Tag Archives: Countries

06Jun/20

VIVOTEK Joins ENOVA Robotics Police Robot Project to Enforce COVID-19 Lockdown in Tunisia

In times of uncertainty, as a global leading IP surveillance solution provider, VIVOTEK (TWSE: 3454) is honored to be part of the police robot “P-Guard” project in Tunisia. Produced by ENOVA Robotics, the P-Guard robot has been deployed on the streets by the interior ministry of Tunisia to impose lockdown restrictions on citizens and to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Read more

23Dec/19

U.S. recalls its ambassador to Zambia after gay rights row – sources

LUSAKA, Dec 23 (Reuters) – The United States has withdrawn its ambassador to Zambia following a row with authorities in the southern African nation after he criticised the jailing of a gay couple, embassy sources said on Monday.
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30Nov/17

What’s wrong with a joke? Macron defends air-conditioning gag in Africa

OUAGADOUGOU, BURKINA FASO (NOVEMBER 28, 2017) (AGENCY POOL) – French President Emmanuel Macron has a reputation for disarming hostile audiences with repartee and humour, but his latest verbal jousting on a trip to Africa has drawn criticism at home. Continue reading

19Nov/17

Mnangagwa to be nominated as Zanu-PF’s candidate for Zimbabwe president

HARARE, ZIMBABWE (REUTERS) – Zimbabwe’s ruling party fired Robert Mugabe as its leader on Sunday (November 19), replacing him with Emmerson Mnangagwa, the deputy he sacked this month, a senior party official told a news conference. Continue reading

17Nov/17

Zimbabwe’s Moyo home raided amid army takeover

HARARE, ZIMBABWE (NOVEMBER 15, 2017) – Video and still photographs obtained by Reuters on Thursday (November 16), show the aftermath of a raid on the home of Zimbabwe’s former Information Minister Jonathan Moyo in Harare. Continue reading

15Nov/17

U.S. embassy in Zimbabwe tells staff to stay home due to ‘political uncertainty’

(U.S. GOVERNMENT WEBSITE) – The U.S. ambassador in Zimbabwe has instructed all employees to remain home on Wednesday (November 15) due to “ongoing political uncertainty,” the embassy said in a statement on its website amid speculation about a coup. Continue reading

11Nov/17

China shopping festival smashes record with $25 bln haul

SHANGHAI, CHINA (NOVEMBER 11 AND 12, 2017) (REUTERS) – Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce giant, said that its Singles’ Day sales extravaganza on Saturday’s (November 11) hit $25.4 billion, smashing its own record from last year and cementing it as the world’s biggest shopping event. Continue reading

09Nov/17

Zimbabwe renames main airport after Mugabe, plans $153 mln upgrade

Zimbabwe’s main airport has been renamed the Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport and announced an upgrade to its facilities that will cost of 153 million US dollars to attract more visitors.
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06Nov/17

Rwanda laughs out loud with 1st international comedy festival

The first ever Kigali International Comedy Festival held at the weekend featured popular local and international acts in an event organisers hope can give people a platform to further express themselves. Continue reading