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AFRICAN VIEW: Volatile US exposes self as hypocrisy superpower

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African BureauPRETORIA - THE United States of America (USA) is experiencing unprecedented violent protests caused by the murder of and brutality against the minority blacks by outrageous law enforcement personnel. This trend, the latest being the callous murder of African-American, George Floyd, is blamed on racism, with the state largely complicit. While the...

Africa accelerating the adoption of 4G

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from AKANI CHAUKE in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – A GLOBAL research and consulting firm is encouraged at the progress made by Africa to accelerate the embracing of fourth-generation of cellular network technology (4G). The encouragement by Strategy Analytics follows its new wireless market forecasts, at the start of this year, indicating a decline in...

Zimbabwe worst hit by global cricket cancellation

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) director, Hamilton Masakadza. File photo

from WELLINGTON TONI in Harare HARARE - THE cancellation of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Women's World Cup qualifier scheduled for Sri Lanka in July has dealt Zimbabwe a double blow. It comes after the Southern African side was disqualified from previous international tournaments following problems at Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC). ICC...

‘Hypocritical’ US burns as African Americans demonstrate

Violent US protests, photo by Lucas Jackson, Reuters

from PATRICIA MILLER in New York, United StatesNEW YORK - THE death of George Floyd at the hands of police has not only drawn protests against the alleged racism by law enforcers but reignited accusations of hypocrisy against the United States (US). It claims to be champions for human rights, rule of law and democracy but critics dismiss...

Resist revenge but leave all in Jehovah’s hands

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKAA MAJORITY of people will never appreciate no matter how much good you do for them. Such kinds of people only remember the mistakes you commit and merely the bad things you do. A human being is never good at all! Of all creatures in...

Crooks ambush weak Africa cyber systems

from SAVIOUS KWINIKA in Johannesburg, South AfricaJOHANNESBURG – THERE is growing concern over the prevalence of criminals preying on the lack of cyber security culture in Africa. This has prompted experts to host a virtual security culture event aimed at empowering businesses with vital tech skills and knowledge in establishing a crucial cyber security awareness culture in the...

God’s grace qualifies the unqualified

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKA

True Gospel with SAVIOUS-PARKER KWINIKASO many people have tried in vain to reinvent themselves. They have been unsuccessful in transforming themselves from a previous life of wrongdoing. Others have never done anything wrong and tried frantically to earn a decent, competent, reasonable, fair and acceptable kind of life through hard work. Yet,...

COVID-19 kills Zimbabwe players dream moves to SA

Zimbabwe Warriors defender, Teenage Hadebe, who plays for Turkish premiership side Malatyaspor. Hadebe is former Kaizer Chiefs defender.

from WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - A LACK of football emanating from the lockdown against the coronavirus (COVID-19), particularly in Zimbabwe, is projected to have an impact on the movement of players to the South African Premiership in the next transfer window. A top agent argued the shutdown of the Zimbabwe Premier Soccer League (PSL), which is...

Zimbabwe launches fund to keep tourism afloat

Hwange National Park

from WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - INDUSTRY executives have welcomed a fund set by the Zimbabwean government to cushion the hotel and tourism industry during the lockdown against the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak The government has introduced ZWL$500 million to keep the besieged industry afloat. Mangaliso Ndlovu, the Tourism and Environment Minister, presiding over the...

Women appeal for leadership in ICT sector

Women in Technology Business director, Valentine Gwerevende. Photo by Wellington Toni, CAJ News Africa, Zimbabwe Bureau

by WELLINGTON TONI in HarareHARARE - COMMEMORATIONS of the World Telecommunications Day have brought to the fore the insufficient efforts channelled towards the  empowerment of women, especially those in the rural areas. The Women in Technology Business has bemoaned the trend, particularly the scant representation of females in leadership positions in the sector. “There are a lot of...