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Specdo enlists Solidstar on his fresh single, ‘Manya‘.    The pairing results in a lively party jam.   Listen Here

  By Kagondu Njagi KIBINGO, Kenya, Dec 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When Jotham Micheni and his brothers were divvying up their family land in central Kenya after their father’s death, nobody wanted to take the barren patch on the eastern flank. The five sons of the farming household in rural Kibingo village, about 130km […]

  On 10 December 2019, International Human Rights Day, The Department of Women, Youth and Persons with Disabilities, UN Women and 1st for Women Insurance will officially launch 365 Days of Activism for No Violence Against Women and Children under the theme: Enough is Enough – 365 Days to End Gender-Based Violence. The objective of […]

By Emma Batha LONDON, Dec 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Conflicts over water are likely to flare up in Iraq, Mali and India in the coming year, according to the developers of an app launched on Thursday which aims to help prevent violence by flagging up potential flashpoints. They said the “groundbreaking” early warning tool, […]

  By Christine Murray Dec 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – When a worried parent calls for help finding a missing child, Norma Ledezma says she often immediately has a sense of whether they are likely to be found alive. Seventeen years after her daughter Paloma disappeared in northern Mexico, Ledezma has helped hundreds of families […]

By Busani Bafana NESIGWE, Zimbabwe, Dec 5 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Livestock farmer Siphiwe Moyo walks briskly under the scorching sun until she arrives at a shady tree in the middle of a parched, unplanted maize field. She is making a second check on three emaciated cows, two of which are pregnant. Moyo, 59, is […]

  Eighty percent of people in South Africa want governments to do more to regulate Big Tech companies, with a majority (68%) worried about how tech companies collect and use their personal data, a new Amnesty International poll conducted by YouGov reveals. One thousand people in South Africa were asked about their attitudes to online […]

Sudanese protesters gather outside the house of a man killed by security forces on June 3, during a demonstration against the ruling military council, in Khartoum, Sudan, June 30, 2019. © 2019 AP Photo/Hussein Malla   On a hot May afternoon in Khartoum, less than a month after the ouster of former Sudanese president Omar Hassan al-Bashir, I […]

  Seventeenth session of the International Criminal Court’s Assembly of States Parties in The Hague, Netherlands, December 2018. © 2018 Syd Boyd/Coalition for the International Criminal Court   (The Hague) – The annual meeting of International Criminal Court (ICC) member countries is a pivotal moment to strengthen the court’s delivery of justice, Human Rights Watch said today. The […]

By Megan Rowling MADRID, Dec 4 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Human health is paying the price of the world’s failure to curb global warming, the World Health Organization warned on Tuesday, urging governments at U.N. climate talks to cut climate-changing emissions faster and provide funds to address growing threats. Those range from lung and heart […]

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