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[Democracy Works] In order to prevent Zimbabwe from plunging into unstoppable violence, which will stall economic reconstruction and unleash a fresh wave of people seeking refuge in South Africa, the country must cobble together a government of national unity which involves all parties.
 
[News24Wire] Afrikaner rights group AfriForum's release of an unverified and disputed list that purports to denote farms targeted for expropriation without compensation, has led to millions of rands in possible losses for at least two farmers whose properties are named in the document.
 
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) says MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa's petition challenging the July 30 presidential election results which declared President Mnangagwa the winner is "fatally and incurably defective" to nullify the results.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe's annual inflation rate rose 1,38 percent to 4,29 percent in July, latest figures from the Zimbabwe National Statistics Agency (ZImStats) show.
 
[The Herald] The Constitutional Court will next Wednesday hear the case in which MDC-Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa is contesting President Mnangagwa's victory in the July 30 presidential election.
 
[News24Wire] Eight suspects with links to the Gupta family, who stand accused of orchestrating the theft of more than R200m in the Estina dairy farm debacle, are to appear in the Bloemfontein Magistrate's Court on Friday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance presidential election candidate Nelson Chamisa's petition seeking to overturn the results of last month's election is flawed and null and void at law, the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has argued.
 
[The Herald] GOLD worth about $1 million has vanished from an armoury at Plumtree Police Station in Matabeleland South Province, in what ranks as arguably the biggest theft from a police station.
 
[The Herald] The Constitutional Court will next Wednesday hear the case in which MDC Alliance leader Mr Nelson Chamisa is contesting the victory of President Mnangagwa in the just-ended presidential poll.
 
[News24Wire] The man dubbed the "Springs monster", who is accused of the decade-long abuse of his five children, has been was found guilty in the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria.
 
[RFI] The Institute for Security Studies (ISS) has published a new report into the killing of 34 striking miners on the 16 August 2012.The South African thinktank has found that the police officers responsible were not under threat when they fired at the miners.
 
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (ZimParks) rangers on Tuesday dragged the carcass of a crocodile to a funeral wake in in the town of Redcliff.
 
[GroundUp] "When residents knock on my door at night and beg me to borrow the keys to the toilet, I refuse to open the door because I'm scared of being robbed," says Nkosinathi Xekethwane. When he is available, he lets people know by leaving his door open. Over 15 residents regularly borrow his keys...
 
[News24Wire] ANC chairperson Gwede Mantashe's proposal to put a 12 000-hectare ceiling on land ownership has been slammed by the black farmers' union, the Freedom Front Plus and Agri SA.
 
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa arrived in Windoek, Namibia, yesterday for the Sadc 38th Ordinary Summit of Heads of State and Government.
 
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa on Thursday declared a special state funeral for Zondeni Veronica Sobukwe, the wife of the late Pan Africanist Congress (PAC) founder Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe.
 
[Kubatana.net] So we have now got to the point where the petition was formally filed. A lot of confusing and alarming information has been peddled and circulated. This post will try to demystify these unfounded posts from "cyber scarecrows" masquerading as legal analysts.
 
[Namibian] SEVEN farmers accused of unlawfully grazing their livestock on communal land in the Tsumkwe area should be evicted and barred from the Nyae Nyae conservancy and communal forest, a judge of the High Court has ordered.
 
[News24Wire] If you're into fashion, then getting shout out from one half of Dolce & Gabbana is pretty much a dream come true. And if the praise is directed at how gorgeous you are, well, that doesn't hurt either.
 
[Nyasa Times] Malawi government has been boosted with a £11 million (aboput K7.3 billion) from Scottish government allocated to supporting local projects in the southern African nation until 2023.
 
[ANGOP] Luanda -A national oil and gas agency, which will take over the role of national hydrocarbons concessionaire to replace Sonangol, will be created by the Executive as part of the restructuring program for the oil sector.
 
[News24Wire] Deputy President David Mabuza wants the courts to clear his name of longstanding assassination and corruption allegations against him.
 
[News24Wire] Residents have been evacuated from a building in Johannesburg's CBD after a fire broke out on the first floor on Thursday afternoon, emergency services told News24.
 
[The Conversation Africa] It's highly likely that an amendment will be made to South Africa's constitution that will allow for land expropriation without compensation following a decision to do so by the ruling party the African National Congress (ANC).
 
[News24Wire] The Patriotic Alliance (PA) has announced that it will not be supporting the opposition coalition's bid to get rid of Nelson Mandela Bay Mayor Athol Trollip after a fallout with the EFF over the PA's mayoral candidate.
 
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[New Zimbabwe] A NURSE at Beitbridge District Hospital has been suspended from work for allegedly criticised Zanu PF and blaming the ruling party for the country's economic problems.
 
[African Arguments] Mozambique will introduce new fees for foreign journalists and local reporters working for foreign outlets. From 22 August, accreditation will cost a cool $2,500 per trip, or $8,300 per year for foreigners and $500 per year for locals working for foreign media agencies.
 
[Nyasa Times] Civil society organisations have come hard on graft busting body Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) director general, asking him to resign following the bureau's decision to clear President Peter Mutharika over the K145 million dubious donation from an Indian businessman that went in a Democ...
 
[Bhekisisa] When we got our independence, we did not ask ourselves what kind of ethics this new country needed. SA's health ombud reflects on his first big case.
 

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