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[News24Wire] World renowned South African AIDS activist David Ross Patient, who was diagnosed with HIV in 1983, died on Friday evening after contracting pneumonia following an operation.
 
[News24Wire] A dog who found itself stuck on a mountain ledge in the Stellenbosch area has a farm resident to thank for its rescue after she heard cries for help and ensured that a rescue team was able to find it.
 
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's finance minister has refused to comment on where the First Family got its money to buy a mansion in South Africa and to import luxury cars.
 
[News24Wire] The DA's relationship with other opposition parties is good, says its leader, Mmusi Maimane.
 
[News24Wire] Universities are often portrayed as places of considered debate, and learning.
 
[News24Wire] A News24 journalist, who was detained and manhandled by security guards at the Gateway Theatre of Shopping, intends pressing charges against the security officials involved.
 
[Swazi Media] Only days after it was learnt that people who criticise King Mswati of Swaziland face two years' jail, the King misled the UN General Assembly saying that 'all citizens' have the opportunity to air their views.
 
[Malawi News Agency] New York -Malawi's President Prof. Arthur Peter Mutharika Friday morning met the new United Nations Secretary General, António Guterres, at UN Headquarters Building in New York.
 
[News24Wire] Fifty learners were treated for food poisoning after eating muffins at a high school in Mokopane, Limpopo, paramedics said on Saturday.
 
[News24Wire] The KwaZulu-Natal government has paid tribute to a nurse who was so dedicated to his job that he once went as far as walking to patients to deliver antiretroviral drugs.
 
[News24Wire] Public Service and Administration Minister Faith Muthambi has urged the people of Casteel to follow in the steps of OR Tambo, by dedicating their lives to the service of others, especially the poor and the marginalised.
 
[News24Wire] An official from an independent contractor of City Power has been arrested, after allegedly trying to solicit a R3 000 bribe from a resident in Midrand, north of Johannesburg.
 
[News24Wire] Seven people died and another five were injured when the driver of a bakkie lost control of the vehicle near Verena in Mpumalanga on Saturday morning.
 
[Govt of SA] The Minister of Finance would like to express deep concern about audit matters currently surrounding KPMG. These developments have created a bad image and have undermined the reputation of good governance and audit independence in one of the key sectors and institutions in our economy. ...
 
[News24Wire] More than 2 800 dockets need to be traced in the mammoth gun smuggling case in which firearms meant to be destroyed by police were allegedly instead smuggled - with the help of cops - to others who handed them over to gangsters.
 
[Zambia Reports] Some part of Lusaka have started receiving normal supply of water after nearly a week of dry taps.
 
[Zambia Reports] Grammy award winning R&B group Boyz II Men have arrived in the country setting the stage for their highly anticipated show on September 22 and 23rd in Lusaka.
 
[New Zimbabwe] High Court judge Justice Davison Foroma has dismissed an urgent chamber application by the MDC-T seeking the reversal of the voter registration proclamation dates by President Robert Mugabe.
 
[Nyasa Times] World leaders including six African presidents Thursday demonstrated how the Fast Track approach to ending AIDS is working and positively positive impacting on health systems in most countries.
 
[The Herald] Malawian president Professor Peter Mutharika says President Mugabe's rich history makes him the only remaining hero of African nationalism.
 
[The Herald] Three police officers who connived with three civilians two of whom are father and son to rob an Indian investor of $56 000 at a fake roadblock in Belvedere, Harare, were on Monday sentenced to an effective three years in jail each.
 
[The Herald] A Murombedzi man was caught sexually abusing a dog belonging to a local businessman in the kitchen. Tapiwa Mwinga (34) has since appeared before Chinhoyi magistrate Ms Letwin Rwodzi.
 
[Financial Gazette] The Constitutional Court (ConCourt) yesterday dismissed an application by Higher and Tertiary Education Minister, Jonathan Moyo (pictured), who was challenging his arrest by the Zimbabwe Anti Corruption Commission (ZACC).
 
[Nyasa Times] There was commotion at Chonde community hospital on Wednesday, when people scrambled to see a woman claiming that unknown people sucked her blood during the night of Tuesday.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] President Robert Mugabe chose the recent Zanu PF Youth League Bindura interface rally to define for the first time his relationship with Vice-President Emmerson Mnangagwa in the context of the liberation struggle and what is currently happening within the ruling party vis-à-v...
 
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police in Mulanje have arrested a 36-year-old man for allegedly being found with fake currency.
 
[The Herald] Students who were offered scholarships to study in Russia under the Presidential Scholarship and National Scholarships Programme are expected to meet the executive director Dr Christopher Mushohwe today at the New Ambassador Hotel.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -Students at the University of Namibia owe the institution a bank breaking N$326 million in unpaid tuition fees, literally a month before the commencement of the final examinations.
 
[New Era] Windhoek -President Hage Geingob, during his address to the UN General Assembly on Wednesday, said Namibia values empowerment of the youth and that the 'Tanganyika Group' - a generation of Swapo leaders to which he belongs - would leave "very soon".
 
[Nyasa Times] Malawian boxer Ben Chitenje who added excitement of the sport with his tough talking antics died at the Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital today Thursday 21 September 2017 after a short illness.
 

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