The South by Southwest (SXSW) Festival is happening now in Austin, Texas. Running from March 9 to 22, it’s a massive film, interactive and music festival that is nearly 20 years old. The festival brings together designers, developers, investors, entrepreneurs and politicians… Read More ›
Day: March 18, 2015
The embattled Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Alhaji Sam- Sumana, who was recently expelled from the All Peoples Congress (APC) political party, has challenged the decision for him to quit. The VP was expelled from the party… Read More ›
African ministers seek “critical” amendment to global warming target during Paris climate talks – See more at: http://tcktcktck.org/2015/03/african-ministers-seek-critical-amendment-to-global-warming-target-during-paris-climate-talks/67063#sthash.OF6Cc2JI.dpuf
During Lima climate talks in December 2014, poorer countries found themselves at odds with many global leaders who weren’t ready to financially back adaptation efforts through their governmental pledges to reduce emissions and address climate change beyond 2020 — which are also due at the end of this month.
By Ahmed Sahid Nasralla (De Monk) Strongly condemning Sierra Leone’s 1861 Abortion law, IPAS Country Director and Senior Policy Adviser, Valerie Tucker, said women should be free to express their reproductive health choices. “No woman should die by expressing her… Read More ›
JOHANNESBURG, South-Africa, March 18, 2015/ — Despite the vast opportunities that Africa is presenting to various brands and businesses, communicating with the continent’s one billion consumers can be a challenge due to the various cultures, political situations and language barriers… Read More ›