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[allAfrica] Cape Town -A hugely popular South African radio host has been removed from the airwaves.
 
[Namibian] SEVERAL activists have spoken out against the government's decision to approve the N$14 billion tobacco plantation project in the Zambezi region, citing health and environmental concerns.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe needs to adopt adopt cyber currency to solve its monetary problems which have seen prices souring beyond reach of many, a Zambian tax expert has said.
 
[News24Wire] The Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture has pressed former president Jacob Zuma to indicate whether he will be appearing before it, either to cross-examine witnesses or to put forward his side of the story.
 
[News24Wire] South African Ambassador to Denmark Zindzi Mandela has reappeared on the social network Twitter after disappearing following a series of radical tweets from her account aimed at "apartheid apologists" and "land thieves".
 
[The Herald] Motorists here have expressed concern over service stations which are charging for fuel in US dollars only despite a directive from Government that they should accept all forms of payment.
 
[Daily Maverick] The relationship between Old Mutual and its CEO Peter Moyo has irreparably broken down. Moyo plans to haul Old Mutual to court for firing him and basing the decision on 'incomplete and at worst misleading' information. Meanwhile, Old Mutual said it has grounds to fire him as there w...
 
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE is among the world's 10 worst countries for employees, the International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC)'s 2019 global rights index has revealed.
 
[News24Wire] The SANDF will be sending a high-level team to Mozambique to investigate a shooting incident in which two Mozambican border police officers died.
 
[African Arguments] Zimbabwe is in crisis. But to expect the ruling ZANU-PF government to resolve this is improbable at best. It is, more likely, impossible.
 
[AIM] Maputo -Former Mozambican President Joaquim Chissano said on Tuesday there is no reason to believe that the current dissent within the main opposition party, the former rebel movement Renamo, will threaten the holding of general elections in October.
 
[ISS] Around 30 000 illegal miners work in and around thousands of disused and active mines across South Africa. These illegal miners - known as Zama Zamas - are organised by criminal syndicates, and cause considerable financial losses and security headaches to established, publicly listed companies...
 
[UCT] The University of Cape Town (UCT) remains the top university in Africa, according to the latest Quacquarelli Symonds (QS) World University Rankings which saw UCT move up two places to 198th position, placing the institution among the top 20% of universities worldwide.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Telecommunication mogul, Strive Masiyiwa's Econet Group's subsidiary, Cassava Smartech and its siter technology solutions company, Comviva have scooped the East Africa Com Award, under the "Changing Lives" category for the transformation and impact brought about by the EcoCash platfor...
 
[Namibian] THERE are only 18 intensive care unit beds at 350 centres in the public health sector in the whole country.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Since taking power on the back of a military coup in November 2017, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has cemented public perceptions of an enigma, attracting ridicule, scorn and admiration in almost equal measure.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A local traditional leader was on Monday bashed by a Chinese national after reportedly approaching management at a tile manufacturing factory in Norton seeking jobs for his subjects.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has turned rogue and instead of protecting children is at the forefront of violating them, the opposition MDC's youth assembly said Sunday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa may have lied when he claimed he had received requests from "some" of the parties that walked out on his Political Actors Dialogue early this year citing lack of commitment and transparency.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has rebuffed recommendations from the Zimbabwe Gender Commission (ZGC) to take note of Constitutional provisions in the appointment of senior officials, it has emerged.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe is losing over US$12 million in chemical imports per year, an expert in the chemical's industry has said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe's inflation figures for May have broken a decade old record, officials figures show.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Former Deputy Home Affairs Minister Obedingwa Mguni reportedly collapsed and died late Tuesday afternoon.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Stability in Zimbabwe can only be guaranteed if another Government of National Unity (GNU) is established, Speaker of the National Assembly Jacob Mudenda said Thursday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Most Zimbabwean banks have a colonial mindset and that's why they are rejecting government's 99-year leases issued to beneficiaries of the land reform programme, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] In a surprising turn of events, the State has denied confiscating former Local Government Minister Ignatius Chombo's passport but admits it is in the hands of the Clerk of Court.
 
[New Zimbabwe] One of the victims who survived last year's army shootings on August 1, Andy Manyeruke is demanding US$23 000 damages from the Zimbabwe National Army for the pain he endured.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Government must always remember the rights and plight of children in its policy programming, President Emmerson Mnangagwa was told Saturday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa needs to humble himself and meet opposition leader Nelson Chamisa, Independent Norton MP, Temba Mliswa has said.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has struck the right tone as regards what needs to be done in order to return Zimbabwe to the international fold but there is little in terms of action to back this especially around the issue of human rights, outspoken Independent Norton MP Temba Mliswa s...
 

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