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[allAfrica] Cape Town -Caster Semenya will be handed what is likely a career-limiting ultimatum by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) tomorrow - take daily medication to control your hyperandrogenism or switch to the 5,000m and 10,000m races only.
[New Zimbabwe] The trial of a corporal in the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) who allegedly stole 119 laptops from former President Robert Mugabe will commence this Wednesday and suspect insists the later should come and testify.
[ISS] In the early afternoon, five days a week, a school bell disrupts the stillness in the streets of Touwsranten, a village 30km east of George, South Africa. The sound of more than 400 voices quickly follows, their owners gathering outside the gates of Touwsranten Primary School, chattering and s...
[The Conversation Africa] Malaria is a major health problem in Malawi. Each year millions of cases are recorded - most are pregnant women and children under the age of five.
[Maka] Today I returned to court. The judge was in no mood for jokes, berating me for my public criticism of what was decided in the previous session.
[Legalbrief] For decades he has been beyond the reach of justice despite deeds of almost incomprehensible depravity, but Liberian warlord Jungle Jabbah has at last lost his staring match with the law: last week he was given a 30-year sentence and has already begun serving time in a US jail.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Extraordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government of the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC) kicked off on Tuesday morning, in Luanda, to analyse the political situation in the DR Congo, Lesotho and consolidate aspects relating to the southern Africa region, among ot...
[The Conversation Africa] South Africa's parliament is currently debating amendments to the Labour Relations Act that will change how workers can go on strike. For example, the amendments would require trade unions to hold secret ballots to decide on strike action and introduce a mechanism where str...
[News24Wire] The government has made billions available for tertiary education, but students have to fulfil strict criteria to get the money.
[IPS] Lusaka -Trees are a vital component in the ecosystem - they not only give oxygen, store carbon, stabilise the soil and give refuge to wildlife, but also provide materials for tools, shelter and ultimately, food for both animals and human beings.
[Guardian] With over 1.5 million of the 18.9 million population in Malawi and over 11 million scattered abroad, the Chewa people pride themselves on being the largest indigenous group in Malawi. It, therefore, comes as no surprise that their language, Chichewa, has been adopted by the Malawians as t...
[News24Wire] Embattled Cape Town Mayor Patricia de Lille says she isn't concerned about the pending internal motion of no confidence against her on Wednesday as "she fears no one."
[Namibian] THE Bank of Namibia is monitoring reports in South Africa that a former KPMG official tasked to trace the N$200 million that disappeared from the SME Bank is being investigated.
[New Zimbabwe] An audio recording has emerged of businessman and aspiring Zanu PF legislator James Makamba allegedly arranging the recruitment and payment of state-media journalists for smear a campaign against cabinet ministers and their presumed associates.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa, who assumed power in a military coup last November, has admitted the cash crisis in the country is causing great hardships for ordinary Zimbabweans.
[News24Wire] Service delivery protests broke out in and around the small Northern Cape town of Jan Kempdorp earlier this week, police said on Wednesday.
[News24Wire] Southern African Development Community (SADC) Chairperson and President of South Africa, Cyril Ramaphosa has expressed satisfaction that peace and security are being consolidated in the region.
[News24Wire] Government has urged all the members of unions taking part in the nationwide strikes on Wednesday to refrain from violence, intimidation and destruction of property.
[Nyasa Times] Scotland First Minister Nicola Sturgeon on Monday night hosted Malawian President Peter Mutharika to a dinner at the Bute House in Edinburgh where a new joint commitment to work towards the United Nation's Global Development Goals was reached.
[VOA] It has been 24 years since the Malawi government executed a convicted murderer, but President Peter Mutharika has called for discussions on implementing the death penalty to deter attacks on people with albinism.
[Obama Foundation] Over the course of the last year, President Obama has met with emerging leaders from nearly every corner of the globe to hear from young civic leaders and better understand how the Obama Foundation can support their work. From Brazil, Germany, Indonesia, India, Singapore and New Z...
[ANGOP] Soyo -The United States spent USD 300 million on combat malaria in Angola from 2005 to date, said US ambassador to Angola, Nina Fite.
[News24Wire] Less than two million of the five million cubic metres of water released from the Berg River Dam into the Misverstand Dam is expected to make it to its destination, Saldanha Bay Local Municipality mayor Marius Koen said on Tuesday.
[News24Wire] The Portfolio Committee on Police has called for lifestyle audits and the vetting of all police officers near national parks.
[News24Wire] Residents in the North West remained adamant that the only way calm would be restored to the embattled province, was if Premier Supra Mahumapelo was fired.
[News24Wire] Some citrus and wheat farmers in the drought-stricken Western Cape say they are optimistic that winter will bring the solid rainfall they need.
[AIM] Maputo -The Islamist group that has been active in parts of the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado since last October launched three raids against villages over the past weekend, according to a report in Tuesday's issue of the independent newssheet “Mediafax”.
[News24Wire] Schools and trains will not be affected by countrywide SA Federation of Trade Unions (Saftu) protests and marches over a proposed national minimum wage on Wednesday.
[News24Wire] SA Rugby president, Mark Alexander , on Tuesday said record-breaking Springbok wing Bryan Habana , who announced his retirement from the game at the end of the European season, is "one of the greatest South African sportsmen of all time".
[The Conversation Africa] Emotions ran high at a high school south of Johannesburg in 2017 when the largely coloured community rejected the appointment of a black principal. A group of black teachers were also removed from the school because coloured parents didn't want them there.

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