[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa on Monday left the country for Rwanda to attend the African Union Extraordinary Summit.
[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s ruling party says Robert Mugabe could lose his immunity and privileges as a former head of state and face expulsion from the party.
[East African] Sierra Leone will hold a run-off vote for president on March 27, the election commission said Tuesday, after the country’s main opposition finished slightly ahead of the ruling party in the first round of voting.
[VOA] Sierra Leone will hold a runoff presidential election in two weeks after the country’s 16 candidates failed to clinch the 55 percent of votes necessary to win in the first round.
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s government has been insincere in its commitment to holding a free, fair and credible elections, MDC-T president Nelson Chamisa, told Sadc envoys Tuesday.
[New Zimbabwe] The New Patriotic Front (NPF) formed by remnants of Zanu PF’s former faction known as G40 has demanded that former President Robert Mugabe be accorded his constitutional rights to association and other freedoms.
[VOA] Freetown – Sierra Leone will hold a runoff presidential election in two weeks after the country’s 16 candidates failed to clinch the 55 percent of votes necessary to win in the first round.
[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwe’s new opposition leader Nelson Chamisa is 40 years old and he intends to run against President Mnangagwa on a youth ticket. DW’s Privilege Musvanhiri asked him how he plans to do lead the party.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Former president Robert Mugabe yesterday opened up about his ouster last year by the army, disclosing for the first time that some people were allegedly killed and others tortured as the 94-year-old politician piled up pressure on his successor, President Emmerson Mnangagwa.
[Nyasa Times] Nyika Media Club, a grouping of media professionals in the Northern Region, has criticised the attack of three British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) journalists and three other members of their crew in Karonga’s ‘Benghazi’ area on Friday on suspicion that they were bloodsuckers.