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14 September, 2016
Godfrey Mutizwa in his article titled, ‘Zimbabwe’s child marriages on the rise as food runs short’, says food is becoming scarce in large parts of rural Zimbabwe after rains failed for a second season, compounding living conditions in an economy that’s contracting with just a fifth of workers in
14 September, 2016
According to Brett Chulu, the immediate impact of Brexit has come by way of the depreciation of the British pound (GBP) against the dollar.
14 September, 2016
Three of the five priorities set by the African Development Bank (AfDB) as part of its Ten Year Strategy were at the centre of discussions between representatives of the institution and members of West African civil society.
14 September, 2016
Zimbabwean government has spent nearly US$43 million compensating white commercial farmers whose farms were acquired during the country's land reform programme.
14 September, 2016
Home Affairs Minister, Malusi Gigaba, has announced that controversial United States pastor, Steven Anderson, will not be permitted to visit South Africa.
14 September, 2016
Non-governmental organisation’s (NGOs) call for the termination of hunting captive-bred lions has been accepted in IUCN and acknowledged by the South African government during the World Conservation Congress in Hawaii.
14 September, 2016
According to an article titled ‘Only Africans can deliver inclusive justice’ by Vusi Gumede, the recent local government election surprised many who were not paying attention, but the results were largely predictable.
14 September, 2016
Minister of Environmental Affairs, Edna Molewa, says there are promising signs that rhino poaching is now on a downward trend in South Africa.
14 September, 2016
If the Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (OUTA) is so confident “that the e-toll system is unlawful” why won’t it “guarantee the outcome of any legal matter”?
7 September, 2016
According to newspaper reports, at least 2 600 people have fled unrest in Mozambique and are now living in makeshift camps in Chipinge district of south-eastern Zimbabwe where food is running short.
7 September, 2016
The South African National Parks has used the R250 million donated by American philanthropist and businessman, Howard G Buffet, to help boost measures to protect the Kruger National Park (KNP) from poachers.
7 September, 2016
G20 leaders have vowed to remove trade barriers and set the global economy on growth path.
7 September, 2016
Zimbabwe’s Civil Service Commission chairperson, Dr Mariyawanda Nzuwah, racked up a cellphone bill of US$200 000 while on a month-long foreign trip.
7 September, 2016
Zimbabwe's Human Rights Commission (ZHRC) has accused the police of brutality and violating the rights of protesters when clamping down on anti-government demonstrations in the last two months.
7 September, 2016
Leonie Wagner and Graeme Hosken, in their article titled ‘Corporate conspiracy driving poverty’, argue that greedy businessmen in collusion and running cartels are driving millions of people into poverty.

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