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South Africa Intercepts Sex Drugs Worth R20 Million

South Africa airport customs officials intercepted 1809 kg of male sexual enhancement tablets worth R20.6 million at OR Tambo International Airport. The shipment at the...

Zimbabwe Urged to Investigate Torture Allegations

Zimbabwe's adoption of a new Constitution with an expansive Bill of Rights in 2013 was a major achievement, but since then the government has...

South Africa Jails 22 Illegal Miners

The Virginia High Court has on Tuesday, 14 March 2017 imposed lengthy jail terms to 22 convicted illegal miners. Lovemore Chaba Mlambo (35) man behind...

‘Aware Migrants’ Campaign Launches in Africa as Arrivals to Italy Soar

A campaign to inform would-be migrants in Africa about the dangers of heading to Europe via the Mediterranean sea aims to reach people in...

Botswana Govt Accused of Threatening to Kill Journalists

Suspected Botswana security agents have been accused of detaining and threatening to kill three Journalists working for INK Centre for Investigative Journalism, non-governmental organisation...

Sad Week for Zimbabweans in Cape Town as TWO Are Shot, ONE ‘Stoned’

A Zimbabwean woman was killed after a stone hurled towards a moving train hit her as she sat by the window, according to Eyewitnesses. Attempts...

Over a Dozen Perish After Truck Hits Pothole in Zimbabwe

At least fourteen people have died in a freak accident in Zimbabwe, and police blamed it on the country’s poor road network. The Minister of...

‘Hungry’ Zambians Killed During Stampede for Food Aid

The country's main opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema has blamed President Edgar Lungu and the ruling party over the stampede that led to eight deaths...

Armed Police Storm Tsvangirai’s Meeting in Zimbabwe

A truck-load of armed riot police swooped on President Tsvangirai's scheduled private meeting with opinion leaders in village 22 of the Nyamakate area in...

Zimbabwean Man Accused of Printing Fake Bond Notes

A Harare man has appeared in court for allegedly printing counterfeit $5 bond notes at his house. According to The Herald, Elton Nyamudahondo, of Sunningdale...
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