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2017-09-19 Football Body Complains Against Zimbabwean Referee
[Times of Zambia] Zambia's emphatic 7-1 bashing of Madagascar at the ongoing regional COSAFA Women Championship did not stop them from lodging an official complaint against Zimbabwean match referee for biased officiating.

2017-09-18 Uganda Overcome Madagascar, Date South Africa
[Monitor] Rugby -Uganda Lady Cranes will face defending champions South Africa in the semi-finals after beating Madagascar 12-05 in the quarterfinals.

2017-09-15 Five Die As Pneumonic Plague Re-Emerges in Madagascar
[East African] At least five people have died of pneumonic plague in Madagascar, public health officials said Friday.

2017-09-14 Mighty Warriors Coach Happy With Win
[The Herald] Mighty Warriors coach, Sithethelelwe "Kwinji 15" Sibanda, says her troops played a perfect game as they destroyed Madagascar 4-0 in their opening 2017 COSAFA Women Championships group match at Barbourfields yesterday.

2017-09-14 Makore Stars for Mighty Warriors
[The Herald] Rutendo Makore scored all four goals as Zimbabwe made an excellent start to their 2017 COSAFA Women's Championship Group A campaign with a 4-0 victory over Madagascar at Barbourfields yesterday.

2017-09-13 Mighty Warriors Confident of Victory
[The Herald] Mighty Warriors striker Rutendo Makore is brimming with confidence ahead of their COSAFA Women's Championship opening encounter against Madagascar this afternoon at Barbourfields. The regional tournament gets underway this morning with a Group C match between Namibia and Botswana at 10:30 am. It will be followed by the encounter between Group A's Zambia and Malawi at 2pm before Zimbabwe clash against Madagascar at 4:30pm in another Group A tie.

2017-09-06 Ethiopia's Lake Tana Is Losing the Fight to Water Hyacinth
[The Conversation Africa] Lake Tana is the largest lake in Ethiopia. It holds 50% of the country's fresh water. It is also the source of the Blue Nile, which contributes up to 60% of the Nile's water. Not only is the lake important as a water source for over 123 million people in the Nile Basin, it is also a source of food in the form of fish. But weeds are threatening this life-giving resource.

2017-09-04 Mixed Rainfall Pattern for SADC
[SANF] Southern Africa is expected to record varying rainfall patterns for the upcoming agricultural season.

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