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[Deutsche Welle] Thousands of "fairy circles" stretch out across the Namib Desert. But what's behind the vast polka-dot pattern? Scientists are at odds.
 
[News24Wire] A 69-year-old Durban man is suing the National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS) for about R24m after he contracted a debilitating, terminal disease from tainted blood.
 
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Mashaba -With worsening droughts drying fields and hydropower, solar energy is providing a way forward in rural areas
 
[News24Wire] Oscar Pistorius' legal team will face the State again in the appeal court in November, in what could be the final stretch in a marathon three-year battle to keep him behind bars.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -The Namibian Commercial Catering, Food and Allied Workers' Union (NACCAFWU) together with Shoprite Checkers workers have mounted a national campaign that urges consumers to boycott shopping at any Shoprite or Checkers store in the country.
 
[VOA] Botswana is amending its law to give the government the first option to buy diamonds that are unusually large or have other unusual features found in its mines, such as the world's second-biggest 1,109 carat diamond discovered two years ago.
 
[CAJ News] Lusaka -The way Margaret Musonda captures the imagination of her audience the moment she opens her mouth, coupled with her infectious demeanour and composure, it is inconceivable she is only a teenager.
 
[AIM] Maputo -Joaquim Mazive, one of the 24 accused in the case of the fraud that syphoned 170 million meticais (about 2.9 million US dollars, at current exchange rates) from the Mozambican government's Agricultural Development Fund (FDA), on Friday denied that he had issued favourable opinions for ...
 
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambique's ruling Frelimo Party on Friday received a gift of 500 three wheeler motorcycles, each with a trailer, donated by the Chinese Africa Great Wall Mining Development Company.
 
[The Conversation Africa] Digital technology has become an integral part of our everyday lives. So it was only a matter of time before the ways people interact with the past and ancient artefacts in museum settings became digital, too.
 
[News24Wire] Many Capetonians are failing to adhere to level 5 water restrictions, with only one out of two limiting their daily personal water consumption to 87 litres, the City of Cape Town said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF legislator Mayor Wadyajena has scornfully celebrated the alleged acquisition of a pricey Rolls Royce vehicle by First lady Grace Mugabe's son Russell Goreraza.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Voter registration in Bulawayo which kicked off on Monday was marred by technological glitches with the Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) machines failing to indicate some of the polling centre names.
 
[VOA] The June 2017 elections were supposed to soothe the troubled politics of Lesotho, a tiny enclave surrounded on all sides by South Africa. It was the third poll in five years, after two successive coalitions collapsed amid vicious infighting and meddling from the army.
 
[Bhekisisa] Everything you need to know to negotiate safe sex in this world of work
 
[New Zimbabwe] Ailing MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai has expressed his growing impatience "a gruesome media" which he says has continued to cast him as a dying man.
 
[News24Wire] To ensure that the ANC's December elective conference goes ahead, ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe has banned regional and provincial congresses after September 30.
 
[CAJ News] The Zimbabwean High Court is assessing an urgent chamber application filed by the opposition seeking the nullification of a recent proclamation by President Robert Mugabe for the start of new registration of voters ahead of the 2018 elections.
 
[Independent (Kampala)] New York -President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda has emphasized the importance of education for girls and skills training to boost women's economic empowerment and financial independence in the fight against child marriage.
 
[News24Wire] Civil organisation Right2Know will on Tuesday protest at headquarters of South Africa's four largest telecommunications companies in Gauteng, demanding that the price of cellular data decrease.
 
[News24Wire] Egypt has knocked South Africa from its long-standing top spot regarding investments in Africa, according to Rand Merchant Bank's latest Where to Invest in Africa report for 2018, released on Monday.
 
[Govt of SA] A total of 336 nursing students from a government administered North West Nursing College campuses in Mmabatho and Klerksdorp graduated at a glittering ceremony on Friday, 15 September 2017 at Mmabatho Convention Center. The graduation marks yet another successful initiative by the Depa...
 
[News24Wire] The directorate for priority crime investigation (Hawks) are seeking the help of the public to nab suspects involved in a R9 million heist in Kuruman in the Northern Cape.
 
[SAnews.gov.za] Police Minister Fikile Mbalula says he will embark on a process to fill the permanent vacancy at the head of Hawks.
 
[News24Wire] Right2Know has led pickets outside the four major telecommunications companies in Gauteng on Tuesday, demanding affordable voice and data costs for South Africans.
 
[Lesotho Times] Last week's assassination of Lesotho Defence Force (LDF) commander Lieutenant-General Khoantle Motsomotso by his subordinates plunged Lesotho into yet another security crisis.
 
[Times of Zambia] THE Ministry of General Education has urged schools to store enough water during the four-day water interruption to avoid interference of the school calendar.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -President Hage Geingob on Sunday met with UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on the sidelines of the General Assembly currently underway in New York, USA and discussed a wide range of issues, among them Namibian relations with sanctions-ridden North Korea.
 
[Times of Zambia] A matter in which Post Newspapers Limited (in liquidation) editor-in-chief Fred M'membe is charged with concealing company property, among other charges, yesterday failed to take off in the Lusaka magistrates' court.
 
[New Era] Ongwediva -Despite the good rains received this year, farmers in the northern regions are likely to start feeling the pinch of the dry season, as the water pans and other sources edge towards the brink of drying up.
 

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