2012-02-27 07:13:22Dialogue Vital for North, Says France[RFI]
France's Foreign Affairs Minister Alain Juppé continued his African tour on Sunday with a visit to Mali. There, he met with President Amadou Toumani Toure on the crisis in the northern part of the country, which has been plagued by clashes between the army and Tuareg rebels.
Tuesday, 03-11-14, 8:53Namibia Ranked Second in Mining in Africa[New Era]Windhoek -In a recent survey by the Canadian-based research organization the Fraser Institute, Namibia has been ranked the second most favourable investment destination for mining and exploration activities on the African continent. "This means that the investor confidence in Namibia's government is good and most importantly that the security of tenure in Namibia is guaranteed. Furthermore, it means that we have a favourable mining regulatory framework and policies in place," commented the Minister of Mines and Ener
Tuesday, 03-11-14, 8:51Uphold Good Values, Speaker Tells Youths[Times of Zambia]SPEAKER of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini has urged Zambian youths to participate in governance issues of the country.
Tuesday, 03-11-14, 8:32Kudos FQM for Chiefs' Agro Training[Times of Zambia]FIRST Quantum Minerals (FQM) is doing the right thing by seeking training opportunities in conservation farming for traditional leaders in North-Western Province.
Tuesday, 03-11-14, 8:31Unam Shine At Elite Indoor Hockey Tourney[New Era]Windhoek -The 4th edition of the elite indoor hockey tournament of the Namibian Hockey Union (NHU) for Premier League teams kicked off at the Walvis Bay indoor sports complex last Saturday, where a total of 10 teams, four women and six men took part.
Tuesday, 03-11-14, 8:30Calls for UN Mission Boss to Resign After Weapons Seizure[Sudan Tribune]Rumbek -The United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS) has faced heavy criticism after security agents intercepted a weapons shipment in Lakes state, with calls for boss Hilde Johnson to stand down.