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Monthly Archives: March 2016

Tanzania can’t stop child labour without fixing its school system

Tanzania can’t stop child labour without fixing its school system

Children are particularly vulnerable to being forced into labour, trafficked from rural areas to cities and then trafficked again within cities. They can’t communicate assertively ...

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USAID donates vehicles and equipment to smallholder farmers in Ghana

USAID donates vehicles and equipment to smallholder farmers in Ghana

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) presented three Toyota Hilux pickup vehicles and 41 desktop computers to the Savanna Agricultural Research Institute ...

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Old Mutual Zim reports solid results

Old Mutual Zim reports solid results

Decent performance by its life business as well as the banking unit saw Old Mutual Zimbabwe report a strong set of results for the year to end-December 2015. Speaking at an analys ...

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Zuma must pay back the money

Zuma must pay back the money

President Jacob Zuma was ordered to pay back state money used on his rural home upgrades on Thursday in a unanimous judgment by the Constitutional Court. The judgement shows that ...

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Adapt or die

Adapt or die

One of the biggest uncertainties for companies in today’s world is not a threat of a hostile takeover, illegal labour, unrest nor the loss of business as a result of an act of ter ...

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Central African Republic President sworn in

Central African Republic President sworn in

Former Central African Republic Prime Minister, Faustin-Archange Touadera, was inaugurated yesterday, Wednesday, as president following his victory in the 14 February presidential ...

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African dishes: Kapenta stew

African dishes: Kapenta stew

Kapenta is the Zambian name given to the Tanganyika sardine found in the Zambezi and other rivers of Zambia. It is also known as Matemba in Zimbabwe. Why not try our simple, quick ...

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Kenya-Tanzania relations spoiled by crude pipeline confusion

Kenya-Tanzania relations spoiled by crude pipeline confusion

The friction between Kenya and Tanzania could widen following Uganda’s indecisive position on the US$4 billion crude oil pipeline. There have been parallel meetings which seems li ...

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Mokoomba graces Harlem

Mokoomba graces Harlem

In the heart of Harlem (US) lies one of the most important entertainment venues in the world, the legendary Apollo Theatre. This is not only a respected stage essential to African ...

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Fastjet introduces Victoria Falls – Johannesburg flights

Fastjet introduces Victoria Falls – Johannesburg flights

Fastjet Zimbabwe says it has started servicing the Victoria Falls-Johannesburg route in response to strong demand from passengers and tour operators from the South African market. ...

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