South Africa said in January that it had turned down a request in December from its southern African neighbour for a $1.2 billion loan.
“Zimbabwe security forces carried out killings, rape, torture, and other grave abuses during and since the January protests."
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Central bank chief John Mangudya said the official exchange rate was expected to change by the time auctions for tobacco, Zimbabwe’s second-largest earner of foreign currency after mining, open on March 20.
Kenyan human-rights scholar worked with women, refugees, orphans
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State-run Ethiopia Broadcasting Corporation said flight that went down near city of Bishoftu carried passengers from 33 countries
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Nyoni further applauded the government’s efforts to empower women by placing them in powerful positions such as the ministry of information and defense, and also previous high level posts like vice president.
President Donald Trump decided this week to extend by one year U.S. sanctions that target more than 100 entities and individuals in Zimbabwe, including President Emmerson Mnangagwa
Residents fear the plan will spark water-borne diseases such as cholera and typhoid in the city
More than 6,500 civilians left Baghuz in the last two days alone; hundreds of IS families were among those fleeing the town