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Camping at Balule Camp – Kruger National Park

This camp is small and offers the visitor a measure of exclusivity. No day visitors are allowed and entrance permits have to be obtained at Olifants or Satara. Balule Bushcamp Thatched Huts Balule bush camp is a fenced camp in the Kruger National Park. The camp is divided into two sections by a wire fence and dense vegetation. Each section ...

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Western Sahara peace talks begins at UN in Geneva

Western Sahara now seems to shape up into a future. Talks have begun, first in years of course amid fighting, at the United Nations, which announced about it on Wednesday, in headquarters Geneva. The first attempt of UN to end fighting in Western Sahara was in 1991 when the organization had set up a peacekeeping mission dubbed as United Nations ...

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Addressing to Nigerian community in Poland Buhari said he is the real him

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Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari said Sunday he will soon celebrate his 76th birthday and he is the real him and not Jubril from Sudan, his supposed double who is much talked lately. Buhari was addressing the Nigerian community in Krakow, Poland and was responding to the question whether he was real or Jubril. His birthday is on December 17. He ...

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How Namibia fought HIV explains health minister Bernard Haufiku

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Namibian Health Minister Dr Bernard Haufiku has come up with some useful suggestions about how to fight HIV/Aids and how Namibia has done the same over the years. He said the country got people tested regularly, most the men, and even now many are not yet tested and this is the reason they are yet away from achieving the 9090 ...

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Former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe unable to walk for two months

Former president of Zimbabwe, Robert Mugabe, is in Singapore for past two months for medical reasons and lately it is revealed he is unable to walk. The new President Emmerson Mnangagwa said Saturday in a first of a series Zanu PF rally at Murombedzi Growth Point in Mashonaland West province that the 94-year-old veteran leader has not been walking for ...

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Zimbabwe cuts 5% pay cut for president and other top level government officials

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Zimbabwe finance minister Mthuli Ncube has come up with a way to reduce expenditure which has outstrip revenue collections. In his maiden 2019 budget he imposed a 5 percent pay cut for President Emmerson Mnangagwa, his deputies and other top level government officials before parliament on Thursday. He said, “As a first step, government has decided that effective 1 January ...

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Lack of foreign currency has crippled Zimbabwe’s economy

The economic crisis in Zimbabwe has still continued even after the removal of President Robert Mugabe about a year ago and months since the country’s general elections. Foreign currency shortage has crippled businesses and inflation has taken a giant leap. Shortages of medical supplies, fuel and other essentials are threatening social unrest. The primary reasons for such deteriorating situations are ...

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