The Women in News editors and senior journalists from Botswana, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Malawi and Tanzania. Rwandan Women in News journalists will join the programme soon.
Women in News has first 2016 Africa meeting

The Women in News (WiN) initiative, an editorial leadership programme for African women working in media, launched its sixth year in 2016.

Laine Barnard
The story of the African consumer

Trying to define the average African consumer is near impossible. Tastes and shopping habits are unique to each country, with differences found between regions and even cities within a country.

By Laine Barnard

Zimbabwe given net censorship all-clear
Zimbabwe given net censorship all-clear

Zimbabwe has been given the all clear in a survey of countries which censor the internet.

Indalo Yethu Activision Day: “Save Tomorrow, Today”
Indalo Yethu Activision Day: “Save Tomorrow, Today”

International Day of Biological Diversity on 22 May will usher in the launch of South Africa's primary environmental awareness initiative. Biological diversity and an unharmed environment are the cornerstones to sustainable development in support of poverty reduction.

Draconian comms bill a threat to rights

New Bill encroaches even further on the rights of Zimbabweans to communicate freely.

Afriville.com's pan-Africanism integration through segregation

Afriville.com, an online community of Africans at home and in diaspora, has recently been rebuilt to further bridge the gap between individual African nations and Africans abroad, whether African American, black British or African Latino. The new tools, content and forums are designed to bring the community even closer together.

Tyco to run marine survey

Herakles Telecom has awarded the Sea Cable System (SEACOM) marine survey to Tyco Telecommunications, a business unit of Tyco Electronics. The 13,000km marine survey commences the development of the undersea fibre-optic network which will provide high capacity bandwidth connectivity between South Africa, Madagascar, Mozambique, Tanzania, Kenya, India and Europe.

Addressing Africa's 'Missing Link'
Addressing Africa's 'Missing Link'

Making an international phone call or connecting to high-speed internet is beyond the reach of the average citizen of East and Southern African countries* in part because the region is not connected to the global optical fiber broadband infrastructure. The ‘missing link’ explains why the region accounts for less than one percent of the world’s international bandwidth capacity.

Loeries expo flies into Namibia

The Loerie Awards season is now officially underway and the Travelling Exhibition, sponsored by the SABC, is currently showcasing the 2006 award-winning work to marketers, agencies, consumers, up-and-coming creatives and students at DV8 Saatchi & Saatchi in Windhoek, Namibia, 13 April - 20 April 2007.

Kenya, Burundi and Madagascar secure funds for hi-speed internet

Kenya, Burundi and Madagascar have secured a $164.5 million (approx R1.17 billion) loan from the World Bank to help roll-out high-speed internet networks.

By Muthoni Kariuki

Puma to sponsor Namibian football
Puma to sponsor Namibian football

The Namibian Football Association (NFA) has signed a sponsorship deal with global 'sportslifestyle' brand Puma.

A NEWAFRICA design perspective for Europe
A NEWAFRICA design perspective for Europe

NEWAFRICA, a travelling design exhibition showcasing the latest and most contemporary products from Africa, is said to be the first of its kind in the world, and aims to challenge the prejudices associated with design on this continent.

Banking on Africa

African Banker, IC Publications’ new quarterly magazine dedicated to banking and finance in Africa, is to be launched in May 2007.

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