[Zimbabwe Standard] TWO years after dropping out of school in Kwekwe, Zimbabwean teen actor Caroline Chipwanyira has struck gold in Nigerian showbiz after securing a role in a potential blockbuster.
[New Zimbabwe] TWO suspected ivory poaching kingpins, charged for allegedly working under the instructions of former First Lady Grace Mugabe to commit the offence, are now demanding their freedom arguing that their right to a timely trial had been violated by the state.
TWO months after Turkish tanks flanked by Syrian insurgents wrested it from Islamic State (IS), the border town of Jarablus, in Syria’s north, is slowly getting back on its feet.
TWO gleaming new towers rise from the dry savannah of Gaborone, Botswana’s capital. The country’s tallest buildings are billed by their developers as offering the city’s residents “their first true glimpse into the benefits of inner-city dwelling”
[The Star]TWO healthcare providers accused of forcibly sterilising five HIV-positive women are now seeking the names of their accusers. Marie Stopes and Medecins Sans Frontieres yesterday told Justice Mumbi Ngugi that they need the names of the victims to confirm if indeed they were their patients. They do not want the names released publicly.
Eugene de Kock TWO decades into South Africa’s democracy, several of its most notorious apartheid-era killers are bidding for freedom.
Eugene de Kock TWO decades into South Africa’s democracy, several of its most notorious apartheid-era killers are bidding for freedom. As The Economist went to press, Michael Masutha, the country’s justice and correctional services minister, was due to announce whether to grant parole to several notable white convicts. One is Ferdi Barnard, who was sentenced in 1998 to two life terms and a further 63 years in jail for the murder of David Webster, an anti-apartheid campaigner whom he shot dead at close range
[Nairobi Star] TWO people were killed at Kambi ya Juu in Isiolo yesterday after rival communities clashed near the village causing hundreds of people to flee their homes.