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Terence Ndlovu has written to News24 on the parallels between George Orwell's Animal Farm and what is happening in Zimbabwe.

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The Zimbabwean government can only survive if its neighbours stand by and do nothing, writes Nicole Fritz.

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The location of the Mauritian oil spill means the environmental consequences could be long-lasting.

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Three men have been ordered to pay about $52,000 (£40,000) each for kidnapping a ship's crew for ransom.

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There has been a race against time to remove the fuel oil, amid fears that the ship will break up.

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Nigeria has received 200 ventilators from the United States to help its fight against coronavirus, a promise made by President Donald Trump in April, health officials said on Wednesday.

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  The African Development Bank Vice President of Regional Development, Integration and Business Delivery invites you to the 2020 Annual Meetings, held virtually for the first time in the Bank’s history.

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Opposition parties on both sides of the border slammed President Cyril Ramaphosa's envoys to Zimbabwe for leaving the country before speaking to opposition parties and civil society organisations.

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How Ebola prepared one doctor in the Democratic Republic of Congo to treat coronavirus.

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  In Mali, ongoing insecurity in the country’s interior regions has led to widespread food insecurity further fueled by inconsistent weather patterns, making it difficult for local farmers to predict when to plant and harvest. The Koulikoro Region Food and Nutrition Security Enhancement Project (PReSAN-KL), financed in part by the African Development Fund, targets six irrigation sites in Mali’s Koulikoro (western) region to boost food and reduce poverty for nearly 200,000 – primarly targeting women and smallholder farmers.  

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