Daily Archives: February 8, 2017

IBM lance « Digital – Nation Africa » et investit 70 millions de dollars pour doter l’Afrique de compétences informatiques grâce à une plate-forme Watson gratuite qui s’adresse à 25 millions de personnes

– L’initiative « IBM Digital – Nation Africa » pour l’enseignement et les compétences confirme l’intérêt d’IBM pour les « New Collar Jobs » – Ce programme doit toucher pas moins de 25 millions personnes

IBM Launches “Digital – Nation Africa”: Invests $70 Million to Bring Digital Skills to Africa with Free, Watson-Powered Skills Platform for 25 Million People

– “IBM Digital – Nation Africa” Education and Skills Initiative Expands IBM’s Global Emphasis on “New Collar Jobs” – Program designed to reach up to 25 million people across Africa, supports development

Pepsi® Celebrates Moments Of Contagious Superfan Passion

IN THE SECOND YEAR OF ITS GLOBAL UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE PARTNERSHIP, PEPSI REWARDS FANS AROUND THE WORLD WHO LIVE FOR THE MOMENT PURCHASE, New York, Feb. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — #PEPSIMOMENT – Throughout

Statement by the IGAD Executive Secretary on the Current Drought in the Greater Horn of Africa

The Horn of Africa is in the midst of a major drought resulting from La Nin~a and reduced moisture influx due to the cooling of the ocean water in the east African

Police arrest pair for conspiracy to commit armed robbery

Pair nabbed for conspiracy to commit armed robberyThe Hawks in North West have arrested Silas Msebi (37) and Mehluli Moyo (39) on Monday, 06 February 2017 for conspiracy to commit armed robbery

All roads lead to Parliament

With excitement building amongst South Africans around the 2017 State of the Nation Address (SONA), it seems government has ticked all the boxes on its to do list, and is satisfied with

The Presidency on employment of SANDF members for opening of Parliament

President Jacob Zuma has authorised the employment of members of the South African National Defence Force (SANDF) for service in cooperation with the South African Police Service (SAPS) to maintain law and

SOUTH AFRICAN GOVT URGED TO INVEST MORE IN COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES

Mental health interest groups in South African have called on the government to invest more in community mental health services following the deaths of 94 mentally-ill patients who died after they were

ECONOMIC EXCLUSION AMONG CHALLENGES WHICH MUST BE TACKLED, SAYS ZUMA

President Jacob Zuma says the scale of inequality and exclusion in South Africa is an important challenge which must be confronted this year. It needs urgent action. After two decades since democracy,