2012-03-16 08:53:38As the Dust Settles On the Limpopo River[IPS]
Chapita Ramovha remembers the days when the Limpopo River lapped at the foot of his village in south Zimbabwe. He says that back then residents of Makakavhule village had to build high walls to protect their homes from flooding. "The Limpopo River was a marvel to watch, a beauty of nature, a source of food and income for us who lived along it," the subsistence farmer recalls.
Friday, 10-09-15, 12:39Five Things to Do When There Is No Zesa[Waza] Do you ever find yourself with nothing to do when the power goes out? Ilizwi263 blogger, Philani Amadeus Nyoni, suggests five activities to help pass the Zesa-less hours.
Friday, 10-09-15, 12:34Political Tensions 'Running High' Ahead of 2016 Elections, UN Officials Warn[UN News] The top United Nations official in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) told the UN Security Council today that he cannot say with certainty whether the progress attained in the country is sustainable, or whether violence will erupt again and reverse what has been achieved so far.
Friday, 10-09-15, 12:09150 Police Peacekeepers Off to CAR in Mission Rotation[New Times] A contingent of 150 Rwanda National Police officers on October 8, departed for one-year peacekeeping operations under the UN Multidimensional Integrated Stabilisation Mission in the Central African Republic (MINUSCA).