[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -African countries should shift from a culture of investing heavily on military and give priority to health of citizens, an economist said.
[New Zimbabwe] While South Africa and other countries in the region are ready to help, only Zimbabweans have the solutions to the country’s problems, a Cabinet Minister in President Cyril Ramaphosa’s government has said.
[News24Wire] South Africa “unequivocally stand in solidarity” with Zimbabwe, despite alleged human rights abuses.
[African Arguments] Some in the ruling Patriotic Front have rallied behind the president. Others have developed a four-point plan to get rid of him.
[Premium Times] Saudi Arabian authorities allegedly paid at least two insiders at Twitter to access crucial personal data of the country’s dissident users, according to a federal complaint filed by the United States.
[Nairobi News] The Judiciary can now breathe a sigh of relief after the government changed its mind and fully restored their 2019/20 budget allocation.
[263Chat] Officials from the Ministry of Finance and Economic Development today staged yet another no-show at the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee (PAC) meeting were they were due to give oral evidence to the committee on the financing strategy of the Command Agriculture program, 263Chat Business can reveal.
[SAnews.gov.za] Minister in the Presidency Jackson Mthembu and Communications and Digital Technologies Minister Stella Ndabeni-Abrahams will convene an urgent meeting with stakeholders in a bid to keep community radio stations on air.
[New Times] President Paul Kagame has said that Rwandans have a right to make their own choices in life and chart ways they believe are in their best interest.
[The Herald] Government is lining up another salary adjustment for civil servants to cushion them from the unwarranted price increases that businesses continue to effect.