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Zimbabwe: Football Gloom Not Offset By Zimbabwe’s Satellite Plans

A disappointing draw against Botswana in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying campaign was the least of the Warriors' worries in a...

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South Africa: The Man By Former Miss SA Tamaryn Green’s Side

Cape Town -Sorry guys - it seems Miss SA 2018 Tamaryn Green is spoken...

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Mauritius: The Success of the Tourism Industry Depends On the Skills of Its Workforce, Says Minister Lesjongard

The success of the tourism industry is highly dependent on the creativity, skills, and commitment of the workforce, and, Mauritius as a...

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Kenya: Trainee Pilot Forced to Keep Plane Airborne After Wheel Falls Off

A light aircraft was forced to fly for two-hours to exhaust its fuel before crash landing at the Malindi International Airport on...

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Uganda: The Good, Bad and Ugly As Cranes Soared Over Blunt Flames

Emmanuel Okwi and Fahad Bayo scored in either half as Uganda Cranes comprehensively beat Malawi Flames 2-0 at Namboole Stadium on Sunday, which left...

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Uganda: Ugandan Trio Scoops Titles in Netherlands, Spain and Japan

Stephen Kissa led Uganda's perfect weekend after he maintained his form on road by conquering the Seven Hills Race in Nijmegen, Netherlands. Kissa ensured...

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Uganda: Uganda in Must-Win Tie Against Ethiopia

In Hasifah Nassuna, Uganda has a player that has made a habit of scoring against the Ethiopians - just that her goals have never...

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Botswana: Land Use Critical in Economic Development

Gaborone -Land use has been identified as a critical factor in the development of the economy and empowerment of...

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Botswana: Domestic Outlook Positive

Gaborone -Botswana's economy is forecast to grow by 3.6 and 4.4 per cent this year and 2020...

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Botswana: Drought to Be Permanent Feature of National Budget

Gaborone -Government is developing a drought management strategy which will make drought a permanent feature of the national budget rather than an...

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Nigeria: Crude Oil Will Remain Primary Source of Energy – NNPC

Despite the predicted global crude oil decline, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has insisted that oil and gas will remain relevant as...

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Nigeria: 20 ‘Hidden’ Destinations of Purported Health Spendings in 2020 Proposed Budget

About N5 billion will go to service major construction works in the nation's health sector in the 2020 proposed budget, but development experts,...

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Nigeria: Wizkid Wins Soultrain Songwriting Award for ‘Brown Skin Girl’

Afropop superstar, Ayodeji Balogun aka Wizkid has won SoulTrain's Ashford and Simpson Songwriters'...

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South Africa: Sophie Lichaba On Her Love for Her Husband and Her Near-Fatal Crash

Cape Town -It's been two years since former Generations actress Sophie Lichaba and her businessman husband, Max Lichaba, got married - and from what...

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Liberia: “Liberia Is a Great Business Destination,” President Weah Excites Trade Gurus

Dubai -His Excellency Dr. George Manneh Weah, from France in Europe and now in Dubai in the Middle East, has been marketing...

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Zimbabwe: Power Utility Switches Off Mnene Hospital

Zesa has switched off power at Mnene Hospital over a bill of about $700 000, plunging the critical institution into...

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Zimbabwe: Companies to Exhibit At Zanu-PF Annual Conference

Local and international companies are expected to exhibit at next month's 18th Zanu-PF Annual People's Conference at Goromonzi High School in Mashonaland East...

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Zimbabwe: Collabos in Vogue

THE past six months have seen musicians releasing new projects across all...

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Zimbabwe: Anne Nduku Elected New Ladies Golf Union President

ANNE NDUKU was elected Zimbabwe Ladies Golf Union president at an annual meeting at Royal Harare on...

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Zimbabwe: Govt On Electronic Tax

Government has increased the minimum taxable amounts for intermediated money transfer tax (IMTT), better known as the 2 percent tax, to $100 from...

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Ghana: Ghana, UAE Pledge to Deepen Bilateral Ties – Sign 5 Co-Operation Agreements

Ghana and the United Arab Emirates have signed five (5) Co-operation Agreements and Memoranda of Understanding, in different sectors of their respective economies,...

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Sudan: Minister of Labor Receives Delegation of African Development Bank

Khartoum -The Minister of Labor and Social Development, Lina Al-Sheikh, Monday received a delegation of the African Development Bank which is visiting Sudan in...

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Nigeria: How Epileptic Power Supply Is Increasing Poverty, Unemployment in Nigeria

There are indications that the inadequate and unstable power supply has affected small-scale businesses, thus creating more unemployment and poverty in...

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Zimbabwe: Reduced Bank Rate to Stimulate Production

Banks should now be able to lend money to the productive sector at lower rates after the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe's (RBZ) Monetary...

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South Africa: Dobson On Resting Kolisi – I’d Be Guided By Him

Cape Town -Stormers coach John Dobson has confirmed that Siya Kolisi will lead the team in next year's Super Rugby competition but stressed the...

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Africa: Agribusiness – Africa’s New Investment Frontier

In the past decade, a stroll along the aisles of any African supermarket is revealing: there is a new wave of home-brewed brands...

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South Africa: No Change – SARB Likely to Hold Rates, Say Economists

The SA Reserve Bank is seen holding rates this week at the conclusion of its last scheduled Monetary Policy Committee meeting for 2019....

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South Africa: Stormers Coach On Guscott’s Views – It’s an Impossibility

Cape Town -Stormers coach John Dobson says he doesn't agree with former England centre Jeremy Guscott's views on substitutions in...

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Africa: How to Close the $42 Billion Financing Gap Women Face

In African cultures, women play a nurturing role, they are the backbone of the continent. Yet, they face a $42 billion-dollar financing gap with...

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Kenya: Less Than 10% to Retire Comfortably on Pension

Less than a tenth of pension schemes are providing sufficient benefits to comfortably sustain members in retirement, an actuarial consulting firm says, revealing...

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