Crucial elections will take place in Zimbabwe on July 30. This week the MDC Alliance (Movement for Democratic Change) led by advocate Nelson Chamisa takes the last campaign steps to overcome former President Robert Mugabe’s Zanu PF party.
All over Europe, events are being organized to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the eventful spring and summer months of 1968.
There is an expression among creatives that only two types of professionals are unprotected by the system in Belgium: Artists and Prostitutes.
The 2008 euthanization of European literary icon Hugo Claus, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, spurred a debate in Flanders, where 80% of Belgium’s euthanasia requests are received.
With only a year to go until the European Parliament elections in May 2019, senior EU officials in Brussels are already manoeuvring to obtain their next position in the upcoming political cycle.

Is Belgium’s real estate bubble about to burst?

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 11:03 Written by
The Belgian housing market is in a unique position, in that never has housing cost so much, in both real and nominal terms.
December of 2017 in Belgium was one of the darkest and most sunless since records began to be kept.
Are you feeling better off? I hope so – and so do European policymakers.
“The situation is as deplorable as in the Middle Ages: pure slavery and exploitation.”
As winter slowly approaches it seems the right time to reflect on the role of literature in our lives.