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[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwe's government has been ordered to restore access to online programs like Facebook, Whatsapp, and Twitter. The government had blocked internet access as part of a widespread crackdown on dissent.
[allAfrica] Dumisani Kumalo, a leading anti-apartheid organizer in the United States who later served for a decade as South African ambassador to the United Nations, died on Sunday evening after a lengthy illness.
[News24Wire] Former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi has implicated former correctional services commissioner Tom Moyane in the quickly expanding network of corruption allegations surrounding Bosasa.
[263Chat] The police have today arrested the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Unions Secretary General Japhet Moyo in connection with the nationwide stay away that turned violent resulting in the death of over 12 people while property worth millions was destroyed.
[News24Wire] Environmental Affairs Minister Nomvula Mokonyane's office says it knows nothing about claims implicating her in testimony before the state capture commission of inquiry and says it will be "impolitic" to engage reports claiming otherwise.
[CAJ News] Maputo -The arrest of a former finance minister as well as the indictment of several other government officials has bust wide open the level of government corruption in Mozambique and to an extent, raised some concern in Angola where some firms indicted in Mozambique are present.
[News24Wire] The South African Police Service has two weeks to submit what actions were taken, from January 2014, to bring suspects to book in the murder of the former Rwandan head of intelligence, Colonel Patrick Karegeya.
[263Chat] Gokwe-Nembudziya Member of Parliament, Justice Mayor Wadyajena has made startling revelations that the plot to impeach President Emmerson Mnangagwa foiled due to the lack of numbers.
[Namibian] Creatures that allegedly suck blood from livestock have attacked animals at two villages in the north of the country, killing 30 goats so far this year.
[263Chat] The Zimbabwe security forces have laid the blame for the civil unrest and violence that broke out in Harare and Bulawayo early last week on ex-soldiers and policemen who abuse military/police regalia to commit crimes.
[The Herald] The Hawks have arrested a second suspect believed to be part of a racket stealing vehicles from South Africa and smuggling them to other countries via Zimbabwe.
[263Chat] Former Deputy Minister of Finance and Economic Planning Terrence Mukupe has hinted that something fishy could be cooking in the corridors of power after making a sensational claim that the 72 hours will be crucial in shaping the new direction the country will take post violent protests tha...
[News24Wire] The DA plans to approach the International Criminal Court (ICC) if President Cyril Ramaphosa fails to intervene directly to stop the "ongoing human rights violations" on Zimbabweans, allegedly by president Emmerson Mnangagwa's government.
[News24Wire] While the ANC continues to pledge support for the commission of inquiry into state capture, it says it will not comment on some of its leaders expected to be implicated this week.
[New Zimbabwe] Anti-government activists have called for a second, and this time five-day, shutdown protest beginning Monday, prompting the administration to warn that "we will not hesitate to enforce the law".
[Daily Maverick] South Africa is planning to extend short-term credit to Zimbabwe and also to help it write off its US$7.4-billion external debt, to prevent its neighbour spiralling out of control. Critics say this will be a waste of money unless it can pressure Zanu-PF to make political reforms.
[New Zimbabwe] CIVIL society organisations have rejected government allegations that they are working with the opposition to push a a regime change agenda aimed at unseating President Emmerson Mnangagwa's administration.
[The Herald] Five people - four men and a woman - died last night in an accident involving a Toyota Wish travelling from Chegutu to Chinhoyi.
[263Chat] The opposition MDC chairperson Thabitha Khumalo is fearing for her life following an alleged crackdown on civic society and opposition leaders by state security agents over last week's bloody shutdown called by the Zimbabwe Congress of Trade Union (ZCTU).
[263Chat] Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) has called on government of Zimbabwe to lift the Internet and Social Media Shutdown saying it is in breach of people's rights.
[263Chat] Award-winning Zimdancehall chanter Tocky Vibes real name Obey Makamure says a teargas attack on his pregnant wife during last week's violent protests inspired his "Soldiers Diss" track.
[Namibian] Residents of Uukwanambwa and Amuteya villages in the Onyaanya constituency, Oshikoto region, are left looking for answers after close to 30 goats were killed and their blood allegedly sucked out by unknown predators this month.
[Zimbabwe Standard] The 1 000 Masvingo families who have been living at Mzaro Farm near Sikato resettlement area since 2000, are being evicted to pave way for the establishment of a game park, The Standard has established.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Eighteen protesters who allegedly invaded and caused damage to a police in station in Marondera on Thursday appeared before magistrate Ignatius Mugova facing charges of public violence.
[Zimbabwe Standard] MDC leader Nelson Chamisa has accused President Emmerson Mnangagwa of abrogating on his duties and resorting to violence in the face of demands by people that he fulfils his constitutional mandate.
[263Chat] A Kuwadzana 5 family is counting loses after property worth thousands of dollars after gun totting 'people dressed in army uniforms' pelted their home with stones during last week's bloody and violent protests.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Police and the army last night sought to clear themselves and throw bla + me on alleged impersonators following reports that at least 12 people were killed by soldiers and the police during last week's nationwide protests against economic hardships.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Organisers of last week's three-day stayaway have gone into hiding together with some opposition MPs as the crackdown by state agents continues.
[Zimbabwe Standard] Zimbabwe's tourism industry stakeholders say the three-day shutdown that brought business to a standstill severely affected the sector, especially in terms of booking cancellations.
[Zimbabwe Standard] The government lost millions of dollars through delayed revenue inflows due to the slow processing of imports and exports after the switching off internet services countrywide.

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