Property Firms Adjust to Economic Downturn

[Zimbabwe Standard] Players in the property sector are developing packages to suit low-income earners as they chase the elusive dollar owing to the prevailing harsh economic environment.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Players in the property sector are developing packages to suit low-income earners as they chase the elusive dollar owing to the prevailing harsh economic environment.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Does Smoking Cannabis Lead to Better Performance?

[Zimbabwe Standard] Ali G — a British comedian — sporting dreadlocks and smoking ganja approaches the police commissioner and asks, “Yeh man, Mr Officer, is it really a crime to smoke herb on the streets?”

[Zimbabwe Standard] Ali G -- a British comedian -- sporting dreadlocks and smoking ganja approaches the police commissioner and asks, "Yeh man, Mr Officer, is it really a crime to smoke herb on the streets?"

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tanzania-Malawi Lake Dispute Grows

[East African] The dispute between Malawi and Tanzania over ownership of Lake Nyasa is turning into a fully fledged diplomatic row, with Lilongwe now threatening to go to The Hague.

[East African] The dispute between Malawi and Tanzania over ownership of Lake Nyasa is turning into a fully fledged diplomatic row, with Lilongwe now threatening to go to The Hague.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Indaba 2017 Showcases the Best of African Tourism

[Deutsche Welle] The annual tourism exhibtion plays host to more than 20 African countries seeking to endorse the natural beauty and culture they have to offer international visitors.

[Deutsche Welle] The annual tourism exhibtion plays host to more than 20 African countries seeking to endorse the natural beauty and culture they have to offer international visitors.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Respect Rights to Unlock Aid, Bujumbura Told

[East African] The European Union has asked Burundi to allow the UN Human Rights Office to resume operations in the country to give negotiations on Brussels lifting its suspension on aid against Bujumbura a fighting chance.

[East African] The European Union has asked Burundi to allow the UN Human Rights Office to resume operations in the country to give negotiations on Brussels lifting its suspension on aid against Bujumbura a fighting chance.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Freed Chibok Schoolgirls Reunited With Their Families

[Deutsche Welle] Dozens of young women who were kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists have been reunited with relatives in Nigeria’s capital. Authorities had taken the 82 freed Chibok girls to Abuja after their release earlier this month.

[Deutsche Welle] Dozens of young women who were kidnapped by Boko Haram extremists have been reunited with relatives in Nigeria's capital. Authorities had taken the 82 freed Chibok girls to Abuja after their release earlier this month.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria