Progressive Switch Over

[Cameroon Tribune] Innovations in the world nowadays are such that neither individuals nor economies can afford to stay aloof with the changes especially as concerns evolutions in information and communication technologies. The rising influence of the …

[Cameroon Tribune] Innovations in the world nowadays are such that neither individuals nor economies can afford to stay aloof with the changes especially as concerns evolutions in information and communication technologies. The rising influence of the technology has not left the banking sector indifferent. Like any other business, it is aligning with the wave of digitalisation that is currently sweeping the global economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Mbonge – Grappling With Cocoa Realities

[Cameroon Tribune] The “cocoa peak season” in Mbonge sub division is far better than Christmas. During this period the old and the young talk rich. But the beginning of April brings woe, driving every tail between the legs and pushing every farmer to t…

[Cameroon Tribune] The "cocoa peak season" in Mbonge sub division is far better than Christmas. During this period the old and the young talk rich. But the beginning of April brings woe, driving every tail between the legs and pushing every farmer to the naked realities of cocoa farming.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Restructuring – Nigeria Has Lot of Imperfections – APGA Chieftain

[Vanguard] A chieftain of All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, in Imo State, Mr. Okey Ezeh, yesterday, said the current structure of Nigeria has a lot of “imperfections.”

[Vanguard] A chieftain of All Progressive Grand Alliance, APGA, in Imo State, Mr. Okey Ezeh, yesterday, said the current structure of Nigeria has a lot of "imperfections."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Bradley to Host Netball Tourney

[The Herald] The National Association of Schools Heads Stella Tea Under-17 netball finals will explode at Bradley Institute in Madziva tomorrow with defending champions, Sikhulile High, favourites to win a second title in a row.

[The Herald] The National Association of Schools Heads Stella Tea Under-17 netball finals will explode at Bradley Institute in Madziva tomorrow with defending champions, Sikhulile High, favourites to win a second title in a row.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

FNL Party Accuses Ruling CNDD-FDD of Exterminating Its Members

[Iwacu] The spokesman for the opposition party National Forces for Liberation (FNL), the wing led by Agathon Rwasa said yesterday the members and supporters of the party are being exterminated. He blames the ruling CNDD-FDD.

[Iwacu] The spokesman for the opposition party National Forces for Liberation (FNL), the wing led by Agathon Rwasa said yesterday the members and supporters of the party are being exterminated. He blames the ruling CNDD-FDD.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Six NISA Agents Killed in a Revenge Attack After a Villa Somalia Guard Was Shot Dead

[Dalsan Radio] Six NISA agents including a commander were shot dead in a firefight with Villa Somalia guards at the National Theatre Checkpoint in Mogadishu Radio Dalsan reports.

[Dalsan Radio] Six NISA agents including a commander were shot dead in a firefight with Villa Somalia guards at the National Theatre Checkpoint in Mogadishu Radio Dalsan reports.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Senate Expected to Vote On Amendment Bill

[The Herald] Senate is next Tuesday expected to vote on Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (Number One) Bill after the proposed law went through committee stage in the Upper House yesterday. The Bill sailed through the National Assembly on Tuesday. Vic…

[The Herald] Senate is next Tuesday expected to vote on Constitution of Zimbabwe Amendment (Number One) Bill after the proposed law went through committee stage in the Upper House yesterday. The Bill sailed through the National Assembly on Tuesday. Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who oversees the Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs, steered the Bill, where he argued that the proposed constitutional amendments were consistent with global best practices.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe