[263Chat] Speaker of Parliament Advocate Jacob Mudenda and President of Senator Honourable Marble Chinomona have announced the dismissal of four opposition legislators Charlton Hwende, Tabitha Khumalo, Prosper Mutseyami and Senator Lilian Timveos, following a recall letter written by MDC-T Secretary General Douglas Mwonzora.
[VOA] Sudan’s military has blocked streets in central Khartoum leading to army headquarters, and banned public celebrations of the 1-year anniversary of the ouster of former president Omar al-Bashir.
[ISS] Numerous barriers, including deliberate attempts by governments to stifle the youth vote, limit young Africans’ participation in elections across the continent. Several regimes such as the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Cameroon increasingly employ strategies of discouraging or preventing young people from voting to influence election outcomes.
[The Conversation Africa] In No Roses from my Mouth, Stella Nyanzi pens 158 poems from the Luzira Women’s Prison in Kampala, Uganda.
[Observer] From a very trying 2019 that saw him get dumped by Rema Namakula for Dr Hamza Ssebunnya, and Sheikh Nooh Muzaata reducing him to tears after calling him a love nigga – ssemyekozo, Eddy Kenzo, 30, is indeed making ‘lemonedi’ out of his ‘lemoni’.
[News24Wire] Soweto residents took to the streets on Monday morning to protest against power cuts in the area.
[East African] The Uganda police will meet with presidential aspirants to agree on the terms in which the politicians will hold public consultations with their supporters.
WHEN ALICIA THOMPSON was a student in Johannesburg before the end of apartheid, she would often walk past the beautiful cars parked outside a club she was not allowed to join. It was not by chance that the Rand Club, the oldest private-members’ club in the city, was filled with old white men. It was by design
[ICG] Nairobi/Brussels -Intercommunal violence, particularly between Arabs and non-Arabs, has ravaged eastern Chad throughout 2019 and could further threaten the country’s stability. The government should initiate a debate on managing pastoralism and support an inclusive conference on the east.
[263Chat] Government has denied blocking Zimdancehall kingpin, Winky D from being interviewed on all local radio stations prior to the singer’s much-awaited album launch set for Harare International Conference Centre tomorrow