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[New Zimbabwe] THE main opposition MDC party has condemned government attempts to impose price controls saying this will not address inflationary pressures.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THE National Bakers Association of Zimbabwe (NBAZ) has revealed that the sector is experiencing serious shortages of raw materials due to the current foreign currency crunch and warned that the current bread scarcity could worsen.
 
[Guardian] Super Eagles Manager, Gernot Rohr says he is still searching for quality players to beef up his squad despite Nigeria's recent victories in the Cameroun 2019 African Nations Cup qualifying series.
 
[New Zimbabwe] SOME Harare commuters got a rude shock Thursday after discovering that kombi fares had been hiked 150 percent as they tried to return home after work.
 
[News24Wire] Strong winds whipping the Western Cape blew a truck over in Klawer on Saturday morning, provincial traffic officials confirmed.
 
[New Zimbabwe] FORMER Warriors and Dynamos coach Kalisto Pasuwa finally ended speculation surrounding his future after being unveiled as the new coach of Malawian topflight side Nyasa Big Bullets on a two and half month deal.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THE Zimbabwe Football Association (Zifa) has blamed members of the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) for the chaos that marred the Warriors' 2019 Africa Cup of Nations Group G qualifier against the Democratic Republic of Congo at the National Sports Stadium.
 
[Namibian] TWO people accused of trafficking a 14-year-old girl who was allegedly drugged and raped in northern Namibia will have to wait longer to hear whether magistrate Mika Namweya will grant them bail.
 
[News24Wire] City Power has raised alarm bells about the sabotage and vandalism of state infrastructure in Lenasia South, Johannesburg.
 
[News24Wire] One person has died and up to 500 homes have been destroyed in blaze which broke out in Khayelitsha in the early hours of Saturday, the City of Cape Town has confirmed.
 
[News24Wire] The South African Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Saturday said it was probing possible breaches in its editorial code regarding the coverage of the VBS Mutual Bank debacle by its newsroom in Polokwane.
 
[The Herald] The thought of having to roll one's crown jewels between their fingers for a while in testicular cancer self-testing would make someone go, well, nuts . . . excuse the pun.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe has a very high level of biodiversity, and the dominant forest ecosystems in the country can be loosely grouped into Flora Zambeziaca and Afromontane phyto-regions and exotic plantations found in the Eastern Highlands, Manicaland Province.
 
[The Herald] YOUTH, Sport, Arts and Recreation Minister Kirsty Coventry's decision to dissolve the Sport and Recreation Commission (SRC) board must be hailed as one of the major steps towards redressing shortcomings that have left sport stagnant for years.
 
[The Herald] It is probably time that proud Zimbabwean journalists close ranks against some local correspondents of foreign media who have demonstrated a penchant for fake news by putting money upfront against this country's national interests and with that their noble profession.
 
[The Herald] ONE of Zimbabwe's top motocross riders Regan Wasmuth will today start waving goodbye to racing in the junior ranks when he competes in the final round of the 2018 South African National Championship series at Dirt Bronco in Krugersdorp.
 
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) and the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) are expected to appear before the Commission of Inquiry into the political violence that rocked the country on August 1 next month following the adjournment of hearings yesterday.
 
[The Herald] Government is working on a raft of measures to curb illegal and speculative foreign currency dealings that have resulted in prices sky-rocketing, Finance and Economic Development Minister Professor Mthuli Ncube, has said. Further, Prof Ncube said, Government was implementing cost-contai...
 
[News24Wire] Transport minister Blade Nzimande has directed the Road Traffic Management Corporation accident construction team and police to probe the horror Limpopo crash which left 27 dead, including the roadworthy status of the truck which is said to have caused the accident.
 
[News24Wire] A lawyer representing former University of the Witwatersrand student leader and Fees Must Fall activist Mcebo Dlamini, claims that the case against his client is politically motivated.
 
[Bhekisisa] What Deputy President David Mabuza had to say about primary health care and the NHI in his Presidential Health Summit speech.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Harare -48-year-old Garvey Edwards was shot twice point blank by a soldier; one of the many he had taken selfies with in November last year as the military helped topple long-serving ruler Robert Mugabe.
 
[The Herald] GOVERNMENT is working around the clock to resolve the supply shocks being felt in the economy due to panic buying, and availed an additional $17 million for the procurement of fuel, principally diesel, to ease shortages. This was revealed by Finance and Economic Development Minister Pro...
 
[ISS] The Khashoggi crisis raises questions about South Africa's arms deals with Saudi Arabia and many other countries.
 
[The Herald] MDC-Alliance principal Tendai Biti's attempt to have Harare Magistrate Mr Francis Mapfumo's ruling denying the temporary release of his passport overturned, failed at the High Court yesterday.
 
[The Herald] A 30-year-old commuter omnibus driver whose vehicle collided with Vice President Constantino Chiwenga's motorcade was yesterday sentenced to an effective two-and-a-half years in prison.
 
[The Herald] BULAWAYO High Court requires at least two more judges to effectively and speedily preside over cases that are on the increase, Chief Justice Luke Malaba has said.
 
[The Herald] THE Ministry of Health and Child Care has vaccinated 401 585 people against cholera, bringing the water-borne disease under control.
 
[News24Wire] Advocate Peter Daubermann has condemned the actions of a crowd of protesters who chased him outside the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth on Wednesday.
 
[News24Wire] Despite suffering from a debilitating disease that has confined him to his bed, 62-year-old Frikkie Grobbelaar made it to his son's wedding with the help of ER24.
 

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