Former VP Mphoko Told to Leave Botswana

[New Zimbabwe] Former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko could soon return to Zimbabwe after he was reportedly given assurances that he was free to do so and after he was given up to December 1 to leave Botswana by Ian Khama’s government.

[New Zimbabwe] Former Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko could soon return to Zimbabwe after he was reportedly given assurances that he was free to do so and after he was given up to December 1 to leave Botswana by Ian Khama's government.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Oshakati Vendors and Bus Operators Protest Again

[Namibian] A group representing open market vendors, long distance bus operators and used car dealers held a peaceful demonstration at Oshakati yesterday and handed over a petition containing a litany of complaints and demands to the town council.

[Namibian] A group representing open market vendors, long distance bus operators and used car dealers held a peaceful demonstration at Oshakati yesterday and handed over a petition containing a litany of complaints and demands to the town council.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Kabila Denies TP Mazembe Landing in DR Congo

[Zambia Reports] Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila took his anti Moise Katumbi stance too far by denying the plane carrying Confederation Cup winning side TP Mazembe landing rights in their country.

[Zambia Reports] Democratic Republic of Congo President Joseph Kabila took his anti Moise Katumbi stance too far by denying the plane carrying Confederation Cup winning side TP Mazembe landing rights in their country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Male Condom Stock Outs Worry Mulanje Hospital

[Malawi News Agency] Mulanje -Family Planning Coordinator for Mulanje District Hospital, Margaret Mchere, has observed that frequent condom stock outs in the district’s health facilities remain a big challenge in the fight against HIV new infections.

[Malawi News Agency] Mulanje -Family Planning Coordinator for Mulanje District Hospital, Margaret Mchere, has observed that frequent condom stock outs in the district's health facilities remain a big challenge in the fight against HIV new infections.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Opposition MP Condemns Violence Derailing Party Rejuvenation

[Nyasa Times] Amidst conflicts and disagreements within Alliance for Democracy (AFORD), Member of Parliament for Karonga Central and aspiring presidential candidate for the party, Frank Mwenifumbo, says the political party has a bright future.

[Nyasa Times] Amidst conflicts and disagreements within Alliance for Democracy (AFORD), Member of Parliament for Karonga Central and aspiring presidential candidate for the party, Frank Mwenifumbo, says the political party has a bright future.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Magistrate Poulton Protects Privacy

[Namibian] An objection based on the constitutional right to privacy yesterday stopped the defence counsel of car crash survivor Jandre Dippenaar, who is accused of having caused a deadly road accident near Henties Bay at the end of 2014, from using te…

[Namibian] An objection based on the constitutional right to privacy yesterday stopped the defence counsel of car crash survivor Jandre Dippenaar, who is accused of having caused a deadly road accident near Henties Bay at the end of 2014, from using telephone recordings to cross-examine one of the state's witnesses in Dippenaar's trial in the Swakopmund Regional Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Kandjii Under Fire Over ‘Sloppy’ Report

[Namibian] National Council member Ambrosius Kandjii was under fire yesterday over the haphazard manner in which a report on a visit to the Gauteng provincial legislature in South Africa was compiled.

[Namibian] National Council member Ambrosius Kandjii was under fire yesterday over the haphazard manner in which a report on a visit to the Gauteng provincial legislature in South Africa was compiled.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Opposition Calls For Arrest of Culprits in Auditor General Report

[Zambia Reports] Opposition FDD spokesperson Antonio Mwanza says public officers cited in the Auditor General’s report for abuse of national resources must be subjected to the due process of the law.

[Zambia Reports] Opposition FDD spokesperson Antonio Mwanza says public officers cited in the Auditor General's report for abuse of national resources must be subjected to the due process of the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia