[Oxfam] Millions displaced; women, girls hit hardest; crises compounded by conflicts, poverty, and inequality; $700m average climate-related losses; urgent action needed now
[GraÃ§a Machel Trust] The Graça Machel Trust, is bringing the Women Creating Wealth Entrepreneurship Development Programme to South Africa. Women Creating Wealth is a Pan-African initiative that has significantly grown the businesses and positively impacted the entrepreneurial behaviours, skills, and confidence of women entrepreneurs.
[New Frame] Students at the Southern Africa Nazarene University are the latest to protest against inadequate government funding and poor faculty and facilities. The police reacted with live ammunition.
[UN News] Violent attacks by extremists “almost every day” in the Sahel nations of Mali, Niger and Burkina Faso have displaced nearly one million people and caused emergency levels of malnutrition, UN humanitarians have said.
[Premium Times] One early morning in November 2013, Adepoju Jamiu woke up to observe the first of the five Islamic daily prayers at Okela, a community in Ondo State.
[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -African countries should shift from a culture of investing heavily on military and give priority to health of citizens, an economist said.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa should have cleared out the hierarchy of the country’s security establishment following the White City bombing that nearly claimed the life of the national leader, a month before last year’s elections.
[New Zimbabwe] While South Africa and other countries in the region are ready to help, only Zimbabweans have the solutions to the country’s problems, a Cabinet Minister in President Cyril Ramaphosa’s government has said.
[New Era] Windhoek -A driver and co-worker were arrested after being found in possession of cannabis worth N$6.4 million on Saturday morning on the B3 road to Grunau.
[The Herald] Government will engage the Chinese Embassy in Harare to establish a common accounting position on how much Harare received from Beijing as development partner support for 2019.