JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, March 14, 2022/ -- NJ Ayuk, Executive Chairman, African Energy Chamber (www.EnergyChamber.org). Ayuk is also the CEO of the Centurion International AG, the first African company to be listed on the Dusseldorf stock exchange in Germany.
By NJ Ayuk
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has
JERUSALEM, March 14 (Reuters) - Sanctioned Russian oligarch Roman Abramovich was seen in Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion airport on Monday shortly before a jet linked to him took off for Istanbul.
A photograph obtained by Reuters showed Abramovich, owner of Britain's Chelsea soccer club, sitting in
The provinces of Matebeleland South and North had the lowest contribution to national gross domestic product (GDP) in a survey conducted by the Zimbabwe Statistics Agency (Zimstat) echoing the plight of economic marginalization in the region.
According to the 2019-2020 Provincial GDP Report released this morning,
263Chat · Terrified ZANU PF Blocking CCC Rallies: Chamisa
The blocking of Citizens Coalition for Change (CCC) Binga rally is a sign of panic and fear of the imminent defeat, the ruling ZANU PF will face in next year's national polls, party leader Nelson Chamisa has
The Election Resource Centre (ERC) has welcomed the appointment of the Electoral Court and implored the appointed personnel to ensure that democracy is upheld should there be contests arising from candidates contesting in elections.
Eighteen judges of the High Court were recently named by Chief Justice
Bulawayo City Council (BCC) Health department has bemoaned the poor management of “ordinary” TB cases which has led to cases of drug resistance Tuberculosis (DR-TB) soaring in the city.
In a meeting discussing the rising of DR-TB cases in the city last week, BCC Acting deputy
The Zimbabwe Petroleum and Allied workers Union (ZIPAWU) has accused National Oil Infrastructure Company (NOIC) top management of unjust labor practices that has seen the blacklisting and termination of employment of more than forty employees.
Addressing journalists in Harare this morning, ZIPAWU acting secretary general Panganai
Comair has released a statement saying it is unable to confirm when its two airlines kulula and BA Comair will start flying again as the South African Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has now indefinitely suspended its operating licence until such time as the SACAA has
Mountaineers – 307-9 in 50 overs (PJ Moor 76, Wellington Masakadza 66, Donald Tiripano 45; Dylan Hondo 4/25, Cuthbert Musoko 4/59, Roy Kaia 1/32)
Southern Rocks – 236 all out in 45.5 overs (Innocent Kaia 82, Sikandar Raza 76, Cephas Zhuwao 28; John Masara 4/43, Tony
LONDON, March 13 (Reuters) - Britain will pay people to open their homes to Ukrainians fleeing the Russian invasion as the government moves to deflect anger over its response to the fastest-growing refugee crisis in Europe since World War Two.
The new scheme called "Homes for