Mampho Modise, University of Pretoria
This article was first published last year as South Africa faced a possible downgrade by rating agencies. The Conversation Africa’s Charles Leonard asked Mampho Modise to explain the significance of a rating agency downgrade.
What do the agencies look at in
Malaria prevention and control remains a major United States foreign assistance objective, a United State official has said.
Jennifer Savage, Chargé d’ Affaires at the United States Embassy made the remarks while presenting congratulatory remarks at the Africa University's 25thanniversary ceremony last week.
Savage said that malaria prevention
[caption id="attachment_15493" align="aligncenter" width="772"] A vegetable farmer at Mbare market[/caption]
While a supermarket chain can have a customer care department responsible for answering queries and harvesting feedback from diverse customers, informal agricultural markets in major African cities have different ways of gathering customer experience. They use
Members of the Parliamentary Portfolio on Health and Child Care have taken a leading initiative in the fight to eradicate tuberculosis in the country by committing to use their influence to educate communities on the need to go for screening and treatment.
Speaking soon after undergoing
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MUTARE- Energy regulatory authorities have admitted to failing to deal with rampant illegal fuel dealers who are either smuggling the precious liquid into the country or buying and selling from truck drivers.
Speaking on Friday at a legal clinic organised by the Zimbabwe Regulatory Authority (ZERA)
ZIMBABWE Republic Police (ZRP) officers on Wednesday 29 March 2017 arrested and harassed six Harare residents whom they accused of assaulting an unidentified person at a boutique on Tuesday 28 March 2017.
ZRP officers from Harare Central Police Station under the Operations Department arrested Nomsa Nyamutswa
About 2 years ago, I read the story of Jimmy I have decided to leave Zimbabwe who decided to leave Zimbabwe for greener pastures. When I read that story I thought it bore a very strong resemblance to my story.
My name is Takura, and like Jimmy, I
As the continuing denouncing of the Constitution Amendment Bill No. 1 proposed by government through the Ministry of Justice on the appointment of Chief Justice gathers momentum, Abammeli Human Rights Lawyers Network (AHRLN) working with the Public Policy Research Institute of Zimbabwe are mobilising signatures