Scramble for Day-Old Chicks, Eggs

[The Herald] Many Zimbabweans have a deep affection for chicken. A while back, the privilege of having chicken at the dinner table was reserved for special occasion such as Christmas, Easter or when a special visitor came by.

[The Herald] Many Zimbabweans have a deep affection for chicken. A while back, the privilege of having chicken at the dinner table was reserved for special occasion such as Christmas, Easter or when a special visitor came by.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenyatta, Governors Urge Nurses to End Strike

[Nation] The Council of Governors (CoG) has asked nurses’ union to call off a biting nationwide strike that has crippled health services in public hospitals before a job re-evaluation is conducted and their salary demands addressed.

[Nation] The Council of Governors (CoG) has asked nurses' union to call off a biting nationwide strike that has crippled health services in public hospitals before a job re-evaluation is conducted and their salary demands addressed.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

What the Country’s War Means for Northern Uganda’s ‘Relative Peace’

[Atlantic Council] Ten years after the guns of the three-decade-long Lord’s Resistance Army (LRA) insurgency went silent, northern Uganda’s local leaders are concerned that the deadly war raging across the South Sudanese border could disturb the fragil…

[Atlantic Council] Ten years after the guns of the three-decade-long Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) insurgency went silent, northern Uganda's local leaders are concerned that the deadly war raging across the South Sudanese border could disturb the fragile region.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Gukurahundi Origins – Myth and Reality, Part 4 – the One-Party State, 1980-1987

[Daily Maverick] Illuminating as it is to examine some of the individual events that together make up the backcloth to the Matabeleland killings of 1983-4 – among them, the Entumbane violence, the arms caches “crisis” and the tourist abduction – this c…

[Daily Maverick] Illuminating as it is to examine some of the individual events that together make up the backcloth to the Matabeleland killings of 1983-4 - among them, the Entumbane violence, the arms caches "crisis" and the tourist abduction - this complex tapestry only fully makes sense when we identify the ideological thread (and associated objectives) which runs through it. Imbued with a tradition that emphasised absolute domination, Robert Mugabe and his confidants entered government in 1980 with a burning desire to

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Is Child Labor the Price for E-Cars?

[Deutsche Welle] Whether in cars, laptops or smartphones, cobalt is in nearly all batteries. The biggest supplier is the Democratic Republic of Congo, where human rights are often violated in the mines.

[Deutsche Welle] Whether in cars, laptops or smartphones, cobalt is in nearly all batteries. The biggest supplier is the Democratic Republic of Congo, where human rights are often violated in the mines.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa