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[News24Wire] One of the world's most admired former presidents Barack Obama has acknowledged that racism still exists in the US and in South Africa.
 
[GroundUp] At 3:30am on Wednesday morning, about 15 protesters built a shack outside Leeuwenhof, the official residence of the Premier of the Western Cape Helen Zille.
 
[The Herald] Government is effecting a 17,5 percent Special Civil Service Allowance in fulfilment of an agreement it reached with its workers at the National Joint Negotiating Council (NJNC).
 
[News24Wire] The National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) wants mine bosses prosecuted and held accountable for every life lost underground.
 
[News24Wire] A new report, released by the Human Science Research Council, into HIV prevalence and incidence in South Africa, has shown a significant decline in new infections in 2017, compared to a similar survey five years ago.
 
[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance presidential candidate, Nelson Chamisa has fired a broadside at the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) chair Priscilla Chigumba describing her as "arrogant" for allegedly standing in the way of electoral reforms being demanded by his party.
 
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday assured Zimbabweans that Government was revamping the economy to ensure the country becomes the Jewel of Africa through sheer industry.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -A group of about 30 Namibian loan-holding students, who just graduated in Ukraine, are up in arms over alleged failure by the Namibia Students Financial Assistance Fund (NSFAF) to secure them flights to return home early.
 
[Daily Maverick] Queues can be great levellers. But yesterday's long line of people who snaked towards the security checks for the Annual Nelson Mandela lecture was also reminiscent of that moment of hope in 1994, when millions waited patiently in line to cast their first vote.
 
[The Herald] First Lady Auxilia Mnangagwa has facilitated the construction of a health centre and drilling of boreholes for the Doma community in Kanyemba, barely two months after visiting the remote area.
 
[The Herald] The 20th Summit of the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (Comesa) Heads of State and Government kicks off here today with high level discussions anchored on transforming the region's economy through adoption of digital technologies and scaling up value addition and beneficia...
 
[News24Wire] A 40-minute video that purportedly captured violence during the Fees Must Fall protest in 2016, will be used as evidence against Economic Freedom Fighters Students Command activist Bonginkosi Khanyile on Wednesday.
 
[The Herald] The Confederation of Zimbabwe Retailers has blamed the growth of the black market for foreign currency for fuelling the current wave of increases in prices of basic commodities.
 
[The Herald] Dynamos have ended weeks of speculation and named long-serving benefactor Solomon Sanyamandwe as their new club president.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe's sporting fraternity was plunged into mourning yesterday following the death of boxing icon Langton "Schoolboy" Tinago.
 
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday said he would soon expose land barons that fleeced desperate home-seekers especially in urban areas. The President said this while addressing thousands of zanu-pf supporters at Chinhoyi University of Technology (CUT) yesterday. He said Government's new poli...
 
[News24Wire] The impact that a South African programme has made on the education of children has earned it a prestigious international award.
 
[News24Wire] The trial of Bonginkosi Khanyile, the controversial leading figure in KwaZulu-Natal's Fees Must Fall movement, is expected to resume in the Durban Regional Court on Wednesday.
 
[News24Wire] Natal Agricultural Union (Kwanalu) has denied that the 80-year-old man, who was killed during a shootout with police in Bergville, was a farmer.
 
[News24Wire] A man has been killed in an apparent 'hit' in Olivedale, Randburg after shots were fired at his vehicle while he was driving on Tuesday.
 
[News24Wire] The trial of Bonginkosi Khanyile, the controversial leading figure in KwaZulu-Natal's Fees Must Fall movement, has officially commenced, nearly three years after his arrest.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -Following the Botswana deadline that lapsed on July 14, more Namibian refugees from Dukwe are returning home voluntarily to avoid deportation by that country.
 
[Daily News] LIBERATION political parties from countries in the Southern Africa believe the envisaged Mwalimu Nyerere Leadership School will cement their unity and cooperation in liberating the African economies.
 
[The Herald] MDC -Alliance president Mr Nelson Chamisa last week cast doubt on his own party's ability to deliver when he inadvertently praised zanu-pf's Chipinge Central legislator, Cde Raymore Machingura, for effectively representing his constituency in Parliament.
 
[Govt of SA] Minister of Human Settlements Nomaindiya Mfeketo and Gauteng MEC for Human Settlements Dikgang Moiloa, will as part of commemorating the 100 years of Nelson Mandela and Albertina Sisulu centenary, build 70 houses in Lawley, south of Johannesburg.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -The bail hearing of former Namibia Defence Force (NDF) soldier accused of fatally shooting his ex-lover and mother of his three-year-old child is scheduled to take place this week.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -AfricaOnline, one of the largest internet service providers in Namibia, has launched a wireless broadband network powered by RADWIN's JET 5GHz Point-to-Multipoint (PtMP) smart Beamforming solutions.
 
[Namibian] THE TransNamib board has blamed constant political interference for the parastatal's financial and operational woes.
 
[Namibian] A GROUP of unemployed graduates from local tertiary institutions have blamed the lack of job opportunities in the country on corruption and nepotism.
 
[Namibian] THE Cabinet secretary George Simataa has announced new appointments and the reassignment of some permanent secretaries, effective from the start of next month.
 

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