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Covid-19 Kills Top Politicians in Madagascar

Fano Rasolo: The Covid-19 continues to claim lives. Every day, more deaths are recorded everywhere in the capital, linked...

Remembering The Man who Changed the Face of Tennis in Zimbabwe

Katz, who died on 23 June 2020 at the age of 63 after a nine-year battle with cancer,...

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;...

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.

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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...

French Mobile Device Manufacturer Crosscall Eyes African Market

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({}); French mobile device manufacturer Crosscall has been...

Resurgent Leeroy Kamusena Finds New Love in Cape Town #BoyzDzeSmoko

Leeroy Kamusena Lunga, who is one of the two last men standing (the other being Lucky Mumuriki) from...

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.