[PDP] The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) challenges the Buhari Presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to end its silence and speak out on their evident complicity in the corrupt amassing of the N21bn,
[The Herald] MDC Alliance spokesperson Professor Welshman Ncube has called for dialogue among political parties, saying it is important that there is engagement even if parties differ on which path the country needs to take.
[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] The special session of parliament scheduled for today and Friday, 21-22 June, has been postponed, parliament’s Permanent Commission announced late Wednesday afternoon. No new date has been set. The session was scheduled to consider the draft election and local government law changes submitted to parliament by the Council of Ministers
[Nation] A five-storey building under construction collapsed in Ruaka, Kiambu County, on Monday night.
[New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Emmerson Mnangagwa Friday reportedly pleaded with disgruntled supporters from Mazowe West Constituency to stop their demonstration at the Zanu PF headquarters as it tarnished his image and that of the party.
[Monitor] Police say they have arrested one of the prominent and most wanted marijuana drug lord in Kampala.
[News24Wire] Diaries of Danish citizen Peter Frederiksen, which could be linked to crimes he allegedly committed, came under scrutiny in the Bloemfontein High Court on Wednesday.
[KPMG] As has been widely reported, various allegations have been raised with respect to KPMG South Africa’s work on behalf of the Gupta family and work performed in 2014-2015 on the ‘Report on Allegations of Irregularities and Misconduct’ which KPMG South Africa produced for the South African Revenue Service (SARS report).
[Nation] Social media is a double-edged sword. It can cut both ways, by making you big or destroying your entire future.
[New Zimbabwe] Police will soon abandon spot fines in place of an electronic ticketing system that shall see offending motorists’ vehicles scanned at roadblock spots and being allowed to pay their fines at a later stage.