PAP Adopts Report on Strengthening Traditional Medicine through Research and Innovation

The Pan-African Parliament (PAP) has adopted a report on strengthening the scientific base of traditional medicine through research and innovation, during the 3rd Ordinary Session of the Sixth PAP in Midrand, South Africa. The report was launched by PAP President, Chief Fortune Charumbira, who emphasized the need for African universities and research institutions to contribute to the development of traditional medicine.

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Cooporatives Model Law adopted by Pan African Parliament to boost Regional Economic Development

The Model Law aims to guide the development of new cooperative legislation and the review of existing laws. For countries without cooperative legislation, the Model Law can inspire the adoption of new laws. Existing laws can also be improved based on the Model Law to reflect current demands and trends.

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“African Solutions for African Problems: Eswatin PM Russell Dlamini Calls for Homegrown Democracy and Economic Empowerment”

At the 3rd Session of the 6th Pan African Parliament, Russell Dlamini, Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Eswatin, delivered a powerful statement emphasizing the need for Africa to tap into its vast potential and adopt homegrown solutions to its problems.

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Pan-African Parliament Consults on Revised OAU Convention to Eliminate Mercenaries in Africa

On Thursday, 27 July 2024 the Pan-African Parliament Permanent Committee on Cooperation, International Relations, and Conflict Resolutions conducted a joint consultation on the zero draft of the revised Organization of African Unity (OAU) Convention for the Elimination of Mercenarism in Africa.

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FORUS Distances Itself From Former Spokesperson

In a decisive move aimed at dispelling misinformation, FORUS Party has issued a resolute statement distancing itself from former spokesperson Thandazani Moyo and reaffirming its steadfast dedication to democratic ideals.

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Charumbira Vows to Align PAP with AU Priorities, Focus on Decolonizing Education

MIDRAND, SOUTH AFRICA - President of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), Chief Fortune Zephania Charumbira, has reaffirmed the institution's commitment to aligning with African Union (AU) priorities, particularly the 2024 theme: "Educate an African fit for the 21st Century."

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Pan African Parliament prioritises “rebranding and repositioning”

The President of the Pan-African Parliament (PAP), H.E. Chief Fortune Charumbira, has challenged African legislators to prioritize the “rebranding and repositioning of the Parliament.”

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Zimbabwe: Parliamentary Committees Embark on Fact-Finding Mission to Tackle Drug and Substance Abuse

Harare, Zimbabwe - The Joint Portfolio Committee on Youth Empowerment, Development & Vocational Training and the Thematic Committee on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) will conduct a series of fact-finding visits to drug and substance abuse rehabilitation centers across the country.

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President Ramaphosa Invites PAP President Hon Chief Charumbira to SA’s Presidential Inauguration

PRETORIA, SOUTH AFRICA - President Matamela Cyril Ramaphosa has extended an invitation to the President of the Pan-African Parliament, Rt Hon Chief Fortune Charumbira, to attend the 2024 Presidential Inauguration on June 19th, 2024.

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Pan African Parliament President Chief Fortune Charumbira wishes South Africa a successful electoral process

In a statement released on the eve of the elections, H.E. Chief Fortune Zephania Charumbira, President of the Pan African Parliament, commended the Government, political parties, and the people of South Africa for promoting tolerance and respect for divergent political opinions. This, he noted, has created a conducive environment for political parties to campaign without hindrance.

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