of gun-related killings in the country is not just shocking, but alarming as well and urgently needs to be controlled before it escalates into ‘plague’.

[Times of Zambia] The recent rise of gun-related killings in the country is not just shocking, but alarming as well and urgently needs to be controlled before it escalates into 'plague'.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia