Daily Archives: January 28, 2014
NAIROBI CITY COUNTY EMBRACES KENYA HOSPITALITY TRADE FAIR & HOTEL SUMMIT EAST AFRICA AS THE “OFFICIAL CITY HOST PARTNER”
“The Kitwe facility will ultimately bring us into close proximity to our mining customers on the Copperbelt”
“The mining sector needs to expand their supply network to allow competing brands to realise the savings potential available to them”
SkyVision partners with Romantis, manufacturer of satellite networking products, to deliver quality private VSAT network solutions to its customers
SkyVision s’associe au fabricant de produits de réseau par satellite Romantis pour fournir à ses clients des solutions réseau VSAT privées de haute qualité
GENEVA, Switzerland, January 28, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ – The Global Alliance for the Rights of Ethiopians in Saudi Arabia has donated an additional USD 32,000 to support IOM’s ongoing assistance to Ethiopian migrants stranded in Yemen.
“Whether you are a large corporate cropping operation or a small poultry farmer or anywhere in between, there will be a technology solution for you on display at AgriTech.”
“I see this region playing a big part in feeding the world in the future. We need to put a few things in place and I believe we are well on our way.”
“Biofortification is a new science of breeding nutrient dense varieties of staple crops that provides essential vitamins and minerals to consumers.”
GENEVA, Switzerland, January 28, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ – As the number of Ethiopian returnees from Saudi Arabia passes 156,000, Ethiopia has been hit with another influx of migrants – this time from the neighbouring South Sudan.
GENEVA, Switzerland, January 28, 2014/African Press Organization (APO)/ – Over 45,000 migrants risked their lives in the Mediterranean to reach Italy and Malta in 2013. The arrivals are the highest since 2008, with the exception of 2011 – the year of the Libyan crisis.