19 C
Cape Town
Saturday, February 24, 2018

Top Headlines

Trending

The Way Forward for Women in Africa Energy Sector

The 2018 Women In Energy Conference, a dynamic interactive side event of the African Energy Indaba (AEI) will take place on the 19th February...

Zuma Digs in, Defies Party Resolution

Pretoria: Under-fire South African President, Jacob Zuma dug in his heels on Wednesday against mounting calls to step down, arguing he has done nothing...

Nigeria Humbled as Morocco Clinches CHAN 2018 Title

Host Morocco lived up to their pre-tournament favourites tag beating Nigeria 4-0 in the final on Sunday at a packed Complexe Mohamed V in...

Zimbabwe Investment to Rise to U.S$2.5 Billion in 2018

The Zimbabwe Investment Authority (Zia) has projected investment to rise to $2.5 billion this year compared to $1.52 billion recorded in the prior year. The...

Sport news

Zimbabwe Lifts Ban on Censored Documentary

Harare - A Zimbabwean court on has  lifted a ban, which had been imposed by the government on the screening of ‘Democrats’, a documentary...

Zimbabwe Must Clear Debt First Before Bailout -IMF

Harare: THE International Monetary Fund (IMF) has said Zimbabwe can only expect a financial bailout to stabilize its troubled economy only after clearing arrears...

Zimbabwe Illegal Miners Arrested in Mozambique

The Mozambican police on Friday seized 28 explosive charges used in illegal mining, mostly for gold, in the Nhatsacara area, in Barue district, in...

Tanzania President Magufuli Fumes After Stray Bullet Kills Student

SIX police officers and 40 civilians have been arrested as President John Magufuli yesterday demanded thorough investigation on the National Institute of Transport (NIT)...