Southern Africa



A family spreads their household belongings in the front yard to dry after Cyclone Idai’s rampage through Buzi, Mozambique

Picture: © UNHCR / Alissa Everet

Along a main road in Buzi, Mozambique, fallen mango trees, that once stretched high in to the sky, litter the sidewalks. Buildings have been reduced to rubble, while many of those still standing no longer have roofs or windows. The front end of a car Read more


Cyclone Idai brings destruction to Mozambique 1

Photo Credit - MSF

MSF teams are responding to the cyclone in Mozambique, Malawi, and Zimbabwe. Based on what our teams are seeing so far, a significant emergency response will be needed, including medical services and water and sanitation support. Read more


Rands, South Africa

J&C Greyling

The death of South African based Zimbabwean businessman - Abraham Ndoro has opened a can of worms, shedding light on the murky pension industry in the Southern Africa powerful economy. Read more

South Africa

From time to time, Manuel Vicente sends an executive jet to France and Portugal (the luxurious Falcon-900 or the sophisticated Falcon X-7) for the exclusive transportation of wine and cognac for his personal consumption. The flights are operated by Read more


Albinism in Malawi must stop

Photo: Amnesty International

The Malawian authorities must urgently overhaul the criminal justice system to protect people with albinism, who face the persistent threat of being killed for their body parts in a country where the vast majority of these horrific crimes remain Read more