Zimbabwe: First Lady Plants Trees in Guruve Tobacco Farming Area

First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa, who is the country’s patron for environment, yesterday took her ongoing nationwide reforestation programme to Mashonaland Central Province where she led from the front in planting thousands of trees with the Guruve community. Guruve…

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Rwanda/Uganda: Rayon Sport Complete Signing of Musa Esenu

Rwanda Premier League club Rayon Sport has completed the signing of BUL Bidco FC forward Musa Esenu on an undisclosed fee. Esenu travelled to Kigali on Tuesday evening to complete a medical and final details of his contract…

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Nigeria: Marriage Controversy – Mercy Aigbe Finally Breaks Silence

After the controversies that trailed her wedding announcement, this is the first time Mrs Aigbe would be speaking about her union. Controversial Yoruba actress, Mercy Aigbe, has finally broken her silence on her new marriage to the famous…

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Nigeria: Rice ‘Pyramids’ – Buhari’s Misguided Glorification of Peasant Farming

Since 2018, Nigeria has earned the moniker: “poverty capital of the world”. The United Nations also named Nigeria among the six countries in the world where hunger is most rife. Which makes it strange that a Nigerian government…

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Morocco: US Donating 2 Million Covid Vaccine Doses to Kenya, Morocco

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Washington — The United States will soon ship more than 2 million doses of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine to the African nations of Kenya and Morocco, the White House told VOA on Wednesday. “As the president has said,…

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Zimbabwe: FIFA, CAF Monitoring Zifa’s Sexual Harassment Scandal

Senior Sports Reporter FIFA and CAF have confirmed they are aware of the investigations going on in Zimbabwe over the alleged sexual harassment of female referees by some top ZIFA officials. The world football governing body, FIFA, which…

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Africa Needs to Open Up to Its People, Not Only Trade

While the African Union (AU) has developed ambitious plans for the continental free trade area, the free movement of its people across colonial borders lags behind. … for a continent projected to double its current growth rate by…

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Zimbabwe: Cotton Farmers Seek More Govt Help

Cotton farmers in Muzarabani District, Mashonaland Central Province, have implored the Government to increase assistance with regard to the tillage programme to enable them to complement output under the Pfumvudza/Intwasa programme. Some cotton farmers in one of the…

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Senegal: Brain Injury Charity Hits Out At Move to Let Mané Play On After Clash of Heads

A brain injury charity hit out on Wednesday at a decision to allow the Senegal striker Sadio Mané to continue playing after he collided with the Cape Verde goalkeeper Vozinha during their last-16 match in Bafoussam. Both players…

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South Africa: Soweto’s Centre for Human Development Through Music

Many young people in Jabavu and White City are on a long waiting list for a place at a music institution that teaches more than music and is a portal to potential success. On any given afternoon, a…

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