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Democracy and open society in Zimbabwe 41 years after independence

Mail Guardian South Africa 19 Apr 2021
Some 3-million Zimbabweans are believed to have fled the country, mostly to South Africa and Botswana, for sanctuary and jobs ... Stories and ideas for a more just and open southern Africa”, which marks the 40th anniversary of the Canon Collins Educational and Legal Assistance Trust ... Join them and share your views here ...
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In Namibia, same-sex couple fight for children's citizenship

Yahoo Daily News 16 Apr 2021
The same-sex couple are battling to obtain Namibian citizenship for their 2-year-old son, while their one-month-old twin daughters are stuck in South Africa because Namibian authorities want Lühl to show genetic proof he is the father before providing them with travel documents ... Namibia's legal system does not recognise same-sex marriages.
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Lesotho start-up becomes first African exporter of cannabis flower to EU

Ghana Web 16 Apr 2021
Lesotho has helped pioneer the nascent legal cannabis sector in Africa which could be worth more than $7.1 billion annually by 2023 if new laws are introduced, the African Cannabis Report said two years ago ... They include several in Africa, such as South Africa, Rwanda, Morocco and Malawi.
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Movement to legalize recreational pot use grows in U.S., around the world

Washington Blade 16 Apr 2021
The movement to legalize recreational marijuana use continues to gain momentum in the U.S ... The Associated Press reported New Mexico is the seventh state to legalize recreational marijuana since November ... Recreational marijuana use is also legal in Georgia, South Africa and the Australian Capital Territory in Australia.
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Zimbabwe reports major rise in teen pregnancies during pandemic

Ghana Web 16 Apr 2021
"Zimbabwe is among countries in sub-Saharan Africa with a huge problem of teenage pregnancy," said Blessing Tafadzwa Nyagumbo, UNFPA Zimbabwe's adolescent sexual reproductive health specialist ... And why are we still not doing what other SADC [Southern African Development Community] countries have done? [In] South Africa it's done legally.
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Mumia Abu-Jamal to undergo heart surgery

The Philadelphia Tribune 16 Apr 2021
According to his wife Wadiya Jamal, and MOVE member Pam Africa, who says she speaks with Abu-Jamal daily, they have not been able to reach him for four days. Supporters' demands included that before surgery Abu-Jamal be allowed to call his wife, Wadiya Jamal; his longtime supporter, Pam Africa; Alvarez; and his spiritual adviser, Mark Taylor.
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Fight to Fame Received Largest Investment in History of 1.5 Billion US Dollars in Cryptocurrency

Coinspeaker 16 Apr 2021
This technology will benefit Africa, Latin America, and some countries in Asia and countries and regions that legally support cryptocurrencies to promote successful profit models and application scenarios actively.
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Resettlement Officer-South African National hire

Reliefweb 15 Apr 2021
Africa Regional Deployment Unit (ARDU). Pretoria, South Africa ... CWS RSC Africa is administered by the Church World Service Immigration Refugee Program (CWS/IRP) and is based in Nairobi, Kenya ... Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) in Africa ... Must be legally eligible to work and obtain a work permit in deployment locations in sub-Saharan Africa.
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Resettlement Officer-Kenyan National Hire

Reliefweb 15 Apr 2021
Africa Regional Deployment Unit (ARDU) ... CWS RSC Africa is administered by the Church World Service Immigration Refugee Program (CWS/IRP) and is based in Nairobi, Kenya ... Refugee Admissions Program (USRAP) in Africa ... Must be legally eligible to work and obtain a work permit in deployment locations in sub-Saharan Africa.
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EU allows Lesotho’s MG Health to export cannabis flower for medicinal use

Metro USA 15 Apr 2021
Lesotho has helped pioneer the nascent legal cannabis sector in Africa which could be worth more than $7.1 billion annually by 2023 if new laws are introduced, the African Cannabis Report said two years ago ... They include several in Africa, such as South Africa, Rwanda, Morocco and Malawi.
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Middle East And Africa CBD Oil Market Growth Drivers, Demands, Business Opportunities, Size, Share, Global ...

The Sentinel Newspaper 15 Apr 2021
DBMR recently published a detailed study of over 350+ pages in its repository on Middle East and Africa CBD Oil Market covering interesting aspects of market with supporting development scenario till 2027 ... CBD dominant is dominating the Middle East and Africa market because of increasing consumption of the CBD in the legal countries in the region.
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Challenge over hotel quarantine will not go ahead after woman released

RTE 14 Apr 2021
The full hearings into the legality of the detentions in quarantine of 52-year-old Charlotte Heyns, who flew from South Africa and Philomena Meredith, a health care assistant who had been in Dubai, will take place on Friday ... She had been in South Africa seeking medical assessment but normally lives in Ireland.
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The battle for 2050 energy dominance: Nuclear industry makes its pitch

Mail Guardian South Africa 14 Apr 2021
Civil society organisations Earthlife Africa and the Southern African Faith Communities’ Environment Institute argued that, “When it comes to far-reaching decisions, such as the nuclear deal, which would alter the future of our country, government is legally required to debate in ...
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Deputy Director, Global Legal Program

Reliefweb 14 Apr 2021
It has played a key role in securing landmark legal victories in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, and the United States on issues including access to life-saving obstetrics care, contraception, safe abortion services, and comprehensive sexuality information, as well as the prevention of forced sterilization and child marriage.
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Market For Psychedelic Drugs Expected to Reach $6.9 Billion By 2027

Daily Freeman 14 Apr 2021
Psyence is one of the world's first psychedelic mushroom companies operating a federally legal commercial cultivation and extraction facility in Southern Africa and possessing an experienced global team of doctors and scientists striving for breakthroughs in palliative care, neurology, neuroscience and drug development.

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