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18 days ago
SAPS continues roadblocks near Beitbridge
SAPS continues roadblocks near Beitbridge

The SAPS are continuing to keep an eye on the Beitbridge port of entry as tensions simmer in Zimbabwe.

18 days ago
Protests deal blow to Zimbabwe’s economy
Protests deal blow to Zimbabwe’s economy
Business News

Civil-service strike action and protests by citizens forced Zimbabwe’s banks and businesses to close shop on Wednesday.

18 days ago
Restricting imports a ‘setback for trade’
Restricting imports a ‘setback for trade’
Business News

Investment and trade analysts have criticised the Zimbabwean government’s decision to impose restrictions on imports into the country.

19 days ago
Zimbabwe businesses closed during stay-away
Zimbabwe businesses closed during stay-away
International

Zimbabweans protest against unemployment and corruption as part of a campaign organised by the #ThisFlag movement.

19 days ago
Malawi hopes ‘sandbag houses’ will combat deforestation
Malawi hopes ‘sandbag houses’ will combat deforestation

A Malawian company is working to create sandbag houses to combat the disappearing forests, a result of the country’s booming brick industry.

19 days ago
DA urges government to speak out on Zimbabwe
DA urges government to speak out on Zimbabwe

The Democratic Alliance said that the South African government’s silence on the growing crisis in Zimbabwe ‘cannot be ignored’.

19 days ago
Hacktivists shut down state, ZANU-PF, ZBC websites
Hacktivists shut down state, ZANU-PF, ZBC websites

Anonymous Africa shut down the Zimbabwean government's website as well as the public broadcaster and ruling party's websites.

19 days ago
Smuggling surges after Zim ban
Smuggling surges after Zim ban
Business News

Smuggling operations into Zimbabwe from South Africa's border town of Musina have increased following its import ban on basic food stuffs.

19 days ago
Zimbabwe government blocks Whatsapp
Zimbabwe government blocks Whatsapp

The Zimbabwe government has blocked the Whatsapp service to its citizens as the country’s workers heeded calls for a stay away.

19 days ago
Zimbabwe’s doctors and teachers on strike
Zimbabwe’s doctors and teachers on strike
International

Teachers, doctors and nurses in cash-strapped Zimbabwe are still waiting to receive their June salaries.

20 days ago
Madonna moved to tears by case of child rape
Madonna moved to tears by case of child rape

Madonna was reduced to tears during a trip to Kenya as she listened to a man describe how his five-year-old daughter had been raped.

20 days ago
Zim shutdown: Mujuru calls for new election
Zim shutdown: Mujuru calls for new election

Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru has called fresh elections in Zimbabwe in the face of widespread protests over the collapsed economy.

20 days ago
Children born of Boko Haram rape persecuted
Children born of Boko Haram rape persecuted

Women who are former Boko Haram captives, and their children born out of rape, face mistrust and persecution when they return home.

20 days ago
Uganda’s Museveni in Palestine gaffe
Uganda’s Museveni in Palestine gaffe

Israeli Prime Minister's historic visit to Uganda was marred when Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni repeatedly referred to ...

20 days ago
Netanyahu eyes trade opportunities in Africa
Netanyahu eyes trade opportunities in Africa
Business News

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is touring four African countries to pursue business deals.