[The Point] The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Executive Board on Friday approved an immediate disbursement of about US$28.8 million to The Gambia to help meet the country’s financing needs, support social spending and the post-pandemic recovery.
[GhanaToday] The Ghana Highway Authority (GHA) has warned the general public of a fraudulent advert on various online portals promising job seekers juicy employment in the Authority.
[Citizen] MultiChoice Tanzania has launched a mouthwatering upgrade offer dubbed “Panda Tukupandishe”. This offer gives all active and disconnected DStv Bomba, Family and Compact customers a chance to pay and get to view programming on higher package w…
[Namibia Economist] The year 2021 is expected to remain under the shadow of the pandemic, despite increasing growth prospects as a result of vaccine roll-outs.
[Namibian] THE Ministry of Labour, Industrial Relations and Employment Creation seems to be taking a laid-back stance on the ongoing Shoprite strikes, putting its faith in conciliation.
South Africa: KZN Government Tackles ‘Demonic’ Covid Agenda, ‘Virus-Spreading’ 5G and Arrival of Vaccine
[Daily Maverick] The growing spread of disinformation surrounding alleged links between Covid-19 and the rollout of the 5G in South Africa is becoming a persistent headache for government and cellular network providers, particularly in KwaZulu-Natal.
[Daily Maverick] Programmatic marketing might be viewed as a spray-and-pray exercise, but advertising has such a pervasive wastage and fraud problem that it is eating chunks out of marketing budgets and skewing performance results – as Uber recently di…
South Africa: Employment and Labour Conveys Condolences On Passing On of Dr Welcome ‘Bhodloza’ Nzimande
[Govt of SA] Ministry and Department of Employment and Labour passes its condolences to the Nzimande family
[Nation] Court cases, debts, lack of political goodwill and competing interests among sugar millers conspire to delay the revival of the collapsed sugar sector, resulting in a long, tortuous wait by farmers from the western Kenya’s sugar belt.
[Nyasa Times] National Bank of Malawi (NBM) plc has rolled out an insurance premium financing facility where the bank will pay annual insurance premiums on behalf of its customers thereby freeing up their cash flow in the process.