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President Cyril Ramaphosa promised South Africans a presidency of “action” as he delivered his inauguration speech in Pretoria on Saturday. Addressing thousands of ordinary citizens and dignitaries, Ramaphosa said South Africans wanted “action and not just words”. “And there will be action,” he said. He said it was through “our actions now”...
HARARE-The European Union (EU) has provided a helicopter to assist the current relief exercise towards the victims of the Cyclone Idai which resulted in the destruction of infrastructure and left many families homeless, disdained and vulnerable. A press release issued Monday  by the EU revealed that the body had provided a...
Zimbabwe has challenged Southern African Power Pool (SAPP) to address the situation of low rainfall in the Zambezi basin, impact of Cyclone Idai in order for affected countries to return to normalcy. The SAPP was created in August 1995 at the SADC summit held in Kempton Park, South Africa,...
Zimbabwe will this year host the first United Nations and African environment wildlife summit Union Summit, Environment and Tourism Minister Prisca Mupfumira has said. The summit is going to be held in Victoria Falls. In an interview Mupfumira said it had since been confirmed that Zimbabwe will host the summit. “I am...
Cyclone Idai is currently preparing to hit Zimbabwe and Mozambique with intense rainfall, storm and flooding this coming weekend, Storm Report Live said. Storm Report Live posted on its Facebook page giving a warning to citizens of both Zimbabwe and Mozambique about the probable imminent extreme rainfall and flooding which...
Zimbabwe and South Africa are in talks for a financial bailout. A move aimed at strengthening both countries’ economies, South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has said. Addressing delegates at the Zimbabwe- South Africa Bi-National Commission conference, on Tuesday, Ramaphosa said the two countries discussed the issue of helping Zimbabwe and...
South African President Cyril Ramaphosa has urged the international community to help Zimbabwe improve its economy. Speaking at the Zimbabwe- South Africa Bi-National Commission Conference, Ramaphosa said his country has been advocating for the removal of sanctions in Zimbabwe so that it could attain its economic ability and grow. “We even...
THE visiting South African minister  for International Relations, Lindiwe Sisulu has  refused to make serious commitment to various request by Harare saying certain decisions required a whole cabinet approval before an undertaking is made. Addressing delegates at the Bi-National Commission meetings of ministers, Sisulu said certain things ought to have...
Chiredzi - Sitting in the heart of Tshovani high density suburb in Chiredzi south east of Zimbabwe, Chigarapasi beer garden is a proud part of the identity carried by the small sugarcane town. Its closure in late 2016, sent many who had arched their livelihoods around the giant beer garden into...
Lilongwe - Prophet Shepherd Bushiri followers in Malawi on Wednesday stormed South African Embassy in Lilongwe demanding that authorities in Pretoria must stop ill-treating embattled preacher, Prophet Shepard Bushiri. The protest in Lilongwe came as the court in South Africa was hearing his bail...
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