Call for eye health to be recognised as vital part of healthcare and development

This World Sight Day (12 October), international development organisation Sightsavers is calling on global leaders to end the geographical inequity of eye health services.

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GEA selected among top 30 Global Innovations for Renewable energy that will compete in Rome

Zimbabwean youth led project Green Energy Accelerator (GEA)by Youth and Economic Capital Fund in partnership with the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) together with the Ministry of Energy and Power Development has been selected as the top 30 Global innovations for Renewable energy will compete at the Global Youth4Climate Conference slated for Rome,Italy from 17-19 October.

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LEADS navigates SDGs on International Day of Girl Child

Achieving gender equality and women’s empowerment is integral to each of the 17 SDG goals.

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Mnangagwa tours Sanganai Exhibition Stands

The Deputy Minister of Tourism and Hospitality Industry, Tongai Mafidi Mnangagwa, expressed his satisfaction with the final preparations for this year's edition of the Sanganai-Hlanganani World Tourism Expo, set to commence on Thursday at the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair.

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Sanganai/Hlanganani International Delegates tours Zim’s top notch resorts ahead of World Tourism Expo

More than 40 buyers have arrived in Zimbabwe and are beginning their pre-tours of the country's top resort towns in preparation for the 16th edition of the Sanganai/Hlanganani World Tourism Expo set to take place from 12 to 14 October at the Zimbabwe International Exhibition Centre in Bulawayo.

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UNIICEF launches Communication Campaign on adolescents

UNICEF launches a Communication Campaign on Adolescents, which will run from October to December 2023. It will highlight the situation of adolescents, their power as actors of change in their communities and the programme work done by UNICEF, the Government of Zimbabwe and their partners for adolescents to address their needs.

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Charumbira’s return from leave to normalise PAP

One of the first things that usually happen during illegal take-over of power is the suspension of the constitution and other enabling legislations and the dissolution of governing structures in the institution.

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Update on UN Climate Change Consultation on Net Zero Recognition and Accountability Framework

UN Climate Change is conducting a stakeholder consultation to inform the development of the Net Zero Recognition and Accountability Framework.

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SOUTH AFRICA TO HOST PUBLIC ACCOUNTS COMMITTEES OF PARLIAMENTS IN THE SADC REGION

South Africa gears itself to host various delegations from the Southern African Development Community (SADC) member States from the 2nd – 6th October in a conference that will focus on the evolution of oversight on public financial management and accountability in the SADC region.

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PAP should resume it’s business, Legislators

Gayo, an Ethiopian Legislator embarked on a failed Coup sometime in August this year when President of the Pan African Parliament Senator Charumbira went on an official leave. Gayo, defied PAP's Rule 19(1) of PAP Rules of Procedure where he proclaimed himself Acting President knowing that Honourable Lucia was the Acting President, a position that is held by all Vice Presidents on rotational basis.

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