Are Two Bad Presidential Candidates Better That One Good One?

[New Zimbabwe] News that Dr Nkosana Moyo is thinking of running for president has been received with some form of paradoxical excitement. Not a single person has managed to say he is not a good candidate; not even George Charamba or Prof Jonathan Moyo …

[New Zimbabwe] News that Dr Nkosana Moyo is thinking of running for president has been received with some form of paradoxical excitement. Not a single person has managed to say he is not a good candidate; not even George Charamba or Prof Jonathan Moyo who you would expect to denigrate anything good coming to Zimbabwe. There is near universal acceptance that he embodies the kind of values that we need in a leader.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tigo Partners With Godaddy to Support Small Enterprises

[New Times] Tigo Business has signed a partnership agreement with GoDaddy Inc, the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small and independent ventures, to offer GoDaddy online services to business customers in its African markets, starting with …

[New Times] Tigo Business has signed a partnership agreement with GoDaddy Inc, the world's largest cloud platform dedicated to small and independent ventures, to offer GoDaddy online services to business customers in its African markets, starting with Rwanda.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Elections Are a Numbers Game, Not About Coalitions

[The Herald] With presumably a year and a few months away from the next general election in Zimbabwe, a harmonised election for both the Executive and Parliament, the campaign season has undoubtedly begun.

[The Herald] With presumably a year and a few months away from the next general election in Zimbabwe, a harmonised election for both the Executive and Parliament, the campaign season has undoubtedly begun.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Air Transport Association Calls for Policies Implementation

[The Herald] The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has approved a resolution calling for governments to implement policies to accelerate the deployment of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF), a senior official said on Monday.IATA made the res…

[The Herald] The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has approved a resolution calling for governments to implement policies to accelerate the deployment of sustainable aviation fuels (SAF), a senior official said on Monday.IATA made the resolution during its 73rd Annual General Meeting (AGM) saying it had reaffirmed the industry's commitment to work with governments to implement the Carbon Offset and Reduction Scheme for International Aviation (CORSIA) global Carbo Dioxide emissions agreement.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Minister Calls for Holistic Approach to Fisheries

[The Herald] Despite being a landlocked country, Zimbabwe takes the implementation of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14 seriously, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri has said. Addressing a partnership dialogue…

[The Herald] Despite being a landlocked country, Zimbabwe takes the implementation of United Nations Sustainable Development Goal 14 seriously, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri has said. Addressing a partnership dialogue on sustainable fisheries here yesterday, Minister Muchinguri-Kashiri called for a holistic approach to sustainable fisheries that includes addressing all forms of pollution.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Appoints New High Court Judges

[Foroyaa] The President, Adama Barrow, has appointed two female judges to the high court, following recommendations made by the Judicial Service Commission, a statement from presidency stated on Friday.

[Foroyaa] The President, Adama Barrow, has appointed two female judges to the high court, following recommendations made by the Judicial Service Commission, a statement from presidency stated on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

GID Assistant Pro Speaks On Migration

[Foroyaa] The Assistant PRO of the Gambia Immigration Department, revealed that four(4) batches of 648 Gambian migrants have so far been returned from Libya in just five(5) months, but there are still more Gambians to be repatriated. As reports unveil,…

[Foroyaa] The Assistant PRO of the Gambia Immigration Department, revealed that four(4) batches of 648 Gambian migrants have so far been returned from Libya in just five(5) months, but there are still more Gambians to be repatriated. As reports unveil, many Gambians are currently stranded and suffering in Libya.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia