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Robbers Target Zimbabwean Bus Operator’s Office in Cape Town

A Zimbabwean-owned bus company (Chihwa Tours)  has become the latest victim of crime after armed robbers pounced on its Bellville offices. Contrary to malicious reports...

Talks to Settle Tanzania Gold Fraud Dispute

DODOMA-Tanzania has agreed to negotiations with Canadian mining giant Barrick Gold which it accuses of operating illegally and evading taxes, a government statement said...

Zimbabwean Students Nabbed in Cyprus For Drug Trafficking

Three Zimbabwean students are languishing in a Cyprus prison following their arrest on drug trafficking charges. And reports in the state media on Sunday said...

Lesotho Prime Minister’s Wife Shot Day Before His Inauguration

Lesotho's first lady, the wife of Prime Minister Tom Thabane, was shot dead late on Wednesday night, just hours before Thabane was due to...

S.A-Bound Munhenzva Bus in Another ‘Fatal’ Accident

Many passengers have been injured while one has reportedly died after a Munhenzva Bus crashed in Polokwane early today. Details of the accident are still...

PHOTOS: Chaos Erupt at Cape Town Station After Major Train Delays

Angry commuters have gone on a violent rampage at the Cape Town train station after being stranded because of major disruptions and delays on...

Over 40 Killed in Another Zimbabwe Bus Accident

Harare - More than 40 people have died in a road accident that occurred on Wednesday night in Zimbabwe where roads are described as...

South African Pastor Arrested For Entering Zimbabwe Ilegally

Harare - A South African church Evangelist has been arrested for entering Zimbabwe illegally, days after another 40 year old woman from the neighbouring...

Zambia Threatens to Arrest Another Opposition Leader

Lusaka - Zambia has threatened opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) vice president, Geoffrey Mwamba with arrest after he asked the international community...

Malawi To Ban Protests As Teachers Begin Sit-In

Lilongwe - President Peter Mutharika’s government is amending the Employment Act to ban state workers from engaging in any sit-in or strike action over...
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