UK in Namibia celebrates Shakespeare Lives with film screenings

Shakespeare Lives in 2016

On the occasion of the 400th anniversary of the death of world’s greatest playwriter, William Shakespeare, on 23 April 2016, the British Council and British High Commission present two Shakespeare inspired films on 26 & 27 April 2016, as part of the global “Shakespeare Lives “ programme.

Shakespeare Lives is an unprecedented global programme of events and activities celebrating William Shakespeare’s work on the occasion of the 400th anniversary of his death in 2016. It is an invitation to the world to join in the festivities by participating in a unique online collaboration and experiencing the work of Shakespeare directly on stage, through film, exhibitions and in schools. It will run throughout 2016, exploring Shakespeare as a living writer who still speaks for all people and nations.

On 26th & 27th April 2016, the UK in Namibia presents Shakespeare Lives in Film with the following screenings:

Much Ado About Nothing: 26 April 2016

This witty and fast-paced version of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, starring an amazing cast with Denzel Washington, Keanu Reeves, Michael Keaton and Emma Thompson, is a testament to Kenneth Branagh’s extensive creative abilities, as well as arguably one of the best Shakespeare adaptations ever filmed. The cinematography accentuates the lush scan landscape in which Branagh as the humorous Benedick, and Emma Thompson, as the wilful and challenging Beatrice, bring this adaptation to life.

All Night Long: 27th April 2016

Othello is translated to the world of sixties London jazz clubs in the smoky and sensational All Night Long. During the anniversary celebration of the musical and romantic partners, Aurelius Rex and Delia Lane, a jealous, ambitious drummer, Johnny Cousin (Patrick McGoohan) attempts to tear the interracial couple apart. This daring psychodrama also features onscreen appearances by jazz legends Charles Mingus, Dave Brubeck, Tubby Hayes and Johnny Dankworth. A must-see for film lovers, and lovers of music!

Venue: FNCC Time: 18:30 Entrance fee: N$30 Persons under 18: Free Admission

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Message from HM Queen Elizabeth II to His Excellency President Jacob Zuma

It gives me great pleasure to send Your Excellency my congratulations on the celebration of South Africa’s Freedom and Democracy Day, together with my best wishes for the good fortune and happiness of the people of South Africa in the coming year.

Elizabeth R.

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British Secretary of State for International Development visits Kenya

Britain’s Secretary of State for International Development, The Rt Hon Justine Greening MP, has finished a two day visit to Kenya to discuss two key UK-Kenyan strategic objectives: the handling of refugees and UK support for Kenya’s rapidly growing economy.

Following the UK’s ground-breaking approach to protracted refugee crises, the Secretary of State met the Kenyan Government to discuss the possibilities for working more effectively in its own support for several hundred thousand refugees in Kenya. At the Kakuma Refugee camp in Turkana, accompanied by Governor Nanok, the Secretary of State heard first-hand about the challenges faced by refugees and host communities alike, and paid special tribute to the Government and people of Kenya for their long record of providing life-saving protection.

Alongside this vital shared priority, the Secretary of State also spent time discussing Kenya’s economic development, including a visit to Mombasa Port. The UK-driven Trade Mark East Africa has already achieved transformations which are a key strategic asset for Kenya and East Africa more broadly. The Secretary of State held discussions with business leaders on investment and growth opportunities to ensure Kenya benefits from its growing youth population and finished her visit at the Mombasa Youth Employment Programme (Kuza), which supports the economic empowerment of low-income youths to tackle violent extremism.

Speaking at the end of the visit, The Secretary of State said:

“It is vital that the UK works with countries such as Kenya on shared priorities like dealing more effectively with the challenges of refugees and shaping economic growth to create jobs – which is the best way to reduce extreme poverty. Investment in Mombasa Port is not just about Kenya but East Africa too. This smart UK aid delivers significant results on shared UK-Kenya priorities and is part of the doubling of DFID’s economic development programme over the last two years”.

The Secretary of State’s visit preceded that of Prime Minister David Cameron, which is planned for later in the year.

Notes to Editors

UK Support to Refugees :

The UK is committed to helping Kenya in providing assistance and protection to refugees. As the second largest bilateral donor in this area, the UK provides funding of £59m (Kes 8.7 billion Kes) to help deliver basic, life-saving assistance and protection to more than 530,000 refugees, from more than a dozen countries, both here in Kakuma and in Dadaab.

This includes support through our partners, UNHCR and WFP, in critical areas including health, nutrition, water and sanitation, environment, host community support, and food rations.

UK Support to Kuza (Mombasa Youth Employment Programme) :

DFID is supporting the economic empowerment of low-income youths through the Mombasa County Youth Employment programme – ‘Kuza’ in collaboration with the Mombasa Government.

Kuza is a three-year (2014-2017) £5m (Kes740m) programme which aims to both equip youths with the skills needed to take up jobs, and to support the development of long-term economic opportunities in the County – such as those in construction, maritime, manufacturing and waste management sectors.

The project aims to create up to 5,000 new jobs for young people over three years (2014-2017) and train 8,000 young people.

Results:

Kuza has equipped over 2900 poor Mombasa youths with business and skills training to prepare them for the job market, and created over 712 new jobs for those previously excluded from the labour market – 312 of these for young women.

In 2015, Kuza and Mombasa County launched its inaugural Labour Market Training and Information Centre – “Imarisha Vijana” – in Likoni, and has since established 6 other centres in the following sub-counties: Changamwe, Mvita, Kisauni (two centres) and Jomvu.

Kuza has supported the County’s Department of Trade, Energy and Industry’s (DTEI) to establish an Investment Promotion Unit – Mombasa Invest – to generate investments in emerging industrial sectors. Priority sectors include tea processing, apparel, construction and industrial fishing. Supporting investment in these high growth-potential sectors will generate job opportunities for youth that we hope will last long into the future.

TMEA support (Mombasa Port Modernisation Project)

UKAid through Trade Mark East Africa (TMEA) is providing support to the Mombasa Port modernisation project, and in reducing the cost of trade with a view to supporting trade and economic growth in the EAC.

UK support to date stands at around Ksh 10 billion, targeted at addressing short term efficiency improvement at the Port as well as planning for the longer term.

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First Great Green Wall Conference

http://www.fao.org/africa/events/detail-events/en/c/411909/

http://www.fao.org/africa/events/detail-events/fr/c/411912/

What: 1st Conference on the Great Green Wall for the Sahara and the Sahel Initiative (GGWSSI)

When: 2 – 7 May 2016

Where: King Fahd Hotel, Dakar, Senegal

Who: Organized by the African Union Commission in collaboration with the Permanent Inter-State Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel (CILSS), the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO), the Global Mechanism of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification (GM-UNCCD), the Central and West Africa Programme of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN-PACO), the Sahara and Sahel Observatory (OSS), and the World Bank Group (WBG).

During the Conference over 20 countries north and south of the Sahara, international organizations, research institutes, civil society and grassroots organizations will come together to discuss the way forward to help the Great Green Wall initiative realize its full potential as Africa’s largest rural sustainable development programme.

The Conference will consist of a one-day High Level segment on May 3 bringing together African Ministers and Development Partners and a three-day Technical segment on May 4-6 to exchange and share knowledge across the Great Green Wall and beyond.

Objectives: The Conference builds on the political momentum gathered at the Climate Change Summit in Paris, December 2015, where world leaders renewed their commitment to the Great Green Wall initiative, pledging USD 4 billion over the next 5 years for the restoration of Africa’s landscapes.

During the Conference, partners will define a roadmap for how to implement the Paris pledges to boost livelihood opportunities for local communities and establish greater resilience against climate change in the region.

At the same time, nearly 10 years since the initiative was launched by African Heads of State and Government in 2007, the Conference will take stock of the results achieved in sustainable land management and restoration.

To further strengthen the GGWSSI Community of Practice the Conference will provide a space to share knowledge among partners through technical thematic panel discussions led by experts, practical interactive seminars and show-casing project best practices.

For more information visit:

http://www.greatgreenwallinitiative.org/ggw-conference-restoring-africas-landscapes-way-forward
http://www.fao.org/in-action/action-against-desertification/news-and-multimedia/detail/en/c/410205/
www.sawap.net

Journalists are invited to cover the high level segment at the King Fahd Hotel on May 3rd

Time: from 09:00 – 18:30

A press conference will follow

Time: from 18:30 – 19.30

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UK Business Director: “UK key to Egypt’s energy future”

Jason Ivory, Director of UK Trade and Investment, today said that British companies can be the key to unlock Egypt’s energy potential.

Ivory’s remarks came at the conclusion of the Mediterranean Offshore Conference and Exhibition taking place this week in Alexandria.

Ivory said:

Egypt is an exciting prospect for British energy companies. Energy demand is set to rise, and Egypt needs to make the most of its great natural wealth, for instance new discoveries like the Zohr gas field and also Egypt’s unique renewable assets in the wind and solar sectors.

Attending the exhibition in Alexandria this week were 16 Scottish oil and gas companies, brought to Egypt by Scottish Development International, the international economic arm of the Government in Scotland.

Ivory said:

Having benefited from over 40 years’ worth of cutting-edge oil and gas engineering in the North Sea, Scotland and Scottish energy companies offer unparalleled experience, technology, and expertise. As Egypt looks to boost its energy production and turn great potential into reality, it has no better partners than these Scottish companies in Alexandria this week.

The UK is already a leader in Egypt’s oil and gas sector. BG and BP are two of Egypt’s most important long-term, committed investors. They have together invested almost $40bn.

BP’s $12bn investment in the West Nile Delta project, announced in March 2015, was the largest investment deal in Egypt’s history and the project is expected to produce the equivalent of 25% of Egypt’s current gas supply.

The UK is also a significant player in the renewable energy sector. In February, Jeffrey Donaldson MP, UK trade envoy to Egypt, witnessed the signing of a $350m deal between the Ministry of Electricity and British company Actis to commence work on a 250MW wind power station in the Gulf of Suez area.

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Burundi: One year on, Burundians pay the price of entrenched human rights crisis

One year on from the start of the Burundi crisis, the human rights situation in the country continues to deteriorate and accountability for horrific acts of violence remains elusive, Amnesty International said today. The decision by the Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to open a preliminary examination underlines the gravity of the situation.

Burundi has been in a political crisis since President Pierre Nkurunziza’s decision to stand for a third term in office last April, which many saw as unconstitutional. Since then, hundreds have been killed and hundreds of thousands have fled abroad.

“Burundians have paid the price as the political crisis escalated over the last 12 months, as killings, torture, arbitrary arrests and enforced disappearances have increased to alarming levels,” said Muthoni Wanyeki, Amnesty International’s Regional Director for East Africa, the Horn and the Great Lakes.

“The wanton disregard for human rights we have seen in Burundi over the last year is deeply disturbing. These violations must be impartially investigated and individuals suspected of being responsible, including those representing state institutions, must be held to account in fair trials.”

On 26 April 2015, large-scale protests erupted in the capital, Bujumbura, and continued for several weeks both in Bujumbura and other provinces. The authorities’ response was brutal, with police using excessive and, at times, lethal force against demonstrators. Over the last year, the government has continued to crack down on protesters, opposition politicians, journalists, human rights defenders and others perceived to be critical of the ruling party.

According to the UN, at least 474 people have been killed and more than 250,000 have fled the country, most of them to refugee camps in neighbouring Rwanda and Tanzania.

The worst of the violence took place on 11 December 2015 when, following coordinated attacks on three military installations by unidentified armed men, the security forces carried out cordon-and-search operations in perceived opposition neighbourhoods of Bujumbura and killed dozens of people, before allegedly burying some of them in mass graves.

As the political crisis continues, many human rights organisations have been closed down or had their bank accounts frozen. Free media have been all but squeezed out of existence after four independent private radio stations were destroyed by police during a coup attempt in May 2015.

Journalists and human rights defenders have been harassed and intimidated, and many have had to flee for their lives.

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Yellow fever vaccination essential for Angola, WHO reminds travellers

As efforts to bring an outbreak of yellow fever in Angola under control continue, the World Health Organization is reminding all travellers to the country that they are required to receive the yellow fever vaccination and to have a valid certificate of vaccination to prove that they are protected from the disease and to prevent its further spread.

Since the outbreak in Angola began in December 2015, 1975 suspected cases of yellow fever (618 laboratory confirmed) and 258 deaths have been reported, the majority of them in the capital, Luanda, and in two other provinces. Amid concerns that the virus will spread to other urban areas and to neighbouring countries, a large-scale vaccination campaign was launched in February 2016 and has so far reached almost 7 million people.

“Cases of yellow fever linked to this outbreak have been detected in other countries of Africa and Asia. We are particularly concerned that large urban areas are at risk and we strongly urge all travellers to Angola to ensure they are vaccinated against yellow fever and carry a valid certificate,” said Dr Margaret Chan, WHO Director-General.

Yellow fever, which is spread by infected mosquitoes, particularly the Aedes mosquito, is an acute viral haemorrhagic disease for which there is currently no specific treatment. A small proportion of patients who contract the virus develop severe symptoms and approximately half of those die within 10 to 14 days. A single dose vaccination, however, provides protection for life and is both safe and affordable. It is effective 10 days after the date of immunization.

Under the International Health Regulations (IHR), all travellers to Angola are required to be vaccinated against yellow fever. The IHR are a legally binding framework to stop the spread of infectious diseases and other health threats. IHR require that any travellers to Angola who have medical grounds for not being vaccinated against yellow fever, must have those grounds certified by the appropriate authorities.

WHO, together with other partners, is working to support the Government of Angola combat the current outbreak by ensuring targeted vaccination that makes best use of global vaccine supplies, as well as by increasing disease surveillance and strengthening vector control.

WHO does not recommend any restriction of travel and trade to Angola on the basis of information available on this outbreak. The vaccination of each person before going to affected areas as well as measures to avoid mosquito bites is sufficient for the prevention of the disease.

WHO’s list of countries with risk of yellow fever transmission and those with yellow fever requirements for travellers can be found on the WHO website at http://www.who.int/ith/2016-ith-annex1.pdf and http://www.who.int/ith/2015-ith-county-list.pdf?ua=1

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UK Concerned About Political Intimidation in DRC

Special Envoy for the African Great Lakes, Danae Dholakia, said:

The British Government is concerned by widespread reports of the arrest and intimidation of people carrying out political activity in Lubumbashi, Kinshasa, and elsewhere in DRC over the last week. The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in DRC has recently expressed similar concerns. The Congolese people must be allowed to express their political views freely in accordance with the law if an agreed solution is to be found to the current political impasse. We call on the DRC government to uphold the rights guaranteed by the Congolese Constitution and the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance.

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UK Concerned About Political Intimidation in DRC

Special Envoy for the African Great Lakes, Danae Dholakia, said:

The British Government is concerned by widespread reports of the arrest and intimidation of people carrying out political activity in Lubumbashi, Kinshasa, and elsewhere in DRC over the last week. The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General in DRC has recently expressed similar concerns. The Congolese people must be allowed to express their political views freely in accordance with the law if an agreed solution is to be found to the current political impasse. We call on the DRC government to uphold the rights guaranteed by the Congolese Constitution and the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance.

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The African Union Strongly Condemns the Assassination of Brigadier General Athanase Kararuza, Senior Security Advisor to the Vice President of Burundi and Former Deputy Force Commander of MISCA and MINUSCA

The Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission, Dr. Nkosazana Dlamini Zuma, strongly condemns the assassination on 25 April 2016 in Bujumbura, Burundi, of Brigadier General Athanase Kararuza, Senior Security Adviser in the office of the Vice President of the Republic of Burundi and former Deputy Force Commander of the African-led International Support Mission to the Central African Republic (MISCA) and the United Nations Multidimensional Integrated Stabilization Mission in CAR (MINUSCA). The late Brigadier General’s wife perished in the attack and his daughter was severely injured.

The Chairperson presents the AU’s sincere condolences to the family of the deceased and wishes speedy recovery to his daughter. She stresses that this despicable act and the numerous other acts of violence recorded in recent months illustrate, once again, the seriousness of the situation prevailing in Burundi and the potential of further escalation, with catastrophic consequences both for the country and the region. In this context, she reaffirms the AU’s total rejection of violence and condemns all abuses of human rights and other violations of civil liberties. She calls for a transparent and credible investigation to identify the perpetrators of these murders and swiftly bring them to justice.

The Chairperson is also particularly concerned about the tone and content of recent communiqués of the Burundian ruling party CNDD-FDD and inflammatory declarations made by some Burundian political leaders, and calls on all stakeholders to refrain from such divisive statements. She further calls on the Burundian parties to refrain from any actions or statements that could threaten peace and stability in the country and the region.

The Chairperson once again stresses that only genuine and truly inclusive dialogue, without preconditions, based on the letter and the spirit of the Arusha Peace and Reconciliation Agreement (Arusha Accords) and the Constitution of Burundi, will allow the Burundian stakeholders to overcome the serious difficulties facing their country.

The Chairperson reiterates the AU’s commitment to support the Burundian political dialogue process in close coordination with the East African Community (EAC) and other partners. She welcomes the announcement by the EAC facilitator, former President Benjamin Mkapa, of the resumption of mediation efforts on 2-6 May 2016 in Arusha, Tanzania, and urges all Burundian parties to fully cooperate with the Mediator.

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World Press Freedom Day 2016 : #WHK25

40 journalists and media experts assess the state of media freedom and expression, access to information and media pluralism and diversity in sub-Saharan Africa. These articles are available for publication to all media at no charge.

The Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA) (www.MISA.org) hereby advises all print, online and broadcasting media editors, as well as specialist media publications, newsletters and journalism initiatives, that a portfolio of over 40 quality articles and video content on free media, free expression and access to information in sub-Saharan Africa are available to them for print and online publication or broadcasting at no charge. The articles, written by journalists and media experts from West, East and Southern Africa, are being made available by MISA in order to celebrate the 25th anniversary of UNESCO’s 1991 Windhoek Declaration on an Independent and Pluralistic African Press. The UN proclaimed the date of adoption of this ground-breaking Declaration, May 3, as World Press Freedom Day (WPFD). The articles, accompanying pictures and short video messages can be accessed online for immediate use in the run up to, on or after WPFD May 3, at whk25.misa.org (select WHK25 MEDIA KIT). The articles are being made available under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) licence.

The Regional Director of MISA, Ms. Zoe Titus, said from the organisation’s regional headquarters in Windhoek, Namibia: “MISA decided in consultation with a range of other African media freedom NGOs and experts to publish a special newspaper with broad popular appeal to general readers on WPFD this year, under the title of the African Free Press. We will distribute the newspaper on May 3 at various WPFD events across Africa in partnership with other media freedom organisations, but are also making the articles and audio-visual content accesible online on MISA’s website. In this way we hope to extend their reach as a public information service to citizens in Africa and to provide African media with a range of stimulating content from which to choose. However, any media, NGOs and other organisations in the world are also free to make use of any of this content and are not restricted to publishing these only on WPFD 2016.”

The two co-editors of the African Free Press, Jeanette Minnie and Hendrik Bussiek – both experts on media freedom challenges in sub-Saharan Africa – have commissioned articles on a wide range of topics pertinent to the African media environment (see table below). Online editor, Kyle James, commissioned a series of video messages asking an important question: what do young people want from their media? Kyle also adapted the written articles for online publication. (Those versions are available on MISA’s website.) The articles and other Declaration-related information will be featured on various social media channels in the run-up to WPFD.

Throughout the project MISA was supported by it’s long-term partner – DW Akademie (Germany’s leading organisation for international media development,) the Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sida), fesmedia Africa – the Africa media project of (Germany’s) Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung (FES) and the Namibia Media Trust through The Namibian newspaper and WordPress Namibia.

See: www.MISA.org and www.DW-Akademie.de.

Distributed by APO (African Press Organization) on behalf of Media Institute of Southern Africa (MISA).

Contact
Ms. Zoe Titus
E: zoe@misa.org
T: +264 61 232975
M: +264 81 128 3919

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U.S. Ambassador Hosts Celebration of the Successful Renewal of AGOA at Braai Featuring U.S. Chicken

Ambassador Gaspard celebrated the growing trade relationship between South Africa and the United States and the successful renewal of the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) at a braai at his residence on April 25.

As U.S. poultry, beef, and pork make their way to South African retailers’ shelves, the longstanding trade dispute has ended and new avenues for trade and partnership between the U.S. and South Africa are opening. Ambassador Gaspard acknowledged this milestone at “The Mother of All Braais,” where grilled chicken, beef, and pork were served to more than 100 invited guests, including officials from the Department of Trade and Industry, led by Ambassador Faizel Ismail, the United States of America Egg and Export Council (USAPEEC), led by President Jim Sumner, representatives from the Department of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, as well as media, importers, restauranteurs, and others who simply enjoy a good braai.

Ambassador Gaspard said, “It is an honor to welcome so many South African friends to my home today. With the AGOA trade talks concluded, we can now redouble our efforts toward a partnership for prosperity that creates jobs and supports South Africa’s economic growth. We’re already working on strengthening the domestic information economy, including ICT and pharmaceuticals, addressing structural challenges in order to improve port efficiencies, and expanding private sector power generation, including rooftop solar revolution. And this is just the beginning. I am certain, working together; our governments can achieve great things.”

Jim Sumner added, “We are thrilled to be back in the South African market. This will help South African consumers who are facing drought and increasing food prices. U.S chicken is among the most safe and wholesome in the world. I know in the future we can all work together effectively and cooperatively to the benefit of Americans and South Africans.”

On March 14, 2016, President Obama issued a proclamation confirming South Africa’s eligibility to continue to participate in AGOA. The entry of U.S poultry into South Africa was required as a condition for avoiding South Africa’s suspensions under AGOA. With all issues involving AGOA resolved, Ambassador Gaspard has conveyed his commitment to developing a broader, stronger economic partnership with South Africa. As a part of the AGOA agreement, fifty percent of the 65,000 ton quota is being set aside for historically disadvantaged individual (HDI) importers. Through programs such as this, the U.S. government is ensuring the benefits of AGOA are broad and inclusive.

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