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[News24Wire] The South Gauteng High Court has dismissed an EFF application for leave to appeal a defamation ruling in a case brought against them by Trevor Manuel.
 
[ISS] Designer drugs are among the fastest-growing and most versatile substances in the global illicit drugs economy. Known as 'new psychoactive substances', these synthetic drugs are developed to mimic the effects of established illicit drugs, such as cannabis, cocaine, ecstasy and LSD.
 
[Daily Maverick] The High Court in Pretoria has handed down a scathing ruling in which it ordered the Gupta-linked Trillian Capital Partners to pay Eskom back R592-million because 'justice demands nothing less'.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Nurses at all State health institutions have threatened to begin reporting for duty only twice a week arguing they cannot afford transport fares anymore.
 
[allAfrica] Cape Town -Popular Congolese Rhumba and Soukous maestro Koffi Olomide who was set to perform at the Shimmy Beach Club in Cape Town on June 30, has had his show cancelled.
 
[New Zimbabwe] The curriculum being used in Zimbabwe's tertiary institutions is outdated and divorced from reality, student leaders told Parliament Monday.
 
[New Zimbabwe] There was drama in Bulawayo on Monday when an unidentified man was arrested for hurling stones at motorists and also obstructing First Lady Auxillia Mnangagwa's motorcade.
 
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] London -Britain's Prince Harry on Monday threw his weight behind mine clearance efforts in Angola, a cause championed by his mother more than two decades ago when she made global headlines by walking through a minefield in the country.
 
[News24Wire] The Nelson Mandela Foundation has disputed claims that it asked to meet ambassador to Denmark Zindzi Mandela about her controversial tweets.
 
[263Chat] Buoyed by a slight decrease in child marriages last year, government has moved a gear up and is now engaging traditional leaders to speed up abolishment of the vice especially in rural communities.
 
[Lesotho Times] In an ominous development, Professor Nqosa Mahao has given All Basotho Convention (ABC) leader and Prime Minister Thomas Thabane until next week to allow him and the rest of the party's national executive committee (NEC) into office or face a no confidence vote in parliament.
 
[New Era] WINDHOEK - Statistics released by the Employment Equity Commission (EEC) indicate that 36 822 employment contracts were terminated during the 2017/18 financial period.
 
[Nyasa Times] Malawi Police have arrested Reserve Bank of Malawi (RBM) manager (fiscal operations) Charles Mchakulu, two other central bank's employees as well as enterprenuer Lucy Rachel Sukali trading as Ideal Stationery in connection with K354 million feared stolen at RBM.
 
[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Youth League has said it will expose all corrupt business institutions, associations and individuals who are prejudicing the national economy.
 
[The Herald] THE Ministry of Local Government, Public Works and National Housing has urged non-governmental organisations (NGOs) and development partners to submit their budgets in relation to Cyclone Idai aid to improve transparency.
 
[The Herald] Government has launched the Zimbabwe Health Situation Room to effectively and efficiently manage a multi-sectoral AIDS response and track its progress towards health coverage targets.
 
[Namibian] An army general from the Democratic Republic of Congo had mixed fortunes in Namibian courts over the past six days, with the Supreme Court finding last week that he and a business partner had been involved in money laundering, and a High Court judge ruling yesterday that a Swakopmund real...
 
[Namibian] First lady Monica Geingos has said she is a victim of character assassination by people within Swapo's rank and file, due to her association with its leader and her husband, president Hage Geingob.
 
[Namibian] First lady Monica Geingos says Africans need to break the stigma around infertility to empower women.
 
[New Zimbabwe] Most winter wheat farmers in Mashonaland East province have failed to plant the crop due to government's failure to provide promised inputs, amid reports that Zimbabwe only has a month of wheat supplies in stock.
 
[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration is guilty of violating the rights of labour activists, the International Labour Organisation (ILO) ruled on Friday.
 
[The Herald] THE lawyer representing former Zesa chief executive officer Joshua Chifamba last week cornered the investigation officer Energy Mundandishe into making concessions which are likely to affect the State case against his client and his two co-accused.
 
[The Herald] The Green Climate Fund (GCF) approved US$3,2 million funding for climate readiness in Zimbabwe, according to latest data from the Fund. Of that amount, US$1 million has so far been released.
 
[The Herald] Over 50 militant sand poachers recently attacked police and and Environmental Management Agency (EMA) officers during a sand abstraction blitz in the Chizhanje area of Mabvuku.
 
[The Herald] Warriors doctor Somani Mudariki expects Khama Billiat to be fully fit for Zimbabwe's opening 2019 AFCON Group A showdown against hosts Egypt at the Cairo International Stadium on Friday night, despite the influential forward missing three days of training because of a knee injury.
 
[The Conversation Africa] Sociologist Goran Therborn has probably influenced the study of inequality more than any other scholar in recent years.
 
[News24Wire] The South African Ambassador to Denmark Zindzi Mandela has been missing in action after controversial tweets relating to land and race that was tweeted from an account bearing her name.
 
[News24Wire] The Zeenatul Islam Masjid in District Six wants the City of Cape Town to exclude the calls to prayer, like the athaan, and the ringing of church bells to be excluded from the bylaw that views calls to worship as noise disturbances.
 
[Ilizwi263] I was driving to Willowvale, in Harare, when I was stopped by the cops around Southerton Police Station. They discovered that my road license disc had expired.
 
[SAFA] Banyana Banyana's participation in their maiden FIFA Women's World Cup in France has come to and end.
 

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