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[New Era] After the German government declined invitations to come and show cause in the case in which they are cited by Namibia's victim communities, a further hearing was set for 25th January 2018 in the Federal Court in New York.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] New York -Six people, including two pharmacy owners, have been arrested in Zambia and accused of the illegal sale of HIV and malaria testing kits as part of an international crackdown on profiteering from foreign aid, U.S. officials said on Wednesday.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Johannesburg -Juggling paperwork, car keys and an always-beeping cellphone, Inet Situole, a 33-year-old in a crisp white blouse, runs a fashion boutique with more than 100 customers a month - a far cry from a decade ago, when she worked as a maid while trapped in an abus...
[GroundUp] Two weeks ago, 23-year-old Chenjerai* earned $6 daily as a tout, shouting for passengers to board long distance buses from Harare. He also flagged down the minibuses which ferry 15 passengers at a time around the city, earning a "thank you fee" from every bus or minibus he filled. Not any...
[Nyasa Times] The postponed nationwide demonstrations organised by Public Affairs Committee (PAC) to push for electoral reforms slated for December 13 following government's turnaround to table bills in parliament took center stage in the local press on Wednesday with Malawi's flagship daily newspap...
[News24Wire] A Dutch arms dealer, convicted of crimes against humanity and selling firearms to former Liberian president Charles Taylor, was spotted by police investigators driving around Cape Town in his luxury cars before his arrest last week.
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Four ministers were dismissed late last night by President Filipe Nyusi. They are Foreign Minister Oldemiro Baloi, Agriculture and Food Security Minister Jose Pacheco, Industry and Commerce Minister Ernesto Max Tonela, and Minerals and Energy Minister Leticia ...
[News24Wire] A Zimbabwean cleric, Trevor Manhanga, who was recently given a directive by President Emmerson Mnangagwa's government to vacate the farm he grabbed from a white farmer, Robert Smart in Rusape in June, has remained adamant he will "stay put".
[News24Wire] Judgment is expected in the Pretoria High Court on Wednesday on the DA's application for an order that President Jacob Zuma adhere to the Public Protector's "State of Capture" remedial actions, establish a commission of inquiry and allow the Chief Justice to appoint a judge for the inqu...
[News24Wire] Proposed draft regulations for a state of emergency would give the president the right to appoint a "control officer", who would have far-reaching powers, including the prohibition of the dissemination of information.
[New Zimbabwe] Former finance Minister Tendai Biti who is in the US leading MDC Alliance principals has pleaded with the Donald Trump administration not to "forget" Zimbabwe in its fight against "tyranny" under what he called an "illegitimate government."
[New Zimbabwe] THE $15 billion from Marange diamond revenue that was reported missing is in the hands of some crooks in government, a Catholic Bishop said Tuesday.
[New Zimbabwe] THE military must return to the barracks while Emmerson Mnangagwa's government has a "window of opportunity to demonstrate commitment to a democratic, just, healthy and prosperous Zimbabwe", a strategic US government official has said.
[New Democrat] A notorious Dutch war criminal and gunrunner who fled justice in the Netherlands has been arrested after being tracked down to his Cape Town mansion.
[New Zimbabwe] Contemporary musician, Mukudzei Mukombe, popularly known as Jah Prayzah, said he had "prophesied" his Harare cemetery misfortune during which was attacked.
[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -A local man who forced his two year old niece to eat own faeces as a punishment for soiling her pants appeared before a local magistrate facing charges of Ill-treating or neglecting a child.
[Bhekisisa] New accusations beg the question, who is watching the watchers?
[R2K] R2K is outraged to see confirmation that a government task team has been working in secret to draft new 'State of Emergency' regulations - effectively to create pre-conditions for a future clampdown on public life in South Africa. Today the Right2Know Campaign is demanding that the relevant go...
[News24Wire] Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's recommended remedial actions after her investigation into state capture were wise, necessary, rational and appropriate, the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria found on Wednesday.
[GroundUp] The City of Cape Town's Health Department will be going after the owner of a property in Maitland, Cape Town where about 52 immigrants are sharing one toilet.
[News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma might have to fork out as much as R1.5m in legal fees for delaying the release of the state capture report.
[News24Wire] A fraudster has been given one month to pay back his victims a total of R4.4m or face 10 years behind bars.
[The Herald] Gweru-based giant ferrochrome producer, Zimbabwe Alloys, under judicial management by Grant Thornton International, is expected to start operating in the next 18 months after its creditors approved a $100 million investment deal with Indian Investor, Balasore Alloys Group.
[Zambia Reports] Patriotic Front Media Director Sunday Chanda has taken on Roan Member of Parliament Chishimba for commenting on the Social Media Administrators' workshop that was held on the Copperbelt recently advising him to stay away from certain issues.
[News24Wire] The United States is "cautiously considering re-engaging Zimbabwe, following the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe" in November, a report has said.
[ANGOP] Huambo -Two new training schools built in the Centre Military Region are to start activities next year in the central Huambo Province, in the ambit of the programme of improving the preparedness level of the country's military effectives.
[Zambia Reports] Students at the Copperbelt University have refused to get back to class despite calm returning at the higher institution of learning following fights with the Zambia Police.
[Nyasa Times] Minister of Finance, Economic Planning and Development Goodall Gondwe has been embroiled in allegations of abuse of office for directing Accountant General to make bogus payments to suppliers who were never contracted.
[Times of Zambia] The German government has pledged to contribute more than K8 million (700, 000 Euros) towards the United Nations High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) refugee response in Zambia and Angola in 2018.
[The Herald] Government has rescinded an early decision allowing the Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Resettlement to collect rentals and land development levies from A1 and A2 farmers, giving the responsibility back to rural local authorities. This new policy directive will be operationalised begi...

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