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25 days ago
Lean times for Zim as cash crisis bites
Lean times for Zim as cash crisis bites

Nothing is going right for Zimbabwe right now.

26 days ago
Hundreds of Boko Haram fighters surrender in Chad
Hundreds of Boko Haram fighters surrender in Chad

Hundreds of Boko Haram fighters and their families have surrendered in Chad in the past month, security and UN sources said.

27 days ago
Zuma calls for SADC special summit on drought
Zuma calls for SADC special summit on drought

President Zuma wants regional leaders discuss the current drought and water shortages ravaging members states of the Southern ...

27 days ago
Cecil the lion: Charges dropped against local hunter
Cecil the lion: Charges dropped against local hunter

A Zimbabwean court has thrown out charges against a local hunter accused of failing to stop the killing of prized lion Cecil.

27 days ago
Zim hopes for better relations with the US
Zim hopes for better relations with the US

A senior Zimbabwean official says his country is ready to work with the new US administration.

28 days ago
Monsanto is hopeful Kenya will lift GMO ban
Monsanto is hopeful Kenya will lift GMO ban

American agricultural company Monsanto is hopeful that Kenya will lift a ban on genetically modified foods.

28 days ago
AU elections delayed for me - Senegalese diplomat
AU elections delayed for me - Senegalese diplomat

Professor Abdoulaye Bathily says the Senegalese president intervened to delay the election of a new African Union chair.

29 days ago
US urges caution in Sudan
US urges caution in Sudan

The US has asked its nationals in Sudan to take caution against possible protests following hikes in the prices of fuel and electricity.

29 days ago
2 die, 5 hurt in Congo blast
2 die, 5 hurt in Congo blast

Five UN Indian peacekeepers remain in a critical condition following an explosion in the Democratic Republic of Congo.