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    27-Apr-2015 to 16:37

    Namibia women warned against marriage of convenience

    APA-Windhoek (Namibia) — Immigration minister Pendukeni Iivula-Ithana has warned young Namibian women to desist from entering into marriage of conveniences with foreign nationals.

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    27-Apr-2015 to 14:24

    Lesotho: IFAD injects US$24.5m to boost small farmers

    APA- Maseru (Lesotho) — The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), an arm of the World Bank, has injected US$ 24.5 million to help small Basotho farmers to venture into various agricultural produce.

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    27-Apr-2015 to 11:27

    Lesotho army chief faces the sack

    APA- Maseru (Lesotho) — Lesotho’s army chief, Lieutenant General Maaparankoe Mahao said Monday that the decision by Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili to demote him from the position of Commander of the Lesotho Defence Forces (LDF) is now being worked out within the law.

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    27-Apr-2015 to 11:11

    Lesotho hosts preparatory workshop for Source Africa 2015

    APA-Maseru (Lesotho) — Lesotho, in partnership with the Southern African Trade Hub, is holding a two-day workshop from Monday in Maseru in preparations for Source Africa 2015.

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    26-Apr-2015 to 23:22

    Nigeria draws fire from S/Africa over recalled envoy

    APA-Pretoria (South Africa) — South Africa has criticized Nigeria for recalling its ambassador over its dissatisfaction over Pretoria’s handling of the violent attacks on foreigners.

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    26-Apr-2015 to 17:00

    S/African newspaper mobilizes funds for xenophobia victim

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — South African's weekly newspaper The Sunday Times says it has launched a mobilization campaign to raise funds to support the Mozambican family of Manuel Sithole who died last week, for four individuals, in Alexandra township, APA can report on Sunday.

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    26-Apr-2015 to 15:15

    S.Africa's Zuma responds to Mozambican author

    APA-Maputo (Mozambique) — President Jacob Zuma has responded to an open letter written to him by Mozambique’s top writer, poet and novelist, Mia Couto, calling for vigorous measures to end the wave of anti-immigrant attacks against foreigners living in South Africa, APA can report on Sunday.

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