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[This is Africa] Africa has lost a musical icon with the death of legendary Zimbabwean artist Oliver "Tuku" Mtukudzi. He was one of Africa's top musicians. The continent mourns the death of an icon, and tributes continue to pour in. We at This Is Africa send our condolences to his family.
[allAfrica] The violent crackdown on nationwide protests by Zimbabwe security forces was met by deafening silence from the country's neighbours and the Southern African Development Community (SADC) regional block.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -allAfrica editor's note: The author of this blog post is anonymous because of fear of reprisals. The writer visited Zimbabwe in the past 12 months.
[allAfrica] Reports say Zimbabwe's legendary musician, Oliver Mtukudzi has died at Avenues Clinic in Harare.
[News24Wire] Beaufort West could run out of emergency bottled water "within the next day", according to a communication officer for the municipality.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is expected to provisionally withdraw corruption charges against Duduzane Zuma, Business Day reports.
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe has been provisionally awarded the rights to host this year's edition of the COSAFA Cup to be held in May subject to getting a Government guarantee, the Council of Southern Africa Football Associations (COSAFA) secretary general Sue Destombes confirmed Tuesday.
[The Herald] Attempts to ascribe last week's pre-planned violence instigated by the opposition MDC-Alliance and its civil society allies to the fuel situation in the country is a false link, President Mnangagwa established yesterday.
[The Herald] United Family International Church leader Prophet Emmanuel Makandiwa and his wife, Ruth, who were being sued for US$6,5 million over alleged "fake prophecies" have been cleared of any wrongdoing.
[News24Wire] The South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) has denied that controversial facilities company Bosasa, or anyone connected to the company, donated towards a crowdfunding campaign for a group of journalists, dubbed the SABC 8.
[News24Wire] Bosasa deleted 40 000 documents implicating the company and its executives in corruption from its servers days before investigators from the Special Investigating Unit (SIU) could access them, according to Angelo Agrizzi.
[CAJ News] Moscow -Zimbabwean President, Emmerson Mnangagwa, widely blamed for ongoing deadly protests in his country, looks to have ditched his mission to re-engage influential Western nations in his bid for economic revival.
[News24Wire] André Hanekom, 61, the South African man who was held in Mozambique since August last year, has died in custody in Pemba in that country.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Congress Party (MCP) presidential candidate Lazarus Chakwera has said the governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is responsible of masterminding rising cases of political violence and that it should not deny this.
[News24Wire] Employees of African Global Operations (AGO), formerly known as Bosasa, have been instructed to "remain calm" and immediately inform a director of the company if they are contacted by any member of the state capture commission of inquiry.
[SANEF] In response to an allegation published by TimesLive that Bosasa "appears" to have donated R100 000 to a crowdfunding campaign for the SABC8 journalists, the South African National Editors' Forum (Sanef) would like to clarify the following:
[Verdade] When President João Lourenço attended the World Economic Forum (WEF) in the Swiss town of Davos last January, he suggested that the winds of change were blowing in Angola. His message to investors was clear: the economic outlook looks bleak, but Angola's poor record with corruption, its ...
[Namibian] About 20 small-scale farmers who graduated from the Mashare Irrigation Training Centre in Kavango East last year, have missed out on the 2018/19 cropping season due to a lack of funds.
[Namibian] An Angolan citizen charged with having tried to defraud the Namibian government of more than N$172 million through a tax refund scam suggested in the Windhoek High Court yesterday that he should be granted bail, or the charges he is facing should be withdrawn.
[Namibian] Some students from Zimbabwe have requested that universities in Namibia grant them more time to register due to the internet shutdown in their country and delayed departures.
[Namibian] A DISPUTE over 360 unoccupied houses and apartments completed under the government's mass housing programme in Windhoek is now before the High Court.
[New Zimbabwe] MDC Vice President Morgen Komichi says the government should proceed to arrest the head of the Catholic Church, Pope Francis if it was determined to account for leaders of the various groups that took part in last week's protests over fuel price increases in Zimbabwe.
[New Zimbabwe] Poll based NGO, Election Resource Centre (ERC) has urged authorities to abandon upcoming by-elections in parts of the country, arguing the environment was still too tense for Zimbabweans to exercise their choices freely.
[New Zimbabwe] China's newly launched tourism project will see at least 350 tourists from the Asian economic giant fly into Zimbabwe every month to enjoy the country's rich tourism system dominated by one of the world's biggest natural wonders, the Victoria Falls.
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Congress of Trade Unions (ZCTU) president, Peter Mutasa's lawyers have written to police demanding to know if the firebrand trade unionist was on their wanted list.
[VOA] The Zimbabwean government's crackdown on fuel hike protesters has seen at least 12 people killed and more than 300 wounded in clashes with security forces, and as many as 600 people arrested.
[News24Wire] The so-called SABC 8 has outright rejected claims that it benefited from a R100 000 donation by state capture-implicated Bosasa to cover their living expenses while suspended by former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng.
[New Zimbabwe] The MDC and its breakaway party say they were ready to embrace President Emmerson Mnangagwa's Tuesday call for national dialogue but quickly warned the Zanu-PF leader must be sincere about his overtures.
[New Zimbabwe] Marondera -A total of 30 Marondera residents, including a local opposition councillor, are now in remand prison facing charges of invading and ransacking a police station during angry protests over a fuel price hike last week.
[Daily Maverick] A hi-tech study of one of man's distant relatives has further muddied our understanding of human evolution.

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