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Public-Private Partnerships Drive Africa’s Infrastructure Development

Johannesburg - Despite the perception that Africa is poor, the continent is rich with opportunity and there is enough private sector money to partner...

Wayde VAN Niekerk Scoops Silver as Botswana’s Makwala Flops

Ramil Guliyev earned the latest surprise victory of a World Championships that have produced more than their fair share of unheralded winners as he...

SADC Should Recommit to Human Rights Protection – Rights Group

Johannesburg –The Southern African Development Community (SADC) should use the opportunity of its 25th anniversary to reaffirm its commitment to improve respect for human...

President Kenyatta Takes Early Lead As Poll Results Trickle in

NAIROBI – Results for the presidential election are trickling in from 40,883 polling stations across the country, following the closure of polling centres at...

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Zambian Opposition Leader Hichilema Freed

Opposition United Party for National Development (UPND) president Hakainde Hichilema has finally walked to freedom after having spent about four months behind bars. Supporters of...

Zimbabwe: Oliver Mtukudzi Drops Sam Mataure as Manager

Zimbabwe’s Music Superstar Oliver Mtukudzi has reportedly dropped veteran drummer and  long time band manager, Sam Mataure. Tuku Music posted on facebook that, “Mr Sam...

Angola Bans Protests Ahead of Elections

The Angolan government has moved to ban protests and demonstrations ahead of parliamentary elections. In a document distributed to the media, the Ministry of the...

Poisoning Scare: Mugabe’s Deputy Mnangagwa Flown to S.A

Zimbabwe's Deputy President Emmerson Mnangagwa was on Sunday flown to South Africa to seek further medical treatment for suspected food poisoning, reports said. According to...