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Work can be a violent experience for Zimbabwe’s forest rangers

13 Feb 2021 /  Tafadzwa Mushonga  
Not only are they at direct risk of death in the line of duty, they also experience violence as implementers of the policy.

African Union team has 20 countries lining up for vaccines

12 Feb 2021 /  Janice Kew, Bloomberg  
Financial arrangements are being finalised with the African Export-Import Bank before the vaccines are delivered, Nkengasong said.

Covid-19 crisis grows in Tanzania as president rejects risks

12 Feb 2021 /  Bloomberg News  
Amid the unfolding health-care crisis, President John Magufuli has declared the East African nation free of Covid-19.

Sona 2020 vs 2021: Promises made and somewhat kept

12 Feb 2021 /  Larry Claasen   8
Government’s master plans start to come together, but challenges remain.

Air Namibia files for voluntary liquidation – Namibia’s finance minister

11 Feb 2021 /  Nyasha Nyaungwa, Reuters   2
The government said it would pay airline employees the value of one year's salary, over the next 12 months.

Africa not ‘walking away’ from AstraZeneca vaccine, CDC says

11 Feb 2021 /  Alexander Winning and Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo, Reuters  
But will target its use in countries that have not reported cases of the variant dominant in South Africa.

African startup investments fall for first time in almost a decade

11 Feb 2021 /  Helene Fouquet and Loni Prinsloo, Bloomberg  
As investors in the fledgling tech scene were put off by the Covid-19 pandemic, according to venture capital firm Partech Partners.

Alrosa to donate Sputnik vaccines to Angola, Zimbabwe

11 Feb 2021 /  Ray Ndlovu, Bloomberg   1
To help those nations’ inoculation programs, Chief Executive Officer Sergey Ivanov said.

More African nations seen tapping G-20 debt plan

11 Feb 2021 /  Simon Marks, Bloomberg   1
On revenue drop.

Zimbabwe to get vaccines from China on February 15

10 Feb 2021 /  Ray Ndlovu, Bloomberg   2
Allowing the country to kick-start a campaign to inoculate two-thirds of its population.

eSwatini will not use AstraZeneca vaccine

10 Feb 2021 /  Alexander Winning, Reuters  
After SA trial data.

Free vaccines, sanctions and a goat on a rope

8 Feb 2021 /  Cathy Buckle   3
Amid the relief of rain, Zimbabweans are questioning exactly who, if anyone, paid for Covid vaccines.

Ebola resurfaces in previous epidemic zone of Congo, WHO says

8 Feb 2021 /  Jason Gale, Bloomberg  
'It is not unusual for sporadic cases to occur following a major outbreak,' WHO said.

Ramaphosa says access to concessional loans key to Africa’s recovery

6 Feb 2021 /  Olivia Kumwenda-Mtambo, Reuters   2
'Assess to concessional finance will remain crucial as countries rebuild their economies'.

President Mnangagwa claimed Zimbabwe was open for business

6 Feb 2021 /  Henning Melber and Roger Southall   10
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