Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Mozambique still safe for travel, civil war unlikely

The outbreak of guerrilla fighting in central Mozambique and a rise in kidnappings in Maputo have prompted diplomatic warnings for travellers and foreigners in the country...

First East Africa earthquake model launches

Impact Forecasting, the catastrophe model development centre at global reinsurance intermediary Aon Benfield, has announced the launch of the first catastrophe model for the...

Africa now the kidnap and ransom capital of the world

Based on recent statistics released by specialist crisis prevention and response consultancy NYA International, Africa accounts for 36 per cent of kidnap and ransom...

Namibia welcomes faster Internet

Telecom Namibia, the national fixed and mobile telecoms operator in Namibia, has entered into an agreement with NewTelco South Africa to establish a total...

Africa’s growth trend continues despite Euro debt crisis

Sustainable economic growth is still on the cards for Africa over the next five years, despite the risks stemming from the European debt crisis,...