Daily Archives: Aug 18, 2010

Africa: Time for an End to Business as Usual

By Greg Mills and Jeffrey Herbst Johannesburg — THE soccer World Cup has helped portray Africa in a better light, a welcome break from the usual staple of refugees, conflict and economic stagnation. But Africa could do better. There is … read more »

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Google CEO Exposes Dark Side of Facebook…

Google CEO Eric Schmidt fears that too much information is shared online, and predicts that people will one day change their name  and reinvent themselves in order to escape their digital past. That point of view might be extreme, but … read more »

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African professionals to drive business in Africa

Bharti Airtel has announced the appointment of African professionals to its top management as it moves to entrench its operations on the continent. The company said it would continue tapping into the diversity of Africa’s world-class talent pool. Mr.  Fayaz … read more »

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Audit reveals UTH scam

By REBECCA CHILESHE THE Auditor General’s Report for 2008 on parastatals has revealed that about K4.5 billion was paid out to 20 officers who did not have existing contracts of employment with the University Teaching Hospital (UTH). The Auditor General’s … read more »

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Chiluba hails SADC for honoring KK

First Republican President Dr Kenneth Kaunda toasts with Second Republican President Fredrick Chiluba at the Egyptian National Day cerebration 22-07-2010 Compiled By Joseph Mwenda Second republican President Dr. Frederick Chiluba has commended the Southern African Development Community SADC Heads of … read more »

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