[Cameroon Tribune]The fight against embezzlement and mismanagement of State funds in Cameroon is yielding fruit, inspiring other countries to want to tap from Cameroon’s experience in combating the scourge. The latest country to show interest in Cameroon’s experience on how to control public enterprises through an efficient financial oversight system is Togo.
Photo: Edwin Musoni/IPSRwandan genocide survivors exhuming the bodies of their relatives killed and buried in a mass grave during the 1994 100-day massacre.
During the Rwandan genocide, Jean Bosco Uwinkindi is alleged to have issued orders to kill. D…
Better catch the moon’s disappearing act Tuesday — there won’t be another like it for three years. The total lunar eclipse will be visible throughout North America in the predawn hours — the farther west, the better — and across Asia, Australia and the rest of the Pacific after sunset. As an extra treat, Uranus […]
[The Herald] Togolese President Mr Faure Essozimna Gnassingbé arrived in the country last night to officially open the 57th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo today. The annual event began on Tuesday and ends tomorrow. Mr Gnassingbe was welcomed at the Harare International Airport by President Mugabe, Foreign Affairs Minister Simbarashe Mumbengegwi, Defence Minister Sydney Sekeramayi, Harare Provincial Affairs Minister Miriam Chikukwa and service chiefs.