Ballet On the Rise in Johannesburg

[GroundUp] Young trainees from Joburg Ballet’s three developmental schools participated in their end of year performance in front of excited parents and proud teachers. The young dancers have been trained in classical dance at the Joburg Ballet’s satel…

[GroundUp] Young trainees from Joburg Ballet's three developmental schools participated in their end of year performance in front of excited parents and proud teachers. The young dancers have been trained in classical dance at the Joburg Ballet's satellite schools in Soweto, Alexandra and Braamfontein.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cut Sticky Fingers in Command Agric

[The Herald] The Command Agriculture programme is the latest initiative by Government to ensure the primacy of agriculture in the country both as a way to avert hunger and as an economic imperative.Zimbabwe has not realised the full potential of land r…

[The Herald] The Command Agriculture programme is the latest initiative by Government to ensure the primacy of agriculture in the country both as a way to avert hunger and as an economic imperative.Zimbabwe has not realised the full potential of land reform's agricultural revolution owing to a number of factors, both internal and external.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Berhan Bank Shines As Profits Rise

[Addis Fortune] Berhan Bank scored a profit of 260.2 million Br after tax in 2016. For the seven-year-old bank, this is an increase of 146pc from last years performance and is the largest rate of increment compared to all banks who have declared their …

[Addis Fortune] Berhan Bank scored a profit of 260.2 million Br after tax in 2016. For the seven-year-old bank, this is an increase of 146pc from last years performance and is the largest rate of increment compared to all banks who have declared their profits this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Diabetes – Everyone Has a Role to Play

[The Herald] Timothy Stamps -Yesterday, November 14, was World Diabetes Day. In the 1600s diabetes was known as “the pissing disease” because the major symptom was excessive urination, leading to premature death.In the first decade of the 19th Century,…

[The Herald] Timothy Stamps -Yesterday, November 14, was World Diabetes Day. In the 1600s diabetes was known as "the pissing disease" because the major symptom was excessive urination, leading to premature death.In the first decade of the 19th Century, it was part of what the then medical profession called the obesity sextette.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Anchor Milk Signs Agreement With Milk Suppliers

[Addis Fortune] New Zealand Milk Products Ethiopia, the producer of Anchor Fortified Milk Drink, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ethiopian Milk Suppliers Association to set up milk collection shed around the country. The agreement, pa…

[Addis Fortune] New Zealand Milk Products Ethiopia, the producer of Anchor Fortified Milk Drink, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Ethiopian Milk Suppliers Association to set up milk collection shed around the country. The agreement, part of the company's corporate social responsibility program, is expected to help support domestic milk production and distribution. Worth an estimated five million Br, the deal will see New Zealand Milk Products provide equipment to build one milk collection center in Chanch

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia