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The Plight Of Rukariro Rehabilitation Centre

By Correspondent , 13 , Dec 2013


By Martin Muleya Rukariro Rehabilitation Centre located 26km along the Harare Mutare road in the dusty and remote area of Odzi, Manicaland province cares for the disabled and psychiatric patients. .. Read More →

Mandela Memorial Deaf Interpreter Identified

By editor , 12 , Dec 2013


The sign language interpreter for Mandela`s memorial service on Tuesday has been identified as 34 year old Thamsanqa Jantjie. Jantjie claims to have had a schizophrenic episode during the service, .. Read More →

Neglected Diseases See Cut In Research Funding: Report

By Lazarus Sauti , 12 , Dec 2013


Lazarus Sauti Total funding for research and development on neglected diseases has suffered major cuts in the wake of the global financial crisis. This is according to the fourth Global .. Read More →

Drama At Mandela Memorial As Sign Language Interpreter Proves To Be Fake

By Eugene Majuru , 12 , Dec 2013


There was drama at Mandela`s memorial service when one interpreter using sign language was revealed to be a “fake”. The man is still yet to be identified. Had the man .. Read More →

Corrupt Judge Charged In Mali

By Correspondent , 12 , Dec 2013


Bamako (AFP) - Six judges and judicial officers have been charged and taken into custody in an investigation into corruption launched by Mali's new leader Ibrahim Boubacar Keita, the government .. Read More →

Teachers Fume Over Delayed Bonuses

By Correspondent , 11 , Dec 2013


Rainos Mukanya The decision by the cash strapped Zimbabwean government to defer the payment of annual bonuses to teachers and other civil servants to the 27th of December has left .. Read More →

Indigenous Knowledge Is Innovative

By Lazarus Sauti , 11 , Dec 2013


Lazarus Sauti Krystyna Swiderska, a senior researcher at the International Institute for Environment and Development (IIED) in London, believes that indigenous knowledge is innovative, not static. She said protecting it .. Read More →

Marijuana Trade Now Legal In Uruguay

By Correspondent , 11 , Dec 2013


Uruguay has become the first country to legalise the growing, sale and smoking of marijuana - a radical tactic in the fight against drug trafficking. The government-sponsored bill was approved .. Read More →

France Expects Central Africa Republic To Hold Elections By 2014

By Correspondent , 11 , Dec 2013


New York (AFP) - France wants elections in the Central African Republic to be held "as quickly as possible," preferably by late 2014, its envoy to the United Nations said .. Read More →

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