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Rogan Taylor recalled that he was a devout Christian while growing up as a teenager in Rhodesia, the African country that eventually became Zimbabwe.
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By Hadra Ahmed, New Delhi, March 11 : A new initiative has India partnering with African countries to empower African women by developing skills that already exist within them.
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The head of a United Nations inquiry has said it is seeking to establish who should face prosecution for killings and other crimes in Central African Republic.
Family members of some of the Zimbabweans who died in a disused gold mine in South Africa last month have expressed fears that more bodies are still trapped underground.
Shocked villagers from the Nkayi district in Matabeleland North province, in Zimbabwe, gathered on Sunday to bury 18 young men who died, apparently from poisonous gas, in a long abandoned and collapsed mine shaft in Roodepoort two weeks ago.
The Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions says about 75 companies failed to open after the festive season, leaving at least 8,000 workers jobless.
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Men walk hand in hand with other men throughout village Africa, and even in cities.
The relentless rainfall has wreaked havoc in Kliptown, Soweto. And families whose homes were swept away by floodwaters are being sheltered in a community hall.
African government efforts to force mining firms to process minerals before export may backfire as they come up against weakening commodity prices and investor demands that firms reduce risky investments.
A strong stench of human waste engulfs the massive transit camp with big green flies hovering all over the small white and blue tents.
Potato plants in the backyard of Lina Chingama, 44, from Zimbabwe's Norton town, 40 kilometres west of the capital Harare.
T leader Morgan Tsvangirai on Saturday told rivals pushing for his ouster that they were welcome to quit if they did not want to work with him.
FAILED Zanu PF councillor and former Harare province youth league leader, Jim Kunaka, has been accused of looting council funds meant to pay salaries for the local authority's work force.