Simphiwe Zanele Mthimunye is a phlebotomist who has already been recognised in her field as excelling in her line of work and her commitment. She was the first black woman to receive the award for Excellence in Phlebotomy by the Society of Medical Technologists in South Africa (SMLTSA) Congress, and is set to be a guest speaker at the SMLTSA conferences until 2020
[Namibian] Staff of beleaguered Air Namibia yesterday gathered to pray for divine intervention with the struggling parastatal’s financial affairs.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Dukem -The scenic road from Addis Ababa to the small town of Dukem is peppered with signs of industry: warehouses and factories, garages and gas stations, newly-built rail tracks and a freshly paved highway.
[Guardian] Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has revealed that African leaders have become more strategic, open-minded and proactive in their decisions in recent years.
[Addis Standard] Addis Abeba -I wrote this article as a way to initiate a conversation on the issues of decolonizing education pertaining directly to the field of Ethiopian Studies. The main purpose of this opinion is to highlight the importance of making Ethiopian languages and ideas dominant in the field of Ethiopian Studies.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Rich nations can protect their own best interests by helping the poorest countries adopt clean power
[Ghana Star] Strange creatures, believed to be dwarfs, have invaded about three communities in the Yunyoo constituency of the Northern region and are causing fear among residents of the area, according to reports reaching GhanaStar.com.
[Nyasa Times] A Malawian gay asylum seeker in the UK says he fears he will be killed if deported to his home country following a politician public appeal to kill the LGBTI people.
[African Arguments] A few weeks into his presidency, John Magufuli’s moves towards free education, anti-corruption and belt-tightening are already recalling memories of Julius Nyerere.
CECIL RHODES sits in pride of place at the University of Cape Town (UCT), his imposing statue framed by mountain peaks soaring above and the Cape Flats stretching out far below.