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What Democracy Can Do To a Country: The Case of Zambia

Zambia is a typical case of the democratic dividend. After many years of Kaunda's misrule (1964-1990), democracy was introduced in 1991 following a sweeping...

Botswana Holds Day Of Prayer Following Good Rains

Botswana will on Sunday hold a national day of prayer, thanking the Almighty for the heavy rains experienced recently. President Ian Khama said it was...

Drought Threatens 1.5 Million Somalis – UN

Less than half of the people in Somalia have access to basic health services, the United Nations health agency  said, announcing that it is...

Botswana’s Economy Heading For Rocks

The $14-billion economy contracted by 1.7 percent in 2015, weighed down by persistent power and water cuts that disrupted factory production and would struggle...

Botswana Economy Set to Register Growth – Minister

Botswana Finance minister, Kenneth Matambo has projected a 2,9 percent economic growth rate for the diamond producing country in 2017, with a forecast of...

Stellenbosch Researchers Study Decline in Forest-Birds

Forest-dwelling bird species are disappearing from some of South Africa's indigenous forests, with forest birds in the Eastern Cape being the most affected. A new...

The Need for New Paradigm Shift to Rescue Zimbabwe Economy

For any economy to grow and develop, it has to invariably balance the uneasy macro-economic triangle. This triangle is made up of the macro-economic...

Zimbabwe’s Annual Milk Production Rises

Zimbabwe’s investments for the last two years of over U.S$40 million into the country’s dairy industry now shows returns after the annual raw milk...
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