Author: Francis Mwema

I am a Multimedia Journalist with six years of experience from Digital to Broadcast Media{Radio and Television}. Interested in reporting Current affairs happenings within and across the borders. I have an excellent attitude towards working with others and communication skills extremely patient and persistent with the ability to formulate unique ideas and hand-eye coordination. Ability to work under minimal supervision, curious, hardworking, and polite. In another life, I am a News Anchor and Reporter


Rwandan President Paul Kagame has declared interests on the need of forging partnerships for universal broadband that would lift investments required to bridge the digital divide.

Kagame was Speaking on Monday 22, where he co-chaired the 2021 spring meeting of the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development, with Mexican billionaire.

The 2021 spring meeting of the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development was also attended by Volkan Bozkir, the President of the United Nations General Assembly, among other high-ranked officials.

Kagame noted the tremendous growth of broadband usage during the Covid-19 pandemic season where many countries had imposed restrictions of movement in different parts of the world.

Nevertheless the president also noted of the future shifts to online life contrasting between the digital haves and have-nots is even more blatant.

“This is particularly true for education. With physical classrooms closed, many students have been unable to join virtual classrooms. Some learners have …

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Small and historically disadvantaged businesses in the rural town of South Africa have all reasons to smile after the Treasury in the Free State established the Provincial COVID-19 Relief Task Team to assist in assessing the challenging business environment that was widely affected by the Covid-19 pandemic.

The Free State Black Business Chamber [FSBBC] was launched by the Department of Economic, Small Business Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs (DESTEA] with an aim of ensuring among other things, the realization of a unified representative voice of black business in the Free State Province

The move by Treasury was well received by the Free State Black Business Chamber acknowledging of the good will saying that it was pleased that the government prioritized key interventions towards the revival of small businesses in the province.

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The team that was established …

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