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Africa · Kenya

Mwai Kibaki: President who squandered opportunity to fix Kenya

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To his friends and admirers, Kibaki was a gentleman who survived the murky Kenyan politics unscathed. To detractors, he was a coward and indecisive politician.See the Story
Africa · Ukraine

Africa could be hit hard by loss of Ukrainian grain exports, institute says

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The war in Ukraine could significantly worsen the supply of cereals used in food production in African countries. Among the countries hardest hit could be Tunisia, where the country's total wheat imports would decrease by over 15%. Egypt would import over 17% less while South Africa would import 7% less.See the Story
Africa · Ukraine

28th day of the war. The situation at the front as of the morning of March 23

The occupiers intensified air strikesSee the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

On the African Vote at the UN the Blocking of Russia Today: The Lessons - The Zimbabwe Independent

White people who own an 'African' company, MultiChoice, have more influence than all the African governments put together.The post On the African Vote at the UN the Blocking of Russia Today: The Lessons appeared first on The Zimbabwe Independent.See the Story
Gold · Zimbabwe

News in depth: ‘I was robbed,’ Zimbabwe’s US$378m Chinese lithium deal hits turbulence - The Standard

Fredrick Mubaira’s High Court battle to repossess gold and lithium fields at Goromonzi-based Arcadia Mine further exposes shocking laxity in mineral claims administration in Zimbabwe, where wrangles have swamped the legal system.See the Story

Govt intensifies blitz on striking teachers - NewsDay Zimbabwe

This follows other punishments meted out on the educators, which include salary deductions under a no-work-no-pay policy.See the Story
Africa · Zimbabwe

Is Russia responsible for the global wheat shortage? - The Standard

Global food shortages emerged as one of the key issues in the G7 ministers’ deliberations at their recent meeting.The post Is Russia responsible for the global wheat shortage? appeared first on The Standard.See the Story

ART in US$10m diversification drive - NewsDay Zimbabwe

Art Corporation has invested US$10 million into trebling tissue production capacity at its Kadoma Paper Mill. The investment ushers in a new era for the listed giant where risk is spread across units. More related initiatives are expected to be seen across the group in line with its ongoing streamlining initiative.See the Story
Hwange · Hwange

Travelling & touring: Wither Nambya community museum? - The Standard

The majority of Nambya clansmen are found in northwestern Zimbabwe, especially in and around the coal mining town of Hwange where they settled following their migration from Masvingo around the 17th century following infighting within the Rozvi dynasty.See the Story

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