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Information is the key to life and the key to information is technology – so we are told.
By Tim Middleton 23h ago

South Africa's ruling party to decide Ramaphosa's future over 'Farmgate' scandal

The media has dubbed the affair "Farmgate".
By Reuters Dec. 2, 2022

Southern Africa’s smallholder farmers vulnerable

Tongaat Hulett’s mammoth sugar operations cover 119 000 hectares in South Africa
By Gaynor G Paradza Dec. 2, 2022

Gems draw powerhouse Australia

THE Gems coach Ropafadzo Mutsauki is upbeat about the team’s chances of making a big impression at next year’s World Cup
By Magreth Ruzvidzo Dec. 2, 2022

South Africa’s Ramaphosa faces impeachment threat over farm scandal

Parliament will examine the report, which was submitted on Wednesday, and decide whether to push ahead with impeachment proceedings
By Aljazeera Dec. 1, 2022

Karuru lifts lid on huge earnings in Saudi Arabia

Karuru said the decision by the highly regarded South African coach Pitso Mosimane to join Saudi Arabia second division club Al Ahli shows that the level of football in the country is high.
By Sports Reporter Dec. 1, 2022

Janusz Walus stabbed in South African prison

The attack came after a monument in honour of Mr Hani was vandalised on Saturday at the cemetery where he is buried.
By Bbc News Nov. 30, 2022

Constitutional democracy: To what extent are Zimbabweans free?

Yet those in power and their lapdogs still argue that  Zimbabweans are (meant to be) fully enjoying both political and economic freedoms.
By Rejoice Ngwenya Nov. 29, 2022

Car sales, repairs Zim’s top employers: ZimStat

The statistics show that 87,4% of the population was informally employed, with the majority (30,5%) employed in the wholesale and retail trade and sale and repair of motor vehicles.
By Miriam Mangwaya and Silas Nkala Nov. 29, 2022