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Thu, 05 Oct 2017
South Africa and Zimbabwe sign more agreements

South Africa and Zimbabwe on Tuesday signed several agreements, which they say will further improve relations between them.

The agreements are in the areas of energy, environment, information communications technologies and sports and recreation. They were signed during the second session of the Bi-National Commission, co-chaired by President Jacob Zuma and President Robert Mugabe in Tshwane.

These new agreements are an addition to the 40 bilateral agreements and memoranda of understanding (MoU) between the two countries.

In a communique issued after the bilateral talks, the two Presidents directed that these agreements be fully implemented, while outstanding ones should be finalised.

The BNC also saw the establishment of a Joint Technical Committee whose mandate, among other things, will be to develop the necessary legal framework for the establishment of the One Stop Border Post (OSBP) at Beitbridge border post.

The two Heads of State reaffirmed the strategic importance of the project – at the busiest road border post in Africa – and directed the relevant ministers to fast-track its operationalisation.

The two countries stand to benefit immensely from the smooth movement of people and goods, harmonised processes and improved infrastructure, which will come with the introduction of this project.

They also committed to use their bilateral relations to push for the economic emancipation of the people. In order to achieve this, President Zuma, who was joined by several Cabinet Ministers, said the focus between the two countries must be on the transformation of the economy.

“The diversification of our economies and industrialisation will ultimately put the region on the right path as the global economy continues to play its own role,” the President said.

The two Heads of State reiterated their commitment to improving and strengthening the economic relations between the two countries by facilitating trade and removing impediments constraining bilateral trade and investments.

President Mugabe said he was happy to join hands with South Africa to ensure this transformation.

“This strategic partnership is an instrument for achieving the profound transformation of our countries’ economies, so let us join hands.”


Regional political stability

The Heads of State also discussed regional and international issues of mutual concern, wherein they reaffirmed their commitment to working together in pursuit of sustainable peace, stability, and economic development.

In the region, they particularly discussed the political and security situation in Lesotho and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), where they urged the two countries to implement the relevant SADC decisions and recommendations.

They reviewed the political developments on the continent and expressed their concern on the ongoing instability in some parts of the continent.

Furthermore, they stood in solidarity with the people of Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic (SADR) and Palestine.

With regards to SADR, the two Presidents reaffirmed the need for SADC to convene a solidarity conference with the people of Western Sahara.

On policies, the BNC reaffirmed its commitment to the continental integration processes and called for the implementation of the African Union’s Agenda 2063 and its Action Plan.

SA and Zimbabwe reaffirmed their support and commitment to Agenda 2030 for Sustainable Development, adopted by the United Nations in 2015.

The third session of the BNC [...]

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Tue, 26 Sep 2017
Banyana Banyana mentor pays tribute to her charges after winning Cosafa Wom...

Banyana Banyana caretaker coach Desiree Ellis has paid tribute to her team’s gallant effort after they beat Zimbabwe 2-1 to win the Cosafa Women’s Championship crown on Sunday.

Thembi Kgatlana and Leandra Smeda scored in each half to help South Africa to their fourth Cosafa title at a packed Barbourfields Stadium.

“This is a special group of players‚” said Ellis‚ who also won the regional tournament as a player in 2002.

“Just when you think it’s finished they surprise you all the time.

“It’s unbelievable to now have achieved this as a coach 15 years later. “The technical (team) was also fantastic because we kept the players in one piece throughout the tournament.”

Ellis‚ 54‚ maintained that Banyana didn’t play their best game despite them finishing the competition unbeaten.

“I thought at times we could have played more football but we played in patches‚” she said. “We were in complete control in the first half but we started playing the long ball in the second half; this is not our strength and it allowed Zimbabwe to come back in the game.

“People didn’t see the best of us.” Almost overcome by emotion‚ Ellis also dedicated her achievement to her family.

“This is for my family because I’ve been away from home more often than I have been there. “My family have supported me tremendously and this is also for the team and the country.”

Kgatlana was voted Player of the Tournament. She and Smeda also finished as the team’s joint top scorers with four goals apiece


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Wed, 29 Mar 2017
Malaria kills 150 in Zimbabwe

At least 150 people have died of malaria in Zimbabwe over the past two months, with nearly 90,000 infections recorded, a government official said on Monday.

“We have seen increased cases of malaria due to the more rains received this year that increased the breeding grounds for mosquitoes,” Joseph Mberikunashe, malaria director in the ministry of health, told AFP.

Mberikunashe said 151 deaths and 89,261 malaria cases had been recorded in the past two months following heavy rains, which also caused deadly floods.

He said that while a rise in malaria cases was expected after the rains, some of the deaths may have been caused by delays in seeking medical care.

“The deaths are caused by lack of access to health facilities,” he said.

The most affected regions of the country are in the south where floods cut off access to health clinics.

Heavy rains battered the southern African country from December until the end of February, leaving 246 people dead and at least 2,000 people homeless across the country while homes and schools were damaged and several dams burst.

The government has issued an international appeal for aid.

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