[Dalsan Radio] The embattled company Spectrum which helped the government organize a Somalia and gas conference now says the London meeting was not an auction of oil fields.
[New Zimbabwe] The JOBS of more than 2,000 RioZim employees were left hanging in the balance Wednesday after gold producer suspended operations at three of its mines.
[IPI] IPI condemns pattern of forcing journalists to reveal their sources
[The Herald] MDC Alliance leader Nelson Chamisa yesterday filed his election petition at the Constitutional Court challenging President Mnangagwa’s victory in the July 30 harmonised elections.
[New Zimbabwe] Former first lady Grace Mugabe had her voting day soured Monday after it emerged that the South African High had overturned her diplomatic immunity, paving way for her possible prosecution.
[New Zimbabwe] Fraud accused former cabinet minister Walter Mzembi is battling stomach cancer and will be undergoing treatment for one year, a Harare court heard on Tuesday.
[allAfrica] Activists and victims of some of the worst crimes committed in West Africa sat down together in Banjul, Gambia recently to talk about how to bring to justice more people responsible for these crimes.
[News24Wire] The man accused of starting a fire on Table Mountain earlier this week, attempted to “apologise for [his] actions” when he made his first appearance in the Cape Town Magistrate’s Court on Thursday.
[Vanguard] The UN refugee agency on Thursday criticised Nigeria for breaching international agreements after the leader of a Cameroonian anglophone separatist movement and his supporters were extradited at Yaounde’s request.
[New Times] The Minister for Justice and Attorney Ge neral, Johnston Busingye, has cautioned court bailiffs and notaries in the country against accepting gifts from the public provided in return for their service, saying such gifts are a disguised form of “bribe.”