Monthly Archives: February 2015

African U-17 Championship: Amuneke psyches up Eaglets for bronze (Nigerian Tribune)

Golden Eaglets’ head coach, Emmanuel Amuneke, has psyched his wards to go all out for a victory in today’s third-place match against Guinea as parting gift from the Niger 2015 CAN U-17

Experts for extensive research in field of cancer (The Balochistan Times (Pakistan))

Experts from across the country and abroad have called for extensive research in the field of cancer that has emerged to cause no less than 8 million deaths in the world with

Legal Analysis Finds Tribal Peoples Persecuted Unjustly for 'Wildlife Crime' [press release]

Tribal peoples like the Baka in southeast Cameroon face abuse by anti-poaching squads. British human rights lawyer Gordon Bennett has issued a damning legal analysis of the negative impacts of wildlife law

NAC, Wesbank Meet On Operational Arrangements for Vehicle Finance Scheme

Top officials of National Automotive Council (NAC) and WesBank of South Africa met in Abuja recently on the proposed roll-out of made-in-Nigeria Vehicle Finance Scheme scheduled for later this year. WesBank, a

NAC, Wesbank Meet Over National Vehicle Finance Scheme

The officials of the National Automotive Council (NAC) and WesBank of South Africa on Wednesday met in Abuja on the proposed roll-out of made-in-Nigeria vehicle finance scheme later in the year. A

NSE in New High As Earnings Season Starts

We are now slap bang in the middle of the earnings season here at the Nairobi Securities Exchange. The Nairobi bourse has been on quite a roll in 2015 and accelerated sharply

Former criminals reduce killings in South Africa's ganglands (dpa German Press Agency)

Ten former criminals are mediating between gangs to halt a vicious cycle of murder and retaliation in a poverty-stricken neighbourhood just outside of Cape Town. The unusual concept has halved gang-related killings

Experts for extensive research in the field of cancer (Regional Times (Pakistan))

Experts from across the country and abroad have called for extensive research in the field of cancer that has emerged to cause no less than eight million deaths in the world with

Kenya looks to Algeria for answers to terrorism (Business Daily (Kenya))

Kenya’sPresident Uhuru Kenyatta made his maiden trip to North Africa last week, meeting with Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika in what turned out to be a search for another partner for the country’s

Bamboo – an Answer to Deforestation or Not in Africa? [analysis]

Deforestation is haunting the African continent as industrial growth paves over public commons and puts more hectares into private hands. According to the Environmental News Network, a web-based resource, Africa loses forest