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40 days ago
Top Zim ‘prophet’ arrested over rape allegations
Top Zim ‘prophet’ arrested over rape allegations

The leader of the Zimbabwean Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries Walter Magaya has been arrested on rape allegations, it has emerged.

40 days ago
SA universities ranked among top in world
SA universities ranked among top in world

Wits University has been ranked first in Africa by the Academic Ranking of World Universities.

40 days ago
Ramaphosa on official working visit to Lesotho
Ramaphosa on official working visit to Lesotho

Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa is in Lesotho as part of his mandate as SADC facilitator to consolidate peace and security.

40 days ago
Opposition to challenge Lungu’s re-election in court
Opposition to challenge Lungu’s re-election in court

Zambia's main opposition leader has filed a court petition challenging President Edgar Lungu's re-election, saying the vote was rigged.

41 days ago
DRC pardons 24 political prisoners
DRC pardons 24 political prisoners

The government of the DRC has announced pardons for 24 people considered political prisoners, in a bid to ease tensions.

41 days ago
They fled nightmare in DRC only to find another in SA
They fled nightmare in DRC only to find another in SA

James Biamungu and his family came to SA to seek the protection of the UNHCR but have been sleeping on a pavement for two years.

41 days ago
Zim cops transferred from Beitbridge over graft claims
Zim cops transferred from Beitbridge over graft claims

The Zimbabwe police headquarters has transferred all Beitbridge district cops over suspicions they were engaged in corrupt activities.

42 days ago
It’s just not cricket
It’s just not cricket
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A tale of a cricket player who became a businessman, his Zimbabwean partner and some serious accusations.

42 days ago
Twenty injured as Zim police, protesters clash
Twenty injured as Zim police, protesters clash

About 20 people were injured when police clashed with protesters in Harare, dispersing them with batons and tear gas, organizers said.