Monday, 19 August 2019

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Zimbabwe wants to sell $300 million ivory to fund conservation

Zimbabwe wants to sell $300 million ivory to fund conservation

Zimbabwe has become the latest Southern African nation to take on elephant conservationists, by demanding it is allowed to sell its stockpile of ivory to raise money for conservat ...

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China’s defends its agenda for Kenya

China’s defends its agenda for Kenya

The Chinese government says it will not monopolise limelight as Kenya’s biggest development partner, amid criticism on mounting debt. At a function in Nairobi on Thursday, Chinese ...

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Zimbabwe plans to increase maize imports

Zimbabwe plans to increase maize imports

Zimbabwe’s government plans to boost corn imports as hostile weather cuts the southern African nation’s harvest. The country’s Grain Marketing Board will float an international te ...

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South African rand falls to its lowest in 2019

South African rand falls to its lowest in 2019

South Africa’s rand fell early on Thursday to its lowest this year. This comes as a dispute within the ruling African National Congress over the central bank weakened demand. At 0 ...

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African Union suspends Sudan, demands civilian government

African Union suspends Sudan, demands civilian government

The African Union Peace and Security Council on Thursday took a resolution to suspend Sudan from activities of the continental body, until the ongoing political crisis is resolved ...

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Mr Price shares rocket as sales exceed R20 billion

Mr Price shares rocket as sales exceed R20 billion

Mr Price's share price gained as much as 11.91 percent on Friday after the retailer announced that its sales exceeded R20 billion for the first time in the year to the end of Marc ...

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Peter Mutharika sworn in – Malawi

Peter Mutharika sworn in – Malawi

The Kamuzu Stadium in Blantyre, Malawi was flocked with hundreds of people on Tuesday, who attended the swearing-in ceremony of President Peter Mutharika. Taking his oath of offic ...

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Desegregation of African Culture and Traditions

Desegregation of African Culture and Traditions

Today is Africa Day. It commemorates the day when the Organisation of Africa Unity (OAU) was born in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia in 1963 in what could be regarded as the first summit of ...

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Botswana lifts elephant hunting ban

Botswana lifts elephant hunting ban

The Botswana government said it carried out extensive consultations before making the decision to lift its ban on hunting. The country is a sanctuary for around 130,000 elephants ...

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Dumiso Dabengwa Zimbabwe’s ‘Black Russian’ freedom fighter dies

Dumiso Dabengwa Zimbabwe’s ‘Black Russian’ freedom fighter dies

Dumiso Dabengwa, a Zimbabwean politician and a former spy chief for freedom fighters in the war against white-minority rule, has died aged 79. Nicknamed the “Black Russian” - as h ...

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