Nelson Chamisa Thinks Women Are Chattel for Politicians to Barter With

[This is Africa] Nelson Chamisa, Zimbabwe’s main opposition leader, made such inappropriate gender remarks during his recent election campaign that Zimbabweans are questioning his leadership ability

[This is Africa] Nelson Chamisa, Zimbabwe's main opposition leader, made such inappropriate gender remarks during his recent election campaign that Zimbabweans are questioning his leadership ability

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why Some Young Women Struggle to Get the Child Support Grant in South Africa

[The Conversation Africa] The expansion of the South African welfare system of social grants, in the form of a range of unconditional cash transfers, is one of the success stories of the African National Congress (ANC) government since it was first ele…

[The Conversation Africa] The expansion of the South African welfare system of social grants, in the form of a range of unconditional cash transfers, is one of the success stories of the African National Congress (ANC) government since it was first elected in 1994.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

What Kenya’s Big Four Agenda Can Do for the Country and the Continent

[This is Africa] Sustainable, nature-based agriculture and clean energy can be the cornerstone of development that starts at community level, says Dr Richard Munang and Robert Mgendi.

[This is Africa] Sustainable, nature-based agriculture and clean energy can be the cornerstone of development that starts at community level, says Dr Richard Munang and Robert Mgendi.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

U.S. Secretary of State Calls Buhari, Reaffirms Nigeria-U.S. Relations

[Premium Times] U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called President Muhamadu Buhari and reaffirmed the longstanding relationship between the U.S. and Nigeria, U.S. Department of State, said.

[Premium Times] U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo called President Muhamadu Buhari and reaffirmed the longstanding relationship between the U.S. and Nigeria, U.S. Department of State, said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Africa Will Be Pretoria’s Real Testing Ground On Foreign Policy

[ISS] This week, in her maiden budget speech as South Africa’s minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Lindiwe Sisulu promised a thorough review of South Africa’s foreign policy. She told Parliament that in the memory of democratic South A…

[ISS] This week, in her maiden budget speech as South Africa's minister of International Relations and Cooperation, Lindiwe Sisulu promised a thorough review of South Africa's foreign policy. She told Parliament that in the memory of democratic South Africa's first president Nelson Mandela, who was born 100 years ago, the country had 'a responsibility to regain that stature that he left for us'.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

GolfRSA Juniors Stay Unbeaten At SA Challenge Cup

[Sascoc] The GolfRSA Juniors kept their unbeaten record in the SA Challenge Cup going, the GolfRSA Presidents Team converted two close calls into victory and USSA beat Western Province in Thursday’s fourth round at Irene Country Club.

[Sascoc] The GolfRSA Juniors kept their unbeaten record in the SA Challenge Cup going, the GolfRSA Presidents Team converted two close calls into victory and USSA beat Western Province in Thursday's fourth round at Irene Country Club.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Hockey – Inline Hockey Cup At the Dome On Monday

[New Era] Swakopmund -Namibia’s popular holiday resort, Swakopmund is to play hosts to the eagerly awaited Africa Cup Inline Hockey tourney, which gets underway at The Dome on Monday.

[New Era] Swakopmund -Namibia's popular holiday resort, Swakopmund is to play hosts to the eagerly awaited Africa Cup Inline Hockey tourney, which gets underway at The Dome on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Reading Crisis – Focus On the Root Cause, Not the Peripherals

[The Conversation Africa] Nearly a quarter of a century into democracy, four presidents and several curricular revisions later, South Africa has made little headway in its reading crisis.

[The Conversation Africa] Nearly a quarter of a century into democracy, four presidents and several curricular revisions later, South Africa has made little headway in its reading crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Why Addis Ababa Shouldn’t Criminalise Children Who Beg On Its Streets

[The Conversation Africa] Over half of Ethiopia’s 100 million inhabitants are Orthodox Christians and a third practice Islam. Begging, in the form of almsgiving, is supported by the religious teachings of Christianity and Islam and is very common in th…

[The Conversation Africa] Over half of Ethiopia's 100 million inhabitants are Orthodox Christians and a third practice Islam. Begging, in the form of almsgiving, is supported by the religious teachings of Christianity and Islam and is very common in the capital, Addis Ababa.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia