Monthly Archives: September 2019

Still recovering from devastating cyclones, Mozambique, in UN address, warns of global warming’s ‘nefarious consequences’

The Foreign Minister of Mozambique told the United Nations on Saturday that the world must work harder to reverse the nefarious consequences of global warming. Because of its geographic location, Mozambique, said Jose Condugua Antonio?Pacheco, is consi…

Ethiopian President: ‘There is Nothing that a Woman or a Girl Cannot Do’

This interview originated in VOA’s Horn of Africa service. VOA Africa Division’s Thierry Kaore, Andrea Tadic and Salem Solomon contributed to the story.Editor’s note: Ethiopian President Sahle-Work Zewde gave an interview to Solomon Abate of the Voice …

Ethiopian President: ‘There is Nothing that a Woman or a Girl Cannot Do’

This interview originated in VOA’s Horn of Africa service. VOA Africa Division’s Thierry Kaore, Andrea Tadic and Salem Solomon contributed to the story.Editor’s note: Ethiopian President Sahle-Work Zewde gave an interview to Solomon Abate of the Voice …

South Africa gender-based violence: Public servants say “enough is enough!”

PRETORIA, South African government employees descended on the streets of Pretoria on Friday to support government’s call to end gender-based violence.They spoke in one voice calling for government to impose harsher sentences on the perpetrators of viol…

Zimbabwe’s Former Leader Mugabe Buried at His Rural Home

ZVIMBA, ZIMBABWE � Zimbabwe’s former president, Robert Mugabe, was buried Saturday in a low-key ceremony in his rural village. The site was chosen after the 95-year-old former leader’s family refused to have him buried at the national shrine in Harare …

Angola signs cooperation agreement with Brazil and Mozambique

The Action Plan foresees national projects to be implemented with IAEA support during the 2020-2021: Establishment of prgrammes of technologists in physical medicine and radiotherapy at the Angolan Cancer Control Institute The project also includes Nat…