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January

January
11 Articles
  • Editorial

  • Rwanda

    Genocide ideology lingers on

    With barely four months to the 10th anniversary of the 1994 Rwandan genocide, a Senatorial Commission of inquiry set up to look into the recent killings of genocide survivors has said that the genocide ideology is still alive in some parts of Gikongoro, a province located in the South of Rwanda.
    Nasra Bishumba
  • Mozambique

    HIV/Aids gnaws Mozambique's social fabric

    Mozambique, a country torn asunder by a fifteen-year old civil war is devastated by the HIV/Aids scourge that has led to only half of the country's children attending school, a development that threatens the fulfillment, protection and promotion of child rights indirectly, according to UNICEF.
    Frank Jomo
  • Swaziland

    Churches join the war against Aids

    After years as silent observers of a growing AIDS crisis that now threatens to decimate their congregations, church officials are taking a direct hand in prevention and mitigation efforts to stem the disease's deadly onslaught in Swaziland.
    James Hall
  • Ghana

    Debate rages on funding of political parties

    As Ghanaians prepare to go to the polls later this year, a serious debate is raging as to whether the state should fund political parties to ensure a level playing field.
    Sam Sarpong
  • Zimbabwe

    No respite as new year dawns

    Zimbabweans limped into the New Year bracing themselves for a much grimmer 2004 as the country's economic and political situation continues to deteriorate with the former teetering on the brink of disintegration.
    Rodrick Mukumbira
  • Botswana

    War declared on small arms proliferation

    Botswana has commenced nationwide consultation for the development of more effective measures and sound strategies for the long -term control of fire arms and for the enhancement of public safety.
    Mqondisi Dube
  • Clippings

  • War and Peace

  • For your Agenda

  • Action and Contacts

    From a barren quarry to a flourishing ecosystem

    Ngomongo villages is a classic example of land reclamation that has seen a 16 -acre piece of land transform into a flourishing ecosystem, rich in flora, fauna and culture.
    Zachary Ochieng
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