Maduro Renews Calls For National Dialogue

By Web Master   Venezuela’s President Nicholas Maduro says he has forgiven his enemies and called for peace and national dialogue. President Maduro has renewed his call

Botswana plastic carrier bag users face jail

The government of Botswana will by November this year effect a law that would see people found using plastic carrier bags fined 5,000 pula or jailed for

Bolivia’s Cuban-inspired free public health system gets WHO kudos

By Staff Reporter   The World Health Organisation has praised Bolivia's Cuban-inspired public health program which aims to provide medical services to the wider population house to

Botswana court orders dismissal of 150 striking industrial workers

By Web Master   More than 150 workers suspended for striking at Lobatse-based PASDEC Automotive Technologies face dismissal after the Industrial Relations Court in Botswana declared their

Denying police, prison workers trade union rights inhuman, SADC govts told

By Staff Reporter   The Southern African Trade Unions Coordinating Council says organised workers will continue to fight regional governments' retrogressive tendencies of refusing police and prison

Philippine president criticised for kissing woman on stage

Rodrigo Duterte accused of ‘despicable display of sexism and grave abuse of authority’   The Philippine president, Rodrigo Duterte, has been criticised for kissing a married woman

Philippines Rights Group Condemn Arrests of activists, Indigenous Peasants 

By Staff Reporter   Philippines’ human rights group, Karapatan condemned that country’s recent arbitrary arrests of two activists and two indigenous peasants by police and armed forces.