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Daily Archives: April 5, 2016

WHO coordinating vaccination of contacts to contain Ebola flare-up in Guinea

WHO coordinating vaccination of contacts to contain Ebola flare-up in Guinea

Hundreds of people who may have been in contact with eight individuals infected with Ebola virus in Guinea’s southern prefectures of Nzérékoré and Macenta have been vaccinated wit ...

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Zim trio features in Nigerian movie

Zim trio features in Nigerian movie

Three Zimbabweans have featured in a Nigerian short film Middleman, by London-based Ceeander Entertainment. The trio, Tatenda Jamera, Simba Tagz and Tatenda Kamera, were hired as ...

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Japan-Zimbabwe extend bilateral, business relations

Japan-Zimbabwe extend bilateral, business relations

On Monday Shinzo Abe, Prime Minister of Japan, held a summit meeting with Robert Gabriel Mugabe, President of Zimbabwe, who was paying an Official Working Visit to Japan. After th ...

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Orange invests in African e-commerce leader Africa Internet Group

Orange invests in African e-commerce leader Africa Internet Group

Orange has announced the acquisition of a 75 million-euro equity interest in Africa Internet Group, joining AXA, Goldman Sachs and longstanding investors MTN Group, Millicom and R ...

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The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition

The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition

The Royal Commonwealth Society has a rich history of nurturing the creative talents of young people around the Commonwealth, promoting literacy and expression by celebrating excel ...

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The volatility of the rand – what are the implications for average consumers

The volatility of the rand – what are the implications for average consumers

Ten months ago, in June 2015, there were reports that the rand had breached the psychological level of R12.50 to the dollar and R19.22 to the pound. Similarly, in May 2013, there ...

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African proverb of the day 05/04/2016

African proverb of the day 05/04/2016

One who causes others misfortune also teaches them wisdom. African proverb ...

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African governments aren’t taxing the rich. Why they should

African governments aren’t taxing the rich. Why they should

A great deal of attention has been paid to the obstacles African governments face in effectively taxing the profits of transnational corporations. African governments are frequent ...

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African Ministers of Energy set to meet to discuss power opportunities

African Ministers of Energy set to meet to discuss power opportunities

Over 130 speakers to date have confirmed to attend the 18th annual Africa Energy Forum (AEF), taking place in London this year from 22-24th June. Widely considered the meeting pla ...

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