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Japan, UNIDO sign US$1,8 million funding deal for SA’s Bioplastic project

Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG – The Government of Japan and the United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) have signed a funding agreement for a project to support a transition from conventional plastics to sustainable alternatives in South Africa. The Government of…

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Zimbabwe: Land disputes, evictions disrupt farming operations

MARONDERA: Farm ownership disputes in several farms in Mashonaland East are disrupting farming operations with government officials accused of fueling the disturbances including evictions. The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has since moved in and opened investigations into the operations of…

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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa claims new British govt ready to open discussions on land compensation

HARARE – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government is willing to re-open discussions on land compensation with Zimbabwe, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has claimed. Mnangagwa told journalists during his State visit to Namibia last week that Zimbabwe has no regrets on…

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Nigerian schoolgirl abducted by Boko Haram allegedly dies in captivity

Leah Sharibu begged the Nigerian president to secure her release. On July 18, Nigerian aid worker Gace Taku and her colleagues with Action Against Hunger, a nongovernmental organization, were kidnapped by Boko Haram, an ISIS-affiliated militant group. In this video, Taku’s testimony…

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Video of the military using violent methods divides public opinion and highlights gravity of the attacks in northern Mozambique

Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province has been hit by extremist attacks since 2017. A video being shared on social media (WARNING: graphic imagery) shows men dressed in the uniform of the Armed Defence Forces of Mozambique (FADM) torturing and humiliating a presumed civilian….

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From Nigeria to Zanzibar: How Africa quietly played a critical role in US moon landing

Satellite stations in Africa were vital links to outer space. On July 9, 1969, Apollo 11 made world history when it landed on the moon. But to this day, few people know about the space stations in Kano, northern Nigeria,…

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Lost your Zimbabwean passport? You may be lucky, so check your name below.

Staff Reporter JOHANNESBURG – What is a newspaper of the people without doing community service for its readers? If you lost your Zimbabwean and your name is included in the list below, may you please urgently call or send a…

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Zimbabwe Warriors Captain, Knowledge Musona’s Belgium future in doubt

Former Kaizer Chiefs striker Knowledge Musona is back in Belgium to start training with his club Anderlecht FC after featuring at the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt. The Belgian football giants are expected to make a decision on the…

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Beji Caid Essebsi: Tunisian president dies aged 92

TUNIS – Tunisia’s first freely elected President, Beji Caid Essebsi, has died aged 92, the country’s presidency says. He was the world’s oldest sitting president. He was admitted to hospital on Wednesday but officials did not say why he was…

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The fight against corruption needs each one of us to act with integrity at all times, and to be both responsible and honest citizens

By Phumla Williams The topic of corruption and its prevalence in society always elicit passionate responses.  Corruption is a global phenomenon yet it often hits home at individual level and can have a devastating effect on African Communities throughout, from…

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