[Nation] The Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries and Cooperatives has banned the slaughter of donkeys in the country.
[Nation] The death of a police officer critical to the investigation of the fake tender deal involving former Cabinet Secretary Rashid Echesa and an American company has puzzled investigators.
[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF youths have rejected a call by their suspended national commissar Godfrey Tsenengamu for President Emmerson Mnangagwa to meet his arch-rival Nelson Chamisa and invent solutions to the national crisis.
[Daily Trust] Though the implications and circumstances of de-registration of 31 registered political parties, in 2012, may not be different from Thursday’s similar exercise which affected 74 parties, Daily Trust on Sunday reports the variant the latest exercise generated in the polity.
[New Zimbabwe] A canine unit from the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) was Tuesday spotted sweeping through Zanu PF headquarters in an unexpected security operation that took both senior party officials and employees by surprise.
[Daily News] NO-ONE was offended by utterances given by leaders of Chadema when winding up a campaign for a by-election of Kinondoni Constituency in February 2018, a defence witness told the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court in Dar es Salaam yesterday.
[News24Wire] The ANC says the government has no plans to retrench staff at ailing state-owned enterprises (SOEs) despite referring to substantial restructuring.
[Nyasa Times] Ministry of Education, Science and Technology says it has now paid outstanding salaries for the 7,167 teachers who were removed from the payroll in November last year, following their failure to submit details of their national IDs as was requested by government.
[Nation] Kenya’s first decade opened with the expansion of freedom on the road to independence from colonial rule.
[VOA] The United States says it will “re-evaluate” its relationship with South Sudan after the country’s leaders failed to form a transitional unity government by Tuesday’s deadline.