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[allAfrica] Cape Town -It came as no surprise that internationally acclaimed and hardworking DJ Black Coffee scooped the most nods with five nominations.
[Deutsche Welle] The powerful storm hit northern Mozambique, just six weeks after Cyclone Idai ravaged the country. Three have been killed in Comoros, with meteorologists calling it the strongest storm to make landfall in the area.
[Daily News] Cyclone Kenneth has hit Northern Mozambique on Thursday night, reports show.
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa has fired advocates Nomgcobo Jiba and Lawrence Mrwebi, Presidency spokesperson Khusela Diko confirmed to News24 on Friday.
[Namibian] Deteriorating grazing conditions being experienced in most parts of the country amidst poor and below average rainfall led to 63 712 animals dying in six months, the Food Security Situation Report of March 2019 reveals.
[The Conversation Africa] It's pleasing that the latest World Press Freedom Index released by Reporters without Borders rates the state of press freedom in South Africa as "satisfactory". Satisfactory is the second best category after "good".
[News24Wire] Cape Town -Caster Semenya decided to move up in distance, taking on the 1 500m and 5 000m at the 2019 ASA Senior Track & Field and Combined Events Championships at the Germiston Athletics Stadium on Thursday.
[New Era] Windhoek -Windhoek High Court Judge Dinnah Usiku yesterday sentenced Brendan van Wyk, 33, a resident of the seaside town of Swakopmund, to 30 years' direct imprisonment on three convictions of rape.
[CAJ News] Harare -A Zimbabwean court has acquitted seven labour union leaders accused of participating in anti-government protests late last year.
[Nyasa Times] Malawians have reacted very angrily to the report by US-based CNN which described Lake Malawi as crocodile-infested in her report that Martin Hobbs swam across its breath for 54 days in a row to set two world records and raise money for the Smile Foundation.
[ANGOP] Saurimo -At least 40,000 foreign citizens illegally dwelling in Angola were deported from the country since last January to date, under the ongoing Operation Transparency, representing a reduction of 360,000 deportations.
[Botswana Daily News] Maun -The elephant summit scheduled for early next month will assist government to refine its decision on the hunting ban, Minister of Environment, Natural Resources, Conservation and Tourism Mr Kitso Mokaila has said.
[Nyasa Times] The European Union election monitoring team officials have ruled out rigging in the May 21 tripartite polls, but called for Malawi Electoral Commission (MEC) to retain the confidence of the electoral stakeholders beyond the polls.
[Malawi News Agency] Blantyre -The African Union (AU) will from May 1 to 3 this year (2019), hold the 2019 Global Conference to mark the World Press Freedom Day (WPFD) under the theme: 'Media for Democracy: Journalism and Elections in Times of Disinformation.'
[Namibian] The Road Fund Administration (RFA) will increase road user charges by 4,3% from the start of May to raise additional funds for the maintenance of the country's roads.
[Nyasa Times] A group of people suspected to be ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) youth militia, has torn a Malawi Congress Party (MCP) elections billboard in Blantyre which was beating the face of presidential candidate Lazarus Chakwera.
[Namibian] More than 30 mining companies which earned about N$85 billion from selling Namibian minerals paid only N$1 billion in corporate tax between 2012 and 2017.
[Namibian] The group says the arrest of the organisation's president was unlawful as they seek to sue the government.
[UCT] Cape Town -Dr Amir Patel, a senior lecturer from the University of Cape Town (UCT) Department of Electrical Engineering, first started investigating the properties of cheetahs' tails in relation to robotics. Little did he know that his research would result in a whole new way of capturing the ...
[The Herald] Zanu-PF has described the historic 60th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair as a demonstration of confidence in the country and the reality of President Mnangagwa's "Zimbabwe is open for business" mantra.
[The Herald] The trial of jailed RMG Independent End Time Message leader Robert Martin Gumbura and six other inmates accused of attempting to escape from prison was yesterday deferred to May 9.
[The Herald] Russia yesterday donated 30 tonnes of goods to assist victims of Cyclone Idai, which claimed hundreds of lives mainly in the eastern parts of the country while the European Union (EU) has committed a further ?4 million towards the same cause.
[The Herald] Mashonaland Central Civil Protection Unit has activated its units across the province in anticipation of Cyclone Kenneth, which is reported to be heading towards Zimbabwe.
[New Zimbabwe] Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni arrived in the country Thursday to officially open the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair in Bulawayo this Friday.
[New Zimbabwe] Leading beverages manufacturer, Delta Corporation has been forced to halt the Rusape Chibuku Plant construction as the entity cannot raise enough foreign currency to import key components needed for the project.
[New Zimbabwe] Homeless survivors of Cyclone Idai in Chimanimani, who were relocated to various areas for accommodation, claim lack of balanced diet in their donated meals.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has not been given the credit due to him as regards both economic and security sector reform, a retired opposition MDC official has said.
[New Zimbabwe] Opposition Zapu has dismissed the planned visit by the country's peace commission to Gukurahundi sites in Matebeleland as an attempt by President Emmerson Mnangagwa to hoodwink the world into the false belief he was ready to atone for his transgressions.
[New Zimbabwe] Jailed MDC activists Last Maengahama and Tungamirai Madzokere have requested for party support around their educational scholarships, MDC president Nelson Chamisa has revealed.
[New Zimbabwe] Marondera -An investigation by the education ministry into complaints raised by pupils at Monte Cassino Girls High has exposed rampant sexual harassment of the girls by both male and female teachers.

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