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Women farmers hope to spread shea butter wealth

Dec 01 2019 13:54

The global shea butter market is expected to be worth $3.5bn by 2028 and women in a cooperative in the Nigerian village of Kodo are extracting its value.


Striking Zimbabwe doctors warn of 'silent genocide'

Nov 27 2019 19:49

Senior Zimbabwean doctors joined hundreds of junior colleagues in a mass walkout this week, warning of a "silent genocide" caused by dire conditions in hospitals.


Zim scraps import permits for staple foods as hunger levels reach new record

Nov 24 2019 10:53

Drought-stricken Zimbabwe has relaxed conditions of importation of grain in a bid to ensure essential foodstuffs remain available, after a being hit by a devastating El Nino-driven drought and cyclone Idai in the past agricultural season.


How VBS plotters helped kill another bank, this time in Namibia

Nov 15 2019 08:09

Evidence is mounting that VBS aided another elaborate bank heist north of the border by producing fake paper trails and channeling stolen cash to fool regulators and auditors.


SA on radar of German state of Baden-Wuerttemberg

Nov 25 2019 14:16

SA is Baden-Wuerttemberg's most important African trading partner, says the German state's Minister of Economic Affairs, Labour and Housing ahead of a visit.



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