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Category Archives: EU
Travel Bans After the controversy caused by the adoption of the anti-homosexuality laws in both Uganda and Nigeria, the European Parliament has backed a resolution imposing travel and visa bans against individuals responsible. The members of the parliament stated that the laws were a danger to human rights in both countries. The resolution is nonbinding…. Continue reading
Government Fails to Follow Through on Civil Servants Pay Rise The Zimbabwean government and civil servants’ representatives agreed last month on a salary deal, and civil servants were supposed to be back-paid from last month, but they have not received any extra money. There has been no explanation as yet from the government about why… Continue reading
Tanzania, South Africa to Boost Processing Zones A South African minister has committed to increasing investments in Tanzania’s export processing zones, which are areas outside of certain government regulations. The zones service agricultural, mineral, and light manufacturing goods made directly for export. This South Africa’s investment is an example of their increased interest in promoting… Continue reading