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[Legalbrief] As southern Africa reels from one of its most devastating natural disasters, questions are being asked about whether regional governments have done enough to prepare for the wide-scale destruction caused by Cyclone Idai, considering the history of flooding in the region and the consiste...
[allAfrica] Cape Town -A state prosecutor has told the Randburg Magistrate Court that the State will no longer be prosecuting Duduzane Zuma on one of his two charges of culpable homicide following new evidence from a pathologist, The Citizen reports.
[Daily Maverick] The Unemployment Insurance Fund's uFiling system has been offline since 22 February 2019. Unemployed citizens have been unable to register for or claim financial benefits and have been struggling to find help from the Department of Labour's call centre. The department seems to be on...
[New Zimbabwe] Zanu-PF lawmaker for Chimanimani East, Nokuthula Matsikenyere, has been sucked into the eye of a storm over the partisan distribution of aid to victims of Cyclone Idai.
[Namibian] WINDHOEK residents have failed to reduce their use of water since January this year, adding to fears that the city's taps could run dry.
[News24Wire] The commission of inquiry into state capture on Tuesday heard how the Bosasa group, now known as Global African Operations, used a dormant company to increase its costs and to address the assessed loss of millions of rands, for tax purposes.
[New Zimbabwe] A local financial institution has pledged to build classroom blocks as well as fund the education of children affected by tropical Cyclone Idai.
[GroundUp] "The sound of my grandchildren screaming and crying ... that night still rings in my head," said Roegshanda Pascoe.
[SAnews.gov.za] The SADC Ministers Solidarity Conference with Western Sahara will serve to remind the region that Africa will not be truly free until the last colony, the Saharawi Arab Democratic Republic, is decolonised, says International Relations and Cooperation Minister Lindiwe Sisulu.
[New Zimbabwe] Suspended chief magistrate, Mishrod Guvamombe's wife Angeline has approached the High Court suing her husband's girlfriend.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government reeling from being blamed for failing to adequately prepare for the killer Cyclone Idai that ripped through the country over a week ago has come out guns blazing against the abuse of social media amid reports of a fresh hostile weather pattern...
[New Zimbabwe] The European Union (EU) and Canada have joined the local, regional and international community in coming to aid of stricken villagers left stranded after Cyclone Idai ripped through south east of Manicaland over a week ago.
[New Zimbabwe] Warriors captain Knowledge Musona underlined his growing status as one of the continent's leading marksmen, after finishing third on the top goal scorers list, at the conclusion of the qualifying matches for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt on Sunday.
[The Herald] The National Aids Council (NAC) sold cars to its executives for $1 each in October last year, and is now paying the beneficiaries $2 000 per month each, for using the same vehicles, since NAC has not yet replaced the vehicles.
[The Herald] Chiredzi -Government yesterday commissioned the Airborne Mineral Exploration project in Chivi and Mwenezi districts in Masvingo Province to establish the extent of diamond deposit in the area. It is believed the two districts are rich in kimberlites.
[New Zimbabwe] A Chiredzi man, raped his 10 year old step-daughter and colluded with his wife in a bid to conceal the heinous act by applying methylated spirit on the minor's injured private parts, a local court heard recently.
[Namibian] Namibia has been a dumping ground for cheap, inferior quality chicken products mainly from Brazil, which has over the years given stiff competition to local chicken producers.
[The Herald] The Ministry of Health and Child Care is holding workshops with various stakeholders to come up with ways of preventing the spread of HIV, STIs and unintended pregnancy through revitalised female condoms.
[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda has sent $200,000 (Shs740m) as financial assistance for the storm victims in Mozambique.
[New Zimbabwe] The death toll from the deadly cyclone that rocked Manicaland over a week ago, has shot up to 179 according to Local Government Minister July Moyo but this figure is almost a 100 people less than the numbers given by UN agencies offering relief services in the affected areas.
[Namibian] The University of Namibia, in collaboration with The Netherland's Radboud University, are working on a project to mount a 15-metre telescope at the summit of the Gamsberg Mountain.
[Namibian] The trial in which former elections chief Philemon Kanime and two co-accused were prosecuted on charges of voter registration fraud dating back 11 years is set to be revived, following a successful appeal by the state against the acquittal of the three accused more than five years ago.
[News24Wire] ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe has slammed Morocco for holding a parallel conference on the issue of Western Sahara's independence, on the same day that the Southern African Development Community (SADC) solidarity conference kicked off.
[The Herald] Government has dismissed reports suggesting another cyclone is headed for Zimbabwe, with Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa urging people to follow proper and official sources of information to avoid panic and avoidable despondency.
[The Herald] Artisanal and small-scale miners have disbanded their representative body, the Zimbabwe Miners Federation (ZMF) and formed a new body, the Zimbabwe Artisanal and Small-Scale Miners' Federation (ZASMF).
[Namibian] A three-year-old boy was among seven people who died over the weekend, according to the police.
[Daily Maverick] Cities lie at the heart of South Africa's electricity woes -- but their potential to be part of the solution is being overlooked.
[HRW] Today, South Africa launched its National Action Plan to combat xenophobia, racism, and discrimination, marking an important step towards addressing the widespread human rights abuses arising from xenophobic and gender-based violence and discrimination that continue to plague South Africa.
[SAPS] Tobani Njombela (44) and Thandinkosi Ngqulovu (44) appeared at Hermanus Magistrates Court last Friday facing an assortment of charges ranging from racketeering, Corruption and defeating the ends of justice.
[Govt of SA] President Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed his deep sadness at the passing away of Princess Irene Thandekile Buthelezi, the spouse of Inkatha Freedom Party President Prince Mangosuthu Buthelezi.

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