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Afghanistan: Parents, children urge Taliban to reopen schools for girls

On Saturday, the parents of students expressed concern for their children’s future and urged the authorities to allow their daughters to return to school.
By ANI News 13h ago

When depression shows up in the workplace

Workplaces can be places of both opportunity and risk for mental health
By Emmanuel Zvada Mar. 21, 2023

Belarusian opposition leader handed 15-year prison term

She and the opposition said at the time that the results had been doctored to hand victory to Lukashenko. Anger at the official results triggered widescale protests.
By Al Jazeera Mar. 7, 2023

Drug and substance abuse: Stop the raging tempest

It is very important for any young person to have goals and aspirations so they remain motivated.
By Sibusisiwe Marunda Mar. 3, 2023

Mental Health: Men struggle too… the challenge of men’s mental health problems

Alcohol and substances can sometimes be used to ‘self- medicate’ the emotional pain, relationship challenges and work related stress.
By Chido Rwafa-Madzvamutse Feb. 26, 2023

Corporate governance in microfinance in Zimbabwe

This is not the only institution that has been found wanting in corporate governance practices in Zimbabwe’s microfinance sector.
By Beatrice Moyo Feb. 25, 2023

Zim author wins US silver award

IADAS is an organisation that honours and recognises excellence in interactive content across emerging technologies.
By Khumbulani Muleya Feb. 24, 2023

Drug abuse negatively impacting on youth development

In interviews on the streets of Sakubva, Mutare, many youths mentioned that they consume drugs so as to forget their situations.

Mental Health: Depression and its impact on individuals, families, workplaces

Rates of depression have been increasing over the last few decades, but in the period following the Covid-19 pandemic, the world has seen a 25% increase in rates of depression.
By Chido Rwafa-Madzvamutse Feb. 19, 2023