How Badly Implemented Land Reform Can Affect Wildlife – Study

[The Conversation Africa] Large carnivores are in decline all over the world. Threats like persecution and loss of both prey and habitat are key contributors. The planet’s top biodiversity hotspots have already lost around 90% of their primary (undistu…

[The Conversation Africa] Large carnivores are in decline all over the world. Threats like persecution and loss of both prey and habitat are key contributors. The planet's top biodiversity hotspots have already lost around 90% of their primary (undisturbed) vegetation, driven by factors like growth of infrastructure, agriculture and the removal of natural resources.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Iran Envoy Meets VP Mphoko

[The Herald] Iran is working on ways of using its outstanding political relations with Zimbabwe as a basis to foster closer trade and economic interaction, its ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Ahmad Erfanian has said. Speaking after paying a courtesy call on …

[The Herald] Iran is working on ways of using its outstanding political relations with Zimbabwe as a basis to foster closer trade and economic interaction, its ambassador to Zimbabwe Mr Ahmad Erfanian has said. Speaking after paying a courtesy call on Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko at his Munhumutapa office in Harare yesterday, Mr Erfanian said he was convinced that the two countries had promising prospects of economic cooperation.

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Implementation of Confab Report Critical to Nigeria’s Survival – Idada

[Leadership] Brigadier General Don Idada (retd) was Provost Marshal of the Nigeria Army and a leader in the Niger Delta struggle. In this interview with PATRICK ECHOGA, he speaks on some issues bordering on the nation’s unity

[Leadership] Brigadier General Don Idada (retd) was Provost Marshal of the Nigeria Army and a leader in the Niger Delta struggle. In this interview with PATRICK ECHOGA, he speaks on some issues bordering on the nation's unity

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Africa’s First Humanitarian Drone Testing Corridor Launched

[Unicef] Lilongwe -The Government of Malawi and UNICEF today launched an air corridor to test potential humanitarian use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones. The corridor is the first in Africa and one of the first globally with a …

[Unicef] Lilongwe -The Government of Malawi and UNICEF today launched an air corridor to test potential humanitarian use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones. The corridor is the first in Africa and one of the first globally with a focus on humanitarian and development use.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

NASS Moves to Decongest Exclusive Legislative List

[Leadership] In what seems like covert moves to commence the much touted restructuring of the country, beginning with devolution of powers to the federating units, the National Assembly has resolved to decongest the exclusive legislative list.

[Leadership] In what seems like covert moves to commence the much touted restructuring of the country, beginning with devolution of powers to the federating units, the National Assembly has resolved to decongest the exclusive legislative list.

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Play About Holocaust Premieres in Rwanda

[New Times] The First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, on Tuesday joined scores of people to watch the premiere of ‘L’espèce Humaine’ (French for ‘human species’), a play on the Holocaust, featuring Rwandan artist Diogène Ntarindwa, best known as Atome.

[New Times] The First Lady, Jeannette Kagame, on Tuesday joined scores of people to watch the premiere of 'L'espèce Humaine' (French for 'human species'), a play on the Holocaust, featuring Rwandan artist Diogène Ntarindwa, best known as Atome.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Magnell Tips Local Riders to Shine in Colorado Classic Race

[New Times] The national cycling team (Team Rwanda) head coach, Sterling Magnell, has urged his riders to make the most out of their debut in the upcoming Colorado Classic bicycle race in the USA.

[New Times] The national cycling team (Team Rwanda) head coach, Sterling Magnell, has urged his riders to make the most out of their debut in the upcoming Colorado Classic bicycle race in the USA.

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Referendum, Not Quit Notice Will Determine Biafra’s Independence – Jibrin

[Leadership] The national chairman of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Sen. Walid Jibrin, said yesterday that it is only referendum that will guarantee Biafra’s independence, not quit notice.

[Leadership] The national chairman of the Board of Trustees (BoT) of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Sen. Walid Jibrin, said yesterday that it is only referendum that will guarantee Biafra's independence, not quit notice.

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Soaring Maize Price in Nigeria Defies Two Year Trend

[Premium Times] The price of maize, a staple food in Nigeria, has soared in the country, amid increase in the global prices of the commodity and other grains, an outlook review by Novus Agro Nig. Limited, an agro commodity price tracker, has revealed.

[Premium Times] The price of maize, a staple food in Nigeria, has soared in the country, amid increase in the global prices of the commodity and other grains, an outlook review by Novus Agro Nig. Limited, an agro commodity price tracker, has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria