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[News24Wire] The committee that recommended Berning Ntlemeza for the job of Hawks head did not have the full findings by two judges which found him biased, the High Court in Pretoria heard on Wednesday.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Mpudzi -Rains have returned but after losing their animals to drought, many farmers now face ploughing their fields by hand
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Home Affairs Director General Mkhuseli Apleni says it is necessary to have fingerprints of all tourists or travellers visiting the country.
[News24Wire] ANC chief whip Jackson Mthembu has said that the walkout staged by an SABC delegation during a parliamentary inquiry into its board was "disgusting".
[Maka] On June 2, 2016 President José Eduardo dos Santos appointed his daughter Isabel dos Santos to the two most powerful roles in the state oil company, Sonangol: by decree he named her Chairman of the Board of Directors and Non-Executive Administrator.
[News24Wire] The SABC has refused to hand over ten of 15 requested documents to Parliament's ad hoc committee looking into the fitness of its board, MPs heard on Wednesday.
[New Zimbabwe] THE opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) has warned that Zimbabwe, post-President Robert Mugabe, will refuse to pay loans currently being extended to the veteran leader's "corrupt and ruthless" regime.
[The Herald] OVER half of HIV-positive people in Zimbabwe taking anti-retroviral drugs have lesser chances of transmitting the virus to their partners, a survey has revealed.The study, officially known as the Zimbabwe Population Based Impact Assessment (Zimphia), also showed that an estimated 1, 2 m...
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission has started preparations for the 2018 harmonised elections by submitting its election budget to Treasury for consideration ahead of the 2017 national budget presentation.The commission met over 35 political parties in Harare on Monday where it indicated...
[The Herald] Patrick Chitumba -FARMERS at Sherwood Block, Kwekwe, lost about 350 hectares of crops following a hailstorm that hit the area on Sunday afternoon. The block in which Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa's farm is also located, has a total of 2 500 hectares of irrigable land.Farmers from th...
[VOA] Members of various religious groups in Malawi held street protests Tuesday against a proposed law that would expand women's ability to terminate a pregnancy. The country's existing law allows only pregnant mothers whose lives are in danger to obtain an abortion.
[Times of Zambia] MORE than 20 houses in Lusaka West have had their roofs blown off following a hailstorm.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Information and Propaganda Department of the MPLA Central Committee Tuesday addressed the Board of Directors of the Angola Press Agency (ANGOP) the most heartfelt condolences for the death of its journalist, Paulo António Maria, on Friday (December 2) in Lisbon, Portugal, by dis...
[Nyasa Times] The decision by the Vice President Saulos Chilima led Reforms Commission to take reforms to district and city councils has earned them praise from Malawi's two daily papers.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe refused to bend the indigenisation policy in favour of the Chinese who wanted a 65 percent stake at the Kamativi Tin Mine, minister Walter Chidhakwa has revealed.
[Nyasa Times] Judiciary support staff have called off their strike action which kept courts in the country under lock and key for three days over demands for a 27 percent increment in salary and arrears, among others.
[The Herald] Jamaican musician Jah Cure, who is expected to perform in Zimbabwe on December 16, is ecstatic to be able to make the trip after several postponements of the tour over the past years. Organisers of the show that is set for Harare International Conference Centre said the musician is upbe...
[News24Wire] The fatal shooting of a KwaZulu-Natal woman, who was cornered as she was trying to go back into her place of work, was caught on a CCTV camera.
[New Zimbabwe] Two women who were last Friday allegedly petrol bombed by a Gweru man following a misunderstanding with his estranged lover have both succumbed to their injuries.
[News24Wire] South Africa managed to bag two 2017 Grammy nominations on Tuesday during the announcement of the 59th annual Grammy Awards nominees.
[SA Govt] The National Head of the Directorate for Priority Crime Investigation Lieutenant General Ntlemeza has welcomed the judgement handed down by the Kimberley High Court against John Fikile Block (49), former MEC of Finance, Tourism and Economic Affairs and his business associate.
[News24Wire] MPs on Parliament's ad hoc committee looking into the fitness of the SABC board were critical of the broadcaster's attempts to "delay" its inquiry on Wednesday.
[New Zimbabwe] FLAMBOYANT business man Phillip Chiyangwa said a local bank was after his "attractive" Harare mansion but he told them off and changed to another financial institution as he advised those seeking loans to emulate him.
[The Herald] AN EIGHT-YEAR-OLD Masvingo baby is in urgent need of help to undergo a liver transplant in India as more minors continue to be diagnosed of severe Jaundice (Liver Cirrhosis and Biliary Atresia).Thayel Makatendeka Botsa (pictured right with her mother) requires $50 000 to cover medicatio...
[Namibian] THREE Namibian hake rights holders signed into a 15% shareholding worth N$75 million with Seawork Fish Processors at Walvis Bay yesterday.
[The Herald] RETIRED High Court judge Justice November Mtshiya has bemoaned flagrant disregard of court orders by some arms of the Government, which has an effect of eroding the people's confidence in the country's Judiciary.Court orders are binding on all State organs and therefore judicially enfor...
[The Herald] Mines and Mining Development Minister Walter Chidhakwa has assured Parliament he will appoint heads of boards for Zimbabwe Consolidated Diamond Company (ZCDC) and Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ). Professor Francis Gudyanga, the Mines and Mining Development Secretary, c...
[Nyasa Times] Opposition members of parliament on Tuesday took the government head on over substandard road construction and maintenance.
[Namibian] THE University of Namibia will increase tuition fees for 2017 by 5%, a 2,5% less than this year's increase margin. Unam spokesperson Edwin Tjiramba said in a media release that the increase was approved at a special university council meeting held on 29 November.
[Times of Zambia] MORE than 100,000 bags of fertiliser under the Farmer Input Support Programme for Central Province have been withheld waiting for the delivery of seed which has delayed.

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