President Jacob Zuma Hosts Report Back Session for Stakeholders On Implementation of Operation Phakisa Oceans Economy Programme

[Govt of SA] President Jacob Zuma will today, 6 October 2017, host a report back session for stakeholders on the implementation of the innovative delivery programme, Operation Phakisa Oceans Economy programme in Durban.

[Govt of SA] President Jacob Zuma will today, 6 October 2017, host a report back session for stakeholders on the implementation of the innovative delivery programme, Operation Phakisa Oceans Economy programme in Durban.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

President Jacob Zuma Condemns Ruthless Killing of Women

[Govt of SA] President Jacob Zuma has strongly condemned the ruthless killing of eight women in Embangweni Village near Greytown in KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday, 03 October 2017.

[Govt of SA] President Jacob Zuma has strongly condemned the ruthless killing of eight women in Embangweni Village near Greytown in KwaZulu-Natal on Tuesday, 03 October 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Letter: How China Has Promoted Local Industries

My thought of the day Having lived in China for more than 10 years. One thing I noticed about the Chinese culture and systems is that it is protective of its citizens. Look at the meteoric rise of Alibaba, Baidu, … Continued

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My thought of the day Having lived in China for more than 10 years. One thing I noticed about the Chinese culture and systems is that it is protective of its citizens. Look at the meteoric rise of Alibaba, Baidu, Huawei, Weibo, Wechat, Wanda cinemas, Haier, etc. All these are private companies run by ordinary Chinese citizens. The government systems and structures shielded these companies from unnecessary competition with big foreign companies. Baidu was shielded from Google, Google is banned in China so that Baidu can grow. Facebook is banned in China so that Weibo and Wechat can grow. Ebay was banned in China so that Alibaba and its Taobao websites can grow. The Chinese take pride in seeing their own rise and get recognized. Imagine 30 years ago the Chinese were poorer than some African countries but today they are giving us AID. From backyard and garage factories to state of the art manufacturing industries supplying the whole world. If it were here in Africa we could have banned our own companies run by our citizens so that foreign companies can thrive. Unfortunately that’s what we are doing now. The aim of the Chinese is to produce Chinese citizens who can compete at international levels, soon they will be producing the richest person in world. They identify individuals with talent and nurture them. Here we crush local talent with our mighty so that foreigners can win. The way the Chinese do things is the same way Americans and most western countries do. They promote their own, no wonder they are the best in everything and we are the worst in everything. Kumbukilani Phiri Zambian Enterprenuer The post Letter: How China Has Promoted Local Industries appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Minister, Aides Defend Malawi President Mutharika’s Press-Dodging On UNGA

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Foreign Affairs and international Cooperation Emmanuel Fabiano defended President Peter Mutharika, who has been under fire from the local media for his prolonged stay in the United States of America after attending this year’s…

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Foreign Affairs and international Cooperation Emmanuel Fabiano defended President Peter Mutharika, who has been under fire from the local media for his prolonged stay in the United States of America after attending this year's United Nations General Assembly, for staying away at a press conference which was to take place at Kamuzu Palace to brief journalists on his trip, saying there is no law demanding President to hold presser.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Malawi Teachers Salaries Delayed Again

[Nyasa Times] Malawi government will once again delay paying the salaries of teachers in public primary and secondary schools this month which is attributed to bureaucracy in the State machinery.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi government will once again delay paying the salaries of teachers in public primary and secondary schools this month which is attributed to bureaucracy in the State machinery.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

7 Thyolo Men Due in Court Oct 13 for Damaging Property Over ‘Blood Sucking’ Syndicate

[Nyasa Times] Seven men are on remand at Thyolo Prison in connection with a blood sucking fracas where some irate villagers invaded and ransacked the house of Olendo Chaponda, nephew to Dr. George Chaponda Member of Parliament for Mulanje South West an…

[Nyasa Times] Seven men are on remand at Thyolo Prison in connection with a blood sucking fracas where some irate villagers invaded and ransacked the house of Olendo Chaponda, nephew to Dr. George Chaponda Member of Parliament for Mulanje South West and destroyed some property in the process.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Rulling Party’s Ngwenya Handover Maize Mill to Area 23 Residents – Free to All

[Nyasa Times] The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Secretary General Greselder Jeffrey Wa Jeffrey and the parliamentary candidate for October 17 by-elctions, Dr Reuben Ngwenya have y handed over a maize mill to Lilongwe Area 23 residents.

[Nyasa Times] The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Secretary General Greselder Jeffrey Wa Jeffrey and the parliamentary candidate for October 17 by-elctions, Dr Reuben Ngwenya have y handed over a maize mill to Lilongwe Area 23 residents.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi