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Day: April 4, 2019

African airlines traffic records 2.5% profits, but business conditions remain challenging: IATA

Almot Maqolo HARARE – The International Air Transport Association (IATA) saidAfrican airline’s traffic rose 2.5% in February 2019, compared to thesame period last year, but business conditions remained challenging formany airlines in the region, slowing down the growth trajectory. However,…

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Armed men raid Somalia’s Universal TV, fire guns in station

Nairobi – Authorities in Somalia should urgently investigate an attack on the privately-owned station Universal TV and hold those responsible to account, the Committee to Protect Journalists said Wednesday. Ten armed individuals, including nine in police uniform, who claimed to be…

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Cameroon: Farmers spice up earnings with forest-friendly foods

Elias Ntungwe Ngalame Mbalmayo, Cameroon — A government programme is providing training and funds to help farmers process and package local spices and herbs, boosting their incomes and protecting forests Lucy Muke, a farmer in Mbalmayo in south-central Cameroon, pointed…

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Senele Mbatha appointed new Discovery Vitality CFO

Discovery Vitality has appointed former AIG CFO Senele Mbatha as its new CFO from April. Former American International Group Inc (AIG) CFO Senele Mbatha has joined the Discovery Group as the CFO of Discovery Vitality as of April.  Senele, a chartered accountant, held several senior positions at AIG,…

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South Africa: Why PSL is changing kickoff times for afternoon matches

Sports Reporter JOHANNESBURG – The South African Premier Soccer League has changed kickoff times for both Absa Premiership and National First Division afternoon matches, effective this weekend. The PSL said in a statement Thursday that afternoon matches, which used to…

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Zimbabwe’s public media too obsessed with politics to cover climate change, charge church leaders

Clayton Masekesa MUTARE – Zimbabwe’s church leaders this week accused the country’s public media of obsessing over partisan politics at the expense of covering climate change topics. During a climate change church leaders’ conference held in the eastern border town…

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Forgive me for my failures, pleads Algeria’s outgoing President

Outgoing Algerian President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has asked his country for “forgiveness” in a letter published by the Algerian Press Service. The president, who has been in power for 20 years, said he was “proud” of his contributions but realised he…

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South Africa: Why ANC’s ‘rotten apples’ will not make it to parliament, cabinet

JOHANNESBURG – Senior leaders within the ANC are placing their trust on the integrity commission’s might to remove delinquent candidates from its national and provincial lists.  The integrity commission, which investigates those who bring the party into disrepute, has, however,…

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Zimbabwe tobacco auction rakes in US$1.78 million as deliveries continue to improve

Almot Maqolo HARARE – Cumulative tobacco deliveries at the Zimbabwe’s three auction floors hit one million kilograms Wednesday – day 10 of the sales period, raking in $1.78 million as deliveries continued their slow surge, official data showed. It was…

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