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Moti Group to Expand Operations in Zimbabwe

The African Chrome Fields company (AFC) has confirmed plans to increase foothold in Zimbabwe by expanding into gold and diamond mining. The company which braved...

South Africa Probes Graft at State-Owned Enterprises

Parliament – The Portfolio Committee on Public Enterprises resumed its inquiry on Eskom on Wednesday, into the mismanagement of state funds in state-owned enterprises. Former Eskom...

Botswana Hangs Prisoner

Gaborone: A 28 year old Botswana prisoner on death row has been executed by Botswana prison authorities – the first execution in two years. ...

South Africa Committed to Intra-African Investment

South Africa remains committed to intra-African investment, says Trade and Invest Africa (TIA) head, Lerato Mataboge. Speaking at a networking session on Monday, Mataboge assured...

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Botswana and Namibia Sign Boundary Treaty

Botswana President, Ian Khama and his Namibian counterpart, Hage Geingob have signed a boundary treaty to regulate the free movement of their nationals and...

Grace Mugabe to Appear in Court Over Fake PhD

Harare: Zimbabwe’s former First Lady, Grace Mugabe is set to be dragged to court over a 'fake' PhD degree awarded to her in 2014...

Cape Town Water Crisis to Affect Sporting Activities

The City of Cape Town has once again started engaging with sporting federations on the use of sports fields amid the worsening drought crisis,...

Namibia: No Foreign Trips for Ministers, Govt Officials

WINDHOEK – President Dr Hage Geingob has issued a directive banning public officials from all foreign business travel for a month. In a press statement...