Special Economic Zone Board Clarifies Atlantis Economic Zones Matter

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Special Economic Zones Advisory Board has dismissed inaccurate reports regarding the processing of the application to designate a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Atlantis in the Western Cape Province.

[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -The Special Economic Zones Advisory Board has dismissed inaccurate reports regarding the processing of the application to designate a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Atlantis in the Western Cape Province.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Must Uganda First Be Broken Apart and Put Together Afresh?

[Monitor] Some people have called me, telling me that they are worried about Uganda’s oldest surviving party – the Democratic Party. I have told them not to mourn for DP but rather to cry for Uganda. Going by the forces that tend to pull away from the …

[Monitor] Some people have called me, telling me that they are worried about Uganda's oldest surviving party - the Democratic Party. I have told them not to mourn for DP but rather to cry for Uganda. Going by the forces that tend to pull away from the centre unless we find a new formula for our togetherness, Uganda may go the way of Yugoslavia, Ethiopia/Eritrea or Sudan.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Global Lutherans Gather in Namibia to Mark 500 Years of Reformation

[LWF] Windhoek -A time to worship together, commemorate 500 years of the Reformation, decide work priorities and new governance  Lutherans from around the world are gathering in the Namibian capital Windhoek, 10-16 May, for the Twelfth Assembly of The Lutheran World Federation (LWF).

[LWF] Windhoek -A time to worship together, commemorate 500 years of the Reformation, decide work priorities and new governance  Lutherans from around the world are gathering in the Namibian capital Windhoek, 10-16 May, for the Twelfth Assembly of The Lutheran World Federation (LWF).

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Millions Displaced By Boko Haram Risk Statelessness – UN

[Premium Times] The United Nations High Commission for Refugees, UNHCR, Regional Representative for West Africa, Liz Ahua, says massive displacement in Nigeria’s North-East zone poses great dangers of statelessness for victims.

[Premium Times] The United Nations High Commission for Refugees, UNHCR, Regional Representative for West Africa, Liz Ahua, says massive displacement in Nigeria's North-East zone poses great dangers of statelessness for victims.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Booing Started At ANC Polokwane Conference in 2007

[COPE] Mr Jacob Zuma and the ANC are now tasting their own medicine; booing of leaders is not something new in the ANC, but in fact, it started in Polokwane at the 2007 ANC Conference when Zuma mobilized and instigated his unruly troops to boo Terror L…

[COPE] Mr Jacob Zuma and the ANC are now tasting their own medicine; booing of leaders is not something new in the ANC, but in fact, it started in Polokwane at the 2007 ANC Conference when Zuma mobilized and instigated his unruly troops to boo Terror Lekota and Thabo Mbeki whenever they wanted to address the Conference.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

FC Platinum Coach Mapeza Bemoans Shortage of Top Strikers

[Zimbabwe Standard] FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza has bemoaned the lack of lethal strikers in the domestic premiership, saying the shortage of goals is a problem not only unique to his Zvishavane-based outfit but common to all local topflight clubs.

[Zimbabwe Standard] FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza has bemoaned the lack of lethal strikers in the domestic premiership, saying the shortage of goals is a problem not only unique to his Zvishavane-based outfit but common to all local topflight clubs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Yadah Football Club Admit in-House Fighting

[The Herald] NEWBOYS Yadah FC have admitted they are facing huge in-house challenges after the team suffered probably the worst defeat in the history books of the modern Premiership with the 7-2 humiliation by lowly Bantu Rovers at Luveve at the weekend.

[The Herald] NEWBOYS Yadah FC have admitted they are facing huge in-house challenges after the team suffered probably the worst defeat in the history books of the modern Premiership with the 7-2 humiliation by lowly Bantu Rovers at Luveve at the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe