Category archives for: HOSPITALITY

Limited time, funds to revive Mozambique agriculture

Mozambique fishermen

from ARMANDO DOMINGOS in Maputo, Mozambique MAPUTO, (CAJ News) – THE government and humanitarian organisations face a race against time to revive the farming, fisheries and livestock sectors that have borne the brunt of the Cyclone Idai ravaging Mozambique in recent weeks. According to experts, for a country where some 80 percent of the 29 […]

VaTsonga seek names reversal to restore identity

Herbert Hasani Phikela

from PATRICK CHITONGO in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe CHIREDZI, (CAJ News) – TRADITIONAL leaders and scholars from the VaTsonga tribe in Zimbabwe (also known as Shangaan) are demanding the reinstatement of names of local landmarks whose identities were controversially changed after the liberation war. Names of such facilities as schools, beer halls and health facilities were changed […]

Gogo emerges Zimbabwe’s new hero after devastating floods

Unidentified Zimbabwe elderly woman was rewarded big-time for showing love, compassion and extending hand to victims of Cyclone Idai floods. Econet Wireless Executive Chairman Dr Strive Masiyiwa, Jesus' ambassador himself rewarded the elderly woman. Picture, social media

from MARCUS MUSHONGA in Harare, Zimbabwe HARARE, (CAJ News) – AMID the gloom from the deadly floods devastating Zimbabwe, an act of selflessness that is the hallmark of the Southern African country in times of distress has emerged. In an example of the biblical dictate of putting other people’s needs first, an elderly woman has […]

New cane varieties to boost Zimbabwe’s sugar output

Sugar cane

from PATRICK CHITONGO in Chiredzi, Zimbabwe CHIREDZI, (CAJ News) – ZIMBABWE is anticipating increased production of sugar following the discovery of 19 new cane varieties. Test have proven the new varieties to produce better yields than the current types that are outdated and providing reduced yields due to generic exhaustion. It is expected the new […]

African economy loses $1 billion to Cyclone Idai

Cyclone Idai

from ADANE BIKILA in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia ADDIS ABABA, (CAJ News) – AFRICA could have lost infrastructure worth US$1 billion (R14,45 billion) as a result of Cyclone Idai battering Southern Africa. Malawi Mozambique and Zimbabwe are affected, and to a lesser extent, Madagascar. The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) made the projections as the death […]

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