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[SANF] Five southern African countries are preparing for elections later this year as the region's democracy and governance once again come under the spotlight.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] Tensions are gradually intensifying between President Emmerson Mnangagwa and the military clique surrounding him, amid revelations that the army is exerting overbearing influence on the executive.
 
[This is Africa] Zimbabwe's government has announced that it has reviewed the country's visa requirements to elevate 29 Category C countries to category B level which allows visas on arrival. The new travel regime allows visas on arrival for SADC members and several international countries.
 
[News24Wire] Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema says President Cyril Ramaphosa must not bluff about following through with plans to allow land expropriation without compensation.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has predicted violent elections this year reminiscent of the June 2008 after Zanu PF political commissar Engelbert Rugeje threatened in a recent statement that the country will slide to the mayhem of ten years ago if people do not vote for the rulin...
 
[Times of Zambia] FIRST Republican president Kenneth Kaunda has urged Congolese President Joseph Kabila to continue promoting peace and unity in the neighbouring country.
 
[Nyasa Times] Nyika Media Club, a grouping of media professionals in the Northern Region, has criticised the attack of three British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalists and three other members of their crew in Karonga's 'Benghazi' area on Friday on suspicion that they were bloodsuckers.
 
[Zambia Reports] As his men in uniform turn the barrel on civilians, Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila has extended the maiming of people to motorcades.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -Okahandja farmer Kai Rust who was convicted of culpable homicide in the death of a poacher will serve three years in prison.
 
[Swazi Media] Students in Swaziland are set to protest against the 'extravagant spending' of the 50/50 celebrations to mark the King's birthday and the anniversary of Independence from Britain.
 
[Notes from the House] "My employer used to phone Metrorail to find out if the trains were late, but went ahead to fire me," says Warren Johnson, a resident of Elsies River in Cape Town.
 
[VOA] A South African man is facing a possible death sentence in South Sudan, after none of the key defense witnesses showed up at his trial on espionage charges and conspiracy to overthrow the government.
 
[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (ZAAC) is investigating University of Zimbabwe (UZ) lecturer Professor Claude Mararike on allegations of abuse of office for fraudulently awarding a Doctor of Philosophy degree to former First Lady Grace Mugabe.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The government will pay the late MDC-T leader Morgan Tsvangirai's hospital bills, president Emmerson Mnangagwa said Sunday.
 
[News24Wire] Parliament is on Monday set to debate the first ever State of the Nation address that was delivered by newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa last week.
 
[Zimbabwe Standard] A top Roman Catholic cleric who helped negotiate former president Robert Mugabe's exit after last year's military takeover says the ageing politician appears happy in retirement.
 
[The Herald] There was tension at MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's residence in Highlands, Harare, yesterday, as family members deliberately ignored his widow Ms Elizabeth Macheka and left out party leaders on the itinerary when President Mnangagwa visited to pay his condolences.
 
[ANGOP] Luanda -The Angolan Head of State, João Lourenço, and his South African counterpart, Cyril Ramaphosa, manifested on Sunday the wish to bolster the bilateral cooperation and friendship ties between the two peoples.
 
[Nation] Opposition leader Raila Odinga on Monday afternoon left the country for Zimbabwe.
 
[GroundUp] Resident Zenzele Gampe says a battle over mining the land has divided his community. "We are no longer the community we were and never will be the same. Now some people can't even visit each other because we have become enemies."
 
[Times of Zambia] A team of 15 marine commandos from Ndola has been deployed to search for the bodies of six children who drowned during a boat cruise at a farm dam in Serenje district in Central Province.
 
[Swazi Media] Three drivers have appeared in court in Swaziland on charges relating to the deaths of 13 people, mostly children aged 11 to 16, who were being transported on the back of a truck that crashed going to the Reed Dance in 2015.
 
[Times of Zambia] The Scottish Government has set aside over US$6 million for support towards various projects in Zambia for the period 2017 to 2022.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Vice President Constantino Chiwenga has vowed a decisive fight against graft and warned that action would also be taken against those who fail to report corruption cases.
 
[Zambia Reports] National Democratic Congress (NDC) consultant Chishimba Kambwili has accused medical professionals of pilfering medicine from public health institutions to effectively run their private medical stores.
 
[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora has denied the main opposition party now faced a dilemma on whether to drop the letter 'T' which was taken from the initials of the now late party leader Morgan Tsvangirai.
 
[Nyasa Times] The opposition Malawi Congress Party (MCP) has accused government of blocking the party president and leader of opposition Lazarus Chakwera from giving his eulogies at the funeral of veteran politician Sam Mpasu, who was president of New Labour Party.
 
[Nyasa Times] State Vice President Saulos Chilima led the nation in mourning veteran politician Sam Mpasu, who fought for multiparty democracy, at the funeral ceremony on Sunday at his home village Khuzi, in the area of Traditional Authority Kwataine in Ntcheu.
 
[Zambia Reports] Fourth Republican President Rupiah Banda celebrates his 81st birthday. Banda ruled Zambia from 2008 to 2011.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -President Hage Geingob has congratulated the new president of South Africa Cyril Ramaphosa on his election to take over the high office a day after embattled leader Jacob Zuma resigned.
 

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