[Nyasa Times] Women Lawyers Association of Malawi has added to the calls for Malawians to accept and respect the ruling of the court on the deputed May 21, 2019 presidential elections results case.
ALMOST IMMEDIATELY after the government of Iran switched the internet back on, the stories started coming out.
[New Zimbabwe] POLICE have dismissed MDC claims gunshots were fired at party leader Nelson Chamisa and his entourage when the opposition chief was presiding over a party organised tree planting event in Marondera on Sunday.
[VOA] As Cameroon prepares for local and parliamentary elections, young people have organized protests across the central African state against the aging political leadership.
[Nation] Government officers found culpable of looting public coffers risk being blocked from holding public offices should a proposed amendment to the Anti-Corruption and Economic Crimes Act (Aceca) become law.
[VOA] BOSASO, Somalia / WASHINGTON / PENTAGON -A U.S.
[Namibian] Several political parties participating in the upcoming presidential and National Assembly elections have pledged to reduce the number of ministries, and abolish the positions of regional governors and their advisers in an attempt to reduce the bloated civil service.
SOUTH AFRICANS are growing impatient with Cyril Ramaphosa, the former union boss, anti-apartheid activist and tycoon who is now their president. In his 20 months in office, no one has been prosecuted for the looting of the state that took place under his predecessor, Jacob Zuma
[AIM] Maputo -One person died during police intervention against a crowd in the northern Mozambican port city of Nacala, during the counting of votes at the polling stations after Tuesday’s general and provincial elections.
[The Herald] Government remains open to dialogue with striking doctors to find a lasting solution, but those discussions should be carried out while health workers are at work, Health and Child Care Minister Dr Obadiah Moyo said yesterday.