Zimbabwean prophet, Walter Magaya HIV cure claim problematic
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Walter Magaya, a self-proclaimed Zimbabwean prophet and faith healer has claimed that he has discovered a cure for HIV/AIDS, and cancer. The announcement has divided opinion, with critics accusing the Pastor of preying on the vulnerable, while others say his “cure” is simply a hoax, since it has not been independently, and scientifically tested.

Uncertain political future but for now Zimbabwe is doing just fine
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Politics and Society Uncertain political future but for now Zimbabwe is doing just fine

What happened in Zimbabwe has some of the hallmarks of how coups have been staged in other countries yet it doesn’t seem quite accurate to single it out as one. Debates are still going on about how to define the political situation but what is certain in Zimbabwe is we are witnessing the political ground shifting, in ways we never imagined.

#WCW: Talent Jumo, sisterhood through Katswe
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Lifestyle #WCW: Talent Jumo, sisterhood through Katswe

Our WCW today is an activist from Zimbabwe. Talent Jumo describes herself as a dynamic and passionate feminist activist. She is the founder and Director of Katswe Sistahood, a young women’s organisation based in Harare, Zimbabwe. She has more than 13 years experience working on women and health programmes, particularly on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), HIV and AIDS.

Nigerian innovator Oshi Agabi reveals computer which can smell explosives
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Africans rising Nigerian innovator Oshi Agabi reveals computer which can smell explosives

Nigerian innovator Oshiorenoya Agabi is continuing to sail through new heights having recently unveiled a computer chip that can smell explosives. The computer which is based on mice neurons and not silicon could be implanted into the brain of future robots, training them to recognise danger via odours, definitely the next thing in airport security.