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[allAfrica] Cape Town -It's been a long 12 months, and before we kick 2018 to the curb, we're looking back at all the trends and topics that you, dear Africans, have been searching for.
[VOA] Two international charities have launched a program in southern Malawi to help girls in rural areas remain healthy and stay in school. The charities are running girls' clubs in the Mulanje district, a hotspot of HIV, the virus that causes AIDS.
[SAnews.gov.za] Growing up in a village in Limpopo, Isabella Rammala's dream of emulating entrepreneur Mark Shuttleworth - the first South African to travel to space - was questioned by those who surrounded her.
[allAfrica] Cape Town -The North Gauteng High Court has ordered that South Africa's former president Jacob Zuma pay back millions the State spent on his legal fees to defend allegations against him over the past few years.
[New Zimbabwe] Former President Robert Mugabe and his are family are expected to leave the country shortly for their annual break in the Far East, it has emerged.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has ruled out a second unity government with the opposition and scornfully told "daydreaming" rival Nelson Chamisa to wake up from his "nightmare".
[The Herald] THE Commission of Inquiry into the sale of State land in urban areas is now 60% complete and at least 75 land barons have been arrested for fraud, theft of trust funds and other corruption-related offences.
[Nyasa Times] Elderly people whose age are from 65 and above will from next year start getting a monthly pension of K20 000 from government after Parliament in Lilongwe unanimously passed a state old-age pension scheme.
[The Patriot] A sequel to the 2008 Gomolemo Motswaledi vs Ian Khama & Botswana Democratic Party (BDP) case is playing out before the High Court in a more dramatic fashion after a Bulela Ditswe loser, Kamal Jacobs, raised questions about the legitimacy of President Mokgweetsi Masisi.
[ANGOP] Luanda -At least two million euros is the amount made available by the European Union (E.U) for the training of Angolan entrepreneurs that want to be involved in the process of exporting goods to the E.U market.
[Malawi News Agency] Lilongwe -Parliament through the Ministry Of Education Science And Technology on Monday officially announced the abolition of tuition fees which was announced in September.
[Daily Maverick] The Constitutional Court has again ruled against former president Jacob Zuma. The court said in a judgment that his role in thwarting the powers of the SADC Tribunal was unconstitutional, unlawful and irrational. The court upheld South Africa's commitment to international human righ...
[News24Wire] The NPA will challenge the acquittal of a Soweto scholar patroller on all counts leveled against him in the South Gauteng High Court sitting in the Palm Ridge Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
[Fahamu] The President of South African trade federation COSATU met with Swazi sugar cane farmers and promised to help them regain control of their land from Swaziland's absolute monarch King Mswati III.
[HRW] Johannesburg -Mozambique security forces have been implicated in serious abuses while fighting an armed Islamist group in the northern province of Cabo Delgado.
[Nyasa Times] Malawi has been approved to seek another development compact by Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC), a United States of America (USA) government agency after it successfully completed the first compact of $350 million (K259 billion) energy project which closed on September 21 this y...
[The Herald] MASHONALAND West Province has a shortage of 2 938 teachers, with the bulk required in early childhood development (ECD) classes.
[The Herald] Farmers here who took advantage of the early rains to plant maize are crying foul after their summer crop was attacked by fall armyworm.
[The Herald] Former Health and Child Care Minister David Parirenyatwa yesterday successfully made an application for the temporary release of his passport, saying he wants to attend a Hospice Society for Aids in Africa meeting to be held in Ghana.
[The Herald] Two poachers have been jailed 10 years each for hunting rhinoceroses in Bubye Valley Conservancy under Beitbridge District.
[The Herald] The Beitbridge Civil Protection Unit has been put on high alert after rains left a trail of destruction in the district.
[The Herald] Redcliff Municipality has unveiled a $9,9 million 2019 budget to tackle perennial water challenges that the local authority has been facing since the closure of Ziscosteel.
[The Herald] Civic organisations have called for a clear national sexual harassment policy to curb the increase in gender-based violence that has been fuelling the HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in the country over the years.
[News24Wire] A landmark judgment regarding whether the state should continue to foot the bill for former president Jacob Zuma's defence costs is expected to be handed down in the North Gauteng High Court on Thursday.
[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -A Mozambican national believed to be part of an armed gang that terrorised the affluent suburbs of Mutare will spend Christmas in remand prison after a city magistrate refused him bail this Tuesday.
[News24Wire] The City of Cape Town has expressed sceptism about a study which suggests that the fear associated with Day Zero was the single most successful intervention in its campaign to get residents to slash water consumption.
[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -A 23-year-old man from Chauruka village under Chief Nyashanhu in Buhera allegedly went berserk and fatally assaulted a 64-year-old bartender after an altercation with the now-deceased's nephew.
[News24Wire] Controversial former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng has his eye on the presidency and will announce the creation of his own party as a "vehicle to get into Parliament" soon.
[New Zimbabwe] MDC deputy national chairperson Tendai Biti had his bail conditions relaxed Wednesday in the ongoing case where he faces charges related to the deadly aftermath of the July 30 elections.
[News24Wire] Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane already has plans in mind, should he become president.

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