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[News24Wire] The Public Protector committee has selected Busisiwe Mkhwebane as the last woman standing to fill Thuli Madonsela's shoes.
[GroundUp] "They are becoming opposition" Motsoeneng reportedly says in Parliament
[News24Wire] A Gauteng TV sales account executive at the SABC was allegedly paid a multi-million rand settlement after he was suspended last year.
[HRW] Johannesburg -Armed men linked to Mozambique's main opposition party, the Mozambique National Resistance (RENAMO), have raided at least two hospitals and two health clinics over the past month. The attacks on the medical facilities, which involved looting medicine and supplies and destroying m...
[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF MPs on Tuesday refused to support a motion moved by Kuwadzana MP, Nelson Chamisa who wants the Home Affairs Minister called by the august house to launch a full investigation into cases of police brutality against peaceful protesters.
[News24Wire] The government clarified President Jacob Zuma's role in the leadership of state owned companies (SOCs) on Tuesday, amid allegations of state capture where the Guptas use their friendship with Zuma as a way of winning contracts in the critical sector.
[The Herald] THE Government has abolished more than 8 000 posts in the Ministry of Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development as the Public Service Commission (PSC) implements recommendations of the Civil Service Audit Report of 2015.
[News24Wire] The rand broke through the R14/$-level at the close of business in New York, but returned to R13.93/$ on news that Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan has to report to the Hawks amid the ongoing Sars Wars debacle.
[Nation] Retired President Mwai Kibaki is scheduled for surgery in a South African hospital on Thursday to remove a blood clot in a vein on his neck.
[New Era] Rundu -A 63-year-old pensioner together with a 28-year-old man were granted bail of N$1 000 each in the Rundu Magistrate's Court on Monday when they each appeared on a charge of possession of controlled wildlife products.
[Namibian] ONE of the men charged in the second Caprivi high treason trial - and at one stage also convicted and sentenced to 32 years' imprisonment - has won his release from prison, after nearly 14 years behind bars.
[Nyasa Times] A new political pressure group named Transformation Alliance has been formed with main aim of sreening future leadership with only two years remaining before the country holds its second tripartite elections, Nyasa Times can reveal.
[The Herald] There was drama at the Harare Exhibition Park yesterday when Mr Bean look-alike Pak Bean showed up. Pak Bean was at the Splash Paints stand yesterday afternoon where adults and kids queued to get a chance to have a picture taken with the famous comedian look-alike after buying a Splash ...
[The Herald] THIRTEEN people died, including five family members, in separate road traffic accidents that occurred between Friday and Monday in Mvuma and Mvurwi. Police said 10 people were seriously injured during the accidents. Chief police spokesperson Senior Assistant Commissioner Charity Charamb...
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Congress Party (MCP) internal struggles continue, Isaac Jere, who is in police custody in connection to arson attempts on party headquarters in Lilongwe City Centre, has mentioned claimed several political big are sponsoring terror in the country.
[ANGOP] Luanda -The ruling MPLA party's Central Committee elected Tuesday João Lourenço vice president and António Paulo Cassoma secretary general of that political organisation.
[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -The national Under-17 team, Serengeti Boys, may not face Congo in the third phase of the 2017 African Youth Championship after Namibia lodged an appeal over age cheating.
[News24Wire] Media reports saying that former SABC CEO Frans Matlala got a severance package of R18m are false, said his incumbent James Aguma on Tuesday at parliament.
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's education department is set to employ more mathematics and science teachers in the next two years, despite an ongoing government job freeze, state media reported on Monday.
[Zambia Reports] Media bodies led by MISA Zambia and the Media Liaison Committee are demanding the immediate lifting of the suspension of Muvi TV, Komboni Radio and Itezhi Tezhi Radio following the decision by the Independent Broadcasting Authority (IBA) to suspend their licences.
[The Herald] Pakistan comedian Mr Pak Bean, real name Asif Muhammad, arrived in Zimbabwe on Monday ahead of comedy night that will be held at the Harare International Conference Centre on September 3.
[The Herald] Eighteen vehicles worth thousands of dollars were yesterday burnt to shells by veld fire at a garage along Seke Road amid reports that Harare Fire Brigade officials who attended the scene watched helplessly allegedly because their fire tender did not have water.
[AIM] Maputo -Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Monday argued that it is not one or other isolated measure that can solve the country's current economic crisis, but a whole series of coordinated actions.
[News24Wire] Parliament's ad hoc committee tasked with finding a new Public Protector is on Wednesday expected to decide on a candidate to replace Thuli Madonsela.
[News24Wire] Former intelligence minister Ronnie Kasrils will give the money from his defamation settlement to President Jacob Zuma's rape accuser Khwezi and her family.
[News24Wire] Former mayor of Nelson Mandela Bay Danny Jordaan has been appointed the official leader of the opposition by the African National Congress.
[The Daily Vox] On 17 August, social justice NGO Section 27 released a report entitled "Too Many Children Left Behind: Inclusion in the South African Inclusive Education System". The report is a result of research work conducted by Tim Fish Hodgson and Silomo Khumalo in northern KwaZulu Natal in par...
[News24Wire] Three students at the University of Free State are facing disciplinary action after they allegedly sprayed liquid in the face of a security guard at one of the institution's gates, the university said on Wednesday.
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -Two Nigerian men and two local women were arrested in Cape Town on Tuesday night for opening bank accounts at all the banks in South Africa and using them to receive monies from online dating victims.
[SAnews.gov.za] Pretoria -President Jacob Zuma has congratulated Mzwandile Collin Masina, the former Deputy Minister of Trade and Industry, following his election on Tuesday as the Executive Mayor of the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality.

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