Civil Societies Should Not Be Spectators of Government – Madi Jobarteh

[Foroyaa] Madi Jobarteh of the Association of Non – Government Organisations has indicated that civil society should not be spectators of the government but take charge of their own destiny.

[Foroyaa] Madi Jobarteh of the Association of Non - Government Organisations has indicated that civil society should not be spectators of the government but take charge of their own destiny.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

The Political Parties Should Have Their House in Order

[Foroyaa] Political leaders are expected to be the teachers and guides of their supporters. They should provide examples to their supporters in word and conduct. If Political supporters use violence in word and deed and are not sanctioned by their part…

[Foroyaa] Political leaders are expected to be the teachers and guides of their supporters. They should provide examples to their supporters in word and conduct. If Political supporters use violence in word and deed and are not sanctioned by their party, one would assume that the party leaders are condoning the violence. Hence the leaders themselves should be focused to render account, if stories of political violence continue. This is the way to get political parties to put their house in order.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Activista Trains Advocates On Democracy

[Foroyaa] Mr. Ansuman Camara, the Programme Officer of Activista, has at a recent forum on democracy outlined the important role young people continue to play in Gambia’s ongoing democratization process.

[Foroyaa] Mr. Ansuman Camara, the Programme Officer of Activista, has at a recent forum on democracy outlined the important role young people continue to play in Gambia's ongoing democratization process.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Egerton University Lecturers Down Tools as Uasu Calls for Strike Over CBA

[Nation] University dons commenced their strike on Wednesday afternoon, the third this year, with their Universities Academic Staff Union (Uasu) leaders vowing they would not go back to work if the government does not meet their demands.

[Nation] University dons commenced their strike on Wednesday afternoon, the third this year, with their Universities Academic Staff Union (Uasu) leaders vowing they would not go back to work if the government does not meet their demands.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt’s Wake Up Call

[IPS] Goma -Late last week, the humanitarian community activated a Level 3 emergency for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). This trigger in the global humanitarian system is seldom used, and only after serious deliberation by the top echelons …

[IPS] Goma -Late last week, the humanitarian community activated a Level 3 emergency for the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). This trigger in the global humanitarian system is seldom used, and only after serious deliberation by the top echelons of the UN system.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Canal+ Launches Triple Play in Gabon – Vivendi Africa Group Makes a Grab for Fixed Bandwidth Ftth Customers

[Balancing Act] London -Vivendi Africa Group is about to make its first big push in its strategy to position itself in francophone Africa as an FTTH provider. In alliance with French Pay TV provider Canal+ it is just starting to offer a Triple Play ser…

[Balancing Act] London -Vivendi Africa Group is about to make its first big push in its strategy to position itself in francophone Africa as an FTTH provider. In alliance with French Pay TV provider Canal+ it is just starting to offer a Triple Play service in one of Africa's wealthier francophone countries, Gabon.

source: AllAfrica News: Gabon