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[News24Wire] The African National Congress has not yet decided on who should replace North West Premier Supra Mahumapelo who announced his "early retirement" this week.
 
[News24Wire] The SA Council of Educators (SACE) conceded on Sunday that it had not used the Sex Offenders Register to vet teachers in the past as it was still in the process of gaining access to it.
 
[News24Wire] The ex-boyfriend of one of two North West schoolgirls, who were found dead in their hostel, has been arrested in connection with their alleged murders, police said on Sunday.
 
[The Herald] History was made last Thursday as Zimbabwe became the first country in the world to have the largest marimba ensemble to ever play together. Dubbed ZiMarimba Fest, the record breaking event was held at Prince Edward School as part of the Africa Day celebrations and attracted more than 5...
 
[The Herald] Former president Mr Robert Mugabe faces contempt of Parliament charges if he fails to attend a hearing set for today on alleged leakages of diamonds at Chiadzwa during his reign which he is on record as saying amounted $15 billion. Mr Mugabe failed to show up on Wednesday last week.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Former president Robert Mugabe has accused his successor Emmerson Mnangagwa's government of allegedly spying on him and sabotaging his business interests, in the latest sign of a widening rift between the one-time close associates.
 
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, left Sunday morning for the Republic of France, where he is expected on the same day for a three-day official visit, at the invitation of the his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, aimed at the strengthening of the bilateral relations.
 
[News24Wire] A total of 31 people who were part of a service delivery protest that resulted in Kgetlengrivier Local Municipality Mayor Kim Medupe's house, guesthouse, and vehicles being torched will appear in court on Monday, North West police said.
 
[Namibian] A train derailed yesterday morning on its way from Walvis Bay to Otjiwarongo and spilled part of its fuel load, TransNamib spokesperson Ailly Hangula-Paulino announced this afternoon.
 
[News24Wire] Staff and patients at the Alexandra Community Health Centre in Soweto are traumatised after witnessing a man being stabbed to death in the emergency section on Sunday morning, the Gauteng health department said.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Fuel prices have gone up significantly across the country in the past few days and government says there is nothing it can do about the crisis.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Busan -The African Development Bank (AfDB) will work with its partners to see Zimbabwe roar back in a major boost for the economy, which is desperate for foreign capital.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Under-fire Finance deputy minister Terrence Mukupe has accused one of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's closest aides of being behind an alleged plot to tarnish his image after the Zanu PF politician latched from one scandal to another last week.
 
[Botswana Daily News] Otse -Malete Land Board on May 25 took to the village of Otse in the South East District to breach the gap between Gamalete land authority and the community.
 
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya Lionesses saw off neighbors Uganda 29-7 to emerge victorious at the Africa Women's Sevens Championship on Sunday evening in Gaborone, Botswana, ending years of playing second fiddle.
 
[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya Lionesses saw off neighbors Uganda 29-7 to be emerge victorious at the Africa Women's Sevens Championship on Sunday evening in Gaborone, Botswana, ending years of playing second fiddle.
 
[Malawi News Agency] Salima -Scores of food vendors in Salima have expressed happiness following Salima District Council's decision to lift the ban of sale of ready-to-eat open foods in the district after the declaration of cholera free status.
 
[Namibian] Mozambique coach Abel Xavier watched his former club Liverpool lose in Saturday's UEFA Champions League final after two goalkeeping howlers and the next day saw a similar fate befall his side as they were beaten 2-1 by Madagascar in the opening game of this year's Cosafa Cup at the Old Pe...
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] Vice-President Constantino Chiwenga has been taken to court by a Harare man, who is seeking an order to compel the military to release his brother, an army corporal, who is detained at Harare Remand Prison over allegations of stealing food rations meant for members of the Zimbabw...
 
[Daily Maverick] Equal Education is not the only organisation that is caught up in allegations of sexual harassment and predatory behaviour in the public interest sector workplace. We are angry that this unacceptable behaviour goes unpunished because people who perpetrate it do 'good work'.
 
[Daily Maverick] A total of 22 independent films from around the world were showcased at the inaugural South African Independent Film Festival in Cape Town on Thursday.
 
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -Isaac Makwala has had a bad day in office due to an injury in the 200m race at the Prefontaine Classic in Eugene, in the IAAF Diamond League meeting on Saturday (May 26) evening.
 
[Sascoc] The Free State Crinums beat a revitalised Gauteng Fireballs team 44-43 in a nail-biting Brutal Fruit Netball Premier League (BFNPL) match at the University of Pretoria Sports Centre on Sunday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] South Africa-based socialite and businessman Genius Kadungure has promised to set Harare ablaze with an elite joint along Kwame Nkrumah avenue, describing his club as invincible.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] When he fell in love with the combat sport as an eight-year-old boy, Zimbabwean boxer Wesley McDade's dream was to become the best fighter in the world.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] It was shocking to hear Sports and Recreation Commission (SRC) board chairman Edward Siwela telling the nation that they were investigating the Zimbabwe Football Association [Zifa] to find out what exactly was going on before they could take action.
 
[Malawi News Agency] Zomba -Zomba Chief Resident Magistrate's Court has convicted and sentenced a first year Chancellor College student Emmanuel Zosiyirana John to three years imprisonment after finding him guilty of falsely registering himself with the college.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Masvingo -Two illegal miners from Madondo Village, under Chief Serima in Gutu, were recently found dead in a goldmine where they were prospecting for the precious mineral.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The current government will not address the Gukurahundi atrocities because most of its senior officials, including the president, were implicated in the killings, opposition MDC-T leader Nelson Chamisa has said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The UN called for greater international support and investment in Zimbabwe with a new administration in place and plans to hold free and fair general elections later in 2018.
 

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