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[allAfrica] Cape Town -President Ramaphosa, who is in Geneva, Switzerland for the release of a report by the International Labour Organisation, urged the EU to lift whatever sanctions it may still have on the southern African nation because the nation is on the path to great reform. "We insist that ...
 
[allAfrica] Washington, DC -Zimbabwe, a land of unparalleled beauty and infinite potential, is again under democratic and economic siege. Armed men are removing residents from their homes. Unknown assailants have burnt the headquarters of the leading opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Cha...
 
[263Chat] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has succumbed to pressure from ordinary Zimbabweans and has called for a national dialogue with opposition parties, religious leaders as well as civic leaders.
 
[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwe's government has been ordered to restore access to online programs like Facebook, Whatsapp, and Twitter. The government had blocked internet access as part of a widespread crackdown on dissent.
 
[The Conversation Africa] As of January 18, more than 12 people had died, no less than 78 had suffered gunshot injuries, and at least 240 had been beaten and tortured by the Zimbabwean state. More than 466 had been arbitrarily arrested and detained, while hundreds are displaced or in safe houses in ...
 
[allAfrica] Cape Town -According to EWN, a billboard commissioned by the Democratic Alliance (DA) that features a list of names of victims in the Life Esidimeni tragedy and the Marikana massacre has been amended to feature a new message - "The ANC doesn't care about South Africans". This comes after...
 
[New Zimbabwe] Several top government officials who have defended a government freeze on the cyberspace were found scrambling to join ordinary Zimbabweans who had signed up to alternative internet and social media platforms to escape the widely condemned shutdown.
 
[News24Wire] Edward Zuma has been given yet another "final" opportunity to pay the remaining R12 500 he owes of a R60 000 fine the Equality Court handed him for hate speech.
 
[News24Wire] The Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) in KwaZulu-Natal has raised concerns about the low number of young first-time voters on the KZN voters' roll for the upcoming general elections.
 
[Nyasa Times] Former president and People's Party (PP) leader Joyce Banda has reassured local smallholder farmers that once voted into power she will exploit new export markets for their produce in a bid to give them meaningful earnings for their sweat and promised to put three million jobless Malaw...
 
[263Chat] Hours after his arrival from his one week visit to the Eurasian countries, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has condemned military crackdown on protesters and violence that obtained in the country last week following fuel price increase.
 
[The Conversation Africa] Writings on South African liberation struggle icon Winnie Mandela almost all fall into one of two categories - either hagiography or demonology. These two books - Truth, Lies and Alibis. A Winnie Mandela Story, by Fred Bridgland and Sisonke Msimang's The Resurrection of Win...
 
[Deutsche Welle] Unrest over a sharp increase in fuel prices had got so bad that Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa cut short an investment-seeking trip to Europe. He promised to investigate "unacceptable" violence by security forces.
 
[New Era] The Affirmative Repositioning (AR) movement, whose leader Dimbulukeni Nauyoma was granted N$500 bail after he was arrested on Friday, yesterday said it will challenge the constitutionality of some sections of the Squatters Proclamation of 1985, which it says is an extension of the aparthei...
 
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] The village of Maganja was attacked at 22h00 last night. It is just 7 km from the Anadarko camp developing the gas liquification plants, and is the closest attack so far. Two people were killed, including a well known local trader. Four houses, several kiosks ...
 
[RFI] A commission of inquiry into South Africa's Public Investment Corporation (PIC) has just opened. The inquiry has a remit to look into allegations of mismanagement and corruption going back to 2015. The PIC is Africa's biggest asset manager.
 
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] A campaign with t-shirts saying "I won't pay the secret debt' was launched Friday by CIP (Public Integrity Centre, Centro de Integridade Publica), offering free t-shirts from their office in Maputo.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -Zambezi regional governor Lawrence Sampofu says farmers in the region fear that this year might bring another dry spell and the possibility of food shortages due to the sporadic rainfall being experienced in the region.
 
[Namibian] Close to 40 journalists lost their jobs over the past three years as local media houses restructured in the face of dwindling advertising and the onslaught from the internet.
 
[News24Wire] eThekwini Mayor Zandile Gumede says protocols were not followed in the commissioning of a supposed recording of a music album featuring former president Jacob Zuma, and that the project therefore did not not exist.
 
[New Era] Namibian retailers and food outlets relying on imported prime meat cuts from South Africa are feeling the pinch of the ban on meat exports to neighbouring countries due to the outbreak of Foot-and-Mouth Disease (FMD) earlier this month in South Africa.
 
[Namibian] Lüderitz residents yesterday evening packed the local German hostel hall to express their views about manganese ore dust pollution threats.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Anti-riot police in Bulawayo Monday blocked dozens of survivors of the 1980s Matebeleland and Midlands Gukurahundi massacres from presenting their court petition calling on authorities to open an inquest into the army slaughter of an estimated 20 000 civilians.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Top radio and television personality, Ruvheneko Parirenyatwa has taken to social media to try and gauge Zimbabweans' views on why they have chosen to remain in a country torn apart by political and economic strife.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A regional lawyers group has both condemned and urged a stop to the Zimbabwean authorities' vicious crackdown on alleged instigators and perpetrators of last week's deadly anti-government protests that have claimed 12 lives, according to independent estimates.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Government has deployed armed soldiers and details from the police para-military Support Unit to man buses carrying passengers after last week's fierce rioting saw cars torched by angry protesters during a national job stay away.
 
[SAnews.gov.za] President Cyril Ramaphosa has arrived in Geneva, Switzerland, ahead of the launch of the report on the Future of Work produced by the International Labour Organisation's Global Commission on the Future of Work, as well as the World Economic Forum (WEF).
 
[AfricaFocus] "Robert Mugabe was really bad because he didn't listen to anyone unless under personal duress, and because of that terrible trait in him, it led to his spectacular and embarrassing undoing with the culmination of a military coup that was supported by the citizens and the rest of the wo...
 
[The Conversation Africa] Zimbabwe is sliding into a violent meltdown and it's expected to worsen, unless there are some serious interventions.
 
[The Herald] Zanu -PF has commended Government for introducing mass public transport to alleviate the plight of commuters and coming up with corrective measures to guarantee the safety of all Zimbabweans.
 

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