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Death toll from Malawi tropical storm reaches 99

The main referral hospital in Blantyre says it is overwhelmed by the sheer number of bodies it is receiving.
By Bbc News Mar. 14, 2023

Raza lights up Pakistan Super League

The Zimbabwean stalwart’s brilliant innings consisted of eight fours and three sixes, striking at 208.82 percent.
By Daniel Nhakaniso Mar. 4, 2023

Govt courts new bank for power deal

Export-Import Bank of India has already made available US$310 million to bolster the rehabilitation and expansion of Hwange Thermal Power Station.
By Freeman Makopa Feb. 15, 2023

Tropical storm kills 30 in Madagascar, thousands displaced

Cheneso, which made landfall on Jan. 19, was Madagascar's first tropical storm of the year. The Indian Ocean island nation is typically hit by a series of such storms each year.
By Reuters Jan. 31, 2023

Return of the alliances

But they often also ended up fighting people they had no quarrel with.
By Gwynne Dyer Jan. 20, 2023

US Senate Introduces Legislation to Solidify Its Stand on Tibet-China Conflict

The Bill also recognises the Tibetans' right to self-determination and faults the Chinese government for violating that right.
By Latestly Dec. 24, 2022

Maiden Pharmaceuticals: India defends cough syrups linked to Gambia child deaths

The WHO had said in October that the four syrups - made by India's Maiden Pharmaceuticals - may be linked to the deaths of at least 66 children.
By Bbc News Dec. 16, 2022

Smuggled tomatoes flood Zim markets

In a new survey, Ama revealed that smuggled tomatoes were being shipped from countries such as Zambia.
By Mthandazo Nyoni Nov. 25, 2022

Implications of Zim’s exchange rate policy

An undervalued currency made labour cheaper than it might have been, it also inhibited the cost of basic supplies and services that had a domestic origin.
By Eddie Cross Oct. 28, 2022