[New Zimbabwe] National People’s Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru has warned opposition parties to guard against complacency and be united if they are serious about dislodging Zanu PF from power.
[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF politicians in the Midlands have seized a foreign-owned gold mine and allowed party youths to mass onto the property in what is seen as a vote buying gimmick ahead of elections due this year.
[New Zimbabwe] ZIMBABWE Elections Commission (ZEC) chairperson Justice Priscilla Chigumba told legislators this Thursday that the poll agency is ready for elections despite having a $50 million funding shortfall.
[New Times] Kigali Jazz Junction marks three years in June this year. During this time, the signature monthly jazz gathering has trotted the breadth and length of the continent, bringing Kigali jazz lovers in contact with different musical sounds and experiences.
[New Zimbabwe] Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) has predicted violent elections this year reminiscent of the June 2008 after Zanu PF political commissar Engelbert Rugeje threatened in a recent statement that the country will slide to the mayhem of ten years ago if people do not vote for the ruling party.
[New Era] Windhoek -President Hage Geingob has expressed concern that Namibia’s global competitiveness ranking continues to decline.
[East African] African leaders say they have decided to refrain from issuing a resolution to criticise Donald Trump’s alleged reference to their nations as “shithole countries” because the US president sent them a letter expressing respect for the continent.
[Nairobi News] Philippines-based Kenyan volleyball coach Godfrey Okumu maintains his focus is on ‘winning something’ in the country’s top flight volleyball league.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -President Uhuru Kenyatta is currently in Addis Ababa where he is expected to attend the 30th African Union Summit on governance.
[New Zimbabwe] The MDC-T says it is confident of securing a landslide victory in this year’s harmonised elections, despite internecine succession fights reportedly rocking the opposition movement.