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Latest Press Statement 02 November 2013 Cook Islands Culture and Tradition: cultural values at risk of dying Rarotonga, Cook Islands Recently the Pacific Islands Forum Peer Review team met with the culture and tradition group in Rarotonga led by the
We haven't heard anything about the controversial Traditional Courts Bill for almost a year...It's believed that President Jacob Zuma hoped to hustle the bill through before next year's elections as a sop to traditional leaders. But in a slap to the
Harare In the past decade, 60-year-old Josiah Makasha, in the rural Seke District outside the dormitory town of Chitungwiza, some 35 km north of the capital Harare, has seen urban sprawl shrink pastures and deplete his cattle herd by two-thirds.
South Sudan's Salva Kiir speaks at the official opening of the presidency office (goss/Kenneth Thomas) I believe that people of south Sudan are capable to discern fictions from realities...Comrade Salva Kiir Mayardit is the only surviving member of
School Feeding Programme, Cash Transfer have gone in the past year as well as for us to plan together on how the newly introduced projects on Mudzi Transformation Fund, A cow a Family; and the yet to roll-out Two Crops a Year will be handled by
00 Sarah Evans The unfair treatment of AbaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo by the ANC lies at the heart of his departure from the ruling party towards the DA. AbaThembu king Buyelekhaya Dalindyebo. (Gallo) The embattled AbaThembu king is entitled
Initiation ceremonies in South Africa have led to the deaths of 60 young men and the hospitalization of hundreds since May, sparking concern from officials about regulations surrounding a national tradition that determines when a boy becomes a man.
Others have said that people from the Eastern Cape are undermining development by coming to Durban and Cape Town. It has even been said that migration to the cities is a matter that must be investigated by the intelligence services as if it is part
Officials in South Sudan's Warrap state have dismissed reports that humanitarian workers are suffering harassment in communities, despite claims by traditional leaders on Thursday. A statement seen by Sudan Tribune and dated 14 May, cites a number of
Lilongwe Minister of Lands and Housing Henry Phoya says the passing of the Land bill will help deal with all grievances regarding lands and without taking away powers invested in traditional leaders. Speaking to the media after parliament passed the