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  • Trial Begins For Former Dallas Cop Who Killed Unarmed Black Neighbor
    Amber Guyger, who is white, said she entered the wrong apartment thinking it was her own, and shot Botham Shem Jean, 26, because she thought he was a burglar. Her trial begins on Monday.(Image credit: AP) ... ...
  • Medical breakthrough finds Alzheimer’s patients can be identified by their walk
    People suffering from a certain form of Alzheimer’s or dementia can be identified by their walk, according to groundbreaking medical research. The discovery could lead to more accurate treatment for the diseases. Scientists at Newcastle University in England found that doctors are able to accurately identify if a patient is suffering from either Alzheimer's disease or Lewy body dementia by looking at subtle differences in their walking pattern. It’s the first time researchers have been able to establish walking as a potential clinical marker for subtypes of the neurological disease.  Also on rt.com It’s in your blood: ... ...
  • Dominic Raab Says Customers Won’t Be ‘Left Stranded’ as Thomas Cook Group Looks for Extra Funding
    It was revealed earlier in the week that Thomas Cook could fold by Sunday night, leaving thousands stranded unless an extra £200 million of funding can be found. ... ...
  • ‘Is this a joke?’ Times claim that MI6 fears Russia has ‘kompromat’ on Prince Andrew over Epstein draws laughs
    As Britain’s Prince Andrew remains a key figure in the Epstein abuse scandal, the Times UK has added their own favorite twist to the story – Russians might be involved. The British royal is at the center of ongoing sex abuse accusations concerning Jeffrey Epstein, with one of the late billionaire’s accusers alleging that Andrew participated in the exploitation of her when she was a teenager.  Virginia Giuffre has repeatedly claimed that convicted sex offender Epstein ordered her to have sex with his friends, including the prince. Photographs have long circulated showing Andrew with his arm around the then-17-year-old girl ... ...
  • Israel in limbo: ‘Kingmaker’ Lieberman refuses to endorse Netanyahu or Gantz for PM
    Uncertainty is growing in Israel after the indecisive parliamentary election, as Avigdor Lieberman, who leads a party which has a key position in forming a coalition, refused to endorse either leading candidate for PM. Two-day consultations between Israeli President Reuven Rivlin and leaders of political parties kicked off on Sunday. The president will have to decide who he entrusts with the mandate to form a ruling coalition. Still, the two leaders of the Knesset election, incumbent PM Benjamin Netanyahu and head of the Blue and White alliance Benny Gantz, do not have a clear path to achieve a majority. Their ... ...
  • UK-flagged tanker Stena Impero to be released ‘soon’ – Iranian maritime official
    A British-flagged tanker detained by Iran in mid-July will be released soon, according to a Fars news report citing an Iranian maritime official. “After the issuing of the ruling for the end of detention of the English tanker Stena Impero this vessel will soon, and after the passing of 65 days, begin its movement from the port of Bandar Abbas toward international waters,” said Allahmorad Afifipour, the head of the Ports and Maritime Organization of Iran in Hormozgan Province. Also on rt.com Iran seizes vessel suspected of smuggling fuel in Persian Gulf – reports The ... ...
  • ‘We Trade Privacy in Exchange for Access’: No Way Facebook Will Voluntarily Break Up, Analysts Say
    On Thursday, during a meeting in the Oval Office between Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and senior officials including President Trump, a senator challenged the tech giant boss to sell off WhatsApp and Instagram, and submit his company to an “independent, third-party audit” on alleged censorship. Zuckerberg reportedly declined. ... ...
  • Victory for Jesus: Teenage Southpaw Boxer Devastating Opponent With Knockout Blow Caught on Video
    The final blow was apparently so powerful that it immediately put Ramos' opponent out of action, with the referee ending the fight without even starting the count. ... ...
  • Russian Embassy Claims Lack of Jurisdiction as Amesbury Poison Victim Plans to Sue
    LONDON (Sputnik) - Earlier, Charles Rowley, a UK citizen who was allegedly exposed to a military-grade nerve agent in Amesbury last summer, threatened to file a lawsuit against Russia and demand compensation of one million pounds sterling ($1.25 million). ... ...
  • Firing Bolton: Bait and Switch or Changing Tack?
    News of US National Security Adviser John Bolton’s departure was followed by hopeful commentary both within the US and abroad that so too would follow the aggressive foreign policy he advocated – particularly in regards to Iran. However, … The post Firing Bolton: Bait and Switch or Changing Tack? appeared first on Global Research. ... ...
  • Take the General Motors Oshawa Plant, “Save the Planet”
    It is a tragic irony that General Motors (GM) chose its hundredth anniversary in Oshawa to announce the December 2019 closure of its Oshawa assembly plant. This means the loss of over 15,000 jobs in Ontario: 2,200 GM assembly jobs, … The post Take the General Motors Oshawa Plant, “Save the Planet” appeared first on Global Research. ... ...
  • Rotten in Tunisia: The Corrupt Rule of Ben Ali
    He was the prototypical strong man softened by tactical reforms, blissfully ignorant before the fall, blown off in the violent winds of the Arab Spring.  Having come to power in 1987 on the back of a coup against the 84-year-old … The post Rotten in Tunisia: The Corrupt Rule of Ben Ali appeared first on Global Research. ... ...
  • We Must Remain Skeptical of Any Attempts to Incite War with Iran
    Last Saturday Saudi Arabia’s Abqaiq petroleum processing facilities and Khurais oil field were attacked by cruise missiles and drones. The Saudis claim that this unconventional attack thwarted their defense systems as both cruise missiles and drones fly too low. Saudi … The post We Must Remain Skeptical of Any Attempts to Incite War with Iran appeared first on Global Research. ... ...
  • ‘Hope Is Our Only Wing’ Tackles Tough Issues With Straightforward Style
    Rutendo Tavengerwei's YA debut is a glimpse into the lives of two struggling teens: Shamiso, who moves to Zimbabwe after her father dies in a suspicious car accident, and cancer survivor Tanyaradzwa.(Image credit: Beth novey) ... ...
  • Seven killed in Baghdad suburb despite anti-ISIL sweep: security sources
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  • Saudi Ability to Ward Off Future Attacks Relies on Trump’s Willingness to Make a deal with Iran
    The UK newspaper, the Guardian, published a report which highlights the constrained Saudi abilities in face of future attacks, detailing various aspects of Aramco incident. Saudi Arabia’s state-of-the-art missile defense systems could do nothing to stop the swarm of drones and cruise missiles that struck some of its most important oil infrastructure at the weekend, according to the report which added that they were designed to deal with different threats – and they were looking in the wrong direction. “The audacious strike against the Abqaiq petroleum processing facilities and Khurais oil field on Saturday morning – which the Saudis say ... ...
  • Attacks Expose Flaws in Saudi Arabia’s Expensive Military: NYT
    The Saudi military could not protect a prized asset — oil installations — from an attack by low-flying cruise missiles that caused a significant spike in crude oil prices, according to a report by the New York Times. “For the past half-century, the United States has trained and supplied the Saudi military, selling the wealthy kingdom more than $150 billion in dazzling high-technology weapons, including fighter jets and air defense systems.” “And yet, the kingdom could not protect a prized national asset — its oil installations — from a recent attack by low-flying cruise missiles and drones that caused the ... ...
  • Fox News on Why Saudi Arabia Won’t Explicitly Blame Iran for Attacks: ‘They Would Be Toast’
    A report published by the Fox News Website stressed that Saudi Arabia avoided blaming Iran directly for the attacks on Aramco oil facilities because of the destructive consequence of any full-blown confrontation. The report added that although the Saudis labelled as Iranian the parts of a cruise missile they showed, they stopped short of explicitly accusing Iran of conducting the strikes. “If [Saudi Arabia] names Iran as the aggressor then it’s beholden…that they have to respond in some ways,” Wood said, “Is their military, which is well-equipped, is it tactically competent? And then are they willing to suffer the consequences ... ...
  • The Ratings Game: How the Banking Mafia Operates
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  • 10 Years After Haiti’s Earthquake, ‘This Music School Will Never Stop’
    Nearly 10 years ago, an earthquake devasted Haiti, destroying a legendary music school. A youth choir and orchestra have been touring the US and hope to rebuild their school in Port-au-Prince.(Image credit: Melissa Block/NPR) ... ...
  • Brad Pitt On Making ‘Ad Astra,’ Processing Trauma And Channeling David Bowie
    The actor stars in a new science-fiction blockbuster about more than just an astronaut on a space mission: "We wanted to do something very sincere and raw and painfully honest," he says.(Image credit: Francois Duhamel/Twentieth Century Fox) ... ...
  • Rassie promises a fight back after All Black defeat
    It’s not the result South Africa wanted, but it’s not a disaster. As any rugby fan will tell you, the World Cup is not a sprint, it’s a marathon. By losing to New Zealand, South Africa now have a trickier route through the knockout stages. If the rest of the results go according to the form book, then South Africa could face Ireland in the quarterfinals. There is an expectation that the Springboks and the All Blacks could meet again in the final. The South Africans enjoyed a strong first 20 minutes, but when Handre Pollard’s second penalty attempt hit ... ...
  • Lotteries and Rights in the Sporting Life
    The pigeon flapped in desperation, moving across Melbourne’s lavish Capitol Theatre in fits and starts.  It was more alarmed than anything else at the address being given by former Australian football (soccer to some) player Craig Foster.  Foster has been beating the drum on one particular message for some time now: that sports can change the dimension of human rights, becoming, as it were, a fertilising agent. At the Capitol, he made the point with various reiterations, reminding his audience about the fortunate Hakeem al-Araibi, who became his inspired subject of humanity.  Al-Araibi was not merely a Bahraini refugee who ... ...
  • Joint Statement by Iran, Russia and Turkey on the International Meeting on Syria
    President of the Islamic Republic of Iran H.E. Hassan Rouhani, President of the Russian Federation H.E. Vladimir Putin and President of the Republic of Turkey H.E. Recep Tayyip Erdoğan gathered in Ankara on 16 September 2019 for a Tripartite Summit. The Presidents: 1. Discussed the current situation on the ground in Syria, reviewed the developments following their last meeting in Sochi on 14 February 2019 and reiterated their determination to enhance the trilateral coordination in light of (...) ... ...
  • Donald Trump’s Challenge To His Administration, by Thierry Meyssan
    President Trump made a lot of promises in terms of international relations during his election campaign. He achieved little, except the end of US support for Daesh. Despite the hostility of his own administration, he advances on several fronts simultaneously. He hopes to be able to impose his point of view and take advantage of this radical change to represent himself before the electorate. ... ...
  • Belgium, Germany and Kuwait: draft resolution on Syria
    The Security Council, Recalling its resolutions 2042 (2012), 2043 (2012), 2118 (2013), 2139 (2014), 2165 (2014), 2175 (2014), 2191 (2014), 2209 (2015), 2235 (2015), 2249 (2015), 2254 (2015), 2258 (2015), 2268 (2016), 2286 (2016), 2332 (2016), 2336 (2016), 2393 (2017), 2401 (2018) and 2449 (2018), and its Presidential Statements of 3 August 2011 (S/PRST/2011/16), 21 March 2012 (S/PRST/2012/6), 5 April 2012 (S/PRST/2012/10), 2 October 2013 (S/PRST/2013/15), 24 April 2015 (S/PRST/2015/10) (...) ... ...
  • China and Russian Federation: draft resolution on Syria
    China and Russian Federation: draft resolution The Security Council, Recalling all of its previous resolutions, statements of its President and press statements on the situation in the Syrian Arab Republic, Reaffirming the full respect for the sovereignty, independence, unity, and territorial integrity of the Syrian Arab Republic, in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations, Reiterating its grave distress at the continued severity of humanitarian situation in North-West (...) ... ...
  • A Prime Minister Gantz would help American Zionists sell Israel to Democrats
    No one knows for sure who will lead the next government of Israel, but American Zionists are already exulting over the political blow to Netanyahu and the good chance that he is exiting Israeli politics. It is not that the most likely candidate to succeed him, Benny Gantz of Blue and White, will do anything to end the Israel-Palestine conflict. No: Gantz is just a much better face for Israel. Here are some of these views. The New York Times editorial board says that that the most important thing about Netanyahu’s exit is that it would improve Israel’s image among ... ...
  • Aesop’s Fables – Film, Literature and the New World Order
    On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order, James examines Aesop's Fables for some of the timeless wisdom that we can still benefit from here in the 21st century. ... ...
  • Security guard kills Palestinian woman with knife at Qalandia checkpoint as B’Tselem questions use of force
    West Bank / Jerusalem Ala’ Nafeth Wahdan, 28, shot and killed by Israeli soldiers at Qalandia checkpoint Israel-Palestine Timeline 18 Sept 2019 — Ala’ Nafeth Wahdan, 28, was shot and killed [Wednesday] by Israeli soldiers at Qalandia checkpoint near Jerusalem. Israeli sources have confirmed that the wounded Palestinian woman, who was shot by the soldiers after an alleged stabbing attempt, later died from her injuries. The slain Palestinian woman was later identified as Ala’ Nafeth Wahdan, 28, from Qalandia refugee camp. After she was shot, she was left bleeding for a long time, before an Israeli ambulance moved her to ... ...
  • Will Americans Let Trump Start a War for Saudi Arabia?
    On Saturday, September 14th, two oil refineries and other oil infrastructure in Saudi Arabia were hit and set ablaze by 18 drones and 7 cruise missiles, dramatically slashing Saudi Arabia’s oil production by half, from about ten million to five million barrels per day. On September 18, the Trump administration, blaming Iran, announced it was … Continue reading "Will Americans Let Trump Start a War for Saudi Arabia?" The post Will Americans Let Trump Start a War for Saudi Arabia? appeared first on Antiwar.com Original. ... ...
  • No War for Saudi Oil!
    Even if US intelligence decisively shows that some of the drones and cruise missiles used in the attack on Saudi Arabia’s oil fields originated in Iran, a decision to go to war with Iran would be inexcusable and insupportable. For one thing, such a decision would not serve US national interests; it would be based … Continue reading "No War for Saudi Oil!" The post No War for Saudi Oil! appeared first on Antiwar.com Original. ... ...
  • Israelis Have Made Their Verdict Clear: Benjamin Netanyahu’s Time Is Up
    For most Israelis, the general election on Tuesday was about one thing and one thing only. Not the economy, nor the occupation, nor even corruption scandals. It was about Benjamin Netanyahu. Should he head yet another far-right government, or should his 10-year divisive rule come to an end? Barring a last-minute upset as the final … Continue reading "Israelis Have Made Their Verdict Clear: Benjamin Netanyahu’s Time Is Up" The post Israelis Have Made Their Verdict Clear: Benjamin Netanyahu’s Time Is Up appeared first on Antiwar.com Original. ... ...
  • Iraq Daily Roundup: Bus Bombing Near Holy City; 30 Killed Across Country
    A bomb left on a minibus killed a dozen people at a checkpoint near Karbala. The post <I>Iraq Daily Roundup</I>: Bus Bombing Near Holy City; 30 Killed Across Country appeared first on Antiwar.com Original. ... ...
  • Red-faced over Blackface
    Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgment ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you. — Matthew 7: 1-2 Justin Trudeau in brownface. Canada’s prime minister Justin Trudeau has found himself in the the center of a media tempest, and a countrywide tempest, because of having appeared at events in blackface/brownface in the past. Trudeau appeared before the media and apologized for what he acknowledged is racist, albeit he stated that he was unaware at the time of this action being racist. Does a Racist ... ...
  • The Spirit of Washington Redskin Fundamentalism
    Since the events of 9/11, the Corporatist Sportsworld in general, and the National Football League in particular, have increasingly promoted the brand of American Militarism. For example, if you took a shot of whiskey every time an Armed Services recruitment ad aired during a typical NFL game telecast, you would probably be drunk by Halftime. Then there are those thrillingly gratuitous military jet overflights of fan-packed stadiums, which are not included in the high prices of the tickets; those are tax-dollars searing the air overhead. Or consider the “live look-ins” at soldiers based in Afghanistan, especially during the Holiday Season, ... ...
  • A Careless Bully at the KFC at the End of Empire
    Will Trump go to war with the Iranians or the homeless? Or both? Trump is a coward. The nation of Iran has the means and the will to fight. Do you recall the will displayed by Iranians when repelling foreign invaders when Iraq attempted to invade Iran as a de facto US proxy force? Conversely, the homeless do not possess any defence against assault by the agents of the US police state. Regardless of his image among credulous true believers, Trump, character-wise, is the diametric opposite of the image he conveys as a titan of supreme self-confidence. The pose is ... ...
  • Strong Men in Europe: Tony Abbott Visits Hungary
    “I extend a special welcome to Australia’s former prime minister.  It is in part due to his tough policy that we regard Australia as a model country.  We especially respect it for the brave, direct and Anglo-Saxon consistency which it has shown on migration and defence of the Australian nation”. These words of Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán to Tony Abbott at the Third Budapest Demographic Summit uttered on September 5 would have made the former Australian premier gooey and weak at the knees.  Abbott, it must be remembered, had been the proud architect of the “turn back the boats” ... ...
  • It’s the small, undocumented things that paint SA’s future bright
    No mincing of words required, for the everyday person, it’s tough in SA at the moment. Business confidence is at a 20-year low, employment is bleak, while the cost of living, forget documented inflation, is rising. However whilst walking the streets with my youngest the other day, all this was forgotten. An old blue Mazda was parked on the side of the street where a lot of the unemployed people gather seeking ‘piece’ work. A couple whom most likely themselves are feeling the strain still took the time to issue out food parcels to those in need. Just another reason ... ...
  • The ballot box cannot dismantle settler colonialism
    September 17th marked the second Israeli general election of the year. It represented an attempt by Benjamin Netanyahu to regain a Knesset majority after failing to form a coalition government in April. His power grab backfired, with Benny Gantz of the Blue and White party emerging victorious. Many liberal analyses of this election, which pitted Netanyahu against his former Commander in Chief of the IDF, point to Israel’s continued occupation of the West Bank and Gaza as proof of the paradoxical nature of the “only democracy in the Middle East.” Some went farther, challenging the legitimacy of an election that ... ...
  • 5G hits Jhb, Pta – Technology leapfrog delivering 700MB download speeds
    Willem Roos founded OUTsurance and has moved across into a completely different area. Today we celebrate - with him - the launch of 5G in South Africa. This article is exclusive to Biznews Premium. Members please login here. Not yet subscribed? Taste before you eat by signing up here for free 30 day trial (card details required). ... ...
  • Murder convict Barkhuizen’s ‘moment of truth’ – Paul O’Sullivan
    If you like a good murder investigation and the intricate, dramatic details leading up to the moment of arrest, this is your cup of tea. Forensic sleuth Paul O’Sullivan, leads the questioning of now-convicted murderer George Barkhuizen, about the day on which his wife was cold-bloodedly shot in the body and head. The murder scene was concocted to look like a hi-jacking gone wrong. In this transcript of the questioning of Barkhuizen, with his lawyer present, we get to see close-up how Barkhuizen at first confidently responds to probing about hefty and very specific insurance policies he set up for ... ...
  • Aesop’s Fables – FLNWO #42
    [audio mp3="https://www.corbettreport.com/mp3/flnwo42-lq.mp3"][/audio]On this edition of Film, Literature and the New World Order, James examines Aesop's Fables for some of the timeless wisdom that we can still benefit from here in the 21st century. ... ...
  • Why does Bill Maher get to run anti-Semitic jokes with Bari Weiss, when Ilhan Omar can’t say a word about Israel?
    New York Times staff editor Bari Weiss is on a hell of a roll these days, having just published a book called “How to Fight anti-Semitism”. Weiss’s own paper, the New York Times, judges the book to be “a brave book”, because Weiss is ostensibly walking into perilous intellectual territory: Should she have to fear ostracism or damage to her journalistic reputation for pointing out that anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism, while theoretically distinguishable, have long merged into a single ugly phenomenon? Presenting Zionist apologists like Weiss as being in danger is laughable. She is representing a privileged mainstream view, one ... ...
  • RFK’s Killer, Derrick Hangout, Antiwar Wins – New World Next Week
    This week on the New World Next Week: RFK Jr. names his dad's killer; the MSM reports on MKULTRA and Fort Detrick...finally; and a court says the FBI must destroy its memos on antiwar.com. ... ...
  • Resource: Tracking Israel’s support for illegal outposts
    The Israeli government has been quietly authorizing illegal settlement outposts in recent years. A criminal activity, the trend also exposes Palestinians to increased violence and harassment from settlers. Text by Rachel Shenhav-Goldberg Jewish settlers prepare to resist an evacuation operation at the illegal outpost of Amona in the West Bank, February 1, 2017. (Miriam Alster/FLASH90) Illegal settlement outposts have become increasingly regularized during Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s tenure, according to a recent report from Israeli settlement watchdog Peace Now. In a trend largely kept hidden from the Israeli public, these unauthorized outposts enjoy unwavering support from the government, despite their clear illegality. According ... ...
  • Unipolar Governance of the Multipolar World
    Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair The emergence in recent years of the economic and military powers in countries like China, Russia and India has given rise to theories and hopes of a multipolar world that could temper the heavy-handed unilateral/unipolar policies of the United States on a global level. Such hopes are further buoyed by the fact that these rising poles of economic development have instituted a number of regional international organizations such as the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO), the China-sponsored Belt and Road Initiative (BRI), and the Eurasian Economic Union that incorporates Armenia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan and Russia. Despite ... ...
  • Strike for the Environment, Strike for Social Justice, Strike!
    Photograph by Nathaniel St. Clair A very large chasm exists between those in power, including most of the 2020 presidential candidates, and environmentalists and scientists intent on acting now to resolve growing environmental crises. To reiterate what is known, the United Nations, through its IPCC and the IPBES committees, has provided comprehensive evidence that little time remains to avert catastrophic global warming. And the world is already in the midst of the sixth mass extinction. Given that oligarchs, corporate executives and politicians are at least in theory physical beings as dependent on a livable world as the rest of us, ... ...
  • El Desmadre: The Colonial Roots of Anti-Mexican Violence
    Photograph Source: rupert miller – CC0 On August 3, 2019 a white supremacist walked into a Walmart in El Paso, Texas and murdered 22 people and injured dozens more. Shortly before the attack, he posted online comments complaining about a “Hispanic invasion.” He later told authorities that he was specifically targeting “Mexicans.” Just a few days before the El Paso massacre, another shooting in Gilroy, California left 3 dead and many more injured. The murderer in this case had online postings about invading “hordes of mestizos” and recommended that people read a white supremacist favorite “Might is Right” which, among ... ...
  • Roaming Charges: Pompeo and Circumstance
    Storefront mannikin, Astoria, Oregon. Photo: Jeffrey St. Clair. + The Saudis want to “fight the Iranians to the last American.” — Secretary of Defense Bob Gates, February 2010 + Who needs John Bolton, when you’ve got Pompeo Maximus declaring the attack on the Abqaiq refineries in Saudi Arabia: “An act of war.” + By Pompeo’s logic, the death of every Yemeni kid from cholera was “sponsored” by the USA… + As we await our real commander-in-chief MBS’s decision on whether to go to war against Iran, it may be worth reminding people that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia owns the entire 45th ... ...

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  • SA slowly turning tide against rhino poaching, says Barbara Creecy
    The minister said rhino poaching has continued to decline, in part due to tougher court prosecutions and anti-poaching strategies, such as specialised sniffer dogs to help detect smuggled horns. ... ...
  • Rand Water working to restore water at Helen Joseph Hospital – health dept
    The hospital was only dealing with emergencies in a bid to use water sparingly. ... ...
  • Metrobus says strike over, Demawusa vows to continue bus strike
    The company took Demawusa to the Labour Court on Friday where they were granted to appeal the strike notice. ... ...
  • Nzimande: Suspended DUT security head was responsible for student safety
    The minister welcomed the suspension of the head of security at DUT following an attack on Sandile Ndlovu who died on Saturday. ... ...
  • Zimbabwe: Doctors Strike – Villager Recounts Horror of Watching Son’s Leg Rot
    [New Zimbabwe] While the strike by doctors, later joined by other health workers, continues, ordinary Zimbabweans desperate for treatment have borne the sharp end of the problems in the sector. ... ...
  • Zimbabwe: Wheelchair Donation Opens New Opportunities for Murewa Girl
    [New Zimbabwe] Murewa -An 11-year-old Murewa girl, Portia Kasuso, who was born with a disability and left in the care of her father at the age of three years after her mother deserted her, is now attending both school and church for the first time in her life following the donation by a well-wisher. ... ...
  • Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa and Chamisa Urged to Emulate Tsvangirai/Mugabe Dialogue ‘Legacy’
    [New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe's two main political actors Zanu PF's President Emmerson Mnangagwa and MDC leader Nelson Chamisa could easily resolve the country's political impasse if they take a leaf from the legacy of their predecessors, Zimbabwe Catholics Bishops Conference (ZCBC) has said. ... ...
  • Zimbabwe: Economists Warn Govt Against Makeshift Economic Solutions
    [New Zimbabwe] Top economists have warned government against continuous use of temporary measures in resolving economic problems. ... ...