Sub-Saharan Africa’s lack of capacity could be a tipping point for COVID-19
Six years after the New Constitution: What still needs to be fixed
▪ Signs of possible exponential growth in the first month in Sub-Saharan Africa ▪ 4 growth patterns established for the majority of SSA countries ▪ Perfect storm: SSA countries are at the tipping point “I’ll start by highlighting the fact that, before the COVID-19, our [Zimbabwe] health care system was already in shambles,” said Tapiwa Mungofa …
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Safer Internet Day: UNICEF Calls for Online Kindness
OPINION By Loreen Tadzingwa The making of the new constitution is an important development in the history of any country as it affords the citizens an opportunity to either strengthen their governance system into a truly democratic one. The process gives people a chance to make a fresh start by reviewing their past experiences, identifying …
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Staff Reporter A statement by the United Nations on the occasion of Safer Internet Day has called for efforts towards curbing cyber bullying which is said to be affecting over 70% of young people between the ages of 15 to 24 globally. Safer Internet Day is celebrated globally and is aimed at rooting for safe …
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