Forget Reforms, Ruling Party’s Mangwana Tells Opposition

[New Zimbabwe] Former Copac co-chair, Paul Mangwana, says opposition MPs should stop thinking Zanu PF Ministers would worry about initiating the alignment of existing laws with the new Constitution, arguing no ruling elite would willingly lead processe…

[New Zimbabwe] Former Copac co-chair, Paul Mangwana, says opposition MPs should stop thinking Zanu PF Ministers would worry about initiating the alignment of existing laws with the new Constitution, arguing no ruling elite would willingly lead processes that seek to trim its powers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Family Takes in Orphan, He Rapes Their 6-Year-Old Daughter

[New Zimbabwe] A Harare family will live to regret the day they decided to look after an orphan after they caught him raping their six-year-old daughter and discovered that the abuse had been going on for months.

[New Zimbabwe] A Harare family will live to regret the day they decided to look after an orphan after they caught him raping their six-year-old daughter and discovered that the abuse had been going on for months.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Law Expert Faults Stadium Stampede Task Force Appointment

[Nyasa Times] Law professor at the University of Malawi Edge Kanyongolo has said Malawians might not have faith and trust in the newly appointed task force which is to probe the Bingu National Stadium disaster.

[Nyasa Times] Law professor at the University of Malawi Edge Kanyongolo has said Malawians might not have faith and trust in the newly appointed task force which is to probe the Bingu National Stadium disaster.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Judge Recalled By NJC – Court Grants Justice Fishim Bail On Self Recognition

[Vanguard] Justice Agbadu Fishim of National Industrial Court, who was charged with alleged collecting N3.5million from seven Senior Advocates of Nigeria, was yesterday granted bail on self recognition by an Ikeja High Court.

[Vanguard] Justice Agbadu Fishim of National Industrial Court, who was charged with alleged collecting N3.5million from seven Senior Advocates of Nigeria, was yesterday granted bail on self recognition by an Ikeja High Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

UPND MP ‘Goes Missing’

UPND Namwala Member of Parliament Moono Lubezhi has never returned to parliament despite having been reinstated after being wrongfully suspended by Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini. The matter came to light when Mandevu Member of Parliament Jean Kapata … Continued

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UPND Namwala Member of Parliament Moono Lubezhi has never returned to parliament despite having been reinstated after being wrongfully suspended by Speaker of the National Assembly Patrick Matibini. The matter came to light when Mandevu Member of Parliament Jean Kapata rose on a point of order and wondered why Lubezhi and Monze Central lawmaker Jack Mwiimbu who is also leader of the opposition in parliament have never been in the house despite having been reinstated, Deputy Speaker Catherine Namugala said that they had yet to locate the Namwala Member of Parliament. Lubezhi was initially listed on the UPND MPs suspended but on review of evidence it was found that she had permission to be absent as was Mwiimbu. However the duo has not returned to the house opting to stand in solidarity with their suspended colleagues. Namugala told the house that the office of the clerk had been unable to deliver the letter of re-instatement to Lubezhi whose phones were off. An all Patriotic Front parliament on Tuesday voted to extend the proclaimed state of threatened Public Emergency for 90 days. The motion went through unanimously with a count of 85 to 0. The post UPND MP ‘Goes Missing’ appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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‘Tazara Flyover Construction On Course’

[Daily News] THE construction of the much awaited first flyover in the country at Tazara by the junction of Nelson Mandela Expressway and Nyerere Road in Dar es Salaam is on course, having reached 45.3 per cent.

[Daily News] THE construction of the much awaited first flyover in the country at Tazara by the junction of Nelson Mandela Expressway and Nyerere Road in Dar es Salaam is on course, having reached 45.3 per cent.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania