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Month: June 2019

Calculators out as Zimbabwe go into today’s Afcon match with their backs against the wall

Stewart Musarapasi Zimbabwe go into today’s African Cup on Nations match against the Democratic Republic of Congo with their backs against the wall, after The Warriors failed to kill off the game against the Cranes of Uganda Monday. Had Zimbabwe…

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Five questions on the crisis in Ethiopia

AFP Addis Ababa: Ethiopia’s army chief, the president of Amhara state and three other top officials have been killed in two separate attacks. While the government has said the attacks took place within the context of an attempted coup in…

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World Bank avails US$500 million to boost Morocco’s education program

Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG – The World Bank has announced a new US$500 million program to boost Morocco’s efforts to expand access to quality preprimary education, significantly enhancing teachers’ skills and competencies, and strengthening the governance of the sector. Building on…

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Global Fund praises Botswana’s latest move to uphold rights of LGBT people

Staff Reporter GABORONE – The landmark ruling in which the High Court of Botswana – meant to remove legal provisions that have been blamed for discrimination and violence against lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people, has won praise from the…

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Volkswagen Group grooms new generation of South African entrepreneurs

Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG – Volkswagen Group South Africa has, in partnership with the Young Entrepreneurs organisation, this week presented a holiday programme aimed at grooming the youth in entrepreneurship. This came as the VWSA’s Community Trust hosted a four-day entrepreneurship…

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Sudan must end repression, give monitors access, U.N. rights boss says

GENEVA (Reuters) – Sudanese authorities must grant human rights monitors access to the country and end “repression” against protesters and restore the country’s Internet, U.N. human rights boss Michelle Bachelet said on Monday. Her office had received reports that more…

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Public protector shares Maimane’s original letter in Ramaphosa investigation

According to Mkhwebane, the Supreme Court of Appeal has empowered her to look beyond the scope of the DA leader’s concerns. In response to the Democratic Alliance’s (DA) claims that they didn’t ask Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to investigate President…

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Joburg to switch off water for 54 hours starting Monday next week

Johannesburg will shut off its water supply for more than two days from Monday June 24, the city said on Tuesday. “ Rand Water, which is our main bulk water supplier, is planning a major shutdown that will affect all…

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Cameroon: Journalist detained on criminal defamation and false news charges

Staff Reporter YAOUNDE -The Committee to Protect Journalists this week called on Cameroonian authorities to immediately release journalist Paul Chouta and drop criminal defamation and false news charges levelled against him. On May 28, in the Cameroonian capital of Yaounde,…

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Chris Anu relieved of his duties as Ambazonian Secretary of State for Communications and Information Technology

Staff Reporter JOHANNESURG – The movement fighting for the freedom of the South Cameroons, also known as the Federal Republic of Ambazonia, has relieved its Secretary of State for Communications and Information Technology of his duties. In a statement released…

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