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[GroundUp] Babalwa* says she has been raped many times. Despite laying charges and even getting to court, the cases against her assailants have never gone anywhere.
 
[New Zimbabwe] SOUTH AFRICAN President Cyril Ramaphosa is heading to Harare next month as his government continues to lobby for the complete scrapping of western imposed sanctions on Zimbabwe.
 
[News24Wire] Cape Town -The Portfolio Committee on Sport and Recreation has urged South Africans to support Caster Semenya , the country's 800 metres double Olympic champion, in her bid to appeal a new set of International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) regulations aimed at lowering the...
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa had time to visit his Sherwood farm in Kwekwe Sunday but could not spare a few moments to make a stop at the scene for last week's tragic mine disaster in Kadoma where dozens of artisanal miners perished.
 
[Maka] The family of a man tortured to death by Angolan police have petitioned President João Lourenço for justice. As reported by Maka Angola, João Alfredo Dala was beaten and mutilated during a 15-hour police interrogation as part of an investigation into the alleged kidnapping of an elderly pa...
 
[The Herald] Money transfer agencies mainly Western Union, have become latest victims of foreign currency shortages as it emerged they are failing to access hard cash from local banks for onward transfer to receivers.
 
[Bhekisisa] The illegal cigarette trade shouldn't stop us from hiking tobacco taxes. Read why.
 
[The Conversation Africa] Policymakers, donors and international agencies have, for decades, emphasised the need to prioritise women's health services - for their own health as well as their children's.
 
[The Conversation Africa] Crime weary South Africans, especially those who live in areas held hostage by gangs, recently took their troubles to the country's Parliament. This, after a parliamentary committee convened a meeting to assess the effectiveness of the country's anti-gang strategy had calle...
 
[Nyasa Times] Government has challenged president of Malawi Congress Party (MCP) Lazarus Chakwera, to expose the syndicate he claims is behind the gruesome abductions and murdering of persons with albinism.
 
[News24Wire] South Africa faces an impending food security crisis if there isn't urgent action to correct unsustainable practices, says an environmental organisation.
 
[Nyasa Times] European Union (EU) Ambassador to Malawi, Sandra Paesen, has expressed shock at the deteriorating standards of infrastructure in public schools.
 
[Times of Zambia] A Livingstone Institute of Business and Engineering Studies (LIBES) student is battling for his life at the Livingstone Central Hospital after he was stabbed seven times by his friend over a flash drive.
 
[Times of Zambia] Two elderly men have been stoned to death by members of the community in Mpika's Kanchibiya area on suspicion of practising witchcraft.
 
[The Herald] ZIMBABWE National Soccer Supporters Association's leadership have pleaded with Government to reverse its decision not to guarantee ZIFA's bid to host the 2019 COSAFA Cup this year.
 
[The Herald] Government has issued 500 eviction letters to illegal settlers who have been disrupting production at commercial farms in the Midlands Province and causing massive land degradation.
 
[News24Wire] As the 2019 general elections approach, a new survey shows that the majority of South Africans would vote for the ANC were the country to head to the polls tomorrow.
 
[Nyasa Times] The Christians of South Africa (Cosa) organisation has condemned attacks Enlightened Christian Gathering (ECG) church leader Prophet Shepherd Bushiri, saying it's the highest level of witchcraft.
 
[New Zimbabwe] New amendments to the Public Order and Security Act (POSA) will compel the President to inform parliament on army deployments to assist police in dealing with civil unrest.
 
[Nyasa Times] Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) governor, Dalitso Kabambe, says it is appalling that millions of dollars in forex continue to be moved out of the country by unscrupulous persons and companies at the expense of Malawi's economy.
 
[New Zimbabwe] People living with HIV want the vacant National Aids Council (NAC) chief executive officer's job to be occupied by someone openly living with the condition.
 
[Shabelle] Armed South African thugs have killed a Somali national, the latest in a string of xenophobic attacks against Somali business community in South Africa.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A witness testifying in former President Robert Mugabe's son-in-law, Simba Chikore's trial was on Tuesday shamed after it emerged that he lied under oath.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe-born British heavyweight Dereck Chisora has called out New Zealander Joseph Parker for "war" ahead of their likely clash in a headline fight in London in April.
 
[Daily Maverick] Cape Town's inequality is often the first thing people notice. The drive from the airport takes you past shacks on the edge of the highway to the luxury apartments in the CBD. Inequality is in the bones of the city. And unless Cape Town's worlds converge soon, it will hit a crisis p...
 
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWEAN drinkers have been priced out of their favourite beverages following top brewer Delta Corporation Limited's recent decision to sell some of its products in hard currency.
 
[New Zimbabwe] MILLERS say the country was remaining with a week's supply of bread making flour stocks, a development set to worsen current bread shortages.
 
[The Herald] The legitimacy of President Mnangagwa will not form part of the agenda for inter-party national dialogue as he was duly elected as Head of State and Government before his election was confirmed by the Constitutional Court (Concourt), a senior Zanu-PF official has said.
 
[The Herald] Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya is this afternoon expected to present the eagerly-awaited Monetary Policy Statement (MPS), amid high expectations that it will provide a roadmap on currency reforms, exchange rate policy and interbank market.
 

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