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Africa must brace for takeover by machines

SAP chief commercial officer, Franck Cohen. Picture by Savious Kwinika, CAJ News

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA recently in Florida, USA ORLANDO, FLORIDA, (CAJ News) – AFRICAN governments, besieged by spiraling protests over inept service delivery, have been urged to embrace technology to improve governance systems and ensure the burgeoning youth population has the requisite skills to compete in an increasingly digital world. Analysts meeting at a key summit […]

Jehovah’s blessings come from sincere confession

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA BELIEVERS nowadays want to receive blessings from Jehovah God yet are unwilling to abandon their sinful ways. That is impossible! When believers want to embark on an exciting journey with Jehovah God, with the sole intention to experience full blessings, one thing for sure, they must confess their sins that […]

Potatoes a sweet solution to Mozambique’s food insecurity woes

Potatoes

from BERTA MADIME in Maputo, Mozambique MAPUTO, (CAJ News) – A massive sweet potato project the Mozambican government has embarked on, with the support of international partners, is transforming the lives of impoverished rural communities, addressing long running challenges of food insecurity and thwarting exposure to disease. Launched by the United States government through its […]

Africa Week festivities off to a carnival

African women commemorating Africa Week alongside victims of deadly 2008
xenophobic violence. Photo by Savious Kwinika

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA and DIKELEDI NOKWANE JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SCORES of people killed and thousands left homeless during the xenophobic attacks that have heightened in South Africa in the past decade have been remembered as Africans of different nationalities converged in Johannesburg this past weekend. This coincided with the commemorations of the Africa Week, […]

SA health minister condemns leaders for medical tourism

Mugabe has repeatedly -embarked on medical trips abroad

By MTHULISI SIBANDA and GIFT NDOLWANE PRETORIA, (CAJ News) – SOUTH African health minister, Aaron Motsoaledi, has criticized African leaders for seeking treatment overseas while presiding over collapsing healthcare systems in their continent. The candid Motsoaledi bemoaned the trend as longtime Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe embarked on yet another medical trip to the Far East […]

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