Computer Village Stakeholders Move Against Phone Theft

[Daily Trust] Lagos -One of the major challenges being faced at the Lagos Computer Village, the largest Information and Communication Technology (ICT) hub in Africa, is the problem of phone theft, it was observed yesterday.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -One of the major challenges being faced at the Lagos Computer Village, the largest Information and Communication Technology (ICT) hub in Africa, is the problem of phone theft, it was observed yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

South Africa – a Five-Legged Camel Turning and Heading to Greener Pastures

[Daily Maverick] I remember attending a function in 1998 when Alec Irwin, then minister of trade and industry, said “no matter how fast and efficiently we make the animal run – government is a five-legged camel.” And that was in the days when the ANC w…

[Daily Maverick] I remember attending a function in 1998 when Alec Irwin, then minister of trade and industry, said "no matter how fast and efficiently we make the animal run - government is a five-legged camel." And that was in the days when the ANC was speaking with one voice, acting with energy and care for its constituents, the Constitution and the common good of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Gordhan Praises Ramaphosa, Backs State Capture Inquiry

[News24Wire] Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Thursday told CNN that a judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture would “clear the air”.

[News24Wire] Former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan on Thursday told CNN that a judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture would "clear the air".

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Systemic ‘Failure in Eastern Cape Education’

[GroundUp] Nearly 2,000 learners from schools in the Eastern Cape marched to the provincial education department in Zwelitsha, King William’s Town on Freedom Day. The protest follows the launch earlier this week of a 100 page report by Equal Education …

[GroundUp] Nearly 2,000 learners from schools in the Eastern Cape marched to the provincial education department in Zwelitsha, King William's Town on Freedom Day. The protest follows the launch earlier this week of a 100 page report by Equal Education titled Planning to Fail.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

When Art Confronts Politics and the Corporate Boardroom

[New Times] Nelson ‘Madiba’ Mandela remains an international figure many hold dear for his leadership and rectitude. It was therefore to great dismay around the world that a South African artist should portray Madiba being sexually assaulted by Preside…

[New Times] Nelson 'Madiba' Mandela remains an international figure many hold dear for his leadership and rectitude. It was therefore to great dismay around the world that a South African artist should portray Madiba being sexually assaulted by President Jacob Zuma in a work the artist titled, "The Economy of Eape".

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Holders Rayon Sports to Face Musanze in Peace Cup Last 16

[New Times] Peace Cup holders Rayon Sports will face first division league rivals Musanze FC in the last 16 of this year’s competition. The last 16 will be played over two legs, starting on the weekend of May 13-14 while the second leg will be staged a…

[New Times] Peace Cup holders Rayon Sports will face first division league rivals Musanze FC in the last 16 of this year's competition. The last 16 will be played over two legs, starting on the weekend of May 13-14 while the second leg will be staged a week later.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Exhaust All Means to Ramp Up Mutuelle Uptake

[New Times] Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) is not leaving any stone unturned in its quest to achieve universal target of community-based health insurance scheme, Mutuelle de Sante. From one campaign to another, right from previous managers of the …

[New Times] Rwanda Social Security Board (RSSB) is not leaving any stone unturned in its quest to achieve universal target of community-based health insurance scheme, Mutuelle de Sante. From one campaign to another, right from previous managers of the scheme to the present, RSSB, that took over last year, efforts have yielded varying degrees of success but never the 100 per cent dream target.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda