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2 Ugandans killed in Rwanda amid border tension – The Zimbabwe Mail

KAMPALA, Uganda (AP) – Uganda's police said on Sunday that two Ugandans had been killed by Rwandan security forces in an incident that may escalate the border tension between the two East African countries. Elly Maate, police spokesman of Uganda's Kigezi region, which borders Rwanda, said the victims had smuggled tobacco to Rwanda. “These two Ugandans were shot dead on …

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Visa reforms for foreign minors promote the recovery of airlines

JOHANNESBURG – The South African Airlines Association (AASA) on Monday welcomed the government's refusal of a request for foreign minors to carry uninsured birth certificates when traveling in South Africa. Home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi last Friday signed a waiver that would allow foreign children to enter the country without carrying additional supporting documents such as birth and consent certificates. …

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UK fires Zim doctors

Describing the government's actions as unfair, Norton lawmaker Temba Mliswa (independent), said: "I do not see the justification of firing doctors. They have real complaints and government, as a father, it has to deal with the matter in a less aggressive way. In the end, it is the health system that is suffering, otherwise most professionals can get jobs elsewhere. …

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Zambia is ready to support Zimbabwe

The Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Small-Scale Miners Association of Zambia (SSMAZ), which will see two countries sharing experiences on small scale mining. SSMAZ representative, Mr. Alfred Lungu, was in the country last week where he attended the ZMF annual general conference and conference in Gweru. In his solid message, he stated that …

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Anger escalates as families bury dead following Burkina Faso attack

The Chronicle OUAGADOUGOU – Relatives of people killed and survivors from an attack this week in a bus convoy of my workers in Burkina Faso angry on Saturday for what they said was a lack of support from the mining authorities and companies. Hundreds of relatives, friends and colleagues of the victims waited hours to recover their bodies from a …

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Increasing clouds on Sunday night

7-Day Forecast TONIGHT: Not as cold with increasing cloud cover, Lows 40-43. MONDAY: Patchy AM fog, cloudy, afternoon rain changing to PM snow, Highs 47-50. TUESDAY: Snow showers early, mostly cloudy and cold, Highs 29-32. WEDNESDAY: Staying cold, more sunshine, Highs 30-34. THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies, Highs 39-42. FRIDAY: More sunshine, not as cold, Highs 45-47. SATURDAY: Staying dry and …

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Capitec is the latest bank to flip its card

10 November 2019 – 05:00 By TJ STRYDOM South African banks are catching up with a trend that does not exactly turn the card design on its head, but certainly on its side. [19659003] Capitec Bank is the latest financial institution – after Discovery and Absa – to introduce a "vertical card", preferably, from a branding and technological point of …

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Egypt-Ethiopia row over the dam of the Nile – The Zimbabwe Mail

Ethiopia is building the Grand Renaissance Dam, which when completed next year, will become Africa's largest hydroelectric plant. Construction began in 2011 on the Blue Nile river in northern high Ethiopia from where 85 percent of the Nile's water flow. However, the mega dam caused a row between Egypt and Ethiopia, with Sudan caught between, which the US is now …

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Botswana raises Ian Khama inspired by Prophet Bushiri's visa restrictions

Botswana has lifted its visa restrictions on the head of the Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) Church, Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, the church revealed in a statement on Thursday. "This is a very progressive step. Traveling to Botswana is easy to grow our church and, most importantly, to resolve some of the issues of keeping our church in Botswana," Bushiri said. The …

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