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Namibia:Geingob Gives French Broadcaster Ultimatum to Retract Story

Windhoek — Namibian President Hage Geingob yesterday issued an ultimatum to France Radio Internationale (RFI) to retract a widely circulated online article suggesting that he received questionable payment from the sale of Canadian firm UraMin's Namibia...

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Zimbabwe:Hospital Seeks U.S.$1 Million to Start Kidney Transplants

By Paidamoyo ChipunzaChitungwiza Central Hospital is fundraising for $1,1 million needed to start kidney transplants in Zimbabwe, the health institution's chief executive officer, Dr Obadiah Moyo, has said.Of the $1,1 million, $200 000 is needed for ad...

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Malawi:Immigration Chief Charged With Aiding Prisoners Escape

By Owen KhamulaMalawi police have charged the Northern region immigration chief following his arrest on Saturday on immigration related offences.Police spokesman James Kadadzera said the immigration boss has been charged with an offense of aiding priso...

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South Africa:Hero Akane Simbine Struggles to Remember 100 Metre Final

It will go down as one of the great nights in South African sprinting as Akani Simbine and Henricho Bruintjies claimed gold and silver, respectively, in the 100m at the Commonwealth Games on Monday.Simbine was expected to finish on the podium, but Brui...

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Southern Africa:Nigerian Billionaire Dangote Renews Interest in Zimbabwe

Nigerian billionaire Mr Aliko Dangote has renewed interest in pursuing his $1,5 billion investment in Zimbabwe and yesterday despatched an advance team comprising geologists.The team will be in Zimbabwe for 10 days.The delegation is expected to meet Pr...

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