Triggerfish shines in Annie Awards marks triumph for South African animation

The receiving of the honour at the Annie Awards marks a significant triumph for African animation in the highly competitive motion picture industry and especially the South Africa.

Rachel Ruto vows to plant 500 Million Trees in Kenya

The First Lady of Kenya Rachel Ruto has pledged her support to Kenya’s Tree growing campaign by planting 500 Million Trees.

RUSA seeks public assistance to find stolen vehicles

RUSA has been seeking public assistance to locate two motor vehicles in Clover Lane, Mountview and Victoria Embarkment in Durban.

Vehicle hijackers caught while crossing Zimbabwe border

A senior police officer said that a Ford Ranger Raptor valued R1.5 million was recovered and was enroute to Beitbridge Port of Entry and was intended to be smuggled to Zimbabwe .

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High Commissioner of India Bharath Kuthati pays courtesy call to Rakgare

The Indian High Commissioner to Botswana, Bharath Kumar Kuthati, paid a courtesy call to the Minister of Youth, Gender, Sport and Culture, Tumiso Rakgare, to discuss bilateral cooperation between India and Botswana in sports, arts and youth on Tuesday.

CSG Patricia Scotland speaks about Economic challenges at Uganda NAM Summit

Commonwealth Secretary Patricia Scotland visited Uganda on 21 January to attend the 19th Non-Aligned Movement Summit.

President Mnangagwa celebrates National Unity Day, recollects founding fathers

Zimbabwe celebrated the National Unity Day on Friday, 22 December. President Mnangagwa, while addressing the gathering, remembered the Country’s founders who brought unity and peace, the cornerstone of national development.

12 captured in FISP scam in Petauke

Zambia (Petauke): Twelve people, including two government officers, have been arrested by police in Petauke following the theft of government fertilizer designated for the Farmer Input Support Programme (FISP).

Heavy police deployed after Tutwa Ngulube’s 1st memorial cancelled

Zambia: The Zambia Government forces the late Tutwa Ngulube, the former member of the Parliament of Zambia, to cancel his first memorial service.