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2nd March 2021

Cyril Ramaphosa’s spokesperson in US$7.4 million scam

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyJohannesburg, South Africa - President Cyril Ramaphosa's spokesperson, Khusela Diko, is currently embroiled in a US$7.4 million tender scam.This...

South Africa townships face indefinite power cuts

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyJohannesburg, South Africa - Most of South Africa's townships will have to brace for more erratic power cuts from...

South Africa liquor traders bemoan alcohol ban

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyPretoria, South Africa - Following the suspension of the sale and distribution of alcohol by the government more than...

Malaria threatens thousands of African lives

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyAccording to the CEO of Goodbye Malaria, Sherwin Charles, more than 800 000 people in Africa could lose their...

Contentions over South Africa’s US$4.3 billion dollar loan

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyJohannesburg, South Africa - The recently unveiled US$4.3 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) has created a...

Youthfulness attributed to South Africa’s low mortality rate

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyPretoria, South Africa - Prof. Salim Abdool Karim, chairperson of the Covid-19 ministerial advisory committee has attributed South Africa's...

Ramaphosa’s woes as public schools are closed for four weeks

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyPretoria, South Africa - Yesterday President Cyril Ramaphosa announced the closure of  public schools for four weeks.Prior to the...

South Africa cuts more interest rates

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Pretoria, South AfricaYesterday, Lesetja  Kganyago, Governor of the South African Reserve Bank (SARB) announced the cut in interest rates by another 25 basis points.To...

COVID-19 disrupts SADC’s first car

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyEkhurhuleni, South Africa - SADC's first car, the Mureza Prim8 has suffered a huge setback due to the COVID-19...

440 000 jobs on the line in South Africa’s tourism sector

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe DailyJohannesburg, South Africa - At least 440 000 people could lose their jobs in South Africa's tourism industry if...
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