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Day: March 27, 2019

Zimbabwe adopts new labour framework to keep abreast with international standards

William Milasi HARARE – The Zimbabwean government and the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency are working towards the creation of a new labour framework which would be in line with international standards. An official revealed this week that government and the…

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Cameroon: U.S. Govt Sanctions Biya Regime

YAOUNDE – Reports from Cameroon say the U.S. has placed sanctions on President Paul Biya’s regime. These sanctions affect over 20 military personnel, civilians, and ministers. They have been banned from entering the U.S, according to Cameroon The names of those…

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First UNHCR aid plane arrives in Mozambique

Our Correspondent MAPUTO – The first of the three planes carrying relief items from the UNHCR, the UN Refugee Agency, landed in Maputo, Mozambique, Wednesday morning to support people affected by Cyclone Idai. The aircraft is one of the three…

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Zim sugar production set for 8% upsurge

Aku Harriet CHIREDZI -Zimbabwe’s sugar output, on an upward trend for the past three years, is set to shoot up again this year, due to a firm capacity utilization programme by both private farmers and sugar milling giant, Tongaat Hulett….

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Cameroon: 500,000 Displaced Urgently Need Humanitarian Aid

Our Correspondent YAOUNDE – The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees this week sent an appeal for stepped up support for half a million displaced people who have grappled with over a year of ongoing violence in different parts of…

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SA soccer legend hails CAF club competitions

SAFA technical director Neil Tovey says CAF club competitions are preparing South African players mentally for tough conditions. Bafana Bafana legend and SAFA Technical Director Neil Tovey says the senior national team’s win under hostile conditions in Tunisia against Libya…

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Release those journalists, Comoros told

Our Correspondent NAIROBI – The Comoros government should immediately release journalists Abdallah Abdou Hassane and Oubeidillah Mchangama, held more than a month in pretrial detention on an array of charges, said the Committee to Protect Journalists earlier this week. The…

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Zimbabwe: Humanitarian crisis set to worsen as Mnangagwa moves to shut down NGOs

Aku Harriet MASVINGO – The Zimbabwean government has given non-governmental organisations operating in the southern parts of the country a two-week ultimatum to shut down or face unspecified action, as President Emmerson Mnangagwa makes good his threat to silence voices…

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