[New Zimbabwe] In a move that could pose a major set-back for the opposition in Zimbabwe ahead of crucial general elections the United States has pulled the plug on leading human rights and election lobby groups amid revelations of financial plunder.
[VOA] Washington -Washington – The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld the Trump administration’s travel restrictions on citizens from five Muslim countries, handing President Donald Trump a victory in enforcing one of his most controversial policies.
[Vanguard] Abuja -The meeting between the striking joint health workers union and the Federal Government last night ended in a deadlock.
[The Herald] President Mnangagwa will today meet war veterans, war collaborators and ex-detainees in Harare to discuss welfare issues and ways of strengthening Zanu-PF ahead of harmonised elections this year.
[News24Wire] The presiding officers of parliament have condemned the “discriminatory regulations” passed by the International Association of Athletics Federation (IAAF), which may affect South African athlete Caster Semenya’s competitive performance.
[Monitor] Uganda has over the years slowly lost its regional fish market to Chinese exports, according to data from the Kenya National Bureau of Statistics.
[Nation] University students have now turned to the National Assembly to reverse the new system of electing their leaders which took effect in 2016.
[News24Wire] Thousands of commuters will wake up on Wednesday to the nationwide bus strike that is set to kick off at 05:30 while taxi and rail operators are bracing for crowds and long queues.
[The Herald] Government has, with immediate effect, fired all striking nurses after they refused to return to work even though the employer acceded to their demands and availed over $17 million. President Mnangagwa has endorsed the dismissal to ensure new people were immediately engaged to save the lives of patients.
[East African] In Cameroon, the election for president in October will take place against the background of a crisis that could break up the country.