Less Than 1% of Women in Nigeria Use Condoms

[Daily Trust] Less than one per cent of women in the country use female condoms, Programme Officer, Reproductive Health and Family Planning of Pathfinder International, Dr Sekina Bello said.

[Daily Trust] Less than one per cent of women in the country use female condoms, Programme Officer, Reproductive Health and Family Planning of Pathfinder International, Dr Sekina Bello said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Decolonising African Philosophy – What the Curriculum Should Look Like

[The Journalist] The impetus for this piece is the demand for the decolonisation of the philosophy curriculum at our universities, made, at least in the context of South Africa, by none other than students of philosophy themselves.

[The Journalist] The impetus for this piece is the demand for the decolonisation of the philosophy curriculum at our universities, made, at least in the context of South Africa, by none other than students of philosophy themselves.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

When a Mad Man Has Hijacked the Zimbabwe Bus

[Ilizwi263] In this analogy of the Zimbabwe bus, South African based writer, Chivhu Mudhara, poses a thought provoking query: can the bus driver be trusted with the lives of his passengers?

[Ilizwi263] In this analogy of the Zimbabwe bus, South African based writer, Chivhu Mudhara, poses a thought provoking query: can the bus driver be trusted with the lives of his passengers?

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why Business Mogul Sudhir Lost 4 Forex Bureaus

[Observer] Business mogul Sudhir Ruparelia’s footprint within Uganda’s financial industry has been further cut short after the licenses to four of his forex bureaus expired at the end of last year and were not renewed.

[Observer] Business mogul Sudhir Ruparelia's footprint within Uganda's financial industry has been further cut short after the licenses to four of his forex bureaus expired at the end of last year and were not renewed.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Mulls National Infrastructure Company Revival

[Financial Gazette] GOVERNMENT is mulling a merger between the National Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe (NOIC) and Petrotrade, which could result in the resuscitation of the National Oil Company of Zimbabwe (NOCZIM), unbundled seven years ago to cre…

[Financial Gazette] GOVERNMENT is mulling a merger between the National Infrastructure Company of Zimbabwe (NOIC) and Petrotrade, which could result in the resuscitation of the National Oil Company of Zimbabwe (NOCZIM), unbundled seven years ago to create the two entities.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe