Relevant Education can help Revive the Zimbabwean Economy

The right to education is enshrined in a number of international treaties and it is regarded as a fundamental social, economic and cultural right. Back home, article 75 of the Zimbabwean constitution also guarantees education rights. It has often been said that education is the key to a brighter future and with this somewhat global consensus, the demand and effort to educate youth is continuously growing.

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Parliament of Zimbabwe’s Crass Materialism in the Midst of Poverty.

In the last week Zimbabwean Members of Parliament (MPs) in the National Assembly have staged quasi –protests over a reported outstanding US$15 million in unpaid ‘sitting allowances’. This is not their only grievance. They also want to be given iPads (apparently promised last year), the disbursement of the controversial US$50,000 Constituency Development Fund (CDF), diplomatic passports and security details.
 

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Samora Machel’s Warning to Zimbabwe on Mugabe: not yet Uhuru

The month of October casts a dark cloud over of our Mother continent Africa, as it swallowed great revolutionaries who greatly shaped the struggles against colonialism and imperialism. On the 19th of October 1986, Samora Moisés Machel the first President of Mozambique died when his presidential aircraft crashed near the Mozambique-South Africa border.
 

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Rethinking African Politics in the 21st Century

We are living in a world where the majority of the electorate and the consumers or benefactors of government policies are popularly known as the ‘born free’ generation. In Sub-Saharan Africa this particularly refers to generations of young people born after political independence. And young people constitute 70% [1] of the region’s population, qualifying it as the youngest globally.
 

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Africa in Social Media: Terror Victims Minus Viral Global Empathy

There was a terrorist attack in Somalia’s capital Mogadishu this week . Over 300 Somalian citizens were murdered and scores more were injured. Social media did not explode with emotion as it has done with other terrorist attacks on innocent civilians in the global north. There were no Somali flag coloured backgrounds to Facebook images. Neither was the story covered with as much fervour and thorough analysis as global media is wont to do.

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Shifting the Empowerment Narrative towards Women Participation in ICT Sector

21st century marked a major shift in the Information Communications Technology (ICT) sector and like any other business, ICT sector is largely dominated by men. This is largely so because back in the days girls were not encouraged to take science subjects at school and in worst scenarios never allowed to go further with education that go beyond the basics.

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Breaking Barriers to Youth Empowerment through Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights Provision.

‘Information on sexual and reproductive health and rights saves lives. The more constraints young people face in accessing information, the more we risk an upsurge of new HIV infections, aids-related deaths and HIV-related stigma and discrimination.’

Luiz Loures, UNAIDS Deputy Executive Director

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