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Zimbabwean govt wants Labour Court to declare doctors’ strike illegal

HARARE – The Zimbabwean government has told the Labour Court “incapacitated” doctors simply have to go to work like all other civil servants, Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association (ZHDA) lawyer Douglas Coltart has said. After failing to enforce a threat to…

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Nigeria insists Boko Haram ‘defeated’ after 10-year insurgency

Nigeria’s presidency claimed Boko Haram’s 10-year-old insurgency had been “defeated” but admitted that international jihadists posed a growing threat. “The position of the Nigerian government is that the Boko Haram terrorism has been degraded and defeated. The real Boko Haram…

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South Africa: MPs set September date to discuss Public Protector’s future

Parliament will officially discuss and “map out a way forward” regarding Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane’s tenure after a formal request to review her fitness to hold office. The DA asked National Assembly Speaker Thandi Modise to urgently consider an inquiry…

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South Africa: Tom Moyane ‘might’ have been an apartheid spy, says Snuki Zikalala

Social media does not seem to believe the former SABC news head’s claims. ANC Veterans League (ANCVL) president and former head of news at SABC Snuki Zikalala told Aldrin Sampear on Power FM on Wednesday that former Sars boss Tom…

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Renamo fighters start disarming as part of Mozambique peace deal

AFP All 5,221 Renamo fighters are to surrender their weapons to the government, a condition for the peace deal that is planned to be signed next month. Mozambique’s main opposition party and former rebel movement Renamo began disarming members of…

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Zimbabwe: Land disputes, evictions disrupt farming operations

MARONDERA: Farm ownership disputes in several farms in Mashonaland East are disrupting farming operations with government officials accused of fueling the disturbances including evictions. The Zimbabwe Anti-Corruption Commission (Zacc) has since moved in and opened investigations into the operations of…

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Zimbabwe: Mnangagwa claims new British govt ready to open discussions on land compensation

HARARE – British Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s government is willing to re-open discussions on land compensation with Zimbabwe, President Emmerson Mnangagwa has claimed. Mnangagwa told journalists during his State visit to Namibia last week that Zimbabwe has no regrets on…

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Video of the military using violent methods divides public opinion and highlights gravity of the attacks in northern Mozambique

Mozambique’s Cabo Delgado province has been hit by extremist attacks since 2017. A video being shared on social media (WARNING: graphic imagery) shows men dressed in the uniform of the Armed Defence Forces of Mozambique (FADM) torturing and humiliating a presumed civilian….

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MDC Alliance is the one implementing Zanu (PF) programmes, says ZAPU’s Future Msebele as he blasts Welshman Ncube

Own Correspondent Msebele says corruption is not political but criminal and ZAPU will not allow it to continue. JOHANNESBURG – The Deputy Secretary for International Relations for Zimbabwe’s opposition ZAPU party, Future Msebele, this week blasted MDC Alliance’s Deputy President…

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Mozambique warns Zimbabwe over beer ban

MAPUTO – Economic relations between Zimbabwe and Mozambique seem to be heading for the rocks after President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s administration banned various products from the neighbouring country including beer lines. Reports from Zimbabwe’s eastern neighbour quote that country’s Minister of…

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