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Rights Group Urges Malawi to Protect Albinos

Lilongwe: The Malawian authorities must urgently overhaul the criminal justice system to protect people with albinism, who face the persistent threat of being killed...

Mozambique Inks Loan Deal With AfDB

Maputo: THE Mozambican government and the African Development Bank (AfDB) on Monday signed agreements worth US$22.3 million to rehabilitate dams and promote agricultural business. ...

Unregistered Doctors a Danger to Public Health in Mozambique

Thirty-four percent of the doctors in Mozambique are not registered to practice, the Order of Doctors’ chairperson António Zacarias told the second congress...

South Africa Reiterates Support for Zimbabwe

President Cyril Ramaphosa has reiterated South Africa’s commitment to work with Zimbabwe in addressing the socio-economic challenges experienced by the two neighbouring...

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Mugabe’s Commonwealth Pull-Out Costs Top Boxer

Harare: Zimbabwe’s heavyweight cage fighter, Elvis “Bomber” Moyo, has lost the right to fight Commonwealth champion, Britain’s Joe Joyce because the country is not...

U.S Issues Travel Warning to Zimbabwe

Harare: The United States has issued a travel warning to Zimbabwe citing heightened political tensions in the country ahead of the July 30 elections. ...

Zimbabwe Exported Nearly 100 Elephants

Harare: Zimbabwe exported ninety-seven baby elephants to Chinese and Dubai zoos and safari parks between 2012 and 2018, some of which offer...

Barclays Bank Rebrands, Changes Name

Barclays Africa Group Limited and originally Amalgamated Banks of South Africa, has changed the brand name of Barclays Bank to ABSA in the markets...