02-Feb-2022 to 09:50

AU at 20: "a lot achieved despite many flaws"

APA-Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — Despite the criticisms levelled against the African Union over the last two decades, it is far from being a docile follower of the orders of its member states, writes Thomas Kwasi Tieku, Associate Professor of Political Science, King’s University College.

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02-Feb-2022 to 08:52

Kigali: New date set for C'weath summit

APA Kigali (Rwanda) — Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland has announced the week of June 2022 as the new date agreed with member countries for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM) to be hosted by Rwanda, a statement revealed on Wednesday.

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31-Jan-2022 to 14:11

AU suspends Burkina over coup

APA - Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) — The African Union has suspended Burkina Faso from participating in the activities of the pan-African organization until constitutional order is restored in the country.

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19-Jan-2022 to 09:42

Main Kariba dam rehabilitation work almost complete – Body

APA-Lusaka (Zambia) — The Zambezi River Authority (ZRA) is this month expected to complete part of the work to rehabilitate Kariba Dam that is jointly shared by Zambia and Zimbabwe and a major source of hydropower generation for the two neighbours, ZRA said on Wednesday.

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31-Dec-2021 to 07:59

Indian group snaps Vale’s Mozambique coal mining, logistics assets

APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — India’s Jindal Group is set to pay US$270 million for Brazilian multinational Vale’s Mozambican and Malawian assets comprising a coal mine and a logistics company, APA learnt here on Friday.

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29-Dec-2021 to 08:12

Australian firm to raise US$4m for Zimbabwe oil and gas project

APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Australia-based oil and gas firm Invictus Energy is on the market to raise A$5.5 million (about US$3.98 million) for its Zimbabwean oil prospecting project, the company announced on Wednesday.

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21-Dec-2021 to 10:44

Zimbabwe mulls railway link with Zambia’s Kafue town - Minister

APA-Harare (Zimbabwe) — Zimbabwe has secured funding to construct a railway line that will link the capital Harare to Kafue in Zambia and ease the congestion on the main highway connecting the two countries, according to Transport Minister Felix Mhona on Tuesday.

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