archives : June 2010

     

Zimbabwe - Brazil
Five time world soccer kings, Brazil cruised to a comfortable 3-0 victory over lowly ranked Zimbabwe on Wednesday during a rare international friendly that was overshadowed by politics. - Wednesday 2 June 2010


Uganda - United States
Uganda’s president Yoweri Kaguta Museveni Wednesday thanked the United States and in particular president Barack Obama for signing a law meant to deal with rebel leader of the Lord’s Resistance Army, Joseph Kony. - Wednesday 2 June 2010


South africa - United Kingdom - International
In an exclusive interview, Herbert Hainer, CEO Adidas, speaks openly and honestly about his efforts to knock Nike off the Top Spot in 2010 by leveraging the firm’s $200 million World Cup sponsorship push to its full advantage. - Wednesday 2 June 2010


Liberia - United States
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has been praised for putting together an anti-corruption administration after authorities of the Liberia National Security Agency aided an investigation into a plot to deal out more than $100 million of cocaine from South America into Europe and Africa. - Wednesday 2 June 2010


Zimbabwe - Brazil
Brazilian national soccer team jetted in Harare Tuesday night for a rare one off international friendly with Warriors of Zimbabwe. - Wednesday 2 June 2010


Ivory Coast - Netherlands
Dutch oil firm, Trafigura alleged of dumping toxic waste in The Ivory Coast is facing prosecution in The Netherlands. Prosecutors said Trafigura had broken Dutch export and environmental laws and also forged documents. - Wednesday 2 June 2010


Ethiopia - Mali - Brazil - India
The Columbia Water Center (CWC), based at Columbia University’s Earth Institute in New York, is focused on sustainable development projects throughout the world, including partners in Ethiopia, India, Brazil and Mali. - Tuesday 1 June 2010


Zimbabwe’s ageing liberation fighters have made a vow : “there will be no room for gays in Zimbabwe". They say it is against what they fought for during the liberation struggle. - Tuesday 1 June 2010


South africa - Zimbabwe
Another more violent wave of xenophobic attacks is more likely to erupt in South Africa after the world cup, a group of 10 prominent global leaders, known as the Elders have predicted. - Tuesday 1 June 2010


Uganda - Sudan - International
United Nations Secretary, Ban Ki-Moon Tuesday urged African leaders to convince the President of Sudan, Omar Bashir and Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) rebel leaders led by Joseph Kony to present themselves to the International Criminal Court in The Hague to answer accusations allegedly committed against humanity. - Tuesday 1 June 2010

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