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[allAfrica] The African Nations Cup finals have often been the platform for heroes to be born and reputations made in their 60-year history.
 
[GroundUp] Hundreds of people, mostly women, gathered at the South African Museum in Cape Town on Saturday. They marched through the Company's Garden to the front entrance to Parliament holding placards with signs like "A woman's place is in the revolution","Well-behaved women seldom make history" a...
 
[News24Wire] Scientists working in a remote part of eastern Zimbabwe have discovered a frog previously feared to be extinct.
 
[News24Wire] Harare -"We need an Ecowas in southern Africa!"
 
[Nyasa Times] President Peter Mutharika has challenged the opposition to name the seven corrupt Cabinet ministers or else they should shut up.
 
[News24Wire] Six people have been shot dead in what appears to have been a hit at a house in Hammarsdale, KwaZulu-Natal police said on Saturday.
 
[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma plans to reshuffle his Cabinet replacing Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan with Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma, COPE claimed on Saturday.
 
[Times of Zambia] PRESIDENT Edgar Lungu has directed the ministry of Lands, Environment and Natural Resources to closely supervise the timber business so as to mitigate the fast depleting forests.
 
[News24Wire] Women gathered at Cape Town's Company's Gardens on Saturday for a "Sister March" in solidarity with those marching in Washington and cities around the world in protest of newly-elected US President Donald Trump.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] THE legal dispute over the botched purchase of a US$1,35 million diamond ring between the First Lady Grace Mugabe and Lebanese businessman Jamal Ahmed, has opened a can of worms amid revelations that the Mugabes are paying up to US$500 000 annually in rentals for an upmarket v...
 
[Nation] Peter Abrahams, a South African-born Jamaican novelist, journalist and political commentator most popularly known in Kenya for his novel, Mine Boy, was found dead at his home in the Caribbean island nation on Wednesday, the Jamaican daily The Gleaner reported.
 
[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican government's failure to pay interest of almost 60 million US dollars on the bonds originally issued by the Mozambique Tuna Company (Ematum), which fell due this week, comes as no surprise, the resident representative of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ari Aisen, t...
 
[ACBF] Harare -It is with deep regret that the African Capacity Building Foundation (ACBF) announces the passing, on 12 January 2017, of Prof. Callisto Enias Madavo, the Chair of its Executive Board, a great son of Africa and a true promoter of capacity development for an Africa-driven sustainable d...
 
[The Herald] SOUTH Africa is reviewing the Zimbabwe Special Permit (ZSP) to decide the fate of about 200 000 Zimbabwean immigrants whose permits expire in December. In an interview yesterday, South Africa's Home Affairs Department spokesperson Mr Mayihlome Tshwete said Minister Malusi Gigaba was app...
 
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) has named a suspected cross-border poaching kingpin as Dumisani Moyo. The authority said Moyo was hiding in Zambia and police were tracking him down. Zimparks spokesperson Ms Caroline Washaya-Moyo told The Herald r...
 
[The Herald] Bulawayo -Zanu-pf's Matabeleland South Province has started fundraising for the 21st February Movement celebrations slated for next month in the province. This follows the setting up of 10 committees to spearhead preparations for the event set to be held at Matopos National Park. The pa...
 
[The Herald] STATE-owned mobile phone network, NetOne, says it has reintroduced low priced data packages as part of its efforts to offer affordable products. In a statement on Wednesday, NetOne said it had captured many new subscribers in the aftermath of the recent aborted attempts to increase mobi...
 
[Nyasa Times] Justice and Constitutional Affairs minister Samuel Tembenu says government intends to hire foreign investigators to probe the death of Robert Chasowa, a Polytechnic student and political activist found dead on campus in September 2011 at the height of anti government protests.
 
[Namibian] NAMIBIA yesterday said embattled former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh must accept defeat.
 
[News24Wire] Former public protector Thuli Madonsela is working on an autobiography.
 
[News24Wire] A prominent Zimbabwean cleric, who prophesied that President Robert Mugabe would die this year, was on Thursday denied bail by a Harare magistrate on charges of offending other religions.
 
[Nyasa Times] Malawi President Peter Mutharika has denied accusations of selectively instigating prosecutions against opposition members while those in the corridors of powers are shielded.
 
[allAfrica] Senegal became the first side to book a place in the quarterfinals of the African Nations Cup finals in Gabon after a comfortable 2-0 victory over Zimbabwe in their Group B clash in Franceville on Thursday.
 
[Nyasa Times] Tanzania government says it is pursuing diplomatic procedures to secure the release of eight Tanzanians languishing in remand custody in Malawi, where they are facing criminal trespass charges.
 
[Nyasa Times] A Dowa based 54 year old man, Biwi Ephraim has been jailed for sxually assaulting an 80 year old woman who cannot be named for legal reasons.
 
[COPE] The leaking of the sensitive ABSA bank draft report must be condemned in the strongest possible terms. The leak is clearly a political agenda, and it's not just an innocent leak.
 
[SA Govt] Latest developments in The Gambia following the swearing in of President Adama Barrow
 
[COPE] When Mr Jacob Zuma told the ANC National Executive Committee that he will not voluntarily resign as the president because there are people who want to put him in jail, he knew the reasons why people want to put him in jail.
 
[SA Govt] Media statement by the Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba, MP, on a media report concerning Fireblade Aviation Proprietary (LTD) / Minister of Home Affairs and others, 20 January 2017
 
[COPE] Congress of the People wants to see all those who were actively involved in destroying the image and credibility of the SABC paying heavy price. They can't cause such a huge damage to the people of this country and let to get away with it. We are saying that the Parliamentary Ad-Hoc Committee...
 

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