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Plush government home haunts Tsvangirai

Officials claim President Robert Mugabe is calling in favours he granted to Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai - at the MDC's expense.

Row over Zim indigenisation deals

Indigenisation Minister Saviour Kasukuwere and Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe governor Gideon Gono are locked in a battle over indigenisation policy.

Zim hospitals rely on charity to survive

Zimbabwe's hospitals are being forced to carry out fundraising activities to keep afloat owing to low budget disbursements from the finance ministry.

RIP: Those who left us in 2012

We look back at those who died in 2012.

M&G Literary Festival 2012: Full programme

The festival aims to survey what is being written in and about South Africa, its society and people.

Faith, doubt and reflection

The University of Cape Town has conferred an honorary doctor of literature on novelist, playwright and academic Zakes Mda.

Women bridge the technical divide to help maintain hospitals

We feature some of those who are plying their trade at the Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital.

Shot in the arm for ailing Limpopo

Few health professionals or administrators have the broad experience or the specialist knowledge of Dr Maphata Norman Mabasa.

Ivorian rebel leader attends Cabinet meeting

Guillaume Soro, leader of the New Forces rebels who occupy the north of war-divided Côte d'Ivoire recently attended his first Cabinet meeting in more than a year. Up to now Soro has refused to travel to the main city, Abidjan, in the government-controlled south since President Laurent Gbagbo's forces broke a long-held ceasefire agreement in November 2004.

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