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[Zambia Reports] President Edgar Lungu has departed from the traditional appointment of a lawyer as justice minister to assigning Kabwata MP Given Lubinda with the position. Lubinda has no legal background but is considered to be one of the brightest brains in the ruling party.
 
[Financial Gazette] Zimbabwe's money supply growth increased by 1,71 percentage points to 14,84 percent in July from 13,13 percent in June due to increased foreign exchange inflows during the tobacco selling season.
 
[Financial Gazette] Millionaire investor, Frank Buyanga, says government should bring sanity to State-owned firms, which are rife with high level accountability and corruption.
 
[Financial Gazette] A mining research expert says Zimbabwe's platinum industry could suffer if current efforts by international scientists to source the metal from outer space are successful.
 
[GroundUp] UCT study results "a cause for concern"
 
[News24Wire] The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has ruled that the signal jamming during last year's State of the Nation Address was unconstitutional and unlawful.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THE opposition People's Democratic Party (PDP) has accused President Robert Mugabe of violating the country's constitution by allocating himself over 14 farms.
 
[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The Governor of Bank of Botswana, Ms Linah Mohohlo is to retire from public service on October 20.
 
[The Herald] The Constitutional Court today threw out a challenge by Zimbabwe People First leader Dr Joice Mujuru of the legality of Bond notes scheduled for release next month.
 
[The Conversation Africa] In South Africa, 210 people die from heart disease every day. A lack of awareness around cardiovascular disease means many people go undiagnosed and untreated until it is too late. Paediatric cardiologist and President of the South African Heart Association Dr Liesl Z├╝hlke...
 
[Financial Gazette] Dear Cabinet and Politburo members
 
[Financial Gazette] Econet Media has launched its 24 hour, free-to-air all-sport channel in Rwanda, joining Kenya, Tanzania and Ghana to which already have the full 24 hour channel. Plans are also under way to have the channel in five other countries this year. The company has already licensed more ...
 
[Financial Gazette] As I write, street demonstrations in Charlotte, North Carolina are entering a fourth day while similar demonstrations by blacks in Tulsa, Oklahoma continue for the same reasons. An organisation, Black Lives Matter, sponsored by George Soros is in its third year of protests, natio...
 
[Daily News] The Tanzania-Zambia Railway Authority (TAZARA) needs about US$250 million of investments in the short term and about US$1.2 billion in the long term, to get back to peak performance, Managing Director, Bruno Ching'andu, has said.
 
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan post Yanick Moreira signed a one-season contract with the team of the Toronto Raptors, of the American basketball league (NBA), becoming the first Angolan joining the official squad of this team in this competition.
 
[New Zimbabwe] JAILED Munyaradzi Kereke Tuesday urged High Court to grant him bail pending appeal saying former Reserve Bank governor, Gideon Gono, was behind his incarceration over charges of rape.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THE EU and the British ambassadors on Wednesday led the outrage following the emergence of pictures of one of the leaders of street traders who was abducted, assaulted and injected with an unknown substance and left for dead.
 
[Daily Maverick] As protests continue at universities across the country, there was a call in Johannesburg for the Chamber of Mines to help fund free education. In their demands for equal access to education, students have targeted government, but also called on the private sector and big business. ...
 
[Daily Maverick] Music has always been the centre of the South African (and indeed the African) heritage. If there is one activity that the majority of South Africans participate in is music. There are indeed many genres of music; however, I would like to focus in particular on choral music.
 
[SA Govt] South African Congress for ECDs conference to be addressed by MEC Fritz
 
[Daily Maverick] After too long in power, Zimbabwe's president can liberate his people once again - by stepping down and playing with his grandson. By GERALD DZAWO.
 
[Daily Maverick] MTN's Nigerian business has been fabulously profitable for the South African company. But that same success has made it an obvious, bright yellow target for Nigerian officials and regulators, who don't always like what they see. By SIMON ALLISON.
 
[SA Govt] Gauteng MEC for Health, Ms Qedani Mahlangu has seriously condemned theft of patients files at public health facilities across the province. This follows the arrest of two suspects on Saturday, 24 September 2016, the male is a tauter, and a female works for Alexandra Forbes based at the Chr...
 
[Daily Maverick] Captains of industry have been urging our ruling party to introduce a number of changes to laws governing labour relations. The ANC has readily accepted the argument that something must be done to prevent more strikes and counteract worker militancy. New legislation is presently bei...
 
[The Daily Vox] On Wednesday, activities at the University of Limpopo were suspended indefinitely and students living in the residences of the Turfloop campus were ordered to vacate their rooms by 5pm.
 
[SA Govt] Minister of Tourism Derek Hanekom has welcomed the appointment of Mr Sisa Ntshona as the Chief Executive Officer of South African Tourism.
 
[News24Wire] Rudy Paige will make his starting debut for the Springboks on Saturday at Loftus Versfeld in the team's penultimate Rugby Championship fixture of the year.
 
[News24Wire] Gauteng Premier David Makhura and Johannesburg mayor Herman Mashaba have agreed to put their political differences aside and put residents first.
 
[The Daily Vox] Students and police faced off at the university currently known as Rhodes (UCKAR) on Wednesday, resulting in arrests and allegations of police brutality.
 
[News24Wire] The Zambian government has reportedly started an operation to issue at least 48 000 metric tons of relief food to Malawi and Zimbabwe as part of the $2.4 million Southern African Development Community (SADC) humanitarian appeal for 'hunger stricken' countries.
 

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