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Cape Town’s Transport Woes Hit Commuters

It’s a nightmare start to 2020 for thousands of long-suffering Cape Town commuters, with Metrorail’s Central Line and the MyCiTi N2 bus...

Thousands Stranded After Floods in South Sudan

JUBA - Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) has launched emergency assessments in the east and northeast of South Sudan where severe flooding has...

Renewed Attacks in Northern Mozambique

Islamist terrorists massacred between 50 and 70 people in Muidumbe district, in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo...

How Technology is Aiding the Covid-19 Fight in Africa

CIPESA: As the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) continues to spread globally, various African governments have imposed sweeping measures such...

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Africa: Covid-19 Hits Media Industry

Harare: THE media in Southern Africa has over the years been facing a myriad of problems such as...

How Education is Saving Lives in Zimbabwe

Harare : St Martin’s Primary School in Nyandoro Village, Zimbabwe, is full of energy with 140 students regularly attending classes given by...

South Africa Rolls Out a Massive Support Package

President Cyril Ramaphosa has announced a R500 Billion stimulus package, which amounts to 10% of South Africa's GDP,...

Leaders, Business Urged to Act Against Violence on Women

Cape Town: Spiraling levels of violence against women in Africa require immediate action from governments and businesses, including tangible measures to...