[Zimbabwe Standard] President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s former advisor Christopher Mutsvangwa has revealed that the latest Zanu PF factional wars were triggered by the fight for control of the country’s fuel industry, a fight he said was behind the 2017 coup.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Chimanimani, Zimbabwe -The government is planning to relocate residents of flimsy houses near rivers that flooded when Cyclone Idai hit – but engineers say a comprehensive overhaul of building codes and materials is needed
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Ghana is to launch a multi-million dollar fund aimed at attracting investment from members of the African diaspora in the United States and around the world — a follow-up to the “Year of Return 2019″ in which the nation reached out to the diaspora on the 400th anniversary of the arrival of the first African slaves in the United States.
[Monitor] The Committee on Legal and Parliamentary Affairs is set to start processing the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2019, in which the Opposition seeks to cause changes in the Constitution including the structure of government.
[Daily Trust] The Federal Government says it is studying the situation on change of West African Economic and Monetary Union (UEMOA) currency, Eco, to be used as ECOWAS single currency.
[The New Humanitarian] Harare -Loveness January lost her three cattle and half her crop to last year’s drought, and fears another poor season will mean ruin for her family farming a small plot of land in Seke, 40 kilometres southeast of the Zimbabwean capital, Harare.
THE MOST popular candidate in Algeria’s presidential election might be a rubbish bag. On December 12th Algerians will choose a successor to Abdelaziz Bouteflika, who stepped down in April after 20 years of dictatorial rule
[New Times] President Paul Kagame on Monday told participants from different parts of Africa that promoting gender equality on the continent is simply common sense.
[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.
[News24Wire] The Tiso Blackstar Group on Sunday said it “noted with shock the alleged admission by a sitting government minister to have corruptly bribed two Sunday World journalists”.