Archive for: September, 2018

Confess and thy Lord shall forgive you in abundance

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA IRONICALLY, so-called Christians across the world today always go to the house of worship in search of wealth, success, marriage, healing and different kinds of blessings yet their actions do not conform to Jehovah God’s kingdom. While a few have been called, and really mean it in spirit, the majority […]

SA re-positions SMMEs for 4th industrial revolution

South Africa Minister of Small Business Development, Lindiwe Zulu addresses the Africa Tech Conference in Johannesburg Pic Supplied

by MTHULISI SIBANDA JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – GOVERNMENT and stakeholders are preparing and repositioning South Africa’s small, medium and micro-sized enterprises (SMME) sector to better leverage the opportunities of the fourth industrial revolution. The sector is crucial in Africa’s most advanced economy, with 90 percent of the 11 million new jobs to be created by […]

ISPA bemoans ‘data must fall’ legal delays

Mobile networks

by AKANI CHAUKE JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SOUTH Africa’s Internet Service Providers’ Association (ISPA) has decried the delayed implementation of End-User and Subscriber Service Charter (EUSSC) regulations anticipated protect consumers from alleged predatory practices by mobile networks and other service providers. ISPA pointed out it was now more than 100 days since these regulations were […]

‘False news’ charges against Somali journalist slammed

Broadcast journalist, Mohamed Abdiwali Tohow

from SAAD MUSE in Mogadishu, Somalia MOGADISHU, (CAJ News) – MEDIA rights groups are furious at the arrest of a Somali journalist accused by a regional government of spreading false news. Broadcast journalist, Mohamed Abdiwali Tohow, has been detained following a report in which he alleged the militant group Al-Shabaab was regrouping in parts of […]

Soldiers allegedly stranded in war against Boko Haram

Nigeria Army

from AHMED OBAFEMI in Maiduguri, Nigeria MAIDUGURI, (CAJ News) – THE Nigerian military has denied suggestions soldiers deployed in the northeast to fight the Boko Haram were starving and stranded in the volatile region. This follows a trending video depicting the troops begging for food and sleeping in classrooms. “There is nothing further from the […]

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