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4 weeks ago | September 23, 2020

300 000 flee homes in Mozambique

MAPUTO. — Escalating conflict and a deteriorating food security situation have forced over 300 000 people to flee their ...

1 month ago | September 21, 2020

Kenya closes tourist camp disrupting game migration

NAIROBI. — Kenyan authorities have ordered the closure of a tourist camp built in the Masai Mara that blocked ...

1 month ago | September 18, 2020

JUST-IN: No crisis in Zimbabwe – President

President Mnangagwa has shot down claims of a prevailing crisis in the country and thanked Zimbabweans for remaining ...

JUST IN: SA border opening to boost business

The impending resumption of cross-border passenger traffic by Zimbabwe and South Africa through Beitbridge may allow ...

1 month ago | September 16, 2020

Understanding the ILO Convention on Violence and Harassment (No. 190)

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) is the international body that prescribes best practices in labour law.

1 month ago | September 14, 2020

Dozens feared dead in DRC mine collapse

KAMITUGA. —Rescuers are digging through rubble after a gold mine collapsed in the Democratic Republic of Congo, leaving ...

Uganda, Tanzania sign US$3.5bn oil deal

NAIROBI. — Tanzania and Uganda signed an agreement yesterday paving the way for the construction of a crude oil pipeline ...

Opposition rejects Mali proposal

BAMAKO. — The opposition coalition which led mass protests in Mali ahead of last month’s coup has rejected a transition ...

1 month ago | September 9, 2020

Walvis Bay to recycle waste water for drinking

WINDHOEK. — WALVIS Bay’s municipality has launched a feasibility study to appoint a competing agent and transactional ...

1 month ago | September 7, 2020

Urgently collect illicit weapons: AU

ADDIS ABABA. — The African Union (AU) Commission on Saturday disclosed an urgent need to collect illicit weapons in ...

2 months ago | September 2, 2020

Tshisekedi-Kabila tensions threaten to boil over

KINSHASA. — Since early 2019, the Democratic Republic of Congo has been governed by an uneasy coalition built around ...

Eskom warns of more blackouts

PRETORIA. — South Africa’s power utility Eskom said yesterday that they are well and truly under pressure to provide the ...

Call for solidarity with Mozambique

Dar es Salaam. — The Southern African People’s Solidarity Network (SAPSN) has called upon peace-loving citizens in the ...

2 months ago | September 1, 2020

Ramaphosa takes off gloves in graft fight

JOHANNESBURG. — President Cyril Ramaphosa announced yesterday that the National Executive Committee (NEC) of the African ...

Namibian police ready to enforce Covid-19 curfew

Windhoek. — Police chief Sebastian Ndeitunga has called on members of the public to cooperate with law enforcement in ...