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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.

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...

Malawian Prophet Bushiri Spends Another Weekend in Jail

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UK Raises Alarm Over Looting in Zimbabwe – Video

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Africa: Youths Can be Drivers of Change, Development

This year, Africa Youth Day will be celebrated throughout November under the theme: “Youth Voices, Actions, Engagement: ‘Building a better Africa’.”

Zimbabwe: Youths Push for a Voice in Parliament

Harare: Zimbabwe' Parliamentary committee on Youth, Sport, Arts and Recreation is studying a petition by the youth demanding...

South Africa Introduces Wildlife Zones to Save Rhino

Seven Integrated Wildlife Zones are being introduced across South Africa to protect the country’s rhino. 

Senegal: Sahel Pastoralists Get World Bank Boost in The Face of Climate Change

Sahel: One morning in February, in Kaffrine Region, Senegal, Kaffia Diallo emerged from her tent. She is happy;...

Matchbox Feeds Hundreds of Children in South African Townships – Photos

Matchbox-Africa, together with its partners, continues to embark on a feeding scheme which will see more than a...

Sudan Floods Leave Thousands Stranded

Khartoum: A third Emirati aircraft carrying aid from the Emirates Red Crescent, ERC, arrived in Khartoum on...