October 19, 2022

Hisense Counts Down to 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar with a Chance to win your share of over a Million rand in prizes

CAPE TOWN, South Africa, Oct. 19, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hisense, a leading global home appliance and consumer electronics brand, has launched a series of prize-winning activities both online and instore with its campaign in South Africa, “The Perfect Match”, to celebrate its global sponsorship for The FIFA World Cup 2022 with its innovative products.  Hisense […]

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Quantexa Has Been Positioned by Chartis as a Category Leader in the KYC Solutions 2022 Market Quadrant Update and Vendor Landscape

Quantexa’s KYC Solution, part of its industry leading Decision Intelligence Platform, recognized for completeness of offering, risk scoring, customer profile enrichment, and customer onboarding LONDON, Oct. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Today Quantexa, a global data and analytics software company pioneering Contextual Decision Intelligence (CDI) and helping the world’s leading organizations and government agencies solve some […]

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UN envoy says progress made in Mali’s transition, peace process

UNITED NATIONS— The top UN envoy for Mali, El-Ghassim Wane, said that progress has been made in the transition and peace process in Mali, but he remains concerned about the security situation in the country.   Following the agreement reached in early July between Mali and the Economic Community of West African States on the transition timetable, notable progress has been made in the preparation for elections, he told the UN Security Council in a briefing on Tuesday.   Steps have been taken to establish a unique electoral management authority after the adoption of the electoral law in June, he

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Majority Union Signs Deal to End South Africa’s Freight Transport Strike

The state-owned company that runs South Africa’s freight rail and port systems is a step closer to ending a strike that has idled imports and exports for nearly two weeks. The union that represents a majority of workers from Transnet has signed a three-year wage deal to end the work stoppage. Not everyone is happy about the move. The agreement is aimed at ending the walkout which began October 6 and cost the country $44 million a day. Cobus van Vuuren is the general secretary of the majority United National Transport Union, or UNTU, which signed the multi-year agreement with

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Al-Shabab Attacks Key Bridges in Somalia, Kills at Least 21 People

At least 21 people were killed in two separate bombings in the central Hirshabelle state of Somalia, officials said. A powerful car bomb exploded in Jalalaqsi town when soldiers operating a security checkpoint intercepted a vehicle. The checkpoint is near local government buildings and a military base belonging to African Union peacekeepers from Djibouti. “At around 2:30 p.m., a vehicle arrived at the checkpoint, one of the soldiers collecting taxation pointed a gun and stopped it,” said Mire Hussein Siyad, deputy district commissioner of Jalalaqsi. “When the gun was pointed at [it], the vehicle exploded,” Siyad told VOA Somali. He

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CrimsonLogic signs Letter of Intent with KenTrade for Cross-Border E-Commerce program at World Customs Organization Technology Conference

CrimsonLogic, a global trade facilitation solution provider headquartered in Singapore, launches its Cross-Border E-Commerce (CBEC) program at the World Customs Organization Technology Conference held in the Netherlands. Singapore, Oct. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — CrimsonLogic, a global trade facilitation solution provider headquartered in Singapore, launches its Cross-Border E-Commerce (CBEC) program at the World Customs Organization […]

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