[ANGOP] Luanda -The former Transports minister, Augusto da Silva Tomás, who has been accused by the Public Prosecution Department of mishandling funds of the National Freight Council (CNC), was heard last Wednesday by the Supreme Court, in Luanda, to clarify some issues before the trial.
[New Zimbabwe] The Zimbabwe National War Veterans association (ZNLWVA) has dropped its bid to have former president Robert Mugabe’s name removed from the country’s main airport in Harare.
[Monitor] Refugees in different settlements in the West Nile districts are struggling to access clean water as drought takes toll on the area. Long queues form at the water points as they struggle to access water from taps.
[News24Wire] Former ANC treasurer general Zweli Mkhize has admitted that the party accepted donations from Bosasa despite public allegations of corruption, including paying bribes for tenders shrouding the Krugersdorp-based firm.
[263Chat] Former President, Robert Mugabe’s son-in-law Simba Chikore has insisted that he never detained his employee Bertha Zakeyo as she always had an option to leave the company premises.
[AIM] Maputo -The Kempton Park magistrates court in Johannesburg has again postponed its decision on whether to grant bail to former Mozambican finance minister Manuel Chang, according to the correspondent of the independent television station, STV
[New Zimbabwe] FORMER Masvingo provincial minister, Kudakwashe Bhasikiti says President Emmerson Mnangagwa should act like his predecessor Robert Mugabe who resigned 2017 when locals staged massive street demonstrations to show their resentment for his continued rule.
[News24Wire] Former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi has implicated former correctional services commissioner Tom Moyane in the quickly expanding network of corruption allegations surrounding Bosasa.
The railroad to Diamniadio SEVERAL TIMES a week, police block off Dakar’s roads and 4x4s tear through the Senegalese capital. It is election time and Macky Sall, the president, has no time to waste in pesky traffic jams as he races from opening infrastructure projects to meetings at plush hotels. He need hardly bother.
[AIM] Maputo -Former Mozambican Finance Minister Tomas Salomao has expressed his indignation and disappointment at the involvement of one of his successors. Manuel Chang, in the scandal of Mozambique’s “hidden debts”.