Illuminum Greenhouses Win Regional Ericsson Innovation Award

[CIO] Kenya’s Illuminium Greenhouses emerged as the winner of the Ericsson Innovation award for sub-Saharan Africa. Competing under the theme “Future of Food” the team, won for their smart greenhouse concept that uses sensors and mobile technology. The…

[CIO] Kenya's Illuminium Greenhouses emerged as the winner of the Ericsson Innovation award for sub-Saharan Africa. Competing under the theme "Future of Food" the team, won for their smart greenhouse concept that uses sensors and mobile technology. The team walks away with USD 10 000 and an entry into the Ericsson global Innovation Awards that takes place in early 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Under-20 Youth Games Team Performing Beyond Expectations

[The Herald] Ellina Mhlanga -THEY may not have had the best of preparations ahead of the Africa Union Sports Council Region Five Under-20 Youth Games but Team Zimbabwe are proving to be a force to reckon with at the ongoing competition in Luanda, Angol…

[The Herald] Ellina Mhlanga -THEY may not have had the best of preparations ahead of the Africa Union Sports Council Region Five Under-20 Youth Games but Team Zimbabwe are proving to be a force to reckon with at the ongoing competition in Luanda, Angola.Zimbabwe were on Tuesday occupying the second spot on the medals table with 40 medals. South Africa were leading with more gold medals than Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New House for Desperate, Destitute Family

[New Era] Walvis Bay -Tears of joy flowed freely in Kuisebmond on Tuesday when a family of seven, who previously lived in deplorable conditions in a backyard shack was generously rewarded with a two-bedroomed house by Good Samaritans of Walvis Bay.

[New Era] Walvis Bay -Tears of joy flowed freely in Kuisebmond on Tuesday when a family of seven, who previously lived in deplorable conditions in a backyard shack was generously rewarded with a two-bedroomed house by Good Samaritans of Walvis Bay.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Minister Dlamini Must Be Suspended Pending Further Investigation Into Dodgy CPs Deal

[DA] The Minister of Social Development, Bathabile Dlamini, must be suspended immediately, pending a full investigation into allegations that the invalid contract, awarded to Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) to distribute social grants to 17 million vulne…

[DA] The Minister of Social Development, Bathabile Dlamini, must be suspended immediately, pending a full investigation into allegations that the invalid contract, awarded to Cash Paymaster Services (CPS) to distribute social grants to 17 million vulnerable South Africans benefitted her friends.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Car Sales Bounce Back

[Namibian] A total of 1 317 vehicles were sold in November, a strong bounce from the low witnessed in October, with the value being 13,8% higher than October’s monthly figure.

[Namibian] A total of 1 317 vehicles were sold in November, a strong bounce from the low witnessed in October, with the value being 13,8% higher than October's monthly figure.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

SABC Inquiry – Now the Hard Work Begins

[DA] Now that the SABC parliamentary Ad Hoc committee has completed its hearings for this year, the hard work of putting together recommendations that will steer the SABC to calm waters begins.

[DA] Now that the SABC parliamentary Ad Hoc committee has completed its hearings for this year, the hard work of putting together recommendations that will steer the SABC to calm waters begins.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa