World Report 2015 is Human Rights Watch’s 25th annual review of human rights practices around the globe. It summarizes key human rights issues in more than 90 countries and territories worldwide.
In his keynote, Human Rights Watch Executive Director Kenneth Roth reflects on a year so
‘This was such a hassle before. With ZymPay I can now pay for my electricity in under a minute online and for a negligible fee.’
London January 2015: London-based money transfer and bill payments business ZymPay has launched a vital new direct payment service for Zimbabwe’s
Elizabeth Mashiri - Zvishavane - Zvishavane Town Council has kept a static budget of $6,5 million for the 2015 financial year after assuming that inflation will remain at a low 0,2 percent and that rate payers had no capacity to pay increased rates.
According to a budget
Dear Dr. Mangudya
Your address to journalists was on point and you articulated on most of the issues affecting the economy. You spoke so gloomy about the problems but the solution side left a lot to be desired especially in the wake and spiralling of the
Komla Dumor was a journalist of Africa. His passion was to tell African stories to the world with honesty and integrity.
It’s a legacy that the BBC wants to continue.
The BBC World News Komla Dumor Award will be made to an outstanding individual living and working in Africa,
By Hilton Mendelsohn
I am not a pessimist by nature. I have a very strong tendency towards optimism and even when there seems to be no possibility for success I refuse to believe in the possibility of complete failure. Perhaps I simply adjust to the reality of
By Caroline Kache
DSTV has been showing ‘The Hunger Games’ a gruesome trilogy movie depicting a dystopia. Set in ‘Panem,’ a country consisting of the wealthy Capitol and 12 other districts with varying levels of poverty, the Hunger Games sees two unfortunate candidates, male and female
African intellectual elites personalise their analysis even as they accuse African leaders of personalising the state
On Jan.1, I went to Nsambya Hospital in Kampala where my cousin was hospitalised. The hospital is owned and run by the Catholic Church. The buildings many of which were
Zimbabwe’s Commercial Farmers’ Union, which represents mainly white farmers, will meet with Lands and Resettlement Minister Douglas Mombeshora to discuss the government’s plans to evict whites still growing crops.
“We’ve managed to secure a meeting with Minister Mombeshora tomorrow to seek clarification on whether government still