The Local Media Consortium and Local Media Association today announced the launch of a major ad campaign, “Support Local News,” in partnership with the Google News Initiative. Backed by $15 million in funding from Google, the campaign will raise awareness of the need and importance of funding newsrooms through subscriptions, donations and advertising. Read more
Agreement will enable public sector bodies to fully embrace the benefits of Google Cloud
Dr. Steven Quay, MD, PhD, author and physician-scientist, announces the availability of his 158-page book, “Your COVID-19 Survival Manual: A Physician’s Guide to Keep You and Your Family Healthy During the Pandemic and Beyond,” in paperback and eBook format on his website, www.DrQuay.com, beginning Monday, June 8, 2020. Proceeds from the book will go to military veterans performing COVID-19 relief work in their communities. Read more
LG Electronics USA announced pricing and availability of its 2020 sound bar lineup led by the award-winning premium LG SN11RG and SN9YG, recognized as CES 2020 Innovation Award winners for their enhanced sound quality and usability. Read more
AFRICAN LITERARY NEWSANNOUNCEMENT AWT PUBLISHING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME
AFRICAN WRITERS TRUST ANNOUNCES THE SHORTLIST FOR THE PUBLISHING FELLOWSHIP PROGRAMME 2020. Continue reading
WooCommerce, the popular open-source eCommerce platform developed and supported by Automattic, is publicly offering CBD merchants the choice to connect their stores to services such as Jetpack, WooCommerce Shipping, and WooCommerce Tax.
WooCommerce has been powering CBD stores since the U.S. Federal Government passed the Farm Bill in December 2018.
“WooCommerce is proud to offer CBD merchants secure, efficient services that enable business owners to focus on improving consumers’ lives,” says Paul Maiorana, General Manager of WooCommerce.
By choosing Square as their payment solution, CBD merchants can now extend their WooCommerce store’s capabilities with services such as: Read More
LUSAKA, Dec 23 (Reuters) – The United States has withdrawn its ambassador to Zambia following a row with authorities in the southern African nation after he criticised the jailing of a gay couple, embassy sources said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.
WASHINGTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)–A new report by the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA), Mukula Cartel, exposes how associates connected to Zambian President Edgar Lungu, including his daughter Tasila Lungu, onetime resident of the United States of America, are reportedly involved in the plunder of valuable, increasingly scarce, mukula rosewood trees; and hence the destruction of Zambia’s vulnerable forests. The investigation shows that despite public pledges to end the illegal mukula trade, several politicians are repeatedly named as key actors in an influential timber trafficking network that bypasses existing national bans on mukula harvest and export.