Wednesday, November 23
The South African capital Pretoria to Tshwane'ici will be renamed at the end of 2012, announces its mayor, Kgosientso Ramokgopa on Tuesday 22 November, the "a" of the daily Pretoria News.
Monday, November 14
The increase in consumption in China revived the sale of shrimp in the world. Unima group decided to reopen the center Stockbreeding to Besalampy, on the west coast of Madagascar.
Friday, November 11
Untapped until now, the Wild South has a big potential for tourism, however according to the IRT."Landscapes of cast is something unique and you have to take advantage," says its director, Pascal Viroleau.
Thursday, November 03
Zimbabwe could earn billions of dollars a year selling diamonds from a region scarred by army abuse, officials said on Wednesday after a crisis that left the global “blood diamond” watchdog badly tarnished.
Tuesday, October 25
Enterprise Mauritius and the Zimbabwe National Chamber of Commerce (ZNCC) signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote exchange of information, exhibition, skill transfer and market collaboration.
Monday, October 24
Over the last 18 months, South African franchising giant Famous Brands has doubled its presence in Mauritius, in hopes of cashing in on the strategically located island nation which has emerged as a competitive destination for foreign investment.
Wednesday, October 19
The European Union (EU) is committed to providing € 14.6 million to support capacity building in Southern and Eastern Africa. The beneficiaries are the two technical assistance centers in Africa, International Monetary Fund (IMF).
Wednesday, October 12
The number of military and police, sent by SADC, is relatively high. Comments may fuser across time discussions on the implementation of the Roadmap.
Monday, October 03
The meeting of the Troika of the SADC ended on Sunday in Pretoria. It recommended that the Malagasy politicians to refrain from unilateral statements about the road map.
Friday, September 30
Founded in 2001 by the Ministry of Tourism, the brand "Tourism and disability," identifies the facilities and attractions accessible to people with disabilities (motor, visual, auditory or mental).