To Improve Land Rights in Ghana, Start With Women

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Successful farming is a question of amassing and applying knowledge, adapting your approach to the ecological systems that confront you, and persevering in the face of new obstacles.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Successful farming is a question of amassing and applying knowledge, adapting your approach to the ecological systems that confront you, and persevering in the face of new obstacles.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

The Need for Free and Fair Elections in DRC

[PR Newswire] London -Statement by Stephen Hickey, UK Acting Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, at the Security Council Briefing on Democratic Republic of Congo.

[PR Newswire] London -Statement by Stephen Hickey, UK Acting Deputy Permanent Representative to the UN, at the Security Council Briefing on Democratic Republic of Congo.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Peace, Development – Siamese Twins

[Ethiopian Herald] Peace and security are essential components of a healthy society. No sane mind would stand against this assertion. Every citizen and peace-loving individual should contribute its share to avoid elements that compromise peace in the s…

[Ethiopian Herald] Peace and security are essential components of a healthy society. No sane mind would stand against this assertion. Every citizen and peace-loving individual should contribute its share to avoid elements that compromise peace in the society, but people who are at the top of societal pyramid, particularly faith leaders, are duty bound in ushering the faithful through the path of peace, love and respect.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Tribunal Team Demands U.S.$30,000 Each

[The Herald] The tribunal tasked to investigate the alleged defiance by Harare City Council executives to cut salaries as per Government directive demanded to be paid $30 000 each, after taking five months to complete a month’s job, it has emerged.

[The Herald] The tribunal tasked to investigate the alleged defiance by Harare City Council executives to cut salaries as per Government directive demanded to be paid $30 000 each, after taking five months to complete a month's job, it has emerged.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Of Bullet Trains and Chamisa’s 35-Minute Ride to Bulawayo

[The Herald] Frenzy over the election promises made by the president of the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance, Nelson Chamisa, in Chinhoyi last week has gripped the media.

[The Herald] Frenzy over the election promises made by the president of the Movement for Democratic Change Alliance, Nelson Chamisa, in Chinhoyi last week has gripped the media.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Global Platinum Production to Fall 4%

[The Herald] Global refined platinum production is forecast to fall by four percent to 5 850 ounces in 2018 mainly driven by reduced output from the world’s biggest producers, Russia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

[The Herald] Global refined platinum production is forecast to fall by four percent to 5 850 ounces in 2018 mainly driven by reduced output from the world's biggest producers, Russia, South Africa and Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President to Meet Vice Chancellors, Students

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa is expected to meet vice chancellors, college principals, bursars, investors, bankers and student leaders today, during an indaba aimed at addressing infrastructure challenges at tertiary institutions as well as problem…

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa is expected to meet vice chancellors, college principals, bursars, investors, bankers and student leaders today, during an indaba aimed at addressing infrastructure challenges at tertiary institutions as well as problems in accessing student loans.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Mnangagwa to Launch ICT Drive

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa will on Wednesday next week launch the Zimbabwe Information Communication Technology Drive, a revolving fund to support the works and development of young ICT innovators.

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa will on Wednesday next week launch the Zimbabwe Information Communication Technology Drive, a revolving fund to support the works and development of young ICT innovators.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Students in Cyprus – Journey of Broken Promises

[The Herald] An advert in a daily Zimbabwean newspaper is quite imposing. It is colourful, has catchy information which easily entices any student eager to take up university studies in Northern Cyprus.

[The Herald] An advert in a daily Zimbabwean newspaper is quite imposing. It is colourful, has catchy information which easily entices any student eager to take up university studies in Northern Cyprus.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe