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Delegates for SADC Child Rights Conference arrive
Delegates attending the East and Southern Africa child rights conference have started arriving in Harare ahead of the three-day conference scheduled to take place from 10-12 April 2018. So far…
Botswana: 30-year-old female Minister becomes internet sensation across Africa
The newly elected President of Botswana, President Mokgweetsi Masisi is on a different path in achieving a successful governance in his tenure, having elected a young female minister into his…
SADC Child Rights Conference Begins On Tuesday in Harare
SAPST in collaboration with The Child Rights Network for Southern Africa (CRNSA) will be holding a child rights conference with its members and partners from 10-12 April 2018 in Harare….
Parliament Summons Minister Mpofu, former Minister Chombo and former Commissioner General Chihuri
The Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy has summoned Home Affairs minister Obert Mpofu, former Finance minister Ignatius Chombo, former ZRP Commissioner Augustine Chihuri and former Central Intelligence Organisation boss…
Lesotho Parliament Applauds SAPST for technical support
Lesotho Clerk of Parliament Advocate Lebohang Fine Maema KC has expressed gratitude to SAPST for offering technical support on legislative drafting and analysis during a workshop held recently in Maseru….
SAPST capacitate Lesotho MPs on Legislative Drafting and Analysis
Following a grant that SAPST received from the Department of State, Bureau on Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL), our team is in Maseru, Lesotho for a legislative analysis and…
MPs want Electoral law reform process intensified
Legislators say there is need to expedite the electoral law reform process in order to create a conducive environment for credible, free and fair elections as the country gears up…