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[IPS] Lusaka -There is a strong link between provision of basic social services and the use of natural resources in a country. Thus, with increased population comes additional pressure on natural resources. This is a key finding in the latest Zambia Environment Outlook (ZEO) Report 4, published by t...
 
[Deutsche Welle] Malawi's High Court has ordered a partial election recount following complaints from the main opposition party of vote-rigging. The Electoral Council has been ordered not to announce results.
 
[News24Wire] ANC deputy president David Mabuza met with the ANC's integrity commission on Friday, ahead of Cyril Ramaphosa's inauguration as President of the country on Saturday, according to The Sunday Times.
 
[RFI] A Malawi court on Saturday ordered the electoral board not to announce the 21 May presidential election results, following opposition complaints of vote-rigging.
 
[News24Wire] After a full week of arguments before court in Pietermariztburg this week, it is now clearer than ever before that former president Jacob Zuma will exploit every avenue available to him to avoid prosecution.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THREE Gwanda game rangers have been accused of viciously attacking and killing a fish poacher they later into the dam in West Nicholson in order to conceal the gruesome act.
 
[ISS] In 1982, George L Kelling and James Q Wilson penned an article that created the idea of broken windows policing. Kelling, who died on 15 May aged 83, will be remembered as the father of broken windows policing, and for his early contributions to what has become evidence-based policing. Both ar...
 
[SAFA] Sasol-sponsored Banyana Banyana held their first training session on French soil on Saturday night (25 May 2019) with all 26 players selected for this camp.
 
[SAFA] A brace from the impressive Ashley Nazira saw Mauritius claim a 2-2 draw in their 2019 COSAFA Cup Group A opener against Eswatini at the King Zwelithini Stadium on Saturday (25 May 2019).
 
[SAFA] The South African U-20 Men's National Team, Amajita, opened their 2019 FIFA U-20 World Cup campaign with a 5-2 defeat at the hands of Argentina on Saturday (25 May 2019).
 
[Nyasa Times] Former Zomba City Mayor Christopher Jana and his deputy Davie Maunde have won local government elections in their respective wards, according to unofficial MEC results.
 
[News24Wire] Four people were killed in a horrific head-on-collision between a bakkie and a light motor vehicle on the N2 outside Ermelo on Saturday.
 
[The Patriot] The recently suspended MP for Maunatlala-Lerala Prince Maele is said to have pleaded with President Mokgweetsi Masisi to show mercy, pardon him and set aside the decision, to give him an opportunity to contest the upcoming 2019 general elections under the BDP ticket.
 
[New Zimbabwe] WAR veterans association spokesperson Douglas Mahiya has defended late Zapu leader Dumiso Dabengwa's decision to dump Zanu PF in 2008 saying the former politburo member was wise enough to notice already that former President Robert Mugabe was leading the party astray.
 
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has found Pravin Gordhan guilty of "improper conduct" over his approval of former South African Revenue Services (SARS) deputy commissioner Ivan Pillay's early retirement and payout, Fin24 reports, and recommended that President Cyril Ramaph...
 
[News24Wire] The recognition of Muslim marriages case is expected to come before the Supreme Court of Appeal, the Women's Legal Centre (WLC) said.
 
[News24Wire] Cyril Ramaphosa was inaugurated as the president of the country at the Loftus Versfeld stadium in Tshwane on Saturday under the watchful eyes of various high-profile guests, many of who are heads of state.
 
[Daily Maverick] President Cyril Ramaphosa's inauguration, scheduled to coincide with Africa Day on 25 May this year, intends to highlight 'government's commitment to advancing the African agenda and to strengthening ties between South Africa and its neighbours', according to The Presidency. However...
 
[East African] East Africa's extremist groups may be widening their influence to the south of the continent, deepening violence in countries such as Mozambique, according to a recent study by a US Defence Department think tank.
 
[Swazi Media] Police were called when pupils at Mhubhe High School in Swaziland / eSwatini boycotted classes in support of two of their teachers who had been suspended from duty.
 
[New Zimbabwe] A student activist has called on authorities to involve them during policy formulation processes to avoid cases in which female students often fall victim to sex predators within tertiary institutions with little consequences on the culprits.
 
[News24Wire] Government has agreed to compensate charity organisation Gift of the Givers to a value yet to be determined, for its interventions to alleviate the drought in Makhanda, the organisation said on Friday.
 
[News24Wire] It may be exam season, but dozens of school pupils on Friday took to the streets outside of Parliament in Cape Town to join in a global protest to demand action on climate change.
 
[News24Wire] Western Cape police have launched an investigation into the arrest of a woman who had been taking selfies in Sea Point while waiting for a job interview.
 
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa has been warned against reappointing public enterprise minister Pravin Gordhan into his incoming cabinet.
 
[News24Wire] A paratrooper who made a crash landing after parachuting into Loftus Versveld stadium for the presidential inauguration on Saturday, has been taken to 1 Military Hospital for a check-up.
 
[Deutsche Welle] The 66-year-old was unanimously elected as president by parliament after his African National Congress won the legislative vote on May 8. The new president faces a huge challenge to revive the country's ailing economy.
 
[The Herald] Zimbabwe joins the rest of the continent in commemorating Africa Day against a background of growing co-operation among member states in the field of agriculture, especially in finding ways of mitigating the harsh effects of climate change, crop and animal diseases, and confronting natu...
 
[News24Wire] Vuvuzelas, creative outfits, good music and SA flags - this was the order of the day as people filed into the Loftus Versfeld Stadium in Tshwane on Saturday morning to witness Cyril Ramaphosa being sworn in as president.
 
[AIM] Maputo -The cholera vaccination campaign that ran from 16 to 21 May in the northern Mozambican province of Cabo Delgado vaccinated at least 248,000 people against the disease, according to a report in Friday's issue of the independent daily "O Pais".
 

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