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  • South Africa: Swallows Lift King's Cup
    [News24Wire] Mbabane Swallows won the King’s Super Cup final by beating Royal Leopards 4-2 on penalties after the two teams played to a 1-1 draw over 90 minutes in a competition that also featured South African giants Kaizer Chiefs and Orlando Pirates.
  • South Africa: SRCC Appeals for Peace and Reconciliation in Somalia As World Marks Nelson Mandela Day
    [Dalsan Radio] AU Special Representative for Somalia appeals for peace and reconciliation in Somalia as the world marks Nelson Mandela Day.
  • Zimbabwe: Peter Ndlovu to Receive Top Honours
    [Zimbabwe Standard] Former Coventry City and Sheffield United striker Peter Ndlovu is to be inducted into the Zimbabwe Sports Hall of Fame for his outstanding contribution as Warriors captain and for raising the Zimbabwean flag high in the competitive English Premiership.
  • Nigeria: Buhari Will Probe Jonathan's Govt – Presidency
    [Vanguard] There are many questions Nigerians are craving answers to concerning the Buhari administration. For instance, why hasn’t the government appointed Ministers six weeks after it was inaugurated? Why would President Muhammadu Buhari, as the leader of All Progressives Congress, APC, not intervene in the free- for- all at the National Assembly? Is he disappointing the South-West zone which massively voted for him at the polls?
  • Zimbabwe: Mugabe Visits Equatorial Guinea for the Second Time Since May
    [New Zimbabwe] PRESIDENT Robert Mugabe arrived in Malabo, the capital of Equatorial Guinea Saturday, the second time he is visiting the country this year.
  • South Africa: President Jacob Zuma Admitted to Hospital
    [News24Wire] President Jacob Zuma was admitted to hospital on Saturday evening to have a procedure to remove gallstones, the presidency said.
  • Zimbabwe: Labour Laws Need Alignment
    [The Herald] THE ruling by the Supreme Court that any employee can lose their job with a maximum of three months pay will surprise most people, opens up a loophole for unscupulous employers, and turns much of present Government labour policy on its head. There has been a lot of debate recently on labour laws with general agreement that a more flexible and less bureaucratic system than our present retrenchment rules allow is required. The debate has centred on how to be fair to both employers and employees. But the newl
  • Malawi: Opposition Leader Dies
    [Malawi24] President for Malawi’s opposition party National Salvation Front – NASAF James Mbowe Nyondo has passed away, Malawi24 can confirm.
  • South Africa: Community Service Activities Mark Nelson Mandela Day
    [UN News] The 70th anniversary of the United Nations’ founding provides the perfect opportunity to reflect on the life and work of Nelson Mandela with a call to action for helping others, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon affirmed today as he joined the world gathers in marking Nelson Mandela International Day.

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