DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania - A mobile app and online web portal designed to provide mentorship and learning on the go for girls and women in Africa has been launched by the Tanzania Women of Achievement (TWA).
16 Aug 2017
Consider how email has changed the world. It is estimated around 269 billion emails are sent daily, with the average office worker receiving 121 every 24 hours. But for some - especially in many parts of Africa - email technology is just not attainable.
10 Aug 2017
Even before celebrating its first birthday, the Moroccan daily Al Massae has received an unexpected gift.
14 Dec 2007
DHL South Africa, the leading global express delivery and logistics company, provided air and ground transport support for the safe delivery of four young cheetahs from Johannesburg to the Casela Bird Park in Mauritius this morning.
12 Dec 2007
There seems to be a rush to publish magazines on every subject under the sun and to start newspapers and while this may be a good development given the educational and information value of these publications, what is worrying is their high mortality rate.
Emeka Enyadike 15 Aug 2007
Two well-known Somali journalists - Radio Capital Voice director Mahad Ahmed Elmi and Ali Iman Sharmarke, director of Horn Afrik - were murdered in separate incidents on 11 August 2007.
14 Aug 2007
The Tanzanian Internet Service Providers Association (TISPA) has launched the second Internet Exchange (IX) service in Arusha, Tanzania. The Tanzania Communicatoins Regulatory Authority (TCRA) made the IX possible by donating equipment and infrastructure to TISPA for its setup.
Timothy Kasonde 7 Aug 2007
The war against corruption in Kenya is to assume new dimensions following the introduction of an online corruption reporting system code named Business Keeper Monitoring System (BKMS) to enable whistle blowers report corruption cases anonymously.
Joyce Joan Wangui 23 Jul 2007
Nashua has signed a three year deal to continue its naming rights sponsorship of the South African Sports Illustrated Swimwear Issue for an undisclosed amount. The annual print edition, which has made household names of models like Tanya Fourie, Christina Storm, Kerry McGregor, Minki van der Westhuizen, Megan McKenzie, Tanit Phoenix, Teresa de Klerk and Gina Athans will be supplemented with multi-media exposure including national radio and TV coverage.
29 Jun 2005
Preceeded by a welcoming tribe of Masai warriors, dancers and singers at the Federation of African Public Relations Associations (FAPRA) in Nairobi, Kenya, the Vice President of Kenya, Dr AA Moody Awori, said, "The role of public relations must be used as a tool to enhance service delivery to communities, promote good governance and take charge of communicating the African story."
12 Jun 2005