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Zimbabwe stops hiring public workers as it struggles to pay

Zimbabwe charges 68 with violence after protests, activist denied bail

Zimbabwe magistrate court will rule today on whether the 68 people charged with public violence last week will be released from custody.
OUTA files complaint against Eskom with Competition Commission

S.African Treasury, Eskom row over coal contracts as government rifts deepen

Analysts say the tussle between Treasury and Eskom signals a prolonged dispute.
South Africa's drought recovery could be stalled by uncertain rain prospects

South Africa's drought recovery could be stalled by uncertain rain prospects

S. Africa's recovery from its worst drought in over century could be stalled as anticipated rain relief remains uncertain.
South Africa's rand weaker on firm dollar

South Africa's rand weaker on firm dollar, finmin woes

South Africa's rand weakened against the U.S. dollar in early trade on Tuesday, weighed down by a firm greenback.
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