"The maintenance of pressure by the United States, mainly, and Europe to make sure that the elections were free, fair and credible led us to where we are now"
EMCOZ president John Mufukari and CZI president David Norupiri told VOA Studio 7 that they entirely agree with the ruling, saying it’s positive for employers.
Zimbabwean political commentator, Charles Mangongera, said the development is significant, not only for the people of Cuba but citizens of countries like Zimbabwe that do not enjoy cordial relations with the United States and the West.
Nelson Mandela Day, declared by the U.N. in 2009, has evolved into a day for South Africans to do charitable work for 67 minutes.
"There are lots of young designers coming up, there’s a lot of different styles, and talent of the young designers, there’s lots of creativity in the fashion industry ...”
Delta says sales of the cheaper sorghum beer, which had registered double digit growth since 2009, declined 12 percent year on year during the quarter of June, as consumer spending went down.
Executive Secretary Carlos Lopes hailed the agreement as historic, adding it will go a long way towards helping eliminate hunger, poverty and disease on the African continent by putting Africa on the path to sustainable development
Hurungwe farmer, Gladman Tsvogorani, who is owed $3,900 from last year’s deliveries, vowed that he will not take his maize to GMB anymore because it is broke.
Masiye and Dzamara, who was also severely beaten, spent two days in hospital following the assault to treat injuries that ranged from a broken arm to suspected internal injuries.
Deputy Home Affairs Minister Ziyambi Ziyambi told Studio 7 today that Dzamara is not the only activist to have vanished.
The leaders also emphasized the continued importance of international support to Africa’s disease responses in the spirit of shared responsibility and global solidarity.
The American leader said at a White House news conference that the pact "cuts off every single path" for Iran to build an atomic bomb. He declared the deal will make the United States, its allies and the world "safer and more secure."