[Premium Times] The Federal Government said on Sunday that it had stocked enough food to address possible shortages in some states in 2018.
[News24Wire] Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa will return to London on Monday where he will lead ‘Team South Africa’ to the World Rugby Council announcement of the Rugby World Cup 2023 host venue.
[Daily Maverick] If you imagine fish as birds of the ocean, they fly through forests and over fields which grow in the rich soil of the continental shelf. Just as on land, it’s Earth teeming with roots and creatures that form the base of the sea’s food web and upon which its health depends.
[Govt of SA] The Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba has approached President Jacob Zuma for an urgent establishment of an inquiry into the tax administration and governance of the South African Revenue Service (SARS). The President has acceded to the request.
[News24Wire] Wayde van Niekerk is in line for another prestigious accolade, it was revealed on Monday, after the 400m world champion was shortlisted as a finalist for the 2017 IAAF World Athlete of the Year Awards to be held later this month.
[VOA] Demonstrations in Eritrea’s capital, Asmara, have drawn a violent crackdown with reports of gunshots.
[New Zimbabwe] Finance Minister Ignatius Chombo has bowed down to pressure by legislators to disburse their sitting allowances and allocations going towards their Constituency Development Fund (CDF).
[News24Wire] President Robert Mugabe and his family are shareholders in a new airline to be called Zimbabwe Airways, a private newspaper has claimed.
[IRIN] Abidjan -Fresh clashes over land in western Côte d’Ivoire, following a spate of army mutinies, attacks on police stations, and jailbreaks, represent a growing challenge to the country’s nascent and hard-won stability.
[The Herald] Thirty-eight out of 93 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) audited last year incurred a combined $270 million loss as weak corporate governance practices and ineffective control mechanisms took their toll. There were indications that some line ministries had not yet responded to President Mugabe’s directive to provide updated status reports of State enterprises that fall under their portfolios.