Africa Posts

Harness Local Content For Zimbabwe’s ICT Growth

By Lazarus Sauti , 07 , Jan 2014


Lazarus Sauti The near absence of local information and communications technology (ICT) companies to compete effectively on the African and global market is of great concern. Zimbabwe is losing more .. Read More →

Ugandans launch Vipi Phone App For Party Goers

By Correspondent , 07 , Jan 2014


Kampala - Ugandans are known to be generally happy people. They work almost as hard as they love partying. Little wonder the pearl of Africa has its place in countries .. Read More →

Morgan Tsvangirai`s Dirty Linen Causes Revulsion At MDC

By Correspondent , 07 , Jan 2014


MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai has come under fire from his subordinates who accuse him of bringing the name of the opposition party into disrepute by “washing dirty linen” about .. Read More →

Ghost Students and Fraudsters Haunt Kyambogo University

By Correspondent , 07 , Jan 2014


Kampala- Kyambogo University management has set February 19 and 20 for the 10th graduation ceremony amidst growing revelations of student fraudsters comprising the finalists’ list. The Daily Monitor has learnt .. Read More →

Corruption Should Never Be Tolerated

By Lazarus Sauti , 06 , Jan 2014


Lazarus Sauti Karl Kraus, Austrian writer and journalist, once said: “Corruption is worse that prostitution. The later might endanger the morals of an individual; the former invariably endangers the morals .. Read More →

Embrace Biotechnology For Development

By Lazarus Sauti , 06 , Jan 2014


Lazarus Sauti Biotechnology is a new technology that has the potential to do for development what mobile technology has done for the communication sector in the country. This new technology .. Read More →

Kenya Stands To Lose Should Peace Talks Fail In South Sudan

By Correspondent , 06 , Jan 2014


Wary of loss of investments by its nationals and the influx of refugees into the country, Kenya has taken a leading role in preventing South Sudan violence from spiralling into .. Read More →

Tunisia Constitution Debate Suspended Over Death Threat

By Correspondent , 06 , Jan 2014


Tunis (AFP) - Debate on Tunisia's new constitution was suspended for several hours Sunday after a deputy claimed he had received death threats because a colleague accused him of being .. Read More →

South Sudan Rivals Open Ceasefire Talks

By Takudzwa Mashumba , 05 , Jan 2014


South Sudan's warring parties opened negotiations in Addis Ababa Friday aimed at striking a ceasefire deal and ending nearly three weeks of conflict, Ethiopia's foreign ministry said, although face-to-face talks .. Read More →