[The Herald] At least 29 Zimbabweans living in Britain have died of COVID-19, mostly nurses and other medical staff, according to the Zimbabwean Embassy in London.
[USADF] Miami -Hundreds of North American, European, and African investors and potential investors gathered in the U.S. state of Florida last month, alongside government officials, utility companies, and banks, for the Powering Africa Summit
[East African] A few days ago, it emerged that Ugandan opposition parties are to meet Prime Minister Ruhakana Rugunda to discuss a very important matter ahead of the 2021 general election.
[Nation] Ethiopia’s Ababel Brihane is the new world half marathon record holder.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari says “harder times” await bandits whose disruptive activities have brought sorrow to Nigerians, kept many away from their means of livelihood, and heightened insecurity in parts of the country.
[New Zimbabwe] Two elections based civic organisations have slammed current attempts by President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government to amend the 2013 national Constitution for what has been perceived as intended for personal gain.
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[Zimbabwe Independent] The cash-strapped Zanu-PF has become heavily reliant on donor funding and bank overdrafts to finance party programmes with over 53,7% of its income in 2019 coming from donors as member subscriptions plunge, the Zimbabwe Independent can report.
[SAnews.gov.za] The Department of Basic Education has released, on its website, the scripted lesson plans which are being used in the pilot phase of Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in selected schools.
[The Exchange] The African Development Bank (AfDB) has approved the financing of Kenya’s north link road which when combined with the current section will make it the longest expressway in the country.