CoCT says Harare Infill housing project is progressing well

The City of Cape Town says its Harare Infill housing project in Khayelitsha is progressing well. The R134 million project will provide 900 qualifying beneficiaries with state-subsidised homes. Mayoral Committee Member for Human Settlements, Malusi Booi, says the internal services, which includes roads, storm water, water, sewer infrastructure and electrical[…]

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47 people were killed in Zimbabwe bus crash

At least 47 people were killed in Zimbabwe on Wednesday when two buses collided on a road between the capital Harare and the southeastern town of Rusape, police confirmed to AFP. “We confirm 47 people have died in a road traffic accident at the 166-kilometre peg along the Harare-Mutare highway,”[…]

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Kaunda in Harare to urge Mugabe to step down

Former Zambian President Kenneth Kaunda, aged 93 like President Robert Mugabe, has arrived in Harare to try to convince his old liberation colleague to step down. It’s believed Kaunda has been flown into the capital to convince the embattled leader to relinquish power. Mugabe missed the deadline to render his[…]

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Zimbabwe: What we know so far

There is growing uncertainty in Zimbabwe. Soldiers on Wednesday took over the headquarters of the state broadcaster ZBC and blocked access to government offices, but the army says this is not a military take over. President Robert Mugabe, who leads the ruling Zanu-PF party, is safe, an army spokesman has[…]

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