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Youth Indigenization Loans: When saying the right things is not enough
When the Vice President Joice Mujuru officially commissioned the youth empowerment fund code named “Kurera-Ukondla Youth Fund”, there were some mixed reactions centering on whether this fund was going to work or it was one of those political gimmicks trying to lure young people, especially after the failed violent national youth service. Public skepticism emanated from suspicions about the fund’s motive amid doubts about the capacity of young people growing up in such an economy to repay the loans so that the fund can actually become a revolving fund. Read more from the Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition

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Welcome to Kubatana.net! This web site improves the accessibility of human rights and civic information in Zimbabwe. You can browse over 24,700 articles, reports and other documents. Use our Directory to contact a variety of NGOs, civil society organisations and social justice groups.

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    Dam project displaces hundreds of families in Zimbabwe - IRIN News - Read more

    Zimbabwe government takes circumcision into the classroom - The Standard (Zimbabwe) - Read more

    Harare members hand over petition to Parliament - Women of Zimbabwe Arise - Read more

    Chitungwiza residents maintain a zero tolerance stance to house demolitions - CHITREST - Read more

    Media Watch on the Constitution - November 2013 - Media Monitoring Project Zimbabwe - Read more

    On Human Rights Day, maintain focus on protecting peaceful protest and assembly - Jeffrey T. Smith - Read more

    Getting to zero: Zero new HIV infections, zero discrimination, zero AIDS-related deaths - GALZ - Read more

    Time is now for spatial and land use planning and re-building - Sokwanele - Read more

    Zimbabwe: Human rights agenda for the government, 2013 - 2018 - Amnesty International - Read more

The recent technological revolution and globalisation has helped in increasing connectivity and transboundary linkages, but a new and dangerous environmental problem has been initiated in the form of electronic waste (e-waste).Ewaste refers to discarded electrical or electronic devices such as TVs, cartridges, refrigerators, printers, cell phones, computers, microwaves and other electrical appliances which would have completed their life cycles and then disposed. Read more from Musapindira Mlambo

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