Zimbabwe: Cash-Strapped Zifa Stranded As Bank Withholds Funds Over Hotel Debt

The Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) entangled in debt wrangle with a local hotel.Daisy Lodge has approached the High Court seeking intervention in their impasse...

Southern Africa: SADC Summit 2019 – AfDB Injects Sh30tr in SADC...

Dar es Salaam — The African Development Bank (AfDB) Group current investments in the Southern and African Development Community (Sadc) stands at almost $13...

Zimbabwe: U.S. Injects U.S.$45 Million to Help Alleviate Hunger in Zimbabwe

A day after President Emmerson Mnangagwa declared the country's hunger situation a state of disaster, the US government reacted first, pouring some US$45 million...

Nigeria: 65,000 Nigerian Pilgrims Set to Climb Mount Arafat

A total of 65, 000 Nigerian Pilgrims, 44, 450 states' pilgrims and 20, 500 private tour operator pilgrims, who are already in Saudi Arabia...

Nigeria: Minimum Wage – Govt Not Sincere, Says Labour

Abuja — The Organized Labour has accused the Federal Government of not being sincere by alleging that Labour is responsible for the delay in...

South Africa: Constitutional Court Rules That Interim Divorce Orders May Not...

But the door has been left open for future litigation on interim ordersDuring a divorce, one of the spouses is often ordered by a...

Mozambique: CNE Approves Final Lists of Candidates

Maputo — Mozambique's National Elections Commission (CNE) spent most of the past weekend approving the final lists of candidates for the parliamentary and provincial...

Malawi: Hrdc Suspends Ansah Demos to Focus On Malawi Elections Case

Anti-Jane Ansah protest organisers say they have suspended all demonstrations to give attention to the ongoing hearing of the landmark presidential election case.Human Rights...

Zambia: ‘Good Corporate Governance Key to Economic Progress’

President Edgar Lungu has said the Government is committed to enhancing ethical and responsible corporate governance among directors in both public and private corporations...

Nigeria: Air Strikes Kill Scores of Insurgents in Borno, Says Military

The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) yesterday resumed air strikes on terrorist positions in Borno State, killing scores of insurgents in Bura Kolege on the...

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