Former ‘Lost Boy’ Finds a Way to Help Others

[VOA] Manyang Kher was three years old when he arrived at a refugee camp in Ethiopia’s Gambella region. During the 13 years, the South Sudanese native lived there, he observed lots of other children die. From hunger. From cholera. From attempting to fl…

[VOA] Manyang Kher was three years old when he arrived at a refugee camp in Ethiopia's Gambella region. During the 13 years, the South Sudanese native lived there, he observed lots of other children die. From hunger. From cholera. From attempting to flee the cam.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Govt to Establish University Towns

[The Herald] Government has signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with investors to establish the construction of university towns and college cities across the country in a bid to ensure that all university students have decent accommodation. Exp…

[The Herald] Government has signed Memorandum of Understandings (MoUs) with investors to establish the construction of university towns and college cities across the country in a bid to ensure that all university students have decent accommodation. Experts define a college city or university town as a community that is dominated by university student population.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Of Robin Vela, NSSA and Media Spats

[The Herald] Robin Vela, the former board chairman of the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) who was fired on March 29, 2018, has been on the offensive, firing various salvos at perceived enemies who, in his mind, were responsible for his downfa…

[The Herald] Robin Vela, the former board chairman of the National Social Security Authority (NSSA) who was fired on March 29, 2018, has been on the offensive, firing various salvos at perceived enemies who, in his mind, were responsible for his downfall. The reason for his firing point to him being a foreign resident with local interests.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Collective Bargaining for Civil Servants

[The Herald] Cabinet has approved principles on the amendment of the Public Service Act as Government moves to allow civil servants to engage in collective bargaining as enshrined in the Constitution. Civil servants have for long been pressing to engag…

[The Herald] Cabinet has approved principles on the amendment of the Public Service Act as Government moves to allow civil servants to engage in collective bargaining as enshrined in the Constitution. Civil servants have for long been pressing to engage in collective bargaining with their employer and the envisaged amendments will remove inconsistences which have frustrated the realisation of their quest over the years.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Relations With UK Move to Another Level

[The Herald] Britain is keen to assist Zimbabwe to identify resources to compensate former white commercial farmers who lost farms during the land reform programme, an issue that triggered the stand-off between Harare and London at the turn of the mill…

[The Herald] Britain is keen to assist Zimbabwe to identify resources to compensate former white commercial farmers who lost farms during the land reform programme, an issue that triggered the stand-off between Harare and London at the turn of the millennium.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ruling Party Sets Bar in Electoral Democracy

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF primary election season is upon us, along the way teaching a lesson or two to the party’s opponents in the forthcoming harmonised elections. The major beneficiary of such lessons is MDC-T’s controversially appointed leader Mr N…

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF primary election season is upon us, along the way teaching a lesson or two to the party's opponents in the forthcoming harmonised elections. The major beneficiary of such lessons is MDC-T's controversially appointed leader Mr Nelson Chamisa.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe