Lorine Towett

Lorine Towett

About Author

Lorine Towett is a liberal-minded individual who is passionate about journalism. She is an aggressive and professional journalist who is focused on taking business reporting to a whole new level. Having gained hands-on experience through freelancing for various blogs, she aspires to be the most sought-after business journalist. As a business writer at Weetracker, she will strive to give a unique and distinct outlook of the business and technology news in Africa. For more details contact her: [email protected]

South Africans To Access National Parks For Free This September

South African National Parks Week takes place annually and is normally organised by South African National Parks (SANParks). During this

Namibia Launches Multi-Million Project To Curb Housing Crisis

Since it attained independence in 1990, Namibia has had a shortage of affordable housing for low-income earners. As at 2007,

Vodacom South Africa Losses Between ZAR 120 Mn- ZAR 130 Mn Annually To Vandalism And Theft

Vodacom Group said it losses between ZAR 120-ZAR 130 Mn to vandalism annually with 1,500 – 2,00 batteries stolen every

A Peek Into SA’s Newly-Assented Debt-Relief Bill: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

Parliament through a publication has announced the debt relief bill has been signed into law. The lawmakers disclosed that President


11,000 Angolan Homes To Be Connected With Electricity Under New Project

Angola’s Energy and Water minister João Baptista Borges has announced a new 20-megawatt thermal power plant to supply power to

Citizens Of These Four Countries Can Now visit South Africa Without A Visa

South Africa has granted nationals from four new countries visa-free status in a move that is aimed at boosting tourism

Former Eskom Officials Eyeing The ‘Most Impossible’ CEO Job In Africa

Despite the good perks that come with being a CEO, the position can be a tough one considering if you

New Power Project Unveiled To Benefit 37,000 Households In Mozambique’s Poorest Provinces

A new USD 19 Mn electricity sub-station has been inaugurated by Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi. The sub-station located in Namialo

New Report Ranks South Africa As World’s Most Dangerous Country For Women Travelers

A new Women’s Danger Index which ranks the world’s most dangerous countries for women traveling alone has ranked South Africa

SA Hospital Pulls Off Rare Cardiac Intervention – The Third One Ever Recorded In Medical History

A successful cardiac intervention procedure has been done in Red Cross War Memorial Children’s Hospital making the recipient, a 6-year-old,

Global Colorant Provider Acquires South African Colour Firm

Global colorant provider Chromaflo Technologies Corp has acquired colorant dispersion division of South Africa’s Liquid Colours (Pty) Ltd for an

South Africa’s Absa Group Reports 5 Percent Increase In Profits Despite Challenging Economic Times

Financial services provider Absa Group Ltd has recorded a 5 percent increase in half-year profits despite South Africa’s challenging economic