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[Govt of SA] Cape Town International Airport has once again won the prestigious award for best airport in Africa.
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) yesterday told the European Union election exploratory team that it had nothing to hide and is open to scrutiny before, during and after the harmonised elections. The electoral body also gave the EU team a blow-by-blow account of the Biometric Vot...
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has backtracked on its initial intention to expose individuals involved in real financial outflows and is now protecting the real criminals, the opposition MDC- T has said.
[New Zimbabwe] The government has threatened to withhold salaries for striking doctors as negotiations failed to yield the expected results three weeks after the medics downed tools.
[Govt of SA] President Cyril Ramaphosa has welcomed the historic adoption by the African Union of an Agreement on the African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) as a new beginning for the continent that will catapult African countries and companies to much higher levels of growth.
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's former first lady Grace Mugabe ordered national parks officials to release ivory to her from its storerooms to be given as gifts to first ladies in Asia, a newspaper claimed Wednesday.
[News24Wire] Racists must go to Australia -- but should leave the keys to their equipment and property behind, said EFF leader Julius Malema during a Human Rights Day rally in Mpumalanga on Wednesday.
[News24Wire] The Social Justice Coalition (SJC) and a number of other social movements marched on Wednesday calling for the land issue to be addressed.
[263Chat] The Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance President, Nelson Chamisa has today spelt out his party's ten key demands to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration ahead of the do or die harmonised elections set for July or August this year.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has pardoned thousands of prisoners across the country in bid to decongest prisons and improve the living conditions of those who remain.
[The Herald] MDC-T president Mr Nelson Chamisa on Monday said his estranged deputy Dr Thokozani Khupe, who on Sunday announced her split from the opposition party, was free to leave. Dr Khupe leads a breakaway faction in the MDC-T consisting of the national organising secretary Mr Abednego Bhebhe an...
[Nyasa Times] The Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) has said it will open a probe into a $500 million (K400 billion) Lilongwe-Salima water project to improve water supply in the capital city, after receiving a complaint on the contract.
[Fahamu] The announcement of a date for general elections in a country roiled in political conflict and ruled by an unpopular leader should be regarded as a positive move. But not so in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
[Fahamu] While Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa is trying to convince the world that he is making progress since replacing his mentor, former President Robert Mugabe, a number of Zimbabweans in the diaspora do not agree with his assessment of the current situation in the country.
[New Zimbabwe] Sharp divisions have rocked the Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) with former First Lady Grace Mugabe's name featuring prominently in a row that is dominated by Zanu PF factional politics.
[News24Wire] Drought-stricken farmers in the Western Cape have had to abandon at least a quarter of their high-value vineyards and deciduous fruit orchards because of a lack of water for irrigation.
[New Era] Windhoek -Chinese President Xi Jinping was the first world leader to convey a cordial message to his Namibian counterpart President Hage Geingob to congratulate Namibia on its 28th independence anniversary yesterday.
[The Herald] Police superintendent Kennedy Fero, who was roped in by Mrs Grace Mugabe to grab three low-density houses from Lebanese businessman Mr Jamal Ahmed, has been ordered off the properties to pave way for the rightful owners. Judge President George Chiweshe ordered Supt Fero and other guards...
[Maka] Why does the president of the Republic, João Lourenço, allow his government to be tarnished with fabricated accusations regarding the supposed attempted murder of his vice-president in the first months of his term? Why would the president allow the National Police and the Criminal Investiga...
[New Zimbabwe] Little has changed at the ordinarily chaotic and generally inefficient registrar general's (RG) office more than one hundred days into president Emmerson Mnangagwa's new regime.
[The Herald] Women parliamentarians want more information unpacking the proposed Marriages Bill for them to push for its enactment into law once it is tabled in Parliament. Taking turns to contribute towards some of the provisions in the proposed Bill at a meeting hosted by the Women's Coalition in ...
[The Herald] The Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs has launched a translated version of the Constitution in four indigenous languages, in a development aimed at enhancing accessibility of the vital document to all Zimbabweans.
[The Herald] The Zimbabwean Government has managed to put the country back on track through re-engagement with the international community after a long stand-off period during former President Robert Mugabe's era. The efforts to re-engage the international community has made the European Union (EU) ...
[The Herald] An ex-convict from South Downs suburb in Gweru allegedly fatally struck his aunt several times with an axe on the head and body while on her way to the police to report him for assault following a dispute over high television volume. The incident happened on Tuesday around 3pm in South ...
[The Herald] Organisers of Thomas "Mukanya" Mapfumo's homecoming show said the first batch of tickets that were going for at least $10 have been sold out and they have unveiled a second lot with the cheapest going for $20. The organisers said they encourage people to make use of various available pl...
[The Herald] The 2018 tobacco season started yesterday with Acting President Retired General Constantino Chiwenga indicating that tobacco will now be covered under the Command Agriculture Programme. "I am elated to report that Government has extended the Tobacco Contract Model to the same category, ...
[Zambia Reports] It's unacceptable to give Chishimba Kambwili harsh treatment, says Vincent Chaile, president of the opposition Radical Revolutionary.
[The Herald] Government will soon introduce mineral specific desks as well as a special desk on artisanal and small-scale mining within the ministry of Mines and Mining Development as part of efforts to re-organise the ministry and position it to realise its full potential.
[CAJ News] Harare -The strike by Zimbabwean medical professionals has gravely compromised access to healthcare for the most vulnerable among the population who cannot afford costly alternative service providers.
[Zambia Reports] The water crisis in most parts of Lusaka has irked MMD youths who have described the situation as an embarrassment to a country with abundant fresh water bodies.

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