Government Receives Japanese Grant for New Bridge Across River Volta

[Ghana Govt.] Ghana is to receive an 11 billion, 239 million Japanese yen loan, with an interest of 0.10 per cent per annum, for the construction of a new 540-meter long cable-stay steel bridge across the Volta River.

[Ghana Govt.] Ghana is to receive an 11 billion, 239 million Japanese yen loan, with an interest of 0.10 per cent per annum, for the construction of a new 540-meter long cable-stay steel bridge across the Volta River.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

CPE Results 2016 Proclaimed

[Government of Mauritius] The Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) 2016 results have been made public yesterday by the Mauritius Examinations Syndicate (MES). A total of 22 092 candidates were examined.

[Government of Mauritius] The Certificate of Primary Education (CPE) 2016 results have been made public yesterday by the Mauritius Examinations Syndicate (MES). A total of 22 092 candidates were examined.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

Mauritius and South Africa to Deepen Collaboration in Various Economic Spheres

[Government of Mauritius] Mauritius and South Africa will further collaborate to strengthen both friendly and bilateral ties and deepen partnership in various economic spheres in view of reinforcing cooperation for the mutual benefits of the two countr…

[Government of Mauritius] Mauritius and South Africa will further collaborate to strengthen both friendly and bilateral ties and deepen partnership in various economic spheres in view of reinforcing cooperation for the mutual benefits of the two countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

South Africa in 2017 – Adrift, With Rapids Approaching

[Daily Maverick] If there is one thing the small print of the ratings agencies’ collective decision not to consign us to the junk heap tells us, it’s that we are adrift. Their message is stark: if we do not get the engine of our economy moving soon, th…

[Daily Maverick] If there is one thing the small print of the ratings agencies' collective decision not to consign us to the junk heap tells us, it's that we are adrift. Their message is stark: if we do not get the engine of our economy moving soon, they will have no choice but to complete the job that President Jacob Zuma started so ably a year ago. We should be grateful that they did not act now; no doubt some of their experts argued strongly that they would be failing in their duty to not remove our "investment grade st

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

AMISOM Claims Killing 7 Al Shabaab Militants in Battle

[Shabelle] African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) said AU and Somali forces have killed at least seven Al shabaab members during a confrontation in Lower Shabelle province on Sunday.

[Shabelle] African Union Mission in Somalia (AMISOM) said AU and Somali forces have killed at least seven Al shabaab members during a confrontation in Lower Shabelle province on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Puntland Imposes Ban On Army Entry Into Airports

[Shabelle] Puntland state in northeastern Somalia has announced it banned the weapons from its main airports due to high security threat by the Al Qaeda-linked militant group Al shabaab.

[Shabelle] Puntland state in northeastern Somalia has announced it banned the weapons from its main airports due to high security threat by the Al Qaeda-linked militant group Al shabaab.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Health Minister Appeals to Population to Fight Drug Abuse

[Government of Mauritius] The Minister of Health and Quality of Life, Mr Anil Gayan, reiterated his appeal to the population to strive together to prevent drug use and drug abuse from ruining the life of young people. He made this statement yesterday a…

[Government of Mauritius] The Minister of Health and Quality of Life, Mr Anil Gayan, reiterated his appeal to the population to strive together to prevent drug use and drug abuse from ruining the life of young people. He made this statement yesterday at the inauguration of a Detoxification Centre and a Rehabilitation Centre at Mahebourg Hospital.

source: AllAfrica News: Mauritius

President Is Dragging His Feet On Report Into Phiyega’s Fitness to Hold Office

[DA] By refusing to prioritise the final report of the Claassen Board of Inquiry into fitness to hold office of suspended National Police Commissioner, Riah Phiyega, the President is contributing to instability in our police service and jeopardising pr…

[DA] By refusing to prioritise the final report of the Claassen Board of Inquiry into fitness to hold office of suspended National Police Commissioner, Riah Phiyega, the President is contributing to instability in our police service and jeopardising prospects for more effective policing.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa