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Economic crisis deepens in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s economy is in dire straits. President Emmerson Mnangagwa has promised to stabilize the economy ‘soon’ but not everyone is optimistic.Inflation and prices are on the rise, there is a shortage of foreign exchange and supplies of fuel, food and pharmaceuticals are drying up. The opposition is calling for a transitional government to resolve the …

Deutsche Welle

German investors head for Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe’s economy could be on the path to recovery as international investors rediscover the southern African country after more than 15 years of frosty relations with western capitals. A German business delegation led by the head of the German African Business Association, Christoph Kannengiesser, is visiting Zimbabwe on a three day mission beginning Monday October …

Deutsche Welle

Zimbabwe wants US to extradite Palmer for killing Cecil

Zimbabwe has called for the United States to extradite the Minnesota dentist who beheaded a beloved lion. US officials are investigating whether Walter Palmer violated national law by killing Cecil. In a news conference Friday, Zimbabwe Environment Minister Oppah Muchinguri referred to 55-year-old Minnesota dentist Walter Palmer as a “foreign poacher” and said she understood …

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Opinion: Should we be glad that Cecil the lion is dead?

The killing of a well-known wild lion in Zimbabwe by a US dentist and amateur trophy hunter has spread rapidly on the Internet and sparked the public’s ire. But can this have any lasting impact? Cecil the lion is dead. When I first heard the news – on Tuesday – I thought: Another rare and …

Deutsche Welle

Cricket World Cup 2015

Fourteen teams are participating in the 11th Cricket World Cup hosted by Australia and New Zealand, which began on 14 February and will continue until 29 March.  The teams will play a total of 49 matches in 14 different cities. Australian playing fields will host 26 matches in seven cities: Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, …

Daily News Egypt

The public health impact of domestic violence

By Dr Cesar Chelala Physical or sexual violence is a serious public health problem that affects more than one-third of all women globally, as was established in a report by the World Health Organization (WHO) in partnership with the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and the South African Medical Research Council. The findings of the report …

Daily News Egypt

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