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West Indies, Zimbabwe battle for spot in tri-series final

Zimbabwe enter the last league game of the tri-series tournament against West Indies on Friday (November 25) in Bulawayo knowing that one good day in the office will translate into a spot in the final on Sunday against Sri Lanka. The fact that they ..., 1 month ago

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Barbados Today, 2 months ago


Zimbabwe stands to gain a lot from the spread of secular values in the country because faith groups are taking advantage of the dire economic situation to further exploit the people and undermine their potentials And this has to stop Some secular ...
 Uncova1 month ago How Secularism Will Benefit Zimbabweans  Maravi Post1 month ago

Conversations with African Liberation fighters

, a lady politely greeted me in faulty Yoruba. Given my dressing, she guessed correctly that I am Nigerian. She then added Iyawo Naija la wa, meaning I am married to a Nigerian. Her name is Boshigo Ntsi Rosinah Matlou, a South African who at 15 in ...

Africa Monitor | Volume VI: Issue XXVII |

A woman sitting and laughing adjacent to the window in Africa THE CONTINENT Indian firms express interest in agricultural investment in Zimbabawe Several Indian companies are interested in investing in Zimbabwe's agricultural and medical ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 week ago

Chandimal admits poor shot selection cost Sri Lanka

Having bowled out South Africa for 286 in the first innings, Sri Lanka wasted the hard work by their bowlers as the young top-order was dismantled rather quickly on Day 2 of the first Test in Port Elizabeth. Even as there was no plan to attack the ...
 Cricbuzz.com3 weeks ago

5 players who could replace Axar Patel for the upcoming ODI series against England

The Indian cricket team were dealt a further blow earlier today as Axar Patel was ruled out of the upcoming ODI series against England due to a thumb injury. This news came in after it was revealed that India might go into the series without the ...
 Yahoo! India3 weeks ago

Entrepreneurs to get innovation knowledge

NEPAD-SGCI is going to train UNSCT personnel to better manage research. KAMPALA - Business people and farmers are to benefit from research innovations from a US$14m (sh50b) New Partnership for Africa's Development- Science Granting Councils ...
 New Vision1 month ago

Starvation stalks southern Africa after failed maize harvests

The Majawa family walk to church in the village of Mulele, which lies in one of the areas in Malawi most affected by drought. Two-year-old Zeka screams as a health worker measures the circumference of her arm while another holds her legs and ... SV-SE1 month ago Southern Africa cries for help as El NiƱo and climate change savage maize harvest | Global development  Africa-News.info1 month ago

Banyana look to end Awcon jinx

South Africa will be eyeing their first ever continental trophy when the tenth edition of the Africa Women's Cup of Nations gets underway on Saturday at Stade de Yaounde in Cameroon. Banyana Banyana have been to the final four times including at ...
 NewsHub South Africa1 month ago

Albert Luthuli: A Legacy of Liberation

Few researches on Southern African history and the history of liberation movements in Southern Africa have managed to flesh out the African, rather than South African origins of the African National Congress, (ANC). Contrary to prevalent opinion, ...
 Sunday News Zimbabwe1 month ago
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