2012-02-22 11:10:15Report Urges a Rethink of Informal Sector As Nation Longs for Full Employment[World Bank]
The labor market in Cameroon is characterized by a large informal sector, low-paying jobs, and low productivity due partly to the fact that the education system is not geared toward meeting the needs of the jobs market. These are key highlights of the third issue of the Cameroon Economic Update, a publication of the World Bank's office in the Central African nation.
Friday, 12-13-13, 8:57Eala, Rwanda Through to the Semis in Football[EAC]Kampala -EALA this afternoon lost to the Parliament of Tanzania 0-1 at the KCCA Lugogo stadium. The regional legislators however sailed through to the semi-finals of the Inter-Parliamentary soccer games after leading the group with 3 points.
Friday, 12-13-13, 8:55Nams Approve 2014 Draft Budget Estimates With Amendments[Foroyaa]Amie Sanneh Members of the National Assembly Yesterday Approved the 2014 Draft Budget Estimates With Amendments After It Has Gone Through the Committee of Supplies of the Whole House. Readers Would Recalled That the Minister of Finance and Economic Affairs, Kebba S. Touray, On Monday 2 December 2013 Presented to the National Assembly the 2014 Draft Budget Estimates, D11, 506.8 Million. Debating On the Issue, the Member for Serrekunda West, Sulayman Joof, Said He Has Gone Through the Document and Taken Into
Friday, 12-13-13, 8:53Industry Units Told to Report to Ministry[ANGOP]The officials in charge of the country's industry units, mainly the state-owned plants, must provide mandatory information to the Ministry of Industry, urged the State Secretary for the sector, Kiala Ngone Gabriel.
Friday, 12-13-13, 8:50Ematum Bonds Enter State Budget[AIM]Maputo -Mozambican Finance Minister Manuel Chang announced on Thursday that the government has accepted a proposal from the parliamentary Plan and Budget Commission (CPO) to include in the 2014 state budget the purchase of 30 ships from a shipyard in Cherbourg, France.
Friday, 12-13-13, 8:45Four Activists Released On Bail of Egp 5000 Over Protesting Without Permission Charge[HRInfo]Cairo: -Al-Ahram Prosecution, at 6th October Court, yesterday released "Sayyed Mohamed Mohamed Hammed", "Shady Hussein Farouk", "Mohamed Sabry Mahmoud" and "Abdel Rahman Mohamed Magdy" on bail of EGP 5000 per capita. The four activists were arrested two days ago in light of pasting anti-protest law posters. The Prosecution accused them of protesting without permission, inciting riots and bullying.