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The release of Minbos Resources’ (ASX: MNB) Scoping Study demonstrates that this company could achieve robust returns in the near future, as it looks to its goal of building a nutrient supply and distribution business that stimulates agricultural production...
Tanzania's election commission has set October 28 as the date for the country's highly anticipated presidential election. In a statement released on Tuesday, the body said the election campaign would run from August 26 to October 27. President John Magufuli will...
It says South Africa - where testing has been widespread - accounts for more than half of all cases. Tanzania's lack of data meanwhile is a "concern" for the AU. Experts say a lack of comprehensive testing across Africa means the true...
Closely watched talks between a West African delegation and military officers who overthrew President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita earlier this week have entered a second day. Spearheaded by former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, the delegation from the regional ECOWAS bloc met military officers led...
The 78-year-old ranks low on the flamboyance roll-call of the West African nation's mega televangelists, but he is arguably the most popular. He has headed the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG) for nearly 40 years - and under his...
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa gained the upper hand in a power struggle in the nation’s deeply divided ruling party after surviving a bid to force him out of office, clearing the way for him to overhaul his cabinet. The...
The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) on Tuesday said that 34 African countries are under full border closure due to concerns related to the rapid spread of COVID-19 in Africa. The Africa CDC, specialized healthcare agency...
You have a reason to worry if you have been employing and dismissing house helps at will following a decision by the Employment and Labour Relations Court. You also have more reason to worry if you have been making your...
The European Union has suspended its training missions in Mali after a military coup last week removed President Ibrahim Boubacar Keita from power, according to bloc officials.The two missions training Mali's army and police as part of international efforts...
Zimbabwe's government signed an agreement Wednesday worth $3.5 billion to compensate white farmers who were evicted from their land during a controversial and often violent land redistribution program in the early 2000s under former President Robert Mugabe. "This momentous occasion is historic...