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AMH Voices Southern Africa West Africa
In these hardest of times, many countries are fighting the global pandemic that has so far claimed four in Zimbabwe and thousands beyond its borders. It’s high time we address the impact that coronavirus (Covid-19) has on African countries. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
In the last few weeks, the world’s attention was drawn to the economic war between the United States of America (US) and China. ...
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AMH Voices
IS Africa’s freedom slipping? Africa’s closing political space, marked by less freedom and a willingness to trade liberties for security, has seen the continent’s inhabitants’ freedoms diminishing, and many are willing to give up at least some liberties in the name of security, new Afrobarometer survey findings indicate. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
THERE are imperative lessons to be gleaned from a recent survey of a United States Trust which puts the average age of African president at 70. It was revealed that Africa, which ranks as the continent with the youngest countries, is ironically run by the world’s oldest presidents ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
The borderlines separating Kenya and Somalia were first drawn in the late 19th century. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
Africa is a continent endowed with resources, but we have failed to effectively use them. But why have leaders failed us? ...
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Arts & Culture
It seems the Black Panther star loves himself and all things African-storytelling. ...
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News Slider
Former deputy prime minister of Zimbabwe, Professor Arthur Mutambara, whose country is in an economic meltdown, has told a British audience that the mooted "ever closer African Union" was "despicable" and instead suggested that a "United States of Africa" would be more beneficial to Africans. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
On December 30, 2018, 46 million people cast their ballots in a historic election in the Democratic Republic of Congo. There hasn’t been a peaceful transition of power in this country since the end of Belgian rule in 1960. If this election produces a result that’s widely viewed as credible, it will cement a new era of representative government in Africa. ...
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News
The Gambia is an opportunity to reinforce election quality norms for the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS). ...
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News
A six-member Chitungwiza band, Jesa, will represent Africa at this year’s edition of the Imagine International Festival to be held on June 26 in Brussels, Belgium. ...
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Opinion & Editorials
SO this continent called Africa is categorised as poor because of poor economic management, corruption and bad politics. ...
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News
THE Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) Court of Justice has set a limit on trade immunities and privileges, saying such favours were restricted to transactions between member states and the regional body. ...
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News
AFRICA cannot just get a pass on Ebola. Once the virus is overcome, the continent must be made to put its money where its mouth is on the disease. ...
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Washington Fellowship
Computer scientist and banker Zandile Lambu says Africa is in dire need of effective and transformational leadership. ...
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News
SUDANESE-BRITISH billionaire Mo Ibrahim yesterday said the young generation should be in leadership to drive African economies as they have the energy and power, in remarks aimed at President Robert Mugabe. ...
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News
Colleagues and dear friends, I think you’ll all agree with me that there is a palpable excitement about Africa, about the economic opportunities the continent presents, perhaps more than at any other time. ...
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News
The rainy season, always welcome in often dry southern Africa, has brought with it favourable breeding conditions for army worms and red locusts. ...
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News
AFRICA’S need to aggressively pursue the industrialisation path has become more compelling in light of the need to sustain current growth standards. ...
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News
I WOULD have loved to join my family and friends for the Christmas holidays last year, but due to the nature of my job, I had to work. ...
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Soccer Sport
Warriors trio Partson Jaure, Kuda Mahachi and Peter Rio Moyo have been named in the 2014 African Nations Championship (Chan) Best XI. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
Every system is designed to give you the results that you get. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
THE deepening Hwange National Park poaching scandal is a cause for concern. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
THE growth in Africa’s economic fortunes and development over the last few years appears to have also brought a new confidence in the way the continent handles itself on the global arena. ...
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News
AFRICA’S economic growth will not be sustainable if the continent does not improve its reputation for corporate governance. ...
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Soccer Sport
Nigeria could be the first qualifiers for the final round of the 2014 football World Cup qualifiers in Africa if they win in Namibia today. ...
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News
Conflict diamonds are still a major issue in Africa, particularly in Côte d’Ivoire, the Central African Republic and Zimbabwe. ...
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News
Although Africa’s economy has expanded rapidly in recent years, it has not kept pace with the growth of its youth population or their need for jobs. ...
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National News Politics
PM Morgan Tsvangirai’s aide Jameson Timba said African leaders have assured the Premier that they will not accept a violent or rigged election in Zimbabwe’s next polls. ...
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Columnists Opinion & Editorials
Africa has for countless years been branded a dark continent marred with war, famine and pestilence. ...
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