Media Watch

'19Jan
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Underfire army sets up hotline numbers

THE underfire Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) yesterday established hotline numbers that people could use to report any acts of misconduct by anyone “purporting” to be a soldier in the wake of widespread acts of...
'19Jan
25

Egypt frustrates Giulio Regeni investigation, three years on

Three years after the disappearance, torture and murder of Italian doctoral student Giulio Regeni in Cairo, Egypt is stonewalling Italy’s efforts to investigate.In November, Italian prosecutors officially named...
'19Jan
24

India, Morocco conclude key pact for mutual recognition of academic qualifications

NEW DELHI:IndiaandMoroccohave this week signed a key pact titled Facilitate Mutual Recognition of Academic Qualifications with the North African country becoming one of the few to conclude such a pact with Delhi."...
'19Jan
24

Liberal MP Andrew Hastie blasts China's 'arbitrary' arrest of Yang Hengjun, demands his release

On Thursday evening, Chinese Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Mr Yang was being held in Beijing and was suspected of "engaging in criminal acts that endangered China's national security".Mr Hastie...
'19Jan
24

Liberal MP Andrew Hastie blasts China's 'arbitrary' arrest of Yang Hengjun, demands his release

On Thursday evening, Chinese Foreign ministry spokeswoman Hua Chunying said Mr Yang was being held in Beijing and was suspected of "engaging in criminal acts that endangered China's national security".Mr Hastie...
'19Jan
24

Women are joining the far right – we need to understand why | Cynthia Miller-Idriss and Hilary Pilkington

There is no end to speculation about what has driven the rise of the radical right over the past few years. Threaded through all the theories, however, is a single, agreed claim – that the far right is the domain...
'19Jan
24

Banking on public power: what we can learn from the Institute of International Finance

Christine Lagarde, Chinese Finance Minister Xiao Jie and China's central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan(left)in G20 Finance Ministers'group photo, 2017. Xinhua/Press Association. All rights reserved.September 2011,...
'19Jan
21

Education sector set for biggest rise in budget funds

The education sector, which forms the foundation for equitable social-economic development, is set to get the highest rise in cash allocation in the next financial year 2019/20 if Parliament — the budget-making...
'19Jan
21

The jobs most likely to receive payrises

The Robert Walters Salary Survey for 2019 has revealed some of the jobs that are most likely to receive payrises. It looks at the difference between the wages of a job offered this year, compared to last year, to...
'19Jan
19

Intelligence sharing, closer surveillance only way to stay ahead of Shabaab

By FRED OLUOCH More by this Author The International Crisis Group report published in September 2018 under the title, Al Shabaab Five Years after Westgate: Still a Menace to East Africa, shows how some of the...

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