South Africans Pay Tribute to Kofi Annan – “He Will Be...

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South Africans have paid tribute to former United Nations Secretary General and Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Kofi Annan, who passed away today following a...

South African Journalist and Colleague Leave Tanzania After Release from Detention

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DAR ES SALAAM - Tanzania released two staff members of the New York-based Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ) on Thursday, a day after they...

Zimbabwe’s Biggest Mobile Operator Econet Says Ordered to Shut Down Internet

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HARARE - Zimbabwe's biggest mobile operator Econet Wireless said on Friday the government had ordered it to shut down its internet services until further...

SA Film Students Break into Video-on-Demand Business

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Broadcast TV isn’t an option and using self-publish platforms like YouTube means competing with millions of videos from across the globe, so how do...

Families of Ethiopian Plane Disaster Victims Visit Crash Site

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ADDIS ABABA - Draped in traditional white mourning shawls, relatives of the Ethiopian victims of ET Flight 302 gathered silently in a hotel conference...

Tanzania Denies Blocking Release of Scathing IMF Report

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Tanzania on Tuesday denied blocking the publication of a critical International Monetary Fund report that accuses President John Magufuli's government of undermining economic growth...

Plane Made and Flown Across Africa by South African Teens Lands...

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A four-seater plane built by twenty South African teens that left Cape Town six weeks ago has landed in Cairo, after successfully completing the...

Economic Chaos is Causing a Food Security and Humanitarian Crisis in...

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Since Zimbabwe’s land reform of 2000 – when around 8 million hectares of formerly large-scale commercial farmland was distributed to about 175,000 households –...

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