Plans Underway to Acquire new Headquarters for COMESA

dav Lusaka, Friday, March 27, 2020: The Yellow Card Scheme (YCS) has committed US$ 3.6 million towards the acquisition of the proposed new headquarters of COMESA. This is part of the US$33 million that the PTA-Reinsurance Company (Zep-Re) is selling its new state-of-the-art Business Park building in Lusaka suburb. Both the Yellow Card and ZEP-Re […]

STRABAG gradually resumes work on construction sites in Austria

STRABAG gradually resumes work on construction sites in Austria Around ten days after STRABAG announced the temporary halt of work on its construction sites in Austria, the largest Austrian construction group is now gradually resuming its construction activity. This move has been made possible by a social partner agreement reached yesterday, Thursday, on construction-related COVID-19 […]

VolvoCE looks at avoiding common AdBlue issues

VolvoCE looks at avoiding common AdBlue issues AdBlue can be quite the troublemaker when it comes to the influx of calls that the VolvoCE technical support team receives each day. Customers call with a wide array of issues, but a common-engine related call involves AdBlue. Poor handling, accidentally putting it into the diesel tank, and […]

National Content Developer – Libya

The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) has received a grant from the African Development Bank (AfDB) towards the cost of the 50 Million African Women Speak (50AWSP) Project and intends to apply a portion of the proceeds of this grant to eligible payments under the contract for recruitment of one (1) National […]

97 Recover from COVID 19 in COMESA Region

Lusaka, Thursday, March 26, 2020: Between Monday 23 to Thursday 26, March 2020, the number of COVID-19 cases in the COMESA region has gone up by 239 representing a 36.71 percent increase.  This bring to 890 the total number of cases with 97 recoveries and 33 deaths. COVID 19 in COMESA Report 2

‘We have come of age’, says Geingob

SANF 20 no 07 President Hage Geingob has reminded fellow Namibians of the progress that the country has made since independence in 1990 and need to cherish the international support that made it all possible. “We have matured in our Constitutional Democracy; we are stronger, more resilient and determined to prevail in this second phase […]