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Chief Justice Chidyausiku dies – Zimbabwe

Chief Justice Chidyausiku dies – Zimbabwe

Chief Justice Chidyausiku died at a South African hospital. Godfrey Guwa Chidyausiku (23 February 1947-3 May 2017) was a Zimbabwean judge and former politician. A close family rel ...

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Kenya Airways introduces Vic Falls flights

Kenya Airways introduces Vic Falls flights

Kenya Airways on Monday became the second airline to introduce direct flights in to Victoria Falls after launching its Nairobi-Victoria Falls-Cape Town route. The new route, which ...

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BP profit beats estimates

BP profit beats estimates

BP reported first-quarter earnings that beat analyst estimates as oil prices climbed and the company continued to cut costs. Profit adjusted for one-time items and inventory chang ...

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Tsepo Tshola pays tribute to Sankomota at Birchwood Jazz Evening

Tsepo Tshola pays tribute to Sankomota at Birchwood Jazz Evening

Baritone Maestro, Tsepo Tshola, will lead an evening honouring his former band, Sankomota, at the next Birchwood Ekurhuleni Comes Alive Jazz Evening on Friday, 5 May at Birchwood ...

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Syngenta and USAID/Feed the Future Invest $1.8 million to help smallholder farmers in Zambia

Syngenta and USAID/Feed the Future Invest $1.8 million to help smallholder farmers in Zambia

Syngenta in Zambia, through its subsidiary MRI Seed, has partnered with the Feed the Future Partnering for Innovation, a United States Agency for International Development (USAID) ...

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Kenyan president announces labour reforms amid August 8 elections

Kenyan president announces labour reforms amid August 8 elections

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced some labour reforms including an increase in minimum wage (10,955 Shillings [$106 USD]) by 18 percent. He also announced to workers o ...

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Burkina Faso government to open over 22,000 public sector vacancies

Burkina Faso government to open over 22,000 public sector vacancies

The Burkinabe government has announced that over 22,700 vacancies will soon be opened for people willing to enter the West African country’s civil service. According to Minister o ...

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Africa’s youngest female PhD graduate is 23

Africa’s youngest female PhD graduate is 23

Musawenkosi Saurombe received her PhD in industrial psychology at the North-West University's (NYU’s) campus in Mahikeng on 25 April 2017. This makes her one of the youngest femal ...

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World Economic Forum live stream

World Economic Forum live stream

Welcome to the World Economic Forum on Africa 2017! The World Economic Forum, committed to improving the state of the world, is the international organization for public-private c ...

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Leadership, inclusiveness to take centre stage at 27th World Economic Forum on Africa

Leadership, inclusiveness to take centre stage at 27th World Economic Forum on Africa

Africa’s imperative to generate truly inclusive economic growth that provides everyone with the same opportunity to prosper and achieve, along with the leadership qualities requir ...

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