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6 Zimbos nabbed over R6 million cigarettes contraband

The illicit cigarettes and the trucks would be used as exhibits during their trial.
By Rex Mphisa Feb. 2, 2023

Mahachi’s Maritzburg move in limbo

The Team of Choice recently revealed its new acquisitions, including Kwame Peprah who joined on loan from Orlando Pirates.
By Terry Madyauta Feb. 1, 2023

When national medicines regulators fail, African Medicines Agency must step in

MEDICINES regulators have a duty to protect African populations from being harmed by medical products that are of substandard quality and safety.
By Lenias Hwenda Feb. 1, 2023

Zim diaspora in SA forms consortium to spearhead migrants’ development

Nyathi said the group would organise migrants in southern Africa into various developmental activities in their host countries to work with citizens of those countries.
By Silas Nkala Jan. 21, 2023

SA-based Zimbos appeal for legal fees

Zepha is appealing for monetary donations from members of the public to finance its High Court application to be heard in Pretoria on January 24, 2023.
By Elma Zhoya Jan. 20, 2023

Refusing undocumented children access to school 'wrong and illegal', says lawyer

Foreign nationals' kids born in SA can be denied citizenship
By Eye Witness Sa Jan. 17, 2023

South Africa faces legal action over power crisis

They have given the government up to Friday to stabilise electricity supply or face legal action for contravening its duty to provide electricity.
By Bbc News Jan. 17, 2023

South African rand dives after president cancels Davos trip over energy crisis

The South African rand traded at 17.065 against the U.S. dollar at 0930 GMT, 1.29% weaker than its previous close and its weakest level since Dec. 1.
By Reuters Jan. 16, 2023

Dzvukamanja club-hunting

Dzvukamanja had been reduced to a benchwarmer under Spanish coach Jose Riviero
By Terry Madyauta Jan. 7, 2023