Date Archives for July 2013
Makula Dunbar, 5:13 pm
Morocco’s ruling Islamists look set to form a new coalition government with a liberal party after their previous conservative partners walked out in a row centred on cuts to fuel and food subsidies.
Makula Dunbar, 1:23 pm
Rwanda dismissed on Tuesday U.S. charges that it was supporting M23 rebels in neighboring Democratic Republic of Congo and said leveling accusations would not help pacify the region.
Makula Dunbar, 1:12 pm
The chairman of Kenya’s National Union of Teachers (KNUT) has warned of “dire consequences” if teachers’ salaries and allowances for July are not fully paid by the close of business Wednesday.
Makula Dunbar, 12:52 pm
Angola is a land of promise and plenty. Richly endowed with minerals, water and arable land, its citizens laid down their weapons little more than a decade ago, after 27 years of mostly unremitting civil conflict that followed a long struggle against Portuguese colonialism.
Frank Mutulu, 12:28 pm
Kenya as a growing economy has been encouraging investments as a means to the end that is Kenya Vision 2030 – the targeted year when the country hopes to earn middle-income status, providing high quality of life to all its citizens.
Julia Austin, 11:00 am
Managing your money should not take up too much brainpower or time — those things could be used for making more money! These apps allow the management of your finances to essentially go on autopilot so monitoring your spending and savings is no longer a pencil and calculator activity.
Steven J. Smith, 9:40 am
EcoPost, based in Ruaraka, Kenya, turns discarded plastic into a product that not only saves wood, but boosts employment as well — all the while preserving the 2 percent of Kenya’s precious, shrinking forest cover.
Julia Austin, 9:00 am
We have to think long and hard to go to the movies today since a ticket plus popcorn can run us $30. But for residents of some cities, spending a larger-than-desired chunk of their paycheck each time they step outside is the only option. Check out these cities around the world where it may be […]
Makula Dunbar, 5:40 pm
Created by the African Development Bank (AfDB), Nigeria’s infrastructure development strategy dubbed the National Integrated Infrastructure Master Plan (NIIMP) will be carried out over 30 years with six 5-year progress benchmarks. Three strategic 10-year plans will be the core of the project, The Nation reported.
Dana Sanchez, 5:14 pm
The State Department bears some responsibility for scaring U.S. investors away from Tanzania, an envoy said. It issues “scary travel warnings, the kind of things which other governments don’t do.”
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