Zimbabwe: Abusive boyfriend stabs girl to death, family seek justice

In Marondera in the east province of Zimbabwe, a woman identified as Sharon was killed by her boyfriend who stabbed her to death.

St Kitts: PM Terrance Drew signs MoU with Ross University

Prime Minister Dr Terrance Drew signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine

FACTS: Why to date a rich man

Kenya, Africa: Africa's famous Fashion Model and influencer, Stacy Michuki, believes in dating a rich man. The influencer made this statement on her social...

Gaborone: Maintenance Work begins for Boitumelo Primary School

The Mayor of Gaborone has urged the Contractor to do a stellar job on the maintenance works of Boitumelo Primary School in Sebele Ward

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ZAF recognizes female cyclists for sports contribution

Zambia: Zambia Air Force Command has recognized and honoured two champions from the Red Arrows Cycling Club for their contribution to the nation and club through sports.

Zambia Red arrows cycling club on rise, wins national champs

Zambia: Red Arrows cyclists Obert Chembe and Vannesa Mutende are the 2023 National Road Race champions after dominating the race, held at State Lodge from start to the finishing line.

Red Arrows Cycling Club, Livingstone Cycling Club enters to Zambia Air Force

Zambia: The Red Arrows Cycling Club (RACC) and Livingstone Cycling Club made a triumphant entry into Zambia Air Force (ZAF) Headquarters after completing a 03-day cancer and diabetes awareness ride from Livingstone to Lusaka.

Unity should be Mantra for CARICOM: Dominica PM Roosevelt Skerrit

Dominica: Prime Minister of Dominica Roosevelt Skerrit addressed the 45th sitting of CARICOM Heads of State in Trinidad and Tobago. 

Dominica PM Skerrit prioritizes progress of Resilience, Edu. as CARICOM marks 50th Anniversary

Dominica: Prime Minister and incoming Chairman of CARICOM, Dr Roosevelt Skerrit, shared a congratulatory message with the Caribbean Community as the institution observes its 50th anniversary.