Daily Archives: March 1, 2018

UGANDA TO HOST AFRICAN POPULATION CONFERENCE IN 2019

KAMPALA, Uganda is to host the largest conference on population in Africa next year, according to the president of the Union for Africa Population Studies (UAPS), Professor Samuel Codjoe of Ghana.

The conference will highlight …

RESTORATION OF LAKE CHAD NOW A PAN-AFRICAN PROJECT

ABUJA, The six member States of the Lake Chad Basin Commission (LCBC) — Cameroon, the Central African Republic (CAR), Chad, Libya, Niger and Nigeria — have resolved to make the restoration of the basin a …

IPU SAYS TANZANIA LEADS EAST AFRICA IN REPRESENTATION OF WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP POSTS

DAR-ES-SALAAM, The Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) says Tanzania is leading East African Community (EAC) member States in the number of women representations in various leadership positions.

According to statistics from the IPU, although the country has …

HARARE-PRETORIA RELATIONS SET TO GROW UNDER NEW GOVTS IN THE NEIGHBOURING COUNTRIES

HARARE, Relations between Zimbabwe and South Africa are set to reach greater levels driven by the new governments which have recently taken over in the two neighbouring countries, a

diplomat here says.

Last November, Zimbabwe …

MEC Sihle Zikalala: Debate on KwaZulu-Natal State of the Province Address 2018

Speech by Hon. Sihle Zikalala, MEC for Economic Development, Tourism And Environmental Affairs, during the debate on the 2018 State of the Province Address

Honourable Speaker and Deputy Speaker

Honourable Premier and Members of the …