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Shame on you African leaders, shame on you AU, for complicity on Libyan slave trade

  By African News Agency   Hundreds of Johannesburg-based African Diaspora Forum (ADF) members took to the streets of the capital Pretoria, raising awareness and…

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Dobsonville gets ready to bring the house down at the #Dololo2017 Festival

Zimbabwe Digital News Johannesburg’s Spinner Sport Magazine this week announced a star-studded lineup for the #Dololo2017 end of year bash at the Dobsonville Rugby Stadium….

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The story of militarised masculinities that characterises modern Zimbabwean politics

By Tinashe Mawere For decades, a key facet of Robert Mugabe’s rule in Zimbabwe has been how he has used the symbols and rhetoric of…

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Deny it the Chinese may want, but we have reason to believe the conspiracy theories

  By Cobus van Staden and Chris Alden The fall of Robert Mugabe has dominated global coverage of Africa over the past few weeks. In…

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Tragedy of Steinhoff: The fives things that you were too embarrassed to ask

  By Fin24 and TimesLive The five questions about the tragedy of Steinhoff International you were too embarrassed to ask. Who is Steinhoff and where…

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Zimbabwe sticks to 51% indigenisation with platinum mines, Government commits to settling debt arrears

By Tawanda Karombo ANGLO American Platinum, Impala Platinum and Sibanye Stillwater will still be required to cede 51 percent shares in Zimbabwean operations under indigenisation requirements…

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Dear Robert Mugabe. You will always be my hero: Jean Gasho

By Jean Gasho Dear Robert Mugabe Yesterday, I sat with my 13-year-old daughter Nakai after she came back from school telling me that the whole…

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Western Cape BEE digital innovation company set to revolutionise SA Bus Rapid Transit systems

  Zimbabwe Digital News TravelPall is an emergent BEE company with a vision to deliver service solutions in the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) transport industry…

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Cape Town rises to the occasion, and toasts Zimbabwe’s Oliver Mtukudzi a happy 65th birthday in style

  By Darlington Taste and Zimbabwe Digital News Zimbabwe global music superstar Oliver Mtukudzi celebrated his 65 birthday in style at the Arts Cape Auditorium…

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African Rastafarians join African Hebrews at World Peace and Restoration conference

Staff Reporter Rastafarians from across the continent joined religious leaders this week to discuss the role of religion in achieving peace throughout the world. Organisers…

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First time in Zimbabwe’s 37-year history, that the oath is not being led by Robert Mugabe

Zimbabwe Digital News Zimbabwe’s new Cabinet ministers took their their oaths of office at a ceremony at State House in Harare, the first time in…

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President Mnangagwa’s chance to energise investment, be efficient and build competitiveness: Tryphosa Ramano

By Tryphosa Ramano The evidence of Zimbabwe’s ailing economy is everywhere: Massive unemployment estimated at 85 percent; hyper-inflation; shortage of essential food items such as…

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New cabinet in place, full steam ahead for Transnet/DIDG project

  By Zimbabwe Digital News and Memory Mataranyika President Emmerson Mnangagwa last night ended a week of speculation by announcing his new post-Robert Mugabe cabinet…

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Celebrating the power of African women, and doing business with them

  By Barbara Benhura Quote: A woman is an epitome of beauty, wisdom and care. She has climbed mountains and dived into the ocean: She…

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Mnangagwa has the capacity to focus on the new Zimbabwe. But will he?

By Robert Rotberg Emmerson “Crocodile” Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe’s crafty new President, is known as a ruthless, deeply unprincipled and a political infighter. He has lost several…

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