Daily Archives: April 19, 2018

African Palm Corp. va lancer la production d’huile de palme en ...

– Les opérations d’African Palm Corp. constitueront un investissement considérable dans les économies locales et pour les PNB du groupe de pays ouest-africains participants. –  Afin de minimiser l’impact environnemental de ses opérations en Guinée-Bissau, African Palm Corp. a signé

African Palm Corp. to Launch Palm Oil Production in Guinea-Bissau, ...

– African Palm Corp.’s operations will mean considerable investment in local economies and GDPs for the cluster of participating West African countries. –  With the goal to minimize the environmental impact of its operations in Guinea-Bissau, African Palm Corp. signed

LONDON TO PROVIDE 50 MILLION POUNDS TO SOUTH AFRICA TO IMPROVE ITS ...

LONDON-- South African President Cyril Ramaphosa and British Prime Minister Theresa May have agreed on new British funding worth 50 million pounds over the next four years to help South Africa improve its business environment. The funding announced her...

SOUTH AFRICAN GOVT ORDERED TO PAY COSTS FOR ACTION IN CASE INVOLVING ...

PRETORIA-- The Pretoria High Court has order the Presidency to pay costs for Wednesday's court sitting after it withdrew former president Jacob Zuma's application to review the call from former Public Protector (Ombudsman) Thuli Madonsela to establish ...

POLICE CONFIRM RECEIVING REPORT OF DEATH THREAT AGAINST SOUTH AFRICAN ...

PRETORIA-- South African police have confirmed that the leader of opposition party the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Julius Malema, has met Police Minister Bheki Cele to discuss alleged death threats against him.The Minister's office said here Wedne...

Striking Zimbabwe Nurses Vow Legal Challenge to Dismissal

The organization representing more than 15,000 striking nurses in Zimbabwe vowed a legal battle unless the government reverses its order to fire strikers from state-run hospitals."We are forced to approach the courts to intervene," Enoch Dongo, secreta...

UN Health Agency: Dengue Vaccine Shouldn’t Be Used Widely

The World Health Organization says the first-ever vaccine for dengue needs to be dealt with in "a much safer way," meaning that the shot should mostly be given to people who have previously been infected with the disease.In November, the

As Commonwealth Leaders Meet, Questions Over Purpose, Leadership

Leaders from around the world are gathered in London for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting.Questions linger over the Commonwealth's future: what is it for, and what role should the former imperial power Britain play? In her opening address t...