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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Botswana’s Former President Masire Laid to Rest in his Village

Gaborone - The funeral service of the former president of Botswana Sir Ketumile Masire is underway in Botswana. Masire's funeral service is held at his...

One Nigerian Widow Takes on Oil Giant Shell Over Husband Killing

Nigeria’s Esther Kiobel is taking on one of the world’s biggest oil companies – Shell – in a final fight for justice over her...

Botswana’s President Khama Builds Private Lodge Using Public Funds?

Botswana Defence Force (BDF) funds, equipment and personnel are being diverted towards constructing and developing President Ian Khama’s private lodge at Mosu, on the...

#ThisFlag Pastor and Activist Mawarire Arrested Again

Harare - Zimbabwean cleric Evans Mawarire of #ThisFlag campaign is in detention following his arrest yesterday during a protest by University of Zimbabwe (UZ)...

Zimbabweans Will Soon ‘Ecocash’ Through Toll Gates

Econet wireless has entered into a partnership with the Zimbabwe National Road Administration (ZINARA) that will see tollgates linking directly with customers’ Ecocash wallets. The...

Botswana’s Former President Dies

Gaborone  -  Former President, Sir Ketumile Masire has died aged 91. The Board of Trustees of the Sir Ketumile Masire Foundation (SKMF) said the former...

UN Appeals for Funds to Help Mozambique Cyclone Victims

The United Nations on Wednesday renewed urgent appeals for US$10.2 million to help victims of cyclone Dineo, which hit Mozambique on February 15. The original...

Deaths Down, but Albinos Suffer Stigma in Tanzania

According to CHRAGG Chairman, Mr Tom Nyanduga, atrocities against persons with albinism still hold, and he disclosed it in Dar es Salaam yesterday during...

Zimbabweans May Soon be Forced to Leave South Africa

Stan Passoh and his wife Hamu left Zimbabwe with a car‚ a few hundred dollars‚ a one-year-old child and his three-year-old sister in 2008...

Group Plans Week-Long Protests Against President Mugabe

Harare - Zimbabwe's radical social movement, Tajamuka/Sesijikile has called a five-day anti-government protest over the socio-economic crisis which has crippled the Southern African nation. Tajamuka/Sesijikile...
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