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29/01/2015 - France - Zimbabwe

French delegation explores investment in Zimbabwe

A 10-member French delegation is in Zimbabwe to assess trade prospects and team members have already met President Robert Mugabe.
21/01/2015

African press review 21 January 2015

Violence against women is still widespread in Egypt. Kenyatta apologises for the teargassing of schoolkids. Zimbabwe does better on jobs than some people say.

Robert Mugabe
14/01/2015 - Report: Zimbabwe

Zanu-PF Mujuru faction accuses Mugabes of 'greed and hate'

In Zimbabwe a prominent ally of ousted vice-president Joice Mujuru has issued a public attack on President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace.
07/01/2015

African press review 7 January 2015

Why are fewer SA school-leavers passing their exams? Why is little learning going on in Kenyan schools? Should Mugabe be on holiday while floods make hundreds homeless?
01/01/2015

African press review 1 January 2015

President Uhuru Kenyatta feels that Kenya is on the path to prosperity.

23/12/2014

African press review 23 December 2014

Instagram, Zimbabwe's new bond coins and Beji Caid Essebsi's victory in Tunisia's presidential election - all in today's papers ...

17/12/2014

African press review 17 December 2014

Controversy over freedom and fighting political violence continues in Kenya. Malema calls for land occupation. Developing ecnomies lose 900 billion euros in hidden capital transfers.
11/12/2014

African press review 11 December 2014

Mugabe picks his new V-Ps and claims someone has triedto kill one of them already. All South Africa's languages are equal but some are mor equal than others.
"The Crocodile" - Zimbabwe's nes first vice-president Emmerson Mnangagwa
11/12/2014 - Report: Zimbabwe

Mugabe appoints new vice-presidents as Zanu-PF succession battle continues

Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe has ended weeks of speculation by naming his two new vice-presidents.
08/12/2014

African press review 8 December 2014

Diamonds and land in Zimbabwe, the economy in South Africa, teachers in Kenya and the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt - all in today's papers around the continent...

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