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[Nation] Attend church, go to a chosen place for a sumptuous meal, then gulp down the drinks that appease the throat. Then more indulgence, more merry-making, more interactions, until the day ends.
[The Herald] Government is working on a financial arrangement to ensure adequate fuel supplies during the festive season and plans to deal decisively with black market fuel traders who pose a serious risk to human life, Information, Publicity and Broadcasting Services Minister Monica Mutsvangwa has said.
[Capital FM] Addis Ababa -Ethiopia has arrested 63 senior military and intelligence officers accused of corruption and human-rights abuses, the country’s attorney general, Berhanu Tsegaye, said Monday.
[Daily Trust] The former chairman of Revenue Mobilization, Allocation and Fiscal Commission (RMAFC), Engineer Hamman Tukur is dead.
[Addis Fortune] The new head of the Renaissance Dam Project, Kifle Horo, replaces the late Simegnew Bekele
[Monitor] Ugandan pop star turned opposition MP, Robert Kyagulanyi, says his family fears the worst of what might happen to him although he believes what he’s doing is the right thing.
[ISS] Peace is not just about restoring stability after violence.
[Monitor] Kyadondo East MP Robert Kyagulanyi alias Bobi Wine who was tortured and held in custody by security agencies for several days before he was produced in court and charged with treason has narrated his ordeal.
[News24Wire] The South African government has undertaken to intensify communication about its land reform plans as the “onslaught” by those opposing also intensified, Communications Minister Nomvula Mokonyane told journalists on Monday.