‘Environment managers violated own laws with mosque construction’

Sharon Munjenjema Zimbabwe’s Environmental Management Agency (Ema) and Harare City Council are heading for a clash with environmentalists after approving construction of a mosque on wetlands. The mosque, now at roof level, is opposite Long Cheng Plaza mall whose construction on the same wetland belt sparked protests by environmentalists a few years ago. At the […]

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Comesa Launches Insurance Verification Application

Thupeyo Muleya, Beitbridge Bureau The Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) has through its Regional Third-Party Motor Vehicle Insurance (Yellow Card) Scheme launched a Digital Yellow Card Helpdesk System designed to track all queries reported by users. The facility allows National Bureaux, Primary Insurance Companies, and Motorists in member countries to channel all […]

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Promote A Positive Migrants Image: Journalists Told

Thupeyo Muleya, Beitbridge Bureau Journalists have been urged to play a leading role in shaping public opinion and perception when reporting issues relating to migration to avoid fueling discrimination for the migrants. Speaking during a virtual training for journalists and media practitioners being coordinated by the International Labour Organisation, South Africa based independent migration consultant, […]

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