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Fri,20Jul2018

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McKinsey's new boss apologises to S.Africans over corruption scandal

In this photo taken in September 2010 Atul Gupta is seen outside magistrates courts in Johannesburg. Photo: AP/SIPAMcKinsey's new global head will today apologise to South Africans for work the firm did with friends of scandal-plagued former president Jacob Zuma, an ill-fated deal that tarnished the reputation of the world's biggest consultancy.

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Zimbabwe agriculture: A commanding performance

 

Sven Torfinn/Panos-REAA programme focused  on maize in 2016 has delivered rapid results, but critics want to know more about the unclear terms  of ‘Command Agriculture’ before passing judgement

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ITV: Sibusiso Moyo, Foreign minister, Zimbabwe

 

Alexander Shcherbak/Tass via Getty ImagesThe foreign minister in the ZANU-PF government outlines the prospects and preparations for free and fair elections

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Zimbabwe politics: The opposition scents victory

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With the youthful Nelson Chamisa as its flagbearer, can the opposition Movement for Democratic Change finally live up to its name in elections planned for later this month?

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South African barista brews the country's first black-owned coffee brand

Prepared coffee beans. Photo: John Minchillo/AP/SIPASihle's Brew is South Africa's first fully black owned coffee brand, offering customers a variety of specialty blends, designed by coffee barista, Sihle Magubane.

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Zimbabwe elections: Sekai Nzenza - walking her way to power

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Sekai Nzenza’s local roots and activism provided fuel for her political campaign 

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