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  • Arabelang Puso ka bofefo

    November 2, 2017 4:00 AM 52

    Go ntse go tlwaelesegile mo dingwageng di se kae, di ka nna tlhano, tse di fetileng gore, baanamisa mafoko ba maphata a puso ba diega go araba dipotso ka mekwalo e e romelwang kwa maphateng a bone. Go ne ga umakega mo tsamaong ya nako gore, makwalodikgang a a ikemetseng ka nosi, a felela a kwala dikgang tse babadi bangwe baneng bare, ga di na boammaruri

  • Uganda: Numerous Prospects Awaiting Museveni in Retirement

    November 1, 2017 6:50 AM 30

    When President Museveni completes his term in 2021, he will have served our nation for 35 years as a head of state and almost 55 years as a freedom fighter. He will have amassed immensurable governance experience, probably more than seven US presidents combined. Unlike millions of people who shiver at the thought of retirement, there are numerous safeguards

  • M7 Opens Iran-Uganda Medical Centre In Naguru

    November 1, 2017 6:50 AM 30

    President Yoweri Museveni has praised the Islamic Republic of Iran for bringing Africa closer to their country than ever before adding that Iran offers big potential as a trade partner with the rest of the African continent. “This is a fact, it is not an opinion and I salute you for that,” he said. The President was this morning officially opening the state

  • Numerous prospects awaiting Museveni in retirement

    November 1, 2017 5:53 AM 59

    When President Museveni completes his term in 2021, he will have served our nation for 35 years as a head of state and almost 55 years as a freedom fighter. He will have amassed immensurable governance experience, probably more than seven US presidents combined. Unlike millions of people who shiver at the thought of retirement, there are numerous safeguards

  • Zim poacher to be extradited to Botswana

    November 1, 2017 2:07 AM 25

    FRANCISTOWN — Zimbabwean national Dumisani Moyo has lost his bid to halt his extradition to Botswana, where he is due to stand trial for a criminal charge. Late last week, Moyo appeared at the Harare Magistrates’ Court after the International Police (Interpol) had applied for his extradition to Botswana to face trial for rhino poaching. The Monitor has learnt

  • Zimbabweans against diasporans: Mutambara

    October 31, 2017 4:53 AM 50

    ZIMBABWEANS back home, including professionals and the government itself, remain suspicious of exiled compatriots, Professor Arthur Mutambara has said, adding that the problem is adversely impacting diaspora engagement efforts. Speaking at the University of Birmingham in the UK last week, the former deputy prime minister said Zimbabweans back home were not receptive

  • Barclays Takeover. . . No Zimbabwean had money to buy bank: RBZ

    October 31, 2017 12:34 AM 27

    The British-owned Barclays Plc sold its 43 percent stake in the 105-year-old local unit for about $40 million to FMB as part of its divestiture from African operations. The move generated anxiety among Zimbabweans recently who felt the sale was against the country’s indigenisation and empowerment laws. The Zanu-PF Youth League was very vocal against

  • WHO cancels goodwill ambassador role of Zimbabwe prime minister

    October 30, 2017 2:12 AM 39

    (GENEVA) — The World Health Organization (WHO) has revoked the appointment of Zimbabwe’s prime minister as a goodwill ambassador after a public outcry. Robert Mugabe will no longer become WHO’s goodwill ambassador for noncommunicable diseases in Africa. This comes after critics pointed out that Zimbabwe’s health care system has suffered in recent years

  • Obasanjo killed my businesses in Nigeria for Opposing his 3rd term bid – Orji Kalu

    October 29, 2017 10:14 AM 2

    Ex-governor of Abia state, Orji Uzor Kalu has revealed how Ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo killed two of his booming businesses in Nigeria because he refused to support his(OBJ) third term presidential bid. OUK said that Obasanjo punished him by withdrawing the licenses of his companies – Hallmark bank and Slok airlines. “The 9,000 workers I mentioned

  • Daredevil flies over South Africa in camping chair attached to balloons

    October 29, 2017 9:49 AM 2

    Oct. 26 (UPI) -- A daredevil strapped about 100 helium balloons to a camping chair to take a vertigo-inducing flight over South Africa. Tom Morgan, 38, shared a video showing his "magical flight" using a camping chair attached to about 100 large helium balloons. Morgan said it took two days for him to fill the balloons with help from his support team. The daredevil