No Grace, No Mugabe At #GraceMugabe Solidarity March

[News24Wire] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his under fire wife Grace on Wednesday snubbed a rally that was organised by their ruling Zanu-PF party faithful to show support for the First Lady, who is facing a backlash for assaulting a 20 year-o…

[News24Wire] Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe and his under fire wife Grace on Wednesday snubbed a rally that was organised by their ruling Zanu-PF party faithful to show support for the First Lady, who is facing a backlash for assaulting a 20 year-old South African model.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Liquid Telecom Partners Microsoft for Cloud Solutions

[263Chat] Trailblazing pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, has today (30 August 2017) entered into a business agreement with Microsoft through a Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme allowing the two players to deliver scalable and secure clou…

[263Chat] Trailblazing pan-African telecoms group Liquid Telecom, has today (30 August 2017) entered into a business agreement with Microsoft through a Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) programme allowing the two players to deliver scalable and secure cloud services across Africa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Masiyiwa Launches Global Mentorship Competition

[New Zimbabwe] Econet Wireless founder Strive Masiyiwa has launched a global competition aimed at giving a chance to upcoming entrepreneurs to formalise and grow their businesses through provision of financial assistance and mentorship.

[New Zimbabwe] Econet Wireless founder Strive Masiyiwa has launched a global competition aimed at giving a chance to upcoming entrepreneurs to formalise and grow their businesses through provision of financial assistance and mentorship.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Robben Island Trip Was Exciting, Emotional – Malema

[News24Wire] Seemingly hardened EFF politicians were reduced to tears during a three-hour tour of Robben Island on Wednesday, to honour the wishes of the late struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada.

[News24Wire] Seemingly hardened EFF politicians were reduced to tears during a three-hour tour of Robben Island on Wednesday, to honour the wishes of the late struggle veteran Ahmed Kathrada.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

The Namibian Newspaper Turns 32

[Namibian] Thirty-two years ago, The Namibian newspaper’s first edition rolled off the printing press, and today the company celebrates 32 years of “telling it like it is.”

[Namibian] Thirty-two years ago, The Namibian newspaper's first edition rolled off the printing press, and today the company celebrates 32 years of "telling it like it is."

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

80 Kilos of Bhang Destined for Z’bar Impounded in Dar

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA) officers have intercepted an 80-kilo cargo of marijuana that was concealed among several bags containing cabbages and other vegetables destined for Zanzibar.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The Drug Control and Enforcement Authority (DCEA) officers have intercepted an 80-kilo cargo of marijuana that was concealed among several bags containing cabbages and other vegetables destined for Zanzibar.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

How Kenya Can Make Its Ethnic Democracy Work

[The Conversation Africa] This past election has confirmed that Kenya’s democracy is not fit for purpose. I say this because the country’s democracy hasn’t taken into account Kenya’s ethnic makeup. Ethnic tensions recur every election cycle making it p…

[The Conversation Africa] This past election has confirmed that Kenya's democracy is not fit for purpose. I say this because the country's democracy hasn't taken into account Kenya's ethnic makeup. Ethnic tensions recur every election cycle making it pretty obvious that politics in Kenya is a game of ethnic numbers.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

70% Lack Drugs in Hospital – Study

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -70 per cent of Tanzanians, who attended public health facilities last May, didn’t get the essential medicine and other medical supplies, a new study shows.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -70 per cent of Tanzanians, who attended public health facilities last May, didn't get the essential medicine and other medical supplies, a new study shows.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania