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Buckingham Palace spending rises as living standards fall

  The most expensive official royal tour last year was Prince William and his wife Kate's trip to the Caribbean in March, which cost around £226,000.

Forex Safe-haven yen rises as investors assess Credit Suisse rescue

The yen - long seen as a safe haven at times of stress - rallied as a fall in Asian bank stocks overnight spread to Europe on Monday.
By Reuters Mar. 20, 2023

Feature: ‘You can’t erase what happened’: Cecil John Rhodes legacy generates heated debate

Part of the land grab, later named Rhodesia in his honour, included modern Zambia and Zimbabwe.
By News24 Mar. 13, 2023

Book fest to shape current, future Zim wordscapes

The British Zimbabwe Society (BZS), in partnership with Royal Holloway, University of London, is hosting its inaugural Zimbabwean Book Festival.
By Khumbulani Muleya Mar. 3, 2023

British supermarkets are rationing fruit and vegetables as shortages bite

The adverse conditions include heavy rains hitting Morocco and a cold snap in Spain.
By CNBC Feb. 28, 2023

Zimbabweans pay an arm and a leg to migrate to UK

The United Kingdom (UK) at the beginning of this month started recruiting teachers from Zimbabwe who are eligible for qualified teacher status (QTS) in that country.
By Miriam Mangwaya Feb. 26, 2023

Feature: Why trophy hunting will never stop in Africa despite opposition

As along as international hunting continues to bring socio-economic and conservation benefits to Africa, nothing will stop it
By Emmanuel Koro Feb. 23, 2023

UK pushes for improved investment environment

A British embassy spokesperson said the UK was supporting British interests in sectors like horticulture, renewable energy and financial services.
By Sydney Kawadza Feb. 17, 2023

ED in Equatorial Guinea

Mnangagwa was accompanied by several ministers, business people and other dignitaries.
By Staff Reporter Feb. 8, 2023