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The story is about women who were brutally killed by their partners. The women on this programme: two are from the Vaal, South of Johannesburg and there other one is from Soweto. We spoke to their families, Police and Brothers For Life organisation.
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The skills gap in the South African workforce has been cited as a contributing factor to South Africa's jobless numbers. While there may be work opportunities available, the necessary skills needed to fill those vacancies, are lacking. The first day of th
Legendary Jazz musician Johnny Mekoa has been laid to rest in Benoni, east of Johannesburg. The funeral was attended by other living legends including Caiphus Semenya and Jonas Gwangwa. He died last week after a short illness.
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Kenya's acting Interior minister Dr. Fred Matiangi has declared a dusk-to-dawn curfew in response to a barrage Al Shabaab attacks in parts of Lamu, Garissa and Tana River counties.
Egypt is currently working to end a Saudi ban on imports of its strawberries that has just taken effect in the middle east country. The agriculture ministry is in talks with Saudi officials to resolve several problems related to the export of a number of
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Zimbabwe tobacco farmers struggle despite industry's massive profits Zimbabwe’s tobacco industry earns hundreds of millions of dollars in much-needed foreign currency for the government. However, tobacco farmers have failed to reap the huge benefits and a
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Zimbabwe is promoting its peaceful status in hopes of attracting more tourists. Travel and tourism continue to be vital for economic growth. The government has embarked on a drive to market the peace that prevails in the country to attract visitors scepti
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Zimbabwe efforts to contain bird flu outbreak The government of Zimbabwe is trying to contain an outbreak of bird flu that has killed thousands of chickens. It is the latest threat to a poultry industry that was already under pressure. The H5N8 strain has
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Meet a man who lit his way to Africa's top 30 Young Entrepreneurs by Forbes Magazine. He is also on the list of Most Influential People of African Descent under 40. Simbarashe Mhuriro, a Zimbabwe solar energy entrepreneur personifies business success; how
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Nkosana Moyo, leader of the opposition party Alliance for the People’s Agenda - APA, meeting with #Zimbabwe citizens in Harare at Mereki
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Zimbabwe's national Railway company has secured a 5 million dollar loan from a local bank to repair its ageing fleet, as it pursues a longer term investment to resuscitate operations. NRZ infrastructure, which includes the rail and locomotives, has deteriFeatured
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With Social Security having a direct impact on global poverty reduction, policy makers in Zimbabwe have been urged to promote decent work for all. There's been increasing demand for the implementation of active social protection, especially for players in
Zimbabwe's former industry minister Nkosana Moyo has confirmed that he will run for presidency as an independent candidate under the movement APA, Alliance for People's Agenda in next year's elections. He resigned from President Robert Mugabe's government
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Barclays Bank of Kenya has become the latest lender to announce branch closures in a move to cut costs. The bank says seven branches will shutdown on the first of October, and their operations will be merged with nearby branches.
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Now, Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe has made good his pledge to the AU, by handing over 1 million U.S. dollars. The money is proceeds from the sale of cattle he donated to the continental body back in 2015. Here is CGTN's Farai Mwakutuya with more.