Monthly Archives: July 2019

Talks in Sudan Stop After 6 People Were Killed in Protests

KHARTOUM – Talks on power sharing between Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and the opposition have been postponed after six people were killed in protests. The deaths occurred in the city of Obbayed.

Sudan’s Transitional Military Council and opposition groups suspended …

South Africa Says Unemployment At Highest Level in A Decade

JOHANNESBURG – South Africa says unemployment has reached its highest level in a decade at 29%.

Second-quarter figures released Tuesday show the number of unemployed rose by 573,000 over the past year, with only 21,000 jobs created.

It is the …

Moroccan King Seeks Government Shake-Up to Calm Frustrations

RABAT, MOROCCO – Morocco’s king is calling for a government reshuffle, seeking “new blood” and saying the country’s development policy isn’t doing enough to meet citizens’ needs.

In a speech Monday night marking his 20 years on the throne, King …

Vivo fait part de son plan d’expansion sur les marchés du Moyen-Orient et d’Afrique

Apport d’une gamme de produits novateurs et élégants à davantage de consommateurs autour du monde

DUBAÏ, Émirats arabes unis, 29 juillet 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Vivo a annoncé aujourd’hui son plan d’expansion sur les marchés du Moyen-Orient et d’Afrique, régions dans

Vivo Announces Expansion Plan into Middle East and Africa Markets

Bringing a range of innovative and stylish products to more consumers around the world

DUBAI, United Arab Emirates, July 29, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Vivo today announced its expansion plan into the Middle East and Africa markets and will soon launch …

Seychelles loses a sparkling star with passing of well-known painter

Art lovers in Seychelles are mourning the loss of one of the best visual artists and painter in the island nation.

Allen Ernesta was well known for his works depicting the island nation’s way of life, its beautiful sceneries and …