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Zimbabwe: Ex-ZBC Reporter Opens Recording Studio

April 25, 2021
Former Zimbabwe Broadcasting Corporation TV reporter Andrew Neshamba has launched a recording studio in Harare’s Dzivaresekwa Extension suburb. The new studio, which will operate under Neshamba’s Drewmars Media, was launched last Monday in Dzivaresekwa on the day the journalist celebrated his birthday. Drewmars Media is an online television outlet, which broadcasts via the video-sharing platform

Africa: 5G Opens the Gates for Surveillance On Steroids

April 6, 2021
It’s the beginning: 5G will bring radical changes in how we live, with far-reaching implications for privacy and surveillance. Although the tech is new, decades-old legislation* already paves the way for South African authorities to access citizens’ information through their personal smart devices. Imagine a world where police no longer needed human witnesses. One where

Botswana Opens Hunting Season With 287 Elephants On Offer

March 25, 2021
Gaborone, Botswana — Botswana is to issue nearly 300 elephant hunting licenses next month for the first full hunting season since a ban was lifted in 2019. Coronavirus travel restrictions disrupted the hunting season last year in Botswana, home to the world’s largest elephant herd. The country’s Department of Wildlife and National Parks will issue

Africa: AfCFTA – Africa Opens for Free Trade

January 8, 2021
African countries opened their markets to each other on 1st January under the continental free trade agreement and now duty-free trading of goods across borders is underway despite the COVID-19 pandemic and other teething problems that need sorting out for a smoother full rollout. The new market, created under the African Continental Free Trade Area

CENTRAL AFRICA/WEST AFRICA : Jeantet opens new 'green' OHADA desk

December 23, 2020
Green energy will be the theme of the first two seminars organised by Jeantet’s brand new OHADA desk. Source link

Ex-Watergate Prosecutor Says SCOTUS Ruling Opens Door To Trump Being Indicted For Tax Fraud

July 10, 2020
Former Watergate prosecutor Nick Akerman said on Thursday that the Supreme Court’s ruling on Donald Trump’s financial documents could be a ticking time bomb for the president. During an interview with MSNBC’s Joy Reid, Akerman said Trump should be concerned that a tax or bank fraud indictment is on the horizon now that independent investigators