December 15 Declared Mandela Burial Day

By Correspondent , 07 , Dec 2013


By Nomore Chinoda President Jacob Zuma on Friday announced that the icon and former South Africa President Nelson Mandela who died on December 5 will be laid to rest in .. Read More →

Zimbabwe Military College Largest Investment Military Base

By Correspondent , 06 , Dec 2013


By Stanley Karombo A US$ 98 million military college in Mazowe – about 15 km east of the capital Harare, is regarded as the largest investment in a military base .. Read More →

Zimbabwe State TV Fails To Pay Workers

By Correspondent , 06 , Dec 2013


Harare (AFP) - Zimbabwe's state broadcaster has debts of more than $44 million and has failed to pay its workers for the past six months, the government said Thursday, a .. Read More →

Zuma Announces Mandela`s Death

By Correspondent , 05 , Dec 2013


Johannesburg (AFP) - 1657 GMT: South African President Jacob Zuma addressed the nation to inform them of the passing of Nelson Mandela at 95 years old. A sombre Zuma said, .. Read More →

Zim Minister Launches Bee Keeping And Processing Centre

By Correspondent , 05 , Dec 2013


By Martin Muleya Honde valley community has already set the ZIMASSET gear in motion through the launch of the Nyahari honey processing centre, a development that has seen the proceeds .. Read More →

A Decade Without water

By Correspondent , 05 , Dec 2013


By Michael Chingarande Zimbabwean residents in the high density suburb of Mabvuku in Harare continue to endure decades of no water supply and frequent long-queues at boreholes and wells . .. Read More →

Residents In Central African Republic Flee Violence

By Correspondent , 04 , Dec 2013


Damara (Central African Republic) (AFP) - The dusty road that leads from the Central African town of Damara to the capital some 75 kilometres (45 miles) away is filled with .. Read More →

Poultry Imports Killing Dar Es Salaam Chicken Farms

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2013


Poultry farmers in Tanzania’s urban areas are most affected because they rear exotic chicken breeds and that puts them in direct competition with mass producers in North and South America .. Read More →

Kabila In Uganda For Stalled Peace Talks

By Correspondent , 03 , Dec 2013


The Democratic Republic of Congo's president, Joseph Kabila, flew into Uganda on Monday for talks aimed at reviving a peace deal between his government and rebel fighters. Kinshasa and the .. Read More →

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