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Dhlakama’s Son to Run for Mozambique Presidency

Henriques Dhakama, the oldest son of Afonso Dhlakama, the late leader of Mozambique’s main opposition party, Renamo, has...

Malnutrition, Disease Threaten Displaced Children in Mozambique

Approximately 250,000 children have been displaced by the escalating crisis in Mozambique’s northern province of Cabo Delgado and are now at risk...

Zimbabwean Immigrants and Sex Work in Botswana

Zimbabwean-born Kethiwe Mbali lost her parents in 2009 when she was 19 years old. Now aged 31, and a single mother Mbali escaped the shackles of poverty in Zimbabwe and now lives and works in Gaborone – as a sex worker.

Top Journalist, Activist Arrested Ahead of Planned Protests in Zimbabwe

Authorities in Zimbabwe are continuing their crackdown on dissent with the arrest of a prominent journalist, who...

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Multinationals Recognising Value of Local Currency Funding in Africa

Multinational organisations, which have long relied on dollar- or euro-based funding when doing business in Africa, are increasingly adding local...

South Africa Mourns Mandela’s Daughter Zindzi

Mandela Foundation heartbroken at the news of the passing of Zindzi Mandela. We have been...

Zimbabwe Extends School Holidays After Covid-19 Surge

Authorities in Harare have delayed the opening of schools due after the country registered a sharp rise in covid-19 infections.

Mozambique: Displaced People Get UN Boost

Maputo: The United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) has appealed for nearly US$20million to meet the most basic needs of displaced people in...