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Arrest of #ThisFlag Pastor a Bad Sign Ahead of 2018 Polls – Tsvangirai

The callous arrest in broad daylight of Pastor Evan Mawarire came as no surprise to those of us who have always known that a...

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...

Good Governance Key to Africa’s Economic Growth – World Bank

A new World Bank policy report urges developing countries and international development agencies to rethink their approach to governance, as a key to overcoming...

Video – #ThisFlag Pastor Arrested on Arrival in Harare

#ThisFlag Pastor Evan Mawarire jetted into Harare and was immediately arrested by President Robert Mugabe's Intelligence Police at the Harare International Airport. His lawyer  Harrison Nkomo...

South Africa Gets Tough on Hiring of Illegal Immigrants

The Department of Home of Affairs will take stern measures against Employers who hire undocumented immigrants in the hospitality and construction industry. In a meeting...

Mugabe Flies in, Flies Out: Are his Trips Justified?

President Robert Mugabe attracts heavy criticism each time he flies out of the country either on private excursions or on national duty. Mugabe has been...

Chad’s Foreign Minister Moussa Takes Over as AU Chief

The Chadian Foreign Minister Moussa Faki Mahamat has been elected as the Chairperson of the African Union (AU) Commission by heads of State and...

Zimbabwe Engages South Africa Amid Fears of New Attacks

The Zimbabwean authorities have reportedly engaged the South African government seeking assurance over the safety of its nationals based in that country following reports...

Fake Ugandan Doctors Face Jail in South Africa

James Lwanyaga (48) and his friend Paul Linton Ssengoba (47), both Ugandan nationals, were denied bail by the Bafokeng Magistrate’s Court on Friday following...

Women Entrepreneurs Face Tough Realities in DRC – World Bank

 Every morning, a 40-something-year-old woman lays out fish on one of Lake Tanganyika’s beaches. Once it has dried, she will sell it in Kalemie,...