BTC Partners With Korea Telcom On Network Transformation

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) has partnered with Korea Telcom on a network transformation project to improve Internet service user experience.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Botswana Telecommunications Corporation (BTC) has partnered with Korea Telcom on a network transformation project to improve Internet service user experience.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Man Seeks Divorce Over Wife’s Alleged Communication With Ex-Lover

[Premium Times] A 45-year-old Marketer, Samsideen Apanisile, on Monday sought the dissolution of his 14-year marriage to his wife, Basirat, at an Ikorodu Customary Court in Lagos State, for allegedly communicating with her ex-lover on Facebook.

[Premium Times] A 45-year-old Marketer, Samsideen Apanisile, on Monday sought the dissolution of his 14-year marriage to his wife, Basirat, at an Ikorodu Customary Court in Lagos State, for allegedly communicating with her ex-lover on Facebook.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

How CCM Wins Landslide in Council By-Election

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -CCM has won a landslide in council by-election held in 43 wards across the country. The following are part of the results declared by the authorities in respective wards and districts.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -CCM has won a landslide in council by-election held in 43 wards across the country. The following are part of the results declared by the authorities in respective wards and districts.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Cop Allegedly Shoots Driver Over N100 Bribe

[Guardian] Asaba -A suspected drunk police man on Thursday went berserk and allegedly opened fire on a moving commercial bus in Ibusa community near Asaba in Delta State, leaving a female passenger injured.

[Guardian] Asaba -A suspected drunk police man on Thursday went berserk and allegedly opened fire on a moving commercial bus in Ibusa community near Asaba in Delta State, leaving a female passenger injured.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Morocco Remains Committed to Supporting Palestinian Cause

[MAP] Rabat -Under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, Morocco and all its national components are committed to continuing the sustained efforts to serve the just Palestinian cause, said, Monday in Rabat, speaker o…

[MAP] Rabat -Under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, Chairman of the Al-Quds Committee, Morocco and all its national components are committed to continuing the sustained efforts to serve the just Palestinian cause, said, Monday in Rabat, speaker of the House of Representatives (lower house), Habib El Malki.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Nigerians Must Learn Lessons From Recession – Enelamah

[Premium Times] Nigerians must use the hard lessons of the recent economic recession to build a sustainable economy based on diversification away from oil and the oil curse.

[Premium Times] Nigerians must use the hard lessons of the recent economic recession to build a sustainable economy based on diversification away from oil and the oil curse.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Zambia Doesn’t Need Commonwealth To Dialogue – Youth

MMD national secretary Raphael Nakachinda says Zambians should be embarrassed of themselves for needing a referee to come supervise them to dialogue when they have institutions that resolve their differences. And the former ruling party official warned the Commonwealth not … Continued

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MMD national secretary Raphael Nakachinda says Zambians should be embarrassed of themselves for needing a referee to come supervise them to dialogue when they have institutions that resolve their differences. And the former ruling party official warned the Commonwealth not to fall in the trap of the UPND gimmicks of using the dialogue process to remain relevant politically. Commenting on the just released road map for dialogue by the Commonwealth, MMD National Secretary Raphael Nakacinda said the country has mechanisms that can be used to resolve conflicts without bringing outsiders. He said there is no political will in resolving conflicts among political stakeholders as they are only talking about dialogue when the Commonwealth delegation is in the country and are mute on the issue when they leave. “There are mechanisms among ourselves as political parties which we can encourage and foster dialogue but there is no political will. We have ZCID which has worked to achieve meaningful dialogue among political players and it has been done before in the past but how come today that platform is not utilised. “When the commonwealth comes everyone is stampeding to go and meet Professor Gambari and try to talk about this so called dialogue but when the delegation leaves there is no talk about dialogue so it is a fallacy, its just political gimmicks that should not be entertained. Actually we the Zambians must be embarrassed that we have to be supervised by somebody for us to talk and resolve our issues,” he said. Nakacinda also says the Commonwealth should wary of the UPND’s political gimmicks as the UPND are using the intervention from them to sustain a political agenda of equating President Lungu and their leader. He said the UPND will continue using dialogue to create an impression that their leader is the only option in the absence of President Lungu. “We are also aware that the upnd are basically attempting to use this intervention from the commonwealth in sustainable manner to advance their narrow political agenda. Provided there is some impression that there is tension or conflict it makes the upnd relevant. “They are pushing an agenda of equating HH and Edgar Lungu and give an impression that in the absence of President Edgar Lungu the only option is HH. That type of cheap politics must be seen for what it is, and the Commonwealth must be warned that they risk being used for very selfish and narrow political agenda. Professor Gambari and his team must be careful that they don’t end up in that trap,” he said. The post Zambia Doesn’t Need Commonwealth To Dialogue – Youth appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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