Exploring Nature-Based Solution for Water Challenges

[Ethiopian Herald] In all corners, the Earth’s quality water supply is depleting due to a combination of various natural and manmade factors. In fact, one million children die daily across the world due to the scarcity of safe drinking water, 2.4 billi…

[Ethiopian Herald] In all corners, the Earth's quality water supply is depleting due to a combination of various natural and manmade factors. In fact, one million children die daily across the world due to the scarcity of safe drinking water, 2.4 billion people are not beneficiary of sanitation service and 1.7 billion people exist in natural gift water depletion basin areas, as sources indicate. Human activities such as land use and modification, urbanization, human settlement, and other practices associated with rapid popul

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Land Reform Policies Criticised at Human Rights Commission Inquiry

[GroundUp] Most farm evictions are illegal yet no one has ever been convicted of an illegal eviction in South Africa. This is according to Hanif Vally, Deputy Director of the Foundation for Human Rights.

[GroundUp] Most farm evictions are illegal yet no one has ever been convicted of an illegal eviction in South Africa. This is according to Hanif Vally, Deputy Director of the Foundation for Human Rights.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Falgold Shuts Down Mine

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed gold producer, Falcon Gold (Falgold), has shut down its Golden Quarries operation in Shurugwi due to working capital challenges.

[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe Stock Exchange-listed gold producer, Falcon Gold (Falgold), has shut down its Golden Quarries operation in Shurugwi due to working capital challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Crime Intelligence – Who Is Major-General Peter Jacobs?

[Daily Maverick] No sooner had news leaked that Minister of Police Bheki Cele and National Police Commissioner Khela Sithole were about to announce that former Western Cape Crime Intelligence boss Major General Peter Jacobs has been pipped to lead the …

[Daily Maverick] No sooner had news leaked that Minister of Police Bheki Cele and National Police Commissioner Khela Sithole were about to announce that former Western Cape Crime Intelligence boss Major General Peter Jacobs has been pipped to lead the deeply divided and crime-ridden division, than one of his rivals, Major-General Mzwandile Tiyo, complained he had been asked by Sithole to squash charges pending against Jacobs. By MARIANNE THAMM.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cabinet Puts Spotlight On Parastatal Reforms

[Financial Gazette] Cabinet has begun discussions on State enterprise reforms, which are expected to see them curb their perennial dependence on the fiscus, The Financial Gazette has learnt.

[Financial Gazette] Cabinet has begun discussions on State enterprise reforms, which are expected to see them curb their perennial dependence on the fiscus, The Financial Gazette has learnt.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Firm Crocodile Skin Prices Buoy Padenga

[Financial Gazette] Crocodile skins and meat marketer, Padenga Holdings, has reported a 53 percent increase in profit after tax for the year ended December 31, 2017, buoyed by firming prices.

[Financial Gazette] Crocodile skins and meat marketer, Padenga Holdings, has reported a 53 percent increase in profit after tax for the year ended December 31, 2017, buoyed by firming prices.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dealing With Kankoyo’s Economic Challenges

[Times of Zambia] After mining ownership changed hands in the mid 90s, mining towns have not been the same since because most of them, if not all, have failed to cope with the economic challenges which emerged post privatisation.

[Times of Zambia] After mining ownership changed hands in the mid 90s, mining towns have not been the same since because most of them, if not all, have failed to cope with the economic challenges which emerged post privatisation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia