Despite round the clock work by scientist’s the world over, decades later a cure for HIV/AIDS is still but a dream. Zimbabwe like many other African countries, has been left with trails of broken families. In Southern Africa alone, women constitute the 60% of those infected with HIV,and are in greater need of multiple HIV prevention…Details
Pretty is a freelance journalist who is inspired by other women who help her realise and release her passion. She loves travelling and food. She also dreams big and lives out loud.
Not so long ago, there was a time when most working people could afford to provide health cover for their families. I remember my sisters visiting the clinic with their medical aid card at the slightest hint of a headache; after all, we were paying for it every month. Health, being a vital aspect of…Details
World leaders gathered on July 13th at the United Nations Third International Conference on Financing for Development in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. The launch by the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon, renewed and strengthened a global partnership for financing people-centred sustainable development. Decisions made were aimed at setting the world on a course of…Details
Socialization is the process by which children and adults alike learn from others. We begin learning from others during the early days of life and in most cases, people continue to do so all through their lives. My sociology class taught me that to defer from the expected way of life is termed as ‘deviancy’. Any…Details
Whether or not to install prepaid water meters has been an ongoing debate with authorities arguing that they promote efficiency. This is from the City Council’s point of view. But society and pressure groups feel prepaid meters will be too expensive for the ordinary person who already finds it hard to pay water bills. At…Details