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Mnangagwa calls for cool heads in the dispute over Robert Mugabe's funeral

President Emmerson Mnangagwa urged Mugabes to lift their bitterness after the family rejected plans to bury the deceased statesman on Sunday at the National Heroes Acre. The family of Robert Mugabe, including his wife Grace (veiled), sits and watches as members of the public see the body of the former president. Image: Thomas Holder / EWN HARARE – As the …

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Air Peace CEO separates from first Nigerian evacuation SA – The Citizen

Air Peace Allen Onyema, CEO of the airline, could not hold back tears when the first flight out of the country was due to start on Wednesday. An emotional Onyema greeted those who wanted to leave South Africa aboard the plane and apparently was unable to hold back tears when his compatriots embraced him. Hundreds of Nigerian nationals have expressed …

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For Justice: SA Jews Support Academic Boycott of Israeli Universities | opinion

Dear Members of the University Executive and Senate of the University of Cape Town, On March 15, the University of Cape Town's (UCT) Senate made a groundbreaking decision refusing to "formalize relations with Israeli academic institutions The Occupied Palestinian Territories and other Israeli academic institutions that facilitate serious human rights violations in the Occupied Palestinian Territories operate in Cape Town. …

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WATCH: Former and current African leaders bid farewell to Mugabe

While the Zimbabweans failed to make the 60,000-capacity national sports stadium at the time of their long-term past president Robert Mugabe, African leaders made their presence felt. Different leaders took turns praising the former unity. Mugabe died at the age of 95 at a Singaporean hospital last week. His remains are set to be buried at Heroes Acre in 29 …

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It hurt when the blast shook the southern Swedish city

A woman in her twenties, who died at 2:30 am in the explosion in central Lund, was found injured at the scene and hospitalized. FILE: The police cordoned off an area after an object exploded on January 17, 2018, next to a police station in Rosengard, Malmo, Sweden. Image: AFP STOCKHOLM – A young woman was seriously wounded on Saturday …

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Robert Mugabe's ragged heir: An educated man who refused to learn

A week ago, the world woke up to the "sad" news that former Zimbabwean President Robert Gabriel Mugabe had died. His death produced different emotions in different people, and some experienced internal contradictions about how they should remember a "heroic" villain. This was to be expected, because Mugabe was a complex and enigmatic figure. For some, his death has deprived …

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Elephant hunts begin in Botswana with cautious pricing

Botswana reintroduced the elephant hunt with a cautious pricing policy. This is likely to fuel the controversy that threatens a $ 2 billion tourism industry after a five-year hunting ban has been lifted. Englisch: emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 120 & lang = en. Emagazine.credit-suisse.com/app/art … = 263 & lang = DE According to Kitso Mokaila, the country 's environment minister, hunting …

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The IMF sees Namibia 2020 grow after a three-year contraction

Namibia's economy will grow again in 2020 after three consecutive years, but a failure to implement structural reforms could leave the Southwest African nation in a low-growth trap, according to the International Monetary Fund. The economy of the world's largest producer of marine diamonds is plagued by a regional drought and a collapse in South Africa, its larger neighbor, which …

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