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Kenya: Five Major Projects On Offer

The government of Kenya is inviting investment in five projects in energy, transportation, agriculture and construction sectors. The projects are critical in the realisation of...

African Americans in Dallas Boycott Korean Business

The African American community in Dallas has been protesting a gas station run by a Korean-born U.S. citizen in a predominately black neighborhood in South Dallas for over a month, taking issue with what they claim were racial remarks by the station’s owner. The Korean government dispatched the consul general of the Korean Consulate General in Houston to the area yesterday to help resolve the issue, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.

Tanzania Rolls Out Multi-Million Dollar – Tourism Plan

Tanzania's Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism is spending 5bn/- in a five-year strategic plan to promote tourism, with special focus on beach and historical tourism. This ambitious project would also involve the setting up of Regional Tourism Boards to identify and promote tourists destinations, in collaboration with the Tanzania Tourist Board ( TTB).

Ethiopian Jews Protest Israeli Gov’t Decision To Reduce Jewish Immigration From...

AFRICANGLOBE - Up to 1,000 Ethiopian-born Jews protested Sunday opposite the Israel's Immigrant Absorption Ministry over a recent government recommendation to reduce the number of new Ethiopian Jews (olim) arriving each month. The immigrants, or Falash Mura (Ethiopian Jews whose ancestors converted to Judaism centuries ago) – many of whom still have family members living in Ethiopia – called on the government to keep the commitment it made a year ago to wind up aliya from the East African Nation within the next three years

Zambia Set to Issue 800 Mining Licences

More than 800 mining licences will be issued this year due to constant growth in the Zambian economy and the surging mineral prices, the Ministry of Mines and Mineral Development has said. As at September 5, 2011, the ministry had granted 1,387 small and large scale mining licences.

ICT Devt Will Contribute to Nigeria’s GDP Growth, Says Minister

Nigeria's Minister of Communication Technology, Mrs. Omobola Johnson has disclosed that the ministry would co-ordinate, facilitate and drive the development of the ICT industry to Increase its contribution to Nigeria's Gross Domestic Productin a way that will catapult the Nigerian economy to greater heights.

Arabic to Be Phased Out of South Sudan Shools in Three...

Minister for General Education, Hon Dr Michael Milli Hussein has announced that Arabic will be replaced by English as the sole medium of instruction in secondary schools in the Republic of South Sudan

Nigerian Government to Partner With State Govts to Boost Investment

The Ministry of Trade and Investment will be partnering with state governments in the country to boost both local and foreign investment. Minister of Trade...

Ethiopia Signs Oil an Gas Contracts

Ethiopia has signed agreements with eight international companies that will explore for gas and oil deposits across the country. The Horn of African country’s Ministry...

Government of Nigeria Creates Investment Ministry, Targets Creation of Three Million...

Nigeria's Federal Government, this week, created the Ministry of Trade and Investment in line with its promise to transform the economy within the next...

Jamaican Traitor Passed Sensitive Financial Information to US Embassy Officials

A SPY in Jamaica's Ministry of Finance provided the United States Embassy in Kingston with insider information on almost every move made by then Finance Minister Dr Omar Davies.

Chinese Firm to Pay U.S.$200 Million for Ethiopian Gas Concession

A Chinese company based in Hong Kong, whose name Ethiopian authorities have not disclosed, agreed to pay over 200 million dollars to the Ethiopian government last week for concessions on Calub Gas Reserve, located in Somali Regional State, sources have said.

Nigeria Budgets 6.4 Billion For E-Learning Project

The Federal Ministry of Education's plan to introduce e-learning in schools in Nigeria would cost N5.4billion as was disclosed on Monday by Chairman of the implementation committee Professor Godswill Obioma.

Why Hotel Rooms Are Expensive in Lagos

We have succeeded in the creating the first classification system in Nigeria. Lagos has scored the first in terms of standardization, regularization and classification of tourism industry."