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BOAF – POPE FRANCIS VISITING MOROCCO TO HELP BRIDGE THE DIVIDES

Pope Francis begins today, a historic and unprecedented two-day official visit to Morocco. What is the significance of this inaugural visit to Morocco, a largely Muslim nation? The world is divided by religion and the visit represents an attempt to change the traditional binary narrative that reduces human civilization to always two worlds. The Pope’s program is as set out on this link: http://w2.vatican.va/content/francesco/fr/travels/2019/ outside / documents / papa-francesco-Moroccan-2019.html. History will record that this is the the first meeting on Moroccan soil between two religious and moral authorities i.e. the…

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BOAF – Is it wise to bank on a man when in reality he is an incomprehensible machine?

But where is wisdom and understanding to be found about the true nature of mankind? Can you bank on a mortal, sovereign, free-spirited and fallible man to secure the kind of outcomes you seek for yourself? The history of human civilization is pregnant with examples of why it is not wise to bank on another person in relation to the choices and actions you have the obligation to make in your self-interest. Mr. Thomas Jefferson was alive to the dangers of banking on another man when he wrote to Mr.…

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BOAF Celebrates International Women’s Day.

All day, everyday, around the world a more gender-balanced world is being forged. Individuals and groups are making a concerted #BalanceforBetter worldwide through tangible action. From grassroots awareness raising to highly visible campaigns with impact, gender parity is being forged. As we celebrate this day, one individual by the name of Dr M Muneer who is celebrating his birthday today in his response after Mr Mutumwa Mawere sent him a birthday message said “he is giving his birthday to all the women folks of the world.” The 1873 Network through the initiative, “Banking…

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Connecting Africa – Active Citizenship interrogated with Hon SV kalyan

NOW LIVE on The 1873 FM – Connecting Africa – Active Citizenship interrogated with Hon SV kalyan and Miriam Mutizwa, MC Wildfire and Nattaley Otto.  Connecting Africa – Active Citizenship interrogated with Hon SV kalyan and Daniel Kuzozvirava Shumba MC Wildfire Nattaley Otto Mutumwa D Mawere Koenaldinho Makgato Posted by The 1873 FM on Tuesday, 26 February 2019

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Counting the cost of your farm

Farm input costs include items such as feed, labour and machinery. The following general cost input terms are useful in calculating precisely how much your farm costs you to run. Understanding these simple and general cost input terms will help you to calculate exactly how much your farming enterprise costs you to run. Input costs include items needed in your production process, such as labour, fertiliser and tractor fuel. Imputed charges (or costs) These represent the value of benefits enjoyed by the farm, or an enterprise on the farm, during…

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PRESIDENT CYRIL RAMAPHOSA’S NEW SA CABINET

Since taking office early in February, several opposition MPs have called on Cyril Ramaphosa to deal decisively with corruption and state capture by axing certain ministers. JOHANNESBURG – President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced his new Cabinet at the Union Buildings in Pretoria on Monday night. Deputy President: David Mabuza Minister of Finance: Nhlanhla Nene – replacing Malusi Gigaba Deputy Minister of Finance: Mondli Gungubele – replacing Sfiso Buthelezi Minister of Energy: Jeff Radebe – replacing David Mahlobo Minister of State Security: Dipuo Letsatsi-Duba – replacing Bongani Bongo Minister Public Enterprises:…

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ED winds up 100 days in office – What is your rating?

PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has appealed for patience as he winds up his first 100 days in office, saying “it takes more than 100 days to recover an economy”, so citizens should not lose hope at the slow pace of change. When he assumed office in November last year, Mnangagwa pledged rapid transformation of the economy and the general way of doing business in government, but in a video released on his Facebook page at the weekend, Mnangagwa admits it has not been possible to achieve much under the given period.…

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