Families of Ethiopian plane disaster victims visit crash site
Addis Ababa - Draped in traditional white mourning shawls, relatives of the Ethiopian victims of ET Flight 302 gathered silently in a hotel conference room in Addis Ababa on Thursday, before boarding buses headed for the crash site. ...Read More
UNAIDS wants punitive laws against persons with HIV/AIDS scrapped
Windhoek - The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) is demanding the removal of punitive laws, policies, practices, stigma and discrimination that block effective responses to AIDS. ...Read More
Indigenous tuber, a panacea to Zim’s depleting livestock
Chiredzi - Cattle farmers in Zimbabwe’s drought-prone regions have been urged to feed their livestock a locally available tuber plant, known as Zhombwe (Neorautanenia brankypus (Harms)), during the impending drought. ...Read More
Can SADC’s industrialisation strategy feed the poor?
Windhoek - The SADC Secretariat is looking at ways to go beyond its own policies and actually introduce measures that would essentially benefit small traders and improve the livelihoods of destitute citizens. ...Read More