September 02

September 01

  • Lesotho: Leaders Agree to Reconvene Parliament


    The leaders of Lesotho's coalition government have agreed on a timetable for resuming sittings of the country's Parliament. Read more »

  • Mozambique: Radio Station Shut Down On Eve of Election Campaign


    A community radio station, Radio Progresso, in the southern Mozambican town of Maxixe, has received orders to shut down its broadcasts immediately, on the grounds that it is... Read more »

  • Africa: Kenya to Host AU Summit On Terrorism

    Capital FM

    Kenya will host the Africa Union Peace and Security Council Summit on Terrorism, to be attended by a number of Heads of State and Government from the continent on Tuesday. Read more »

  • Lesotho: What's Going on in Lesotho? A Rough Guide

    The Daily Vox

    Lesotho just had a lazy weekend jol that's looking kind of like it could be a coup. I know. What the shit, right? And on a Saturday morning, too. Read more »

  • Malawi: Malawi First Country to Put HIV Positive Pregnant Women On ARVs - APM

    Malawi News Agency

    President Arthur Peter Mutharika says Malawi was the first country to adopt a policy of putting all HIV positive pregnant and breast feeding women on anti-retroviral (ARV) drugs... Read more »

  • Zambia: President Sata May Fire Another Ally

    Zambia Reports

    President Michael Sata's press aide George Chellah may be the next one to be fired after his ally Wynter Kabimba unexpectedly saw the exit door from the Patriotic Front and... Read more »

  • Lesotho: Basotho Leaders Agree on Path Out of Crisis [document]

    SA Govt

    1. Following the recent political and security developments in the Kingdom of Lesotho, His Excellency Jacob G. Zuma, the President of the Republic of South Africa and Chairperson... Read more »

  • South Africa: Marikana Strike was Uncharacteristic - Lonmin


    Lonmin mine security had not expected protesting miners at Marikana in the North West to gather and strike on August 12, 2012, the Farlam Commission of Inquiry heard on Monday. Read more »

  • Swaziland: King, 46, Takes Virgin, 19, As 14th Wife [opinion]

    Swazi Media

    Swaziland's King Mswati III has finally married the 19-year-old former beauty pageant contestant dubbed by foreign media as 'Naughty Sindi' Read more »

  • Lesotho: Regional Ministers Meet Over Lesotho

    Foreign Ministers of the Southern African Development Community (SADC) states are meeting in Pretoria this morning to discuss the reported "coup" in Lesotho. Read more »

  • South Africa: Buses Set Alight, Drivers Beaten


    Seven buses were set alight and four others badly damaged in a protest in Nyanga, Cape Town, on Monday morning, Golden Arrow Bus Services (Gabs) said. Read more »

  • South Africa: Jesus Must Return: Zuma


    President Jacob Zuma would like Jesus to return to earth to cleanse everybody's sins, Beeld reported on Monday. Read more »

  • South Africa: Blurred Lines - When Tolla$$mo Pulled a Weapon and Then the Race Card On a Brother [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    Debate about racism and xenophobia in this country is often reactive. Something terrible happens, someone accuses someone, we shout, we get angry, sometimes we tweet about it but... Read more »

  • South Africa: TAC Takes On Free State Health [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    Galvanised by the arrest of 130 community health workers in June, while peacefully protesting their dismissal, activists gathered on Sunday night and Monday morning in... Read more »

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