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South Africa Remembers Miners Killed at Marikana

Government joins the nation in commemorating the tragic Marikana incidents which occurred six years ago on 16 August 2012. The tragic death of 44...

UN Security Council Urged to Impose Arms Embargo on South Sudan

Juba: As the UN Security Council meets today to review measures aimed at bringing long-overdue peace and stability to South Sudan, Amnesty International is...

South Sudan Ill-Treats, Tortures, Political Detainees to Death – Amnesty International

Juba: SOUTH Sudanese authorities have been accused of arbitrarily arresting, detaining, ill-treating and torturing political detainees to the point of death, according to Amnesty...

Rwanda, Mozambique Investors Sign Business Deal

Rwanda Private Sector Federation (PSF) and the Mozambique Confederation of Economic Association have signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) that will strengthen trade relations...

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Opposition Cry Foul Over ‘Manipulated’ Zimbabwe Voters’ Roll

The main opposition party - Movement for Democratic Party- has claimed it has unearthed gross errors after its audit of the country's voters' roll...

Cape Town Hosts Aviation Conference

Cape Town Air Access Team extends a warm welcome to 250 delegates from across the globe, as specialists in the aviation sector gather in...

South Sudan Humanitarian Situation Getting Worse – UN

Geneva: UNITED Nations Emergency relief chief has said the South Sudanese people are suffering “on an imaginable scale” as famine and civil war stalks...

Mozambique: Foreign Workers in Permit Dilemma

Maputo: THE Mozambican Ministry of Labour, Employment and Social Security (MITESS) has refused requests to hire foreign workers presented by from 362 companies over...