[News24Wire] Fatal accidents involving pedestrians during the Easter weekend in KwaZulu-Natal have been described as a major blow to the province.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Mashonaland Central Provincial Affairs minister Advocate Martin Dinha (MD) claims he is a man of the spirit and that he knew long before it happened that Emmerson Mnangagwa would become president of Zimbabwe.
[New Times] Liliane Iradukunda has replaced Elsa Iradukunda as Miss Rwanda.
[News24Wire] Drilling has started near Cape Town’s Hospital Bend to find extra borehole water for Groote Schuur Hospital in case Day Zero is declared, the Western Cape’s Department of Transport and Public Works (DTPW) said on Wednesday.
[The Source] Early in November 2014, as tensions rose in ZANU-PF, Emmerson Mnangagwa spoke with a small group of his supporters in his home town, Kwekwe.
[IRIN] Butembo -While attention has focused on the raging conflict and humanitarian crisis in Kasai in the southern Democratic Republic of Congo, armed opposition groups in the east of the country have stepped up attacks and are threatening to wage all-out war.
[Times of Zambia] More cholera cases have been reported in Lusaka with the Ministry of Health placing the city on high alert.
[New Zimbabwe] In a move which has irked political parties and residents, the MDC-T led Bulawayo city council has granted Zanu PF free use of the white City Stadium for the party’s forthcoming youth interface rally.
[Zambia Reports] Opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema’s return to the farm in Choma has come with some joy, giving him the much needed fresh air away from the troubles of the city where he endured four months in prison.
[East African] At least five people have died of pneumonic plague in Madagascar, public health officials said Friday.