[AIM] Maputo — Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Wednesday declared that the country’s judicial system should act speedily and hold responsible for their crimes those who commit acts of armed violence in the north and centre of the country.
[AIM] Maputo -The lawyer for the family of murdered civil society activist Anastacio Matavel, Flavio Menete, on Thursday insisted that the Mozambican state must compensate the family.
[263Chat] Fathers’ Rights Movement Zimbabwe (FRMZ) believes Frank Buyanga’s child custody case has demonstrated that fathers’ rights are disregarded in Zimbabwe.
[New Zimbabwe] Private operators of public transport will have to wait longer to know the fate of their business enterprises after President Emmerson Mnangagwa maintained a strict transport ban while announcing an indefinite extension of the country’s lockdown against the spread of coronavirus.
[African Arguments] Debating Ideas is a new section that aims to reflect the values and editorial ethos of the African Arguments book series, publishing engaged, often radical, scholarship, original and activist writing from within the African continent and beyond. It will offer debates and engagements, contexts and controversies, and reviews and responses flowing from the African Arguments books.
[The Conversation Africa] To control the spread of coronavirus, the Kenyan Ministry of Health COVID-19 Taskforce implemented initial prevention and mitigation measures. These included encouraging the public to wash their hands, wear face masks and stay home.
[Nyasa Times] The Malawi Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) has “unconditionally apologize” to all Malawians for a picture containing vulgar language against Vce President Sulous Chilima which it carried on its news bulletin on television of Monday 11 May 2020.
[U.S. House] Washington, DC -Rep. Ilhan Omar (D-MN) led a letter to General Stephen J.
[The Herald] Japan has mobilised over US$15,3 million in emergency funding to assist vulnerable communities that were affected by drought and floods in Zimbabwe.
[Namibian] THE mass testing for Covid-19 is being hindered by the limited availability to reagents.