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[allAfrica] Addressing an Africa Day celebration for the first time since taking office, South Africa's President Cyril Ramaphosa spelled out his administration's foreign policy concerns on continental issues. Edited excerpts follow:
 
[South African Civil Aviation Authority] Johannesburg -The South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA) has suspended SA Express's Air Operator's Certificate (AoC) as well as the airline's Aircraft Maintenance Organisation (AMO) approvals. In addition, the SACAA has also suspended the Certificate ...
 
[SAPS] Pretoria -A Hawks investigation has been launched into an alleged investment fraud involving Bitcaw Trading Company, commonly known as BTC Global, after more than 28 000 investors are believed to suffered losses exceeding R1 billion and still counting.
 
[News24Wire] The MeerLICHT instrument in Sutherland will be specifically linked to the MeerKAT radio telescope array near Carnarvon in the Northern Cape.
 
[News24Wire] Parents only have until Monday to apply online for Grade 1 and Grade 8 placements, the Gauteng Education Department has said.
 
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa is worried about deteriorating race relations in the country but believes this is a "great opportunity" for the ANC to regain its non-racial character.
 
[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa has praised the media for exposing state capture, saying the thousands of leaked emails from within the Gupta empire made him realise "we were dealing with a much bigger problem than we ever imagined".
 
[The Herald] Cryptocurrency exchange giant, Bitfinance (Private) Limited, which was last week banned from operating in Zimbabwe, will now resume its business with the blessings of the High Court.
 
[New Zimbabwe] THE State-owned Zimbabwe Mining Development Cooperation (ZMDC) partnered a Chinese company despite Beijing refusing to endorse the deal citing concerns about the investor, parliament heard on Monday.
 
[AIM] Maputo -Siluvo (Mozambique), 25 May (AIM) - Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi on Thursday appealed for calm in the current phase of the government's dialogue with the main opposition party, the rebel movement Renamo, in order to secure a definitive peace.
 
[The Conversation Africa] Social media platforms are providing Africans with an opportunity to counter negative stereotypes by giving them representational agency.
 
[Govt of SA] A review of the size and shape of the National Executive and government departments has begun, in line with President Cyril Ramaphosa's undertaking in the February 2018 State of the Nation Address that the configuration, number and size of national government departments would be reasse...
 
[Namibian] Southern Africa's national teams converge on Polokwane in the north of South Africa for the next fortnight to decide the identity of this year's southern African championship as 14 countries battle it out for the Cosafa Cup.
 
[Namibian] An earthquake was felt this morning in the surroundings of Kamanjab in the Kunene region.
 
[Zambia Reports] The Football Association of Zambia has announced that national coach Wedson Nyirenda has resigned.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] The Zimbabwean government has bowed to Chinese pressure and will restore Anjin Investment's operating licence after finalisation of the new diamond policy, nearly three years after the entity was stopped from mining in Chiadzwa, the Zimbabwe Independent can reveal.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Zimbabwe women's Sevens rugby team coach Abigail Kawonza says her charges are relishing the opportunity to test themselves against some of the continent's top teams during 2018 Africa Women's Sevens tournament which gets underway on Saturday in Botswana.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] The National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) is facing a crisis owing to the incompatibility of railway equipment received under the US$400 million Diaspora Infrastructure Development Group (DIDG) deal.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The Chamber of Mines of Zimbabwe (COMZ) has predicted that the country's mining sector will grow by 10% this year, as the country targets $3.7bn from mineral exploits over the same period.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] Australian-listed Prospect Resources says it has engaged a local firm to provide construction services to set up a mining plan as the group moves to implement the first phase of its US$55 million Arcadia lithium project in Zimbabwe.
 
[New Zimbabwe] MDC President Welshman Ncube has denied any personal vendettas or blocking top party politician and MP, Priscilla Misihairabwi-Mushonga from a possible return to parliament on a party ticket.
 
[Govt of SA] Statement by the Minister of Public Enterprises, Minister Pravin Gordhan, on the Appointment of Eskom Group Chief Executive, Transnet Board, SA Express Board and Denel Board
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] The Parliamentary Portfolio Committee on Mines and Energy has warned it could summon former president Robert Mugabe to appear before it after he failed to pitch up for a hearing yesterday to give evidence on his claim that diamonds worth US$15 billion were looted in Chiadzwa.
 
[Nyasa Times] Blantyre-based private practice lawyer David Kanyenda walked home on Thursday after being released on bail by the Blantyre Magistrate Court following his arrest on Wednesday afternoon.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The claimed mastermind of the coup that toppled long time Zimbabwe's longtime ruler Robert Mugabe has assured the country that the upcoming harmonised elections will be peaceful.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Visiting Equatorial Guinea strongman Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo met President Emmerson Mnangagwa in Harare Wednesday with both leaders later pledging to deepen relations between the two countries.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] The garrulous deputy Finance minister Terrence Mukupe has this year been a moving advert of how not to behave in public office.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Deputy finance minister Terrence Mukupe drew widespread condemnation again Thursday after he claimed that opposition politician and former cabinet minister Tendai Biti is on HIV treatment.
 
[New Zimbabwe] MDC-T secretary general Douglas Mwonzora has blamed police for failing to arrest activists who continue to attack some current and former leaders of the country's main opposition party.
 
[Zimbabwe Independent] The Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) and its governor John Mangudya have been taken to court by a local cryptocurrency exchange dealer, Bitfinance (Pvt) Ltd trading as Golix, which is seeking an order to nullify the recent pronouncement by the central bank banning all transactio...
 

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