Daily Archives: March 2, 2014

Zambia: Bars Closed in L/Stone

THE Livingstone City Council (LCC) yesterday swung into action and closed seven bars in the tourist capital for operating under unsanitary conditions.

According to a court order obtained by the council, the seven bars operating

Angola: Police Vow to Clampdown On Illegal Immigration

National Police will step up in coming days strict fight against illegal immigration, in cooperation with the Migration and Foreigners Service (SME).

The fact was announced Friday in Luanda by the minister of Home Affairs,

South Africa: Is Govt Too Reliant on Foreign Investors?

Johannesburg — South Africa’s inclusion among the BRICS countries was a pretty big deal. The country made an economic alliance with large, growing economies in China, Brazil, Russia and India. But late last year, it

Zimbabwe: Ex-PM Snubbed, Three Presidents for Bona Wedding

THREE sitting presidents and three former heads of state have confirmed attending President Robert Mugabe’s daughter, Bona while former prime minister and MDC-T Morgan Tsvangirai is not invited.

A top government official confirmed that Mugabe’s

Mozambique: Election of Frelimo Candidate Goes Into the Night

Maputo — Contrary to the initial, optimistic expectation, the Central Committee of the Mozambique’s ruling Frelimo Party did not elect the party’s candidate for the 15 October presidential election on Saturday afternoon.

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