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  • 12:22 Social Movements In Zimbabwe Vow To Continue With Protests

    Social Movements In Zimbabwe Vow To Continue With Protests

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    Social Movements in Zimbabwe Vow to continue with protests. Pastor Evan Mawarire reads out a press statement on behalf of all social movements in Zimbabwe

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  • 02:03 Zimbabwe Arts Festival: Artists Turn Rubbish Into Beauty

    Zimbabwe Arts Festival: Artists Turn Rubbish Into Beauty

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    Zimbabwe arts festival: Artists turn rubbish into beauty. Zimbabwe is hosting the Harare International Festival of the Arts this week. In a country dealing with cash shortages, power outages and high unemployment, artists have been striving to reveal a be

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  • 02:00 Zimbabwe Food Security: Agriculture Stakeholders Advocate For Holistic Approach To Farming

    Zimbabwe Food Security: Agriculture Stakeholders Advocate For Holistic Approach To Farming

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    Stakeholders in Zimbabwe's agriculture sector want a strategic approach employed to tackle food security issues in the country. They note that this would enable everyone from climate specialists, to seed producers and farmers to ensure best practices in a

  • 06:01 Robert Mugabe speaking at the World Economic Forum

    Robert Mugabe speaking at the World Economic Forum

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    President Robert Mugabe speaking at the World Economic Forum On Africa 2017 claiming that America is rather a fragile State and not Zimbabwe

  • 01:55 Solar-powered Kit Offers Smart Learning In Senegal's Remote Schools

    Solar-powered Kit Offers Smart Learning In Senegal's Remote Schools

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    Students in Senegal will soon be using a solar-powered digital learning device. It's currently being tested in remote areas where access to electricity and infrastructure is often limited. Susan Mwongeli reports. Subscribe to us on YouTube: http://ow.ly/Z

  • 00:44 35 British Soldiers Arrive In Juba To Boost UN Mission

    35 British Soldiers Arrive In Juba To Boost UN Mission

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    35 British soldiers have arrived in Juba. The troops will join their country's engineering contingent of the United Nations Mission -- UNMISS. Another 400 personnel are due to arrive before the end of the month. They're expected to improve infrastructure

  • 00:33 Botswana Government Launches $30 Tax To Support Conservation

    Botswana Government Launches $30 Tax To Support Conservation

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    Botswana's government has overcome opposition from its tourism bosses to introduce a 30-dollar tax on all visitors entering the country. It's part of efforts to raise money to support conservation in the safari hotspot. The Botswana Tourism Organisation s

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  • 02:04 China, Kenya To Boost Legal Cooperation On Illegal Trade

    China, Kenya To Boost Legal Cooperation On Illegal Trade

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    More than 400 international delegates are in the Kenyan capital Nairobi for a five-day international law conference. The Asian-African Legal Consultative Organisation brings together representatives from 47 countries. Discussions will centre on promoting

  • 02:27 Djibouti Summit Raises Concern About Illiteracy Among Women

    Djibouti Summit Raises Concern About Illiteracy Among Women

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    The high levels of illiteracy among women in Africa is an issue that needs to be addressed - and urgently. That's according to experts attending a higher education conference in Djibouti. They're concerned poor literacy will not only overshadow efforts to

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  • 01:13 South African President Zuma Upbeat About Africa's Prospects

    South African President Zuma Upbeat About Africa's Prospects

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    The World Economic Forum on Africa has kicked off in Durban. South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has visited some of the exhibitions at the International Convention Centre. WEF Africa aims to promotw inclusive growth and address the many imbalances on the

  • 01:03 150 Ivorian Solders Sent To Join UN Forces In Mali

    150 Ivorian Solders Sent To Join UN Forces In Mali

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    Cote d'Ivoire is sending, for the first time, a combat unit of 150 soldiers to Mali. The troops will be joining the United Nations peacekeepers in the tense Timbuktu region known as MINUSMA. Mali's north fell under the control of jihadists linked to Al-Qa

  • 00:52 President Sisi Is In United Arab Emirates For Bilateral Talks

    President Sisi Is In United Arab Emirates For Bilateral Talks

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    Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sisi is visiting the United Arab Emirates, a staunch ally that has provided billions of dollars in aid to his country's economy. State-run news agency WAM says Sisi is accompanied by Egypt's foreign and investment minist

  • 01:40 New Energy Source Unveiled At WEF

    New Energy Source Unveiled At WEF

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    A new energy resource has been unveiled at the World Economic Forum for Africa in Durban, South Africa. Its will significantly reduce the time on research and cost of visiting countries to understand energy requirements and investment opportunities. The E

  • 01:41 Tanzania Extradites Three Alleged Drug Traffickers To U.S.

    Tanzania Extradites Three Alleged Drug Traffickers To U.S.

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    Tanzania has extradited three suspects, including an alleged drug kingpin, wanted in the United States on narcotics trafficking charges, according to the U.S. Embassy. A statement from the U.S. mission in Tanzania confirms alleged Drug trafficker Ali Khat

  • 06:58 Optimism After Libya’s Rival Sides Agree To Address Political Issues

    Optimism After Libya’s Rival Sides Agree To Address Political Issues

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    There is hope of a political solution to the Libyan crisis. Leaders of the two rival factions met in the United Arab Emirates and agreed to work together to end the conflict in their country. The prime minister of Libya's UN-backed government met with Fie

  • 03:49 Local Firms In Kenya Compete For Growing Appetite For Mobile Loans

    Local Firms In Kenya Compete For Growing Appetite For Mobile Loans

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    Smartphones are now revolutionizing the business of micro-finance in Kenya. The growing demand for lending apps has caught the attention of banks and private equity firms from as far away as the United States and Europe, who are swooping in for a piece of

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