[Observer] Corporal Collins will be punished in accordance with the uniform code of military justice.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa has put his head on the block and declared the projects his government has approved will create 780 000 jobs in the next two years.
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[The Herald] All roads lead to the National Sports Stadium today for the country’s 39th Independence Day main celebrations where President Mnangagwa is expected to deliver the keynote independence address.
[Premium Times] The latest report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) ranking Nigeria as the world’s second worst user of sovereign wealth funds is “fundamentally flawed”, the Nigerian government says.
[Deutsche Welle] Hundreds of thousands of people took to the streets of Algiers and other Algerian cities to demand the ruling elite step down from power. They were the first rallies since elections were announced for July.
[Nyasa Times] The continued use and production of thin plastics is said to cause more harm than good that if the country is not careful it will have no fish stocks in Lake Malawi by 2050, according to findings from an independent assessment.
[New Zimbabwe] Standard Chartered Bank Zimbabwe, is set to pay a US$18 million fine to the US Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) for violation of sanctions regulations.
[African Arguments] It’s not just domestically that the new Prime Minister has shaken things up in his first year.
[Zimbabwe Standard] The Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE) weakened in the month of March after shedding 19,36% to close the month with a market capitalisation of $15,98 billion from $19,82 billion in February, as the market self-corrects and adjusts to the recent monetary policy pronouncements.