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Robotics revolution underway in South Africa

UiPath head of sales for South Africa Lenore Kerrigan

by SAVIOUS KWINIKA  JOHANNESBURG, (CAJ News) – SKILLS development is crucial to making the most of the robotic process automation (RPA) revolution and using it to grow jobs, rather than lose them. This is according to experts following the announcement by South African President Cyril Ramaphosa’s intention to introduce automation training at primary school level. However, while the RPA revolution is […]

CAR to try French terror mastermind in absentia

Frenchman, Christophe Renaiteau

from OMAN MBIKO in Bangui, Central African Republic BANGUI, (CAJ News) – AUTHORITIES in the Central African Republic (CAR) will try in absenstia the Frenchman, Christophe Renaiteau, arrested in Madagascar and deported following an existing judicial cooperation agreement between France and Madagascar. CAR has slapped 11 charges against Renaiteau for his alleged involvement in the […]

Russia-brokered truce takes effect in CAR

AUC Commisionner for Peace and Security, Smail Chergui

from OMAN MBIKO in Bangui, Central African Republic BANGUI, (CAJ News) – A LONG-AWAITED peace agreement, brokered by Russia, between the government of the Central African Republic (CAR) and 14 armed groups, has at last taken effect after the final signatories inked the document. Signed under the aptly-called Khartoum Agreement reached in the Sudanese capital recently, […]

EXCLUSIVE: Angola’s ruling party imploding as Lourenco wields axe

Angola President João Lourenço

from PEDRO AGOSTO in Luanda, Angola LUANDA, (CAJ News) – COINCIDING with a promise of an economic miracle in Angola turning into a nightmare, the prospects of the country’s ruling party look doomed as President Joao Lourenco tightens his grip on the Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) with a string of dismissals and […]

Government absolves military from killing protesters

Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa

from DANAI MWARUMBA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE, (CAJ News) – THE Zimbabwean government doubts the credibility of reports by media and human rights organisations that the military killed 17 people during violent protests last month. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has challenged the organisations to present evidence of the killings and called on relatives of victims said to have been deceased to come forward and corroborate […]

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