Daily Archives: August 1, 2019

IBM Transforms its Software to be Cloud-Native and Run on Any Cloud with Red Hat

–  IBM software products now cloud-native for public and private clouds –  Enterprises can now build mission-critical applications once and run them on all leading public clouds or private clouds –  Sprint, Societe Generale, Associated Bank, Primerica, Ilmarinen and Fiducia & GAD IT AG turn to IBM and Red Hat to transform their business for the […]

Le groupe Hengtong organise la cérémonie d’inauguration de l’usine de fabrication de produits haute tension d’Abderdare

SUZHOU, Chine, 1er août 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Le 25 juillet 2019, Hengtong Aberdare Cables a organisé une grande cérémonie de dévoilement pour inaugurer l’usine de fabrication de produits haute tension d’Aberdare à Port Elizabeth, en Afrique du Sud. Au total, plus de 135 millions de rands (ZAR) ont été investis dans le projet. Cet investissement vient élargir […]

Together, For Glory! TECNO Mobile Supports the Man City Asia Tour 2019

SHANGHAI, Aug. 1, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Guardiola led Manchester City Football Club to Nanjing and Shanghai lately, officially kicking off the Man City Asia Tour 2019. As England’s first super-team to ever win four Premier League titles, Manchester City Football Club was warmly welcomed by fans across China. Being the official global partner of Manchester […]

Human Rights Watch Accuses Kenyan Police of Extrajudicial Killings

NAIROBI – Human Rights Watch has accused Kenya’s police force of carrying out the extrajudicial killings of around two dozen young men and boys in the low-income areas of Nairobi over the past year.In a report published earlier in July, the rights grou…

Mogadishu Mayor Dies From Wounds Sustained in al-Shabab Attack

MOGADISHU – Authorities in Somalia say the mayor of the capital has died of wounds sustained in a militant suicide attack on his office last month.”I confirm that the mayor, Abdurahman Omar Osman, has died from the serious wounds he sustained in the vi…

Mozambique government, opposition to sign formal peace treaty – president

Renamo and Nyusi’s ruling party fought on opposing sides of the 16-year conflict that killed an estimated 1 million people before a peace accord ended the fighting in 1992, although violence has flared up sporadically in the years since.Nyusi, keen to …