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South Africa Introduces Wildlife Zones to Save Rhino

Seven Integrated Wildlife Zones are being introduced across South Africa to protect the country’s rhino. 

Multinationals Recognising Value of Local Currency Funding in Africa

Multinational organisations, which have long relied on dollar- or euro-based funding when doing business in Africa, are increasingly adding local...

Sudanese Army Threatens Activists, Journalists with Lawsuits

On July 18, the Sudanese army issued a statement saying they had appointed a special commissioner to bring lawsuits against individuals...

Remembering The Man who Changed the Face of Tennis in Zimbabwe

Katz, who died on 23 June 2020 at the age of 63 after a nine-year battle with cancer,...

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Zimbabwean Immigrants and Sex Work in Botswana

Zimbabwean-born Kethiwe Mbali lost her parents in 2009 when she was 19 years old. Now aged 31, and a single mother Mbali escaped the shackles of poverty in Zimbabwe and now lives and works in Gaborone – as a sex worker.

Zambia Hires Serbian Soccer Coach Micho

Chipolopolo coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic has finally put pen-to-paper on his two year contract that was witnessed by...

Standard Bank Plays Leading Role in Mozambique Gas Financing

Standard Bank is one of the leading financial services providers involved in the financing of up to US $15 billion...

Zimbabwe Extends School Holidays After Covid-19 Surge

Authorities in Harare have delayed the opening of schools due after the country registered a sharp rise in covid-19 infections.