September 23

  • Uganda: Lake Victoria's Water Levels Drop Further


    Over the years, Cassius Ntege, a fisherman from Kasenyi landing site on the Ugandan side of Lake Victoria, has observed the waters of the lake receding. And as one of the many who... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Dilemma Over Death Penalty

    The Herald

    Fears abound that murder suspects will skip the border into South Africa to evade the death penalty following demands by that country for an undertaking that they will not be... Read more »

  • South Africa: Crucial Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity UN Resolution - What Will SA's Vote Be? [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    Three years ago South Africa and Brazil co-sponsored a historic resolution encouraging the UN to discuss discrimination and violence based on sexual orientation and gender identity... Read more »

  • Namibia: Namibia to Wait Longer for Oil Finds


    THE oil and gas industry was a sector that would require a lot of patience until a discovery was made, according to Minister of Mines and Energy, Isak Katali. Read more »

  • South Africa: TB Joshua and the Nigerian Tragedy That Shook SA Into Gear [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    As you read this, an existential crisis grips South African media. Editors are in emergency meetings, sub-editors are dusting off whiskey bottles and journalists are... Googling... Read more »

  • South Africa: Mantashe - 'When People Are Abnormal, Rules Do Not Apply' [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    While the ANC says it's certainly not unconstitutionally trying to get Parliament to protect Jacob Zuma and Cyril Ramaphosa, the party is fed up with attacks from the opposition.... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Let's Be Proud of Revolutionary Fruits [editorial]

    The Herald

    The Food Agriculture Organisation and World Food Programme report a significant reduction in the number of Zimbabweans who will need food assistance in the period January to March... Read more »

  • South Africa: Saps' Message to SA - Feel Comfortable. We Love You. [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    Police top brass continue to urge us to focus on long-term crime trends, rather than the pretty bleak outlook given by the release of Friday's crime stats. At a breakfast briefing... Read more »

  • South Africa: Johannesburg's New Towns - the Utopian Answer to the City's Needs or Another Problem to Fix? [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    J. BROOKS SPECTOR contemplates the impact and future of two new towns to be completed on the outskirts of Johannesburg. Will they enhance or threaten the nature of Johannesburg? Read more »

  • South Africa: Climate Change in the Spotlight At UN Meeting

    It was billed as the biggest climate march in history with figures being put at more than 100 000 people. The marchers in New York on Sunday brought traffic to a virtual standstill... Read more »

  • South Africa: In Defence of Africa Aerospace and Defence 2014 [analysis]

    Daily Maverick

    For the ordinary South African, AAD is either an utterly unknown event or, if you happen to live near Centurion, that thing that happens every two years that creates a hell of a... Read more »

  • South Africa: Heritage Day - a Time to Embrace the Demands of Democracy [opinion]

    Daily Maverick

    Is heritage always something from the past done by others? Or will what we do today become the heritage that will be celebrated and protected in the future? Read more »

  • Namibia: Court Throws Out Nampower BEE Suit


    THE High Court of Namibia has dismissed an urgent application in which a Swakopmund company was challenging NamPower over a N$30m tender. Read more »

  • Zambia: Zambia's First Lady Appointed Global E-Health Envoy By UN


    Zambia's First Lady - Dr Christine Kaseba Sata - has been appointed e-Health Ambassador for the International Society for Telecommunications and Health. Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Judiciary Raises the Bar in War Against Corruption

    The Herald

    The judiciary has come up with strategies to combat corruption in the magistrates' courts countrywide to correct perceptions that the widespread plague is acceptable in the... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Big Brother Hotshots - the Wait Continues

    The Herald

    Greetings to all and I hope I find you in good shape. It feels good to be back after a long break. Yours truly was a bit under the weather, you know it comes with the change of... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Chief's Children Jailed in Land Row

    The Herald

    Five sons of Chief Chikwanda of Masvingo East have been jailed for a combined 24 years by a regional magistrate for severely assaulting a man they accused of encroaching into their... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Good Rains Revive Expectations - Hippo Valley

    The Herald

    Hippo Valley Estates sugar production in the 2014/ 15 season is expected to be around the same levels as the past year at 239 338 tonnes, chief executive Sydney Mtsambiwa said.In a... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Man Shares Mbanje With Son (4), Court Told

    The Herald

    A woman yesterday told the Harare Civil Court that her abusive husband was in the habit of smoking mbanje with their four-year-old son whenever he comes home drunk. Shamila Mandaza... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: DBSA Sets Conditions for Zinara

    The Herald

    The Development Bank of South Africa wants ZINARA to update its debt reserve account to unlock an estimated $147 million for the dualisation of the Norton-Kadoma highway, a senior... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Council Clarifies Grain Donation

    The Herald

    Chivi Rural District Council has successfully collected grain from villagers to help feed families at the Nuanetsi Ranch in Mwenezi, displaced by the Tokwe-Mukosi dam, contrary to... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Feather in the Cap for MCAZ

    The Herald

    The Medicines Control Authority of Zimbabwe's laboratory is now a reference centre for quality checks in Africa following a recent approval by the World Health Organisation... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Artistes Rally Behind Xaba

    The Herald

    More than 15 artistes and comedians will today converge at the Book Café in a fundraising show to raise $15 000 to help veteran actress Pretty Xaba who is battling... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: Promote Education, Health - Sekeramayi

    The Herald

    Government has been urged to promote the provision of education and health to rural communities as a way of improving lives. The call was made by Defence Minister Dr Sydney... Read more »

  • Zimbabwe: World Leaders Face Tough Task

    The Herald

    THE 69th Session of the United Nations General Assembly enters its second week today with world leaders seized with a broad agenda to tackle multi-faceted challenges confronting... Read more »

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