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Zimbabwe Most Highly Developed Country In Africa After South Africa, President Robert Mugabe

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He denied that the country was a fragile state. “We have over 14 universities and our literacy rate is over 90 [%] – the highest in Africa,” he said, adding that the economy was improving. Check also: Desperate Zimbabwean Girls Of About 15 Years Turn To Sex Work Zimbabwe has been struggling to pay its civil servants recently and is ranked ...

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Fake Surgeon Flees After Killing A Patient With Knife

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Alebtong — Police in Alebtong District are hunting for a fake surgeon suspected to have killed a patient in what is believed to be a failed operation. Check also: Uganda’s Criminal Gang Leader, Bruce Bukenya Finally Arrested The suspect, who the police said has been masquerading as a medical surgeon, allegedly cut off the victim’s breast with a kitchen knife, leading ...

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Tanzanian President John Magufuli Sacked 10,000 Civil Servants Over Fake Education Certificates.

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He was responding to the release of a government report into fraudulent qualifications in the public sector. The education minister said that some had been using their relatives’ school certificates, while others did not appear on official records at all. Check also: Do You Think Magufuli ‘s Leadership System Is Hurting Tanzanian Economy? President Magufuli has given those on the list ...

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Uganda’s Criminal Gang Leader, Bruce Bukenya Finally Arrested

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Kampala — A man accused by police of allegedly leading a criminal gang that has been terrorising parts of the country, Bruce Bukenya one time passed himself off as an army officer, some of his associates said yesterday. Check also: Why Uganda And US Have Stopped Hunting For Joseph Kony Bruce Bukenya a.k.a BK was part of the 30 individuals who were ...

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U.S. Accuses Salva Kiir Over Man-Made Famine And Ongoing Conflict

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UNITED NATIONS – The United States slammed South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir on Tuesday for the African state’s “man-made” famine and ongoing conflict, urging him to fulfill a month-old pledge of a unilateral truce by ordering his troops back to their barracks. Check also: Peace Calling In South Sudan Through Video Games “We must see a sign that progress is possible,” ...

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