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[The Aspen Institute] Imagine being denied life-saving health services when you need them just because of who you are, and instead, imagine facing the threat of up to 14 years in prison. For far too long, this has been the reality in Kenya. But over the last few weeks, Kenya's high court has heard a...
[The Conversation Africa] South Africa's new president, Cyril Rampahosa, is promising to free up and propel the country's small business sector and its natural partner entrepreneurship, a long overdue move that could help the country realise strong economic growth.
[The Herald] Former president Robert Mugabe, who was kicked-out of a mineral rich farm in Mazowe early this year, is not letting go and is fighting to regain the farm after the High Court granted him an order for his case to be heard on an urgent basis.
[New Zimbabwe] The out-going US Ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry K. Thomas Jr says President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government needs enough time to deal with political and socio-economic challenges affecting the country.
[News24Wire] China South Rail (CSR), the company that allegedly paid R5bn in bribes to the Guptas, has asked the South African government for exemptions on its local content commitments worth R5bn.
[News24Wire] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has reportedly questioned the authenticity of the number of new political parties that have been formed in the past few months to contest this year's elections.
[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Turkey are exploring ways of enhancing cooperation in the health sector with initial discussions on training of medical professionals.
[The Herald] February 2, 2018, will forever be ingrained in the mind of Takawira Marume (55) from Mudetsa Village under headman Murwira in Buhera.
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Power Company is set to meet senior officials from Jaguar Overseas Limited (JOL) in a preparatory meeting ahead of imminent release of $70 million by Afreximbank for rehabilitation of Harare Power Station.
[The Herald] Relatives of the late MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai, who last week breathed fire over the alleged understatement of the politician's estate by his widow Ms Elizabeth Macheka, jumped the gun and their complaint was premature, the office of the Master of High Court has said.
[This is Africa] Recent xenophobic and Afrophobic utterances by Julius Malema and Floyd Shivambu, two of the leading figures in South Africa's EFF party, fly in the face of Africanism and ubuntu, says Blessing Vava.
[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Politburo yesterday approved the revolutionary party's election manifesto for this year's harmonised elections and released rules and regulations governing the conduct of primary elections.
[The Herald] Zimbabwe expects to start commercial rice production in the next season or two as the country moves to cut annual rice importation expenditure of over $80 million, a senior Government official has said.
[New Zimbabwe] An 18 year old Epworth mother strangled her 3 year old daughter to death with a neck chain before she torched her house to conceal the crime, a Harare court heard on Thursday.
[Zimbabwe Independent] Q: What role have you played in the formation of the National Patriotic Front, the new opposition party led by Retired Brigadier-General Ambrose Mutinhiri? Are you a member? Is the former first lady a member?
[Zimbabwe Independent] Zimbabwe Revenue Authority (Zimra) board chair Willia Bonyongwe is accused of a litany of corruption and bad governance allegations, leaving the state tax collector in a fresh storm of dishonest dealings.
[Bhekisisa] After being awarded damages, distraught families want more: the former Gauteng Health MEC must be prosecuted.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi's Vice President Salous Chilima leaves the country Friday for New Dehli-India where he will be a Guest of Honour at the 13th Confederation for Indian Industry (CII) EXIM Bank conclave on India-Africa Project Partnership to take place from 25th -27th March.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi is world's best investment destination, billionaire president of Shepherd Bushiri Investments (SBI) Dr Shepherd Bushiri has told Japanese investors.
[The Conversation Africa] Tuberculosis (TB) is a disease that kills more people due to a bacterial infection than any other disease in the world.
[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa will this weekend take his election campaign into the Zanu PF heartland of the Mashonaland provinces.
[New Zimbabwe] Albert Einstein is arguably the most influential person of the 20th century and left behind an indelible mark on the sand of time.
[Nyasa Times] First Lady Gertrude Mutharika has persuaded Malawians to be champions in protecting children especially girls who are often subjected to early and forced marriages.
[The Herald] Outgoing US Ambassador to Zimbabwe Harry K. Thomas Jnr has hailed President Mnangagwa for delivering on his promises saying he has created excitement among investors who are now jostling for opportunities in the country.
[263Chat] Movement for Democratic Change has set in motion a process to expel vice President, Thokozani Khupe with the party's highest decision making organ, the national council meeting today to decide her fate following the expiry of a seven day ultimatum she was given to shape up or ship out, a f...
[Zimbabwe Independent] In 2006, former Botswana president Festus Mogae said: "For our people, every diamond purchase represents food on the table, better living conditions, better healthcare, safe drinking water, more roads to connect our remote communities and much more." Indeed diamonds have trans...
[New Zimbabwe] Health minister David Parirenyatwa has been accused of stuffing the National Aids Council Board (NAC) board with family friends and relatives.
[The Herald] South Africa's Home Affairs Minister Mr Malusi Gigaba yesterday made a surprise visit to Beitbridge Border Post following reports of dereliction of duty by immigration officers at the port of entry. Mr Gigaba was accompanied by some senior officials from his ministry.
[New Zimbabwe] A play which retraces events that culminated in the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe following a military intervention codenamed Operation Restore Legacy has taken Masvingo by storm.
[The Herald] MDC-T national chairman Mr Lovemore Moyo yesterday quit both his position and the party citing, among other issues, what he called the unconstitutional power grab by leader Mr Nelson Chamisa. Mr Moyo, an ally of one of the party's vice presidents Dr Thokozani Khupe, also cited violence ...

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