Poisoning Africa's wildlife is an old practice, but conservationists fear such incidents are escalating in some areas, saying relatively easy access to agricultural chemicals and the surging illegal market for animal parts are increasing pressure on a number of already beleaguered species
Daily News journalists Mugove Tafirenyika and cameraman Brighton Goko told VOA Studio 7 that they were beaten up by the police who had running battles with protesters angered by the deteriorating economic situation in Zimbabwe.
'There are some like those Jesus spoke about at the last supper, that those we eat with, they are the ones 'who will betray me'. The likes of Judas Iscariot are among us. So, those ones, let us expose them and embarrass them ...'
“The General Council made a decision to replace those that have exited the party and with effect from today the 28th of September 2017 and the PDP has a new president whose name is Lucia Matibenga, the former national chairperson of PDP …”
“There are those who tamper with our currency to trigger inflation. Those people are among us. Like Jesus said that those we eat with are the ones who will sell us out. The Judas Iscariots of our times. Let’s pluck them off.”
According to the WEF press release, sub-Saharan Africa’s competitiveness has not changed much in the last 10-years, with many ranking in the double digits. Mauritius tops the Index for Africa at 45th, followed by Rwanda (58th), South Africa (61st) and Botswana (63rd ).