[UNFPA] Madame Najat Baloui, a midwife in Casablanca, vividly remembers a childbirth that went horribly wrong. “A woman was delivering vaginally,” Ms. Baloui recalled
FOR NEARLY three decades Omar al-Bashir’s regime butchered and plundered. Since 2010 the former Sudanese president has evaded an arrest warrant from the International Criminal Court (ICC) for war crimes and genocide in the Darfur region
[The Herald] Trade promotion body, ZimTrade, has urged local manufacturers of mining equipment to consider exporting to the Zambian market.
[Nyasa Times] Truck drivers have defiantly said the strike slated for Monday will still go ahead with or without a court injunction.
[263Chat] Striking doctors have now pinned their hopes on Vice President Constantino Chiwenga, who recently returned from China where he was receiving treatment, to resume negotiations for better salaries.
[Vanguard] The Federal Government, yesterday, foreclosed re-opening of the nation’s borders, saying 95 per cent of arms and ammunition inflow to Boko Haram, kidnappers, killer herdsmen and bandits has gone down considerably.
[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.
[SAnews.gov.za] South African Airways (SAA) has cancelled almost all its domestic, regional and international flights scheduled for Friday and Saturday as a result of industrial action.
[263Chat] Diamond sector mining output for the 2020 period has been pegged at US$1 billion buoyed by investments in exploration as well joint venture agreements, officials in the diamond industry have said.
[263Chat] Security officials have raised alarm over an exponential increase in illegal panning activities in Chiadzwa diamond fields with more than 3000 panners arrested this year only.