War Veterans Say Country Needs All Minority Groups

[New Zimbabwe] VETERANS of Zimbabwe’s liberation war who were at the forefront of terrorizing commercial farmers at the turn of the century have announced that they will soon be engaging local whites with a view making sure they are not left out in the…

[New Zimbabwe] VETERANS of Zimbabwe's liberation war who were at the forefront of terrorizing commercial farmers at the turn of the century have announced that they will soon be engaging local whites with a view making sure they are not left out in the development of the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Over 15M Africans Suffered Transatlantic Slave Trade – UN Chief

[Premium Times] UN Secretary-General António Guterres has said more than 15 million Africans suffered the brutalities of the Transatlantic slave trade, calling for respect for the dignity of every human being.

[Premium Times] UN Secretary-General António Guterres has said more than 15 million Africans suffered the brutalities of the Transatlantic slave trade, calling for respect for the dignity of every human being.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ex-Minister Moyo Asks African Leaders to Check on ‘Persecuted’ Mugabe

[New Zimbabwe] Former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo has sent out a public appeal to African leaders including Thabo Mbeki to save ousted President Robert Mugabe from harassment by authorities in Harare.

[New Zimbabwe] Former Higher Education Minister Jonathan Moyo has sent out a public appeal to African leaders including Thabo Mbeki to save ousted President Robert Mugabe from harassment by authorities in Harare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ellen Degeneres to Build Gorilla Research Center

[New Times] Popular American TV talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is scheduled to visit Rwanda in June to kick off the building of a Gorilla research centre.

[New Times] Popular American TV talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is scheduled to visit Rwanda in June to kick off the building of a Gorilla research centre.

Mugabe Is The Victim of a Monster He Himself Created – Activist

[New Zimbabwe] Harare lawyer and pro-democracy activist Fadzayi Mahere has scorned ousted President Robert Mugabe and his apologists’ claims the long serving leader was unconstitutionally removed from office by the military.

[New Zimbabwe] Harare lawyer and pro-democracy activist Fadzayi Mahere has scorned ousted President Robert Mugabe and his apologists' claims the long serving leader was unconstitutionally removed from office by the military.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Calls Grow to Lower Retirement Age

[New Times] Members of Parliament, Trade Unions and Association of Pensioners in Rwanda have called for the reduction of early retirement age cap from the current minimum of 60 years to 55 years, arguing this would create more opportunities for young g…

[New Times] Members of Parliament, Trade Unions and Association of Pensioners in Rwanda have called for the reduction of early retirement age cap from the current minimum of 60 years to 55 years, arguing this would create more opportunities for young graduates to get jobs, while it would allow elderly employees to retire while still relatively energetic.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Alarm Ministries Launches 10th Album

[New Times] Gospel outfit Alarm Ministries has continued to show its resilience to stay on the local gospel music scene when it launched its 10th album titled Turakomeye.

[New Times] Gospel outfit Alarm Ministries has continued to show its resilience to stay on the local gospel music scene when it launched its 10th album titled Turakomeye.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Lassa Fever Outbreak Slowing, but Remains a Concern – WHO

[Premium Times] After nearly 400 confirmed infections and 100 deaths, the spread of Lassa fever in Nigeria is beginning to slow but the epidemic is far from contained, the World Health Organisation and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) have…

[Premium Times] After nearly 400 confirmed infections and 100 deaths, the spread of Lassa fever in Nigeria is beginning to slow but the epidemic is far from contained, the World Health Organisation and the Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) have warned.