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Zimbabwe Maintains Donkey Abattoir Ban

Harare: Zimbabwe has maintained its stance not to licence donkey abattoir operations citing lack of an enabling law. (adsbygoogle =...

South Africa: ‘Land Shall be Shared’

President Cyril Ramaphosa told congregants at the centenary celebrations of the Afrikanerbond that land needs to be shared in order to reduce poverty and...

Ruling Party Youths Vow to Defend President Mnangagwa

Harare: Zimbabwe’s ruling party Zanu PF youths have vowed to sacrifice their lives acting as human shields to protect President Emmerson Mnangagwa who survived...

U.S Based Woman Contests Nigerian Presidency

Lagos: A United States based hospitality manager has declared interest to contest Nigeria’s 2019 presidential elections. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...

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Cameroon Army Accused of Killing Women, Children

Amnesty International International rights group, Amnesty International (AI), says personnel of the Cameroonian army are responsible for the extrajudicial execution of two women and...

Massive Turn-Out as Zimbabwe Opposition March For Fair Elections

Thousands of opposition supporters took to the streets of Harare demanding fair elections amid allegations of gross irregularities in the voters' roll ahead of...

South Africa Urged to Intervene in Zimbabwe

Pretoria: SOUTH Africa’s opposition Democratic Alliance (DA) has urged the ruling ANC government to intervene in neighbouring Zimbabwe following a crackdown on that country’s...

South Africa: Refugees March for Their Rights

“Give us papers. Refugees are not criminals,” chanted a group of approximately 60 refugee representatives marching to Parliament in Cape Town on Wednesday asking...