news From All Africa
- South Africa: South African Tells of Sombre and Mournful Paris
[News24Wire] A South African journalist living in Paris has told of a sombre and subdued capital following the bloody massacre that claimed the lives of more than 120 people.
- South Sudan: Unity in Horizon As Parties Agree On Joint Govt
[East African] The South Sudan Transitional Government of National Unity could be constituted mid next month.
- Zimbabwe: Women, Children Sell Sex to Survive As Hunger Bites
[New Zimbabwe] An increase in the cost of living, exacerbated by a gloomy 2015/16 farming season has forced desperate women and young girls to sell sex at local business centres in order to survive.
- Zimbabwe: Mujuru Scoffs At Zanu-PF Links
[Zimbabwe Standard] Former Vice-President Joice Mujuru has rubbished claims from some political quarters that she could be weighing her options with a view to jumping back to Zanu PF, saying that will never happen.
- Zimbabwe: Political Violence, ZRP Denies Zanu-PF Bias, Vows More MDC-T Arrests
[New Zimbabwe] POLICE have denied bias against opposition MDC-T supporters adding they will not be pushed into making unwarranted arrests of Zanu PF supporters simply to pacify those claiming the bias.
- Zimbabwe: Two Axed to Death in Zanu-PF Fights
[Zimbabwe Standard] Two Zanu PF district officials in Chitungwiza were yesterday axed to death as the party’s factional wars escalate ahead of the annual conference to be held next month.
- Zimbabwe: Economy in Tailspin
[Zimbabwe Standard] Zimbabwe’s troubled economy appears to be sinking deeper into the abyss with no sign of relief in sight.
- Zimbabwe: Only Mugabe Can Speak for Africa At G20 Summit, Says Foreign Affairs Minister
[New Zimbabwe] A CABINET minister has defended President Robert Mugabe’s attendance at the G-20 summit which starts Sunday in Turkey saying the Zimbabwean strongman is the only leader who could speak for Africa.
- Zimbabwe: 'Zanu-PF Purging Not the Killer Blow'
[Zimbabwe Standard] UNENDING purges in Zanu PF may threaten to destroy the ruling party, but confusion and more squabbling in the opposition camps will make it impossible to break the hegemony of President Robert Mugabe, analyst have said.
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