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Ai Weiwei cannot leave from Beijing

Ai Weiwei cannot leave from Beijing

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Repay indigenisation loans – Nhema

Repay indigenisation loans – Nhema

Government is concerned by the default rate on loan repayments particularly by beneficiaries of the Youth Empowerment Fund, a Cabinet minister has said. Minister of Youth, Indigenisation and Economic Empowerment Mr Francis Nhema made the remarks at a two-day indigenisation and empowerment conference organised by Zanu-PF Harare province last week.…

Zimbabwean win top African scientific award

Zimbabwean win top African scientific award

ZIMBABWEAN Sekai Lana Tombe has won the 2013 L’Oréal-UNESCO Regional Fellowship For Women in Science which honours women scientists from across Sub-Saharan Africa for their work. Tombe, a PhD candidate in chemistry and physics at South Africa’s University of the Western Cape, was awarded a fellowship of 15,000 Euros to…

Kenyan question isolates Africa

Kenyan question isolates Africa

ADDIS ABABA — Africa’s relations with the International Criminal Court (ICC) are in tatters after a special summit of the African Union (AU) resolved that cases against the presidents of Kenya and Sudan should be deferred and that serving heads of state and government should be immune from prosecution. President…

South Africa scouts for business in Zimbabwe

South Africa scouts for business in Zimbabwe

THE South African delegation of businessmen lead by the Department of Trade and Industry is holding business-to-business meetings in Harare on Tuesday to scout for investment opportunities with Zimbabwean companies. The delegation will hold a conference in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second-largest city and the country’s industry and manufacturing hub, on Wednesday.…

EU Allows Zimbabwe Diamond Exports to Resume as Sanctions Lifted

EU Allows Zimbabwe Diamond Exports to Resume as Sanctions Lifted

The European Union’s representative in Zimbabwe said the southern African nation can resume exports of diamonds mined in Marange to the 28-member bloc after sanctions were lifted last month. “They can start immediately,” Aldo Dell’Ariccia, the head of the European Union delegation, said in an interview yesterday on the sidelines of a…

DRC wants more investors to $12b hydro project

DRC wants more investors to $12b hydro project

The Democratic Republic of Congo is open to more investors joining three groups of companies bidding to construct the $12 billion Inga 3 hydropower project, Energy Minister Bruno Kapandji said. “We’re open to other operators” joining the bid groups, Kapandji told the iPad mining and infrastructure conference yesterday in the capital, Kinshasa.…

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