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31st May 2021

South African Restaurants take to the streets

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Cape Town, South Africa - Following the suspension of the sale and distribution of alcohol as well as a...

Liverpool FC cements relations with Mauritius

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Port Louis, Mauritius - English Premier League football club, Liverpool FC (LFC) yesterday announced a three year economic partnership...

Namibia’s US$5.4 billion transport hub se to be biggest in SADC

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Walvis Bay, Namibia - Namibia's US$5.4 billion transport logistical hub in Walvis Bay is set to be the largest...

South Africa’s funeral parlours running out of space

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Staff reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Johannesburg, South Africa - The COVID-19 pandemic is beginning to have a significant toll on South Africa's funeral parlours. With...

South Africa schools in a tug of war

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Pretoria, South Africa - Contentions are mounting in South Africa's Education sector on whether schools should remain open or...

South Africa’s media sheds more jobs

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Johannesburg, South Africa - The impacts of COVID-19 are seemingly causing mayhems in South Africa's media fraternity. Top media entities such...

South African Airways’ US$600 million question

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Ekhurhuleni, South Africa - South Africa's embattled state owned airline, South African Airways (SAA) is expected to get a...

South Africa’s low inflation, more harm than good

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Pretoria, South Africa - South Africa's consumer inflation rate is now at 2.2 percent its lowest since September 2004. Although...

Hunger knocking on South Africa’s doors

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Johannesburg, South Africa - According to Mthandazo Ndlovu, Oxfam South Africa's Democracy and Governance Manager many South Africans are...

South Africa’s liquor traders cry foul over the alcohol ban

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Staff Reporter - The Zimbabwe Daily Johannesburg, South Africa - A number of liquor traders are crying foul over the suspension of the distribution and...
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