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TELEMUNDO RINGS IN THE NEW YEAR WITH A BRAND NEW TELENOVELA THE SON I NEVER KNEW

TELEMUNDO RINGS IN THE NEW YEAR WITH A BRAND NEW TELENOVELA THE SON I NEVER KNEW

A new show is launching on Telemundo on Monday 23 January, 2017 The new year brings more love, more mystery and more betrayal with the launch of a brand new telenovela  The Son I Never Knew. The telenovela follows a mother’s quest for the truth as a successful news anchor, Clara Zavaleta, played by Gabriela de la Garza, learns during a live broadcast that her son Ignacio (Daniel Barona) has been killed in a car accident. The gripping telenovela will premiere on 23 January at 17:10 CAT , exclusively on Telemundo (DStv Channel 118 and GOtv channel 20). After a...

STEPHEN KAMPYONGO MOURNS DEATH OF VETERAN JOURNALIST FAXON MISHECK NKANDU

STEPHEN KAMPYONGO MOURNS DEATH OF VETERAN JOURNALIST FAXON MISHECK NKANDU

STATEMENT BY THE ACTING MINISTER OF INFORMATION AND BROADCASTING SERVICES AND CHIEF GOVERNMENT SPOKESPERSON ON THE DEATH OF VETERAN JOURNALIST FAXON MISHECK NKANDU Government is saddened by the demise of veteran journalist, Mr Faxon Misheck Nkandu who passed away on Sunday morning in Lusaka. Mr Nkandu is among Zambians who pioneered the journalism profession during the transition from colonial rule to independent Zambia and went on to become a media practitioner with the Times of Zambia before settling to teach at the Evelyn Hone College of Applied Arts and Commerce. The media fraternity has greatly be nefitted from Mr Nkandu’s...

Zambia needs to focus on economic development, not 2021 general elections (ZUFIAW)

Zambia needs to focus on economic development, not 2021 general elections (ZUFIAW)

By  ZUFIAW President (Monday 16th January 2017) The Zambia Union of Financial Institutions and Allied Workers- ZUFIAW President, Mr. Ackim Mweemba has stressed that the country needs to focus on economic development and poverty alleviation and not the 2021 general elections. “It is very worrying to see the country debating on the eligibility of presidential candidates in 2021 general elections instead of addressing immediate pressing needs of the general populace. Our country is faced with various challenges of food security, economic stability and the diversification of our asset and resource base. Many people in the country are in danger of facing...

Investing in Resources and Mining in Africa The Indaba Club, Forest Road, Inanda, Johannesburg 4-5 October 2017

Investing in Resources and Mining in Africa The Indaba Club, Forest Road, Inanda, Johannesburg 4-5 October 2017

Home Delegates Who will be there 5 & 6 October 2016 Why Attend Venue Accommodation Pricing Speakers 2016 Speakers 2015 Speakers Past Speakers Investors Sponsors Sponsorship Opportunities 2016 Sponsors Past Sponsors CSR Breakfast Indaba 2016 Breakfast Indaba Gallery 2016 Joburg Indaba – Gala Dinner 2016 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 1 2016 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 2 2015 Joburg Indaba – Pre-Conference Dinner 2015 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 1 2015 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 2 Breakfast Indaba – 29 September 2015 Breakfast Indaba – 24 March 2015 2014 Joburg Indaba Media&News Media Partners In The News Changing...

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu is the host for Big Brother Naija!

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu is the host for Big Brother Naija!

January 2017 MultiChoice Nigeria is pleased to announce media personality, Ebuka Obi-Uchendu, as host for Big Brother Naija reality TV show. The former housemate in the Big Brother Nigeria show back in 2006 will make a re-appearance at the reality show’s revival but this time as the host. The lawyer turned media personality with his infectious laugh and charismatic persona will usher the housemates into the Big Brother Naija house and will take up the task of announcing the evictees week after week. “We are particularly excited to have Ebuka as host of Big Brother Naija. This was the platform...

The 2016 Joburg Indaba on “Investing in Resources and Mining in Africa”

The 2016 Joburg Indaba on “Investing in Resources and Mining in Africa”

Home Delegates Who will be there 5 & 6 October 2016 Why Attend Venue Accommodation Pricing Speakers 2016 Speakers 2015 Speakers Past Speakers Investors Sponsors Sponsorship Opportunities 2016 Sponsors Past Sponsors CSR Breakfast Indaba 2016 Breakfast Indaba Gallery 2016 Joburg Indaba – Gala Dinner 2016 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 1 2016 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 2 2015 Joburg Indaba – Pre-Conference Dinner 2015 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 1 2015 Joburg Indaba – Conference Day 2 Breakfast Indaba – 29 September 2015 Breakfast Indaba – 24 March 2015 2014 Joburg Indaba Media&News Media Partners In The News Changing...

The Obama Era

The Obama Era

HomeSKIP TO CONTENTSKIP TO NAVIGATIONVIEW MOBILE VERSION The New York Times U.S. The Obama Era PART 1The Regulator in Chief PART 2The Threat to the Planet PART 3The “Good War” PART 4The Health Care Revolution PART 5Breaking the Racial Barrier PART 6A Changed Man Cover Photo President Obama campaigning for Hillary Clinton in Miami Gardens in October. CreditDoug Mills/The New York Times Jolted by Deaths, ObamaFound His Voice on Race Tensions across the country prompted the presidentto abandon his early reticence on race again and again. By MICHAEL D. SHEAR and YAMICHE ALCINDORJAN. 14, 2017 WASHINGTON — Only weeks after...

Obama on Climate Change: The Trends Are ‘Terrifying’

Obama on Climate Change: The Trends Are ‘Terrifying’

HomeSKIP TO CONTENTSKIP TO NAVIGATIONVIEW MOBILE VERSION https://nyti.ms/2cqUPpG Obama on ‘Terrifying’ Threat of Climate Change By A.J. CHAVAR, BEN LAFFIN, MARK LANDLER and CORAL DAVENPORT 3:25 13:43 Continue reading the main storyVideo Obama on ‘Terrifying’ Threat of Climate Change In an exclusive interview on his legacy, President Obama speaks to The Times’s Mark Landler and Coral Davenport on climate change while visiting Marine Corps Base Hawaii. By A.J. CHAVAR, BEN LAFFIN, MARK LANDLER and CORAL DAVENPORT on Publish DateSeptember 8, 2016. Photo by A.J. Chavar/The New York Times. Watch in Times Video » The New York Times U.S. The Obama Era...

How the Presidency Changed Obama

How the Presidency Changed Obama

HomeSKIP TO CONTENT The New York Times U.S. Share The Obama Era PART 1The Regulator in Chief PART 2The Threat to the Planet PART 3The “Good War” PART 4The Health Care Revolution PART 5Breaking the Racial Barrier PART 6A Changed Man How the Presidency Changed Obama Text by JULIE HIRSCHFELD DAVISPhotographs by STEPHEN CROWLEY and DOUG MILLS January 17, 2017 In the beginning, there was hope. A racial barrier shattered. An anxious nation eager to turn the page on foreign war and economic hardship. And the audacious plans of a new president. President Obama stood on the West Front of...

Lusaka Social Protection Colloquium-Tuesday, January 17, 2017 — Southern Sun Hotel Ridgeway

Lusaka Social Protection Colloquium-Tuesday, January 17, 2017 — Southern Sun Hotel Ridgeway

  By Dr. Solomon Asfaw-Economist at Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (Rome) Italy Exploring the linkages: Strengthening coordination between Social Protection and Agriculture   The Southern African Social Protection Experts Network (SASPEN), the Platform for Social Protection Zambia (PSP) and Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Zambia (FES) have the pleasure to invite you to the 1st Quarter 2017 Lusaka Social Protection Colloquium. Social protection policies aim at reducing socio-economic risks, vulnerability, extreme poverty and deprivation, while agricultural policies for “small holder farmer” focus on improving productivity in crops, fisheries, livestock and improving access to markets. Therefore, both social protection and agricultural...

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