Monitoring Outcomes Is Key to Improving Mental Health Treatment in South Africa

[The Conversation Africa] The traditional way of understanding medical treatment is that a doctor matches a particular treatment to a particular illness. The problem is that people with the same illness can respond differently to the same treatment.

[The Conversation Africa] The traditional way of understanding medical treatment is that a doctor matches a particular treatment to a particular illness. The problem is that people with the same illness can respond differently to the same treatment.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

How Presidential Candidates Fared At Debate

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Great ideas to make Liberia a better country were in abundant supply at the Liberia’s 2017 presidential debate at the Paynesville Town Hall, as four candidates vying to become the next president put across their plans to the…

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Great ideas to make Liberia a better country were in abundant supply at the Liberia's 2017 presidential debate at the Paynesville Town Hall, as four candidates vying to become the next president put across their plans to the public.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Are South Africa’s Opposition-Led Coalition Metros Flexing Their Muscles?

[The Conversation Africa] City governments around the world are increasingly challenging nation states when it comes to development, human rights and governance. In the US, for instance, cities are asserting themselves against federal or state governme…

[The Conversation Africa] City governments around the world are increasingly challenging nation states when it comes to development, human rights and governance. In the US, for instance, cities are asserting themselves against federal or state governments on controversial issues like environmental standards.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

South African Delegation Happy With Zambia Reception Ahead Of Chan Fixture

South Africa soccer team assistant coach Thabo Senong says he is happy to be back in Ndola for Saturday’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) final round second leg qualifier against Zambia. Senong said he was happy to experience the familiar warm … Continued

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South Africa soccer team assistant coach Thabo Senong says he is happy to be back in Ndola for Saturday’s African Nations Championship (CHAN) final round second leg qualifier against Zambia. Senong said he was happy to experience the familiar warm reception he felt in Zambia as his team had during the Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations. South Africa was based in Ndola for the 2017 U-20 Africa Cup and enjoyed home like support at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium where they came out second in a group that had Senegal, Cameroun and South Sudan. The U-20 head coach, who is senior national team second assistant to Stuart Baxter, returned to Ndola leading the CHAN team and expressed delight at the warm reception at the Simon Mwansa Kapwepwe International Airport. “Zambia is always home, I am happy to be back in Ndola where we were during the U-20 Africa Cup. The reception here is always great,†Senong said. “Ndola is home to us, there is nothing like we are playing away.†Zambia and South Africa meet in the Kenya 2018 African Nations Championship final round, return leg qualifier at Levy Stadium tomorrow. The two teams settled for a 2-all draw in the first leg last week with Zambia now needing a scoreless or 1-all draw to qualify to the tournament. Source: bolazambia The post South African Delegation Happy With Zambia Reception Ahead Of Chan Fixture appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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