• CDM Mayor John Mpe delivers his SODA amid tensions

    MASHUDU SADIKE CAPRICORN District Mayor John Mpe has unveiled his plans for the next financial year, promising to spend hundreds of millions on infrastructure and to improve the delivery of basic services such as water and sanitation. Delivering his State of the District Address (SODA) at Manaileng Sports Ground in Ga-Rafiri, Zebediela today, Mpe pledged […]
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  • Nocks unveils Limpopo ANC conference road map

    PIET RAMPEDI LIMPOPO ANC secretary Nocks Seabi has unveiled a road map for the provincial elective conference, urging party branches to adopt the spirit of renewal and unity when they nominate candidates. This comes as supporters and opponents of Provincial Chairperson and Premier Stan Mathabatha prepare to battle for the soul of the ruling party after regional general councils (RGC) unanimously resolved to proceed with the conference next […]
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    • 8 Days ago
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  • Over 800 drown in fatal attempts to reach Europe

    At least 871 migrants have died or are missing in the attempt to reach Europe through the Mediterranean this year.
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    • 20 Days ago
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  • Zimbabwe holds memorial for Madikizela-Mandela

    Zimbabwe's Parliament is set to host a memorial service for the late South African political activist, Winnie Madikizela-Mandela, who died on Monday.
    • by African Times
    • 2 Months ago
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  • Zimbabwe’s opposition implodes

    Violent clashes between rival factions of Zimbabwe’s main opposition have left several party supporters injured and hospitalised in the second city of Bulawayo.
    • by African Times
    • 2 Months ago
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  • Grace Mugabe risks arrest for bogus PhD degree

    Former Prime Minister, Morgan Tsvangirai.
    • by African Times
    • 2 Months ago
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  • Morgan Tsvangirai blamed for thuggery in MDC

    Another split is feared in the wake of violence and factionalism.
    • by African Times
    • 2 Months ago
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  • SA, Zambia surpluses stabilise regional maize supplies

    Supplies of the staple maize remain high and sufficient to satisfy needs for the remainder of the 2017/18 marketing year in Southern Africa thanks to surpluses recorded mostly in South Africa and Zambia.
    • by African Times
    • 2 Months ago
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  • New lease of life for landmark steel bridge

    The imposing steel structure which is one of the famous landmarks in the Steelpoort area has been standing since the 1920s. It connects the busy R555 road to the D2219. Mosoane, a mine worker walks over the bridge every weekday to get to and from work.
    • by African Times
    • 3 Months ago
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  • UK injects more than R400m into Zimbabwe Resilience Building Fund

    The United Kingdom (UK) has granted Zimbabwe £21,5 million (R453.6 million) to increase capacities of vulnerable rural communities in the drought-prone Southern African country.
    • by African Times
    • 3 Months ago
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