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[News24Wire] Chairperson of the ANC's integrity commission, George Mashamba, says it has started looking into the VBS Mutual Bank saga and is hoping to meet in the coming weeks with its members who were implicated.
 
[Deutsche Welle] Since October 2017, the country's Cabo Delgado province has been plagued by a series of anonymous attacks that have left 90 people dead. Suspects are in custody, but what is known about the perpetrators remains murky.
 
[CAJ News] Maputo -Human rights groups have bemoaned death threats reportedly made to journalists, priests and civil society leaders in the wake of local government elections in northern Mozambique.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Inmates serving time and simultaneously pursuing studies in most of the country's prisons often fail to take part in final public examinations because the government does not have money to pay for their examinations fees.
 
[News24Wire] Heated exchanges took centre stage outside the entrance of the Jesus Dominion International church in Port Elizabeth, as men in dark shades and suits came out of the blue garage doors to face off against protesters on Sunday morning.
 
[News24Wire] Police officials and a security expert have revealed possible South African links to the kidnapping of Tanzanian billionaire Mohammed Dewji, who was released unharmed on Saturday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Thousands of Christians led by the Roman Catholic Church Sunday converged at Vice President Constantino Chiwenga Hwedza homestead to pray for the VP's speedy recovery following his recent discharge from a South African hospital.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Finance Minister, Mthuli Ncube has admitted government lived beyond its means as he urged locals to be patient with his controversial fiscal measures blamed on triggering runaway price increases in a volatile economy.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THREE men clad in army uniform on Wednesday went on a rampage, forcing Mutasa shop owners, "at knife point", to reduce prices of selected goods they went on to purchase, an MP from the area has reported.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's patience with Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) governor John Mangudya could be wearing thin, if his comments in the state run media are anything to go by.
 
[New Era] WINDHOEK- A law to protect wildlife and protected areas is expected next year following consultations in this regard.
 
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[The Herald] Fuel consumption in the country has gone up by 100 percent in recent months, the Minister of Energy and Power Development, Dr Joram Gumbo, said yesterday.
 
[The Herald] The Mberengwa-Mnene road reconstruction project has been stalled after the contractor allegedly pulled out and removed equipment from the site owing to cash flow challenges.
 
[The Herald] Midlands Provincial Affairs Minister, Larry Mavima has lashed at some unscrupulous business people who are in the habit of hiking prices willy-nilly in a bid to tarnish the image of the government and derail economic reforms being pursued by the second republic.
 
[Namibian] Land reform minister Utoni Nujoma has been flip-flopping on whether or not he was involved in the transaction involving four farms that the government recently leased to a Russian billionaire.
 
[Namibian] A group of 56 women street vendors marched from nearby Shoprite to the Ministry of Gender Equality and Child Welfare in Windhoek on Friday to protest against the high fines imposed on them by the municipality.
 
[CAJ News] Harare -The Zimbabwean government has threatened to arrest parallel market dealers blamed for the skyrocketing prices of commodities and incessant shortages of cash.
 
[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa has urged the nation not to discriminate against people with fertility challenges, but should accept them with love and dignity.
 
[The Herald] Some pains are just but a necessary evil and ought to be lived through than avoided if the benefits are to be harnessed in totality.
 
[The Herald] Zanu-PF Secretary for War Veterans Cde Victor Matemadanda has said no one is invincible in the ruling party hence no individual must think that he or she is bigger than the organisation.
 
[The Herald] The tobacco sector is encouraging farmers to diversify into other high value export crops such as chia, an oil seed, to boost their income.
 
[The Herald] Government plans to establish a $100 million gold sector venture fund as it seeks to boost output and build reserves.
 
[The Herald] Government is tightening environmental laws to rein in people who cut down trees causing deforestation and contributing to climate change, Lands, Agriculture, Water, Climate and Rural Resettlement Deputy Minister Cde Douglas Karoro said.
 
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Defence University (ZNDU) has entered into a partnership with University Utara Malaysia (UUM) where the two institutions will collaborate to foster global peace and security.
 
[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa on Friday took the Angel of Hope Foundation mobile clinic to the Harare City Council where employees got screened for cervical and breast cancer at Town House.
 
[Nyasa Times] The University of Malawi (UNIMA) Council has bowed down to pressure and agreed to give a 10% salary increment to all support staff in the University.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Shop owners near the popular braai open space, Mereki in Harare's Warren Park D suburb on Sunday got a rude awakening when they discovered thieves had helped themselves to dozens of bread loaves that had been delivered in the early hours of day.
 
[News24Wire] The rape trial of Nigerian pastor Timothy Omotoso is expected to resume in the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth on Monday.
 
[News24Wire] The Road Traffic Management Corporation has warned all transport operators that they could face "severe consequences", including criminal charges, if they continue to ignore duties imposed on them by regulations.
 

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