How resilient are global economies in the face of myriad challenges?

No aspect of life or part of the world is safe from the impact of climate change.
By Tapiwa Gomo Apr. 8, 2024

Mental health: Servant leadership, workplace mental wellbeing

Servant leadership has been found to influence the work environment positively and supports mental wellbeing in the workplace.
By Chido Rwafa-madzvamutse Mar. 31, 2024

Poaching scourge to rise as drought tears through Zim

Human-wildlife conflict is already high in Zimbabwe, where the population of some animals already exceeds wildlife sanctuaries’ carrying capacity.
By Julia Ndlela Mar. 8, 2024

Govt worried over human-wildlife conflicts

In some communities, villagers hardly harvest from their fields as wild animals destroy crops.
By Obert Siamilandu Feb. 23, 2024

Wild animals keep Plumtree children out of school

Dozens of villagers and communal farmers continue to lose their lives, livestock and crops to wild animals.
By Patricia Sibanda Feb. 11, 2024

China’s year of strategic decline

The China rise story over the last 40 years has been based on economic and military growth, with help from the US and others.
By Deccan Herald Jan. 5, 2024

Human-wildlife conflict Strategy inadequate: Govt

Communities in wildlife corridors also regularly lose their crops and livestock as competition for water and food between wild animals and humans intensifies.
By Patricia Sibanda Jan. 3, 2024

Middle East wars: A scoping view

The conflict has deep historical roots and has been a recurring source of tension and violence in the region.
By Sharon Hofisi Dec. 8, 2023

Hebrew Scriptures: I just sent five of my children to war

After a few minutes in the bomb shelters we emerged and went on with the prayers.
By Hillel Scheinfeld Oct. 15, 2023