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South Africa approves plan to deal with hate crimes

PRETORIA – Racists, homophobes, sexist and xenophobes beware. Cabinet has recently approved the National Action Plan (NAP) that will combat hate crimes such as racism, racial discrimination xenophobia and other issues of intolerance. According to the Department of Justice and…

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Sudan’s Bashir steps down

(Nyamilepedia) – Sudanese President, Omar Hassan Ahmed Al-Bashir on Friday stepped down as the leader of the ruling National Congress Party (NCP). The decision which pave way for Al-Bashir’s departure from the leadership of the country is the latest development in…

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A quarter of Zimbabwean children drop out of school

HARARE – ATLEAST 25 percent of Zimbabwean children of school going age are out of the classroom because of continued shortage of teachers, disability and other related socio-economic factors. This was revealed by Zimbabwe Teachers Association (ZIMTA) chief executive officer…

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Court Declares Deportation Of Cameroonians From Nigeria Illegal

ABUJA – The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja this week declared as illegal and unconstitutional, the deportation of 47 Cameroonians from Nigeria on January 26, 2018. A key Cameroonian separatist leader, Julius Ayuk Tabe, and 46 others were deported…

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One day of rolling blackouts costs SA economy up to R3bn

JOHANNESBURG – Just one day of rolling black outs costs the country’s economy up to R3 billion, says Bonang Mohale, CEO of Business Leadership SA. Mohale was addressing a group of Stellenbosch University alumni at an event in Cape Town…

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Civil servants demand $3k salary

HARARE – Zimbabwean teachers’ unions yesterday said they were planning to go on strike if government does not urgently revise their salaries, as frustrated civil servants demanded a minimum of $3 000 per month after the central bank last week…

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Buhari warns next four years will be tough

LAGOS – President Muhammadu Buhari says the new four-year mandate given to his administration by Nigerians will be tough as he pursues his campaign promises of securing the country, transforming the economy and the fight against corruption. The President stated…

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30,000 Nigerians return to town targeted by Boko Haram

GENEVA – An estimated 30,000 Nigerians have returned since Tuesday from Cameroon to the flashpoint town of Rann, which has been targeted repeatedly by Boko Haram militants this year, the U.N. refugee agency said in an emailed comment to Reuters…

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Soldier jailed for breaking into Mugabe’s Blue Roof

HARARE – A Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) solder has been sentenced to 16 months’ imprisonment for illegally entering former president Robert Mugabe’s Blue Roof mansion in Harare’s Borrowdale area. Gunman Ngonidzashe Kapasura, 26, and accomplice Raymond Chahwanda, 23, were jailed…

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Zanu PF Women’s League tells Mugabe to shut up

HARARE – Zimbabwe’s ruling Zanu PF hit-back against former president Robert Mugabe continued Thursday with the Women’s League saying the nonagenarian should desist from political commentary and concentrate on playing with his grandchildren. “He (Mugabe) should stay at the blue…

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