South Sudan to deport foreign employees over exploitation

South Sudan’s interior ministry is to deport 16 Kenyans and 4 Britons, employed by a private security company, following a pay dispute, allegations of unpaid taxes and the exploitation of local workers. Their deportation comes a few days after Insight Security failed

Zimbabwe teachers have been ‘reduced to beggars’

Zimbabwe teachers protesting their low wages are threatening to go on strike when schools reopen next month as the country’s deteriorating economy simultaneously faces yet another hike in fuel prices. The Progressive Teachers’ Union Secretary-General, Raymond Majongwe, issued the warning on Twitter

Zimbabwe opposition party Zapu to establish government in exile

Johannesburg – Zimbabwe opposition group, the Zimbabwe African People’s Union (Zapu), intends to establish a government in exile as an alternative to the current Zanu-PF-led government Mark Mbayiwa, treasurer-general of the party made the assertions during a rally in Johannesburg last week.

The Bodies of drowned South Africans to return home

The bodies of four South African friends who drowned while holidaying in Mozambique arrived in the country on Wednesday morning, according to family spokesperson Bongani Diako. Diako told African News Agency (ANA) on Wednesday morning that the bodies had arrived just after