Ministry Lauds Midwives Role in Reducing Maternal Mortality

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Health lauded the indispensable roles of midwives in improving nationwide maternal health care as the 25th International Day of Midwife and the foundation of Ethiopian Midwives Association celebrated.

[Ethiopian Herald] Ministry of Health lauded the indispensable roles of midwives in improving nationwide maternal health care as the 25th International Day of Midwife and the foundation of Ethiopian Midwives Association celebrated.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Industry Calls for 10% Export Incentive

[The Herald] INDUSTRY has made proposals for an upward review of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe’s export incentive to 10 percent from the current 5 percent as they push for more export earnings and improvement in the country’s balance of payment position.

[The Herald] INDUSTRY has made proposals for an upward review of the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe's export incentive to 10 percent from the current 5 percent as they push for more export earnings and improvement in the country's balance of payment position.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dr. Tedros – the Right Candidate for WHO

[Ethiopian Herald] Member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) will elect a new Director General in 21-31 May 2017 at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland.

[Ethiopian Herald] Member states of the World Health Organization (WHO) will elect a new Director General in 21-31 May 2017 at the World Health Assembly in Geneva, Switzerland.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

2018 Elections and Dual Citizenship – Exiles Appeal to Britain

[New Zimbabwe] The British must “join and aid” Zimbabweans as they seek ‘true independence’ including forcing President Robert Mugabe to allow people in the Diaspora to vote next year, according to activists.

[New Zimbabwe] The British must "join and aid" Zimbabweans as they seek 'true independence' including forcing President Robert Mugabe to allow people in the Diaspora to vote next year, according to activists.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Unlike in the Military Regime, the Private Sector Is Vital to Development Drive Across the Country,’ Dr. Engineer Mikyas Abayneh

[Ethiopian Herald] Today’s guest is Dr. Eng. Mikyas Abayneh. He was born in 1941 in Addis Ababa and grew up there. He joined Lycee Guebre Mariam and successfully completed his primary and secondary education there. In due course, he joined the then uni…

[Ethiopian Herald] Today's guest is Dr. Eng. Mikyas Abayneh. He was born in 1941 in Addis Ababa and grew up there. He joined Lycee Guebre Mariam and successfully completed his primary and secondary education there. In due course, he joined the then university college and earned his first degree in Civil Engineering. He contributed in taking the Ethiopian construction industry to a new level of success. He partook in various researches and publications mainly in the area of concrete and cement.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

‘Gukurahundi Could Bring Future Upheaval’

[Zimbabwe Standard] Controversial MDC lawmaker Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga is at it again; this time warning of future social upheaval over the emotive Gukurahundi issue. Misihairabwi-Mushonga is also part of women politicians that are pushing for …

[Zimbabwe Standard] Controversial MDC lawmaker Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga is at it again; this time warning of future social upheaval over the emotive Gukurahundi issue. Misihairabwi-Mushonga is also part of women politicians that are pushing for the women's vote ahead of the 2018 election. The Standard senior reporter Richard Chidza (RC) spoke to the former Cabinet minister (PM) on a range of issues. Below are excerpts.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe