[New Zimbabwe] While South Africa and other countries in the region are ready to help, only Zimbabweans have the solutions to the country’s problems, a Cabinet Minister in President Cyril Ramaphosa’s government has said.
FOR MONTHS General Khalifa Haftar, Libya’s most powerful warlord, has besieged Tripoli, struggling to wrest control of the capital from the UN-backed “government of national accord” (GNA). More than 1,000 people have been killed
[263Chat] Self exiled former cabinet minister Professor Jonathan Moyo has dropped a bombshell claiming that People’s Rainbow Coalition (PRC) leader Joice Mujuru has accepted to deputize President Emmerson Mnangagwa taking over from the ailing Constantino Chiwenga who has been admitted at a Chinese hospital for over five months.
[263Chat] The citizens have cried foul over government’s decision to fire medical doctors, a move that has brought the already stuttering country’s health delivery system to total collapse.
[East African] A momentous process is on the cards this end of November, and not too many people are paying attention.
[East African] Besieged Zimbabwe notched the backing of neighbours South Africa, Namibia, Tanzania, the SADC and the African Union ahead of last week’s anti-sanctions march, ironically snubbed by its own citizens.
IF IT WEREnot for the flags being waved, it would be difficult to tell the difference between the protests in Lebanon and those in Iraq. In Baghdad, as in Beirut, masses of people have taken to the streets, angry over corruption, poor governance and a lack of jobs
[Namibian] Another attempt to start the trial of a former magistrate charged with counts of rape and kidnapping is due to be made in the Windhoek High Court in April next year.
[New Times] President Paul Kagame has said that Rwandans have a right to make their own choices in life and chart ways they believe are in their best interest.
FOUR YEARS after they were welcomed as protectors, American troops leaving north-east Syria received a less friendly send-off. As they drove out of the region, a surprise withdrawal ordered by President Donald Trump earlier this month, angry locals pelted their armoured cars with rocks and tomatoes