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Oman (Sultanate of) Internet access in Oman gets easier in Arabic
For the first time in Oman, the Telecommunications Regularity Authority (TRA) has launched the first Arabic domain ".oman" to facilitate Arab users of the Internet. This initiative is a major step towards encouraging individuals and institutions to use the Arabic domain name as an address for their websites.
Nigeria Nigeria: The Second Leg of the Outward Selling and Investment Mission (OSIM) between Nigeria and SA
Trade and Industry Deputy Minister Mzwandile Masina has arrived in Nigeria for the second leg of the Outward Selling and Investment Mission (OSIM) which aims to increase trade and investment between the two countries. The Deputy Minister is leading a business delegation to Ghana and Nigeria. Having arrived in Nigeria on Thursday, after departing from Ghana, the Deputy Minister is expected to address the South African and Nigerian business communities during a business seminar.
South Africa South Africa: Compensation Fund to Review Functional Model
The Compensation Fund will soon review its functional model to establish the most effective way of rendering its pensions fund, medical aid and insurance functions. Acting Commissioner Vuyo Mafata said the intensive exercise is expected to be concluded by early 2017. He said the outcome of the assessment exercise would give a proper gauge on the efficacy of the business and enable the organisation to efficiently deploy its resources.
South Africa South Africa: Digital Fuels Growth in Africa’s Entertainment and Media Industry
After more than a decade of digital disruption, the African entertainment and media industry has entered a new landscape – one where the media is no longer divided into distinct traditional and digital spheres, according to a report from PwC titled Entertainment and media outlook: 2015 – 2019 (South Africa – Nigeria-Kenya). The Outlook forecasts that South Africa’s entertainment and media industry is expected to grow from R112.7 billion in 2014 to R176.3 billion in 2019, at a compound annual gr ...
South Africa South Africa: The Presidency Re-Launches Batho Pele
The Department of Public Service and Administration (DPSA), as a department responsible for fostering good governance and sound administration in the public service, took part in the Batho Pele re-launch organised by the Presidency at the Union Buildings, west wing lawns. The event was attended by the Director-General in the Presidency, Dr Cassius Lubisi and all the Deputy Directors-General in the Presidency.
South Africa South Africa: EcoMobility Boosts Gautrain Numbers
Gauteng Transport MEC Ismail Vadi says there has been a substantial increase in passengers travelling on the Gautrain since the launch of the City of Johannesburg’s EcoMobility World Festival, last week. He said there had been a passenger increase of 7.7% on Gautrain trips.
Brazil Brazilian Gov't Awaits Ruling by Congress on 2014 Fiscal Reports
Brazil's government is now focusing on a future congressional ruling on the 2014 fiscal reports, and considers the rejection by the country's audit court (TCU) a thing of the past, the country's defense minister said Thursday.
Brazil Brazil's Sao Paulo State to Increase Tax on Digital Media
The Government of the Brazilian State of Sao Paulo has approved a new form of tax on products downloaded via the internet, reports Codigo Fonte.
Kenya Kenya: Ericsson Joins Kenya PayTV Market
Ericsson has launched MeidaFirst, a PayTv platform targeted towards mobile operators and content providers, to enable telecommunications operators avail and sell content subscriptions through fast internet.
United States U.S.: Why Are Federal IT Workers So Miserable?
More than one-third of federal information technology workers don’t think their organizations can recruit top talent. Fewer than half are satisfied with the training they receive on the job. And a sizable chunk of federal techies say they may not stick around much longer.
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