Politician-Cum-Evangelist Daza Back in Frontline Politics

[Nyasa Times] A new hope for change, that is the message from politician-cum-evangelist Chris Daza as he introduced his newly formed political party called Democratic People’s Congress, shortened as ‘DePeCo’ at a rally in Mchinji.

[Nyasa Times] A new hope for change, that is the message from politician-cum-evangelist Chris Daza as he introduced his newly formed political party called Democratic People's Congress, shortened as 'DePeCo' at a rally in Mchinji.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

2017 General Election Results – The Process

[Nation] The electoral commission has defended its decision to scrap periodic announcements of presidential election results at the Bomas of Kenya, the national tallying centre.

[Nation] The electoral commission has defended its decision to scrap periodic announcements of presidential election results at the Bomas of Kenya, the national tallying centre.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

It’s World Champs Gold and Bronze for Chad and Cameron

[Sascoc] Olympians Chad le Clos and Cameron van der Burgh bagged South Africa’s first two medals at the 2017 Fina World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday evening.

[Sascoc] Olympians Chad le Clos and Cameron van der Burgh bagged South Africa's first two medals at the 2017 Fina World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, on Wednesday evening.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ruling Party Violence Could Cause Civil War – Opposition

[New Zimbabwe] In the face of increased politically motivated violence ahead of the 2018 elections, the MDC-T has warned Zanu PF to allow other parties to campaign freely as failure to do so might trigger a civil war.

[New Zimbabwe] In the face of increased politically motivated violence ahead of the 2018 elections, the MDC-T has warned Zanu PF to allow other parties to campaign freely as failure to do so might trigger a civil war.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Mugabe Unhappy With Ministers Who Boycott Parliament Sessions’

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe is reportedly unhappy with his cabinet ministers who continue to boycott Parliament’s question and answer sessions by backbenchers every Wednesday.

[New Zimbabwe] President Robert Mugabe is reportedly unhappy with his cabinet ministers who continue to boycott Parliament's question and answer sessions by backbenchers every Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nigerian Lawmakers Demand Identities of Patience Jonathan’s Property Whistle-Blower

[Premium Times] The House of Representatives has asked the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency for identities of informants whose tip-off led to raid on former first lady, Patience Jonathan’s property.

[Premium Times] The House of Representatives has asked the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency for identities of informants whose tip-off led to raid on former first lady, Patience Jonathan's property.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

The 33 Major Amendments the Senate Considered for Nigerian Constitution

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Senate voted to amend some key elements of the country’s Constitution Wednesday, amidst growing complaints by some citizens thatthe document has become increasingly unworkable.

[Premium Times] The Nigerian Senate voted to amend some key elements of the country's Constitution Wednesday, amidst growing complaints by some citizens thatthe document has become increasingly unworkable.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Man Sells Dad’s Beds to Raise Money for Cigarettes

[New Zimbabwe] Hwange -A man from Madumabisa Village on the outskirts of the coal mining town has appeared in court after stealing his father’s two single beds which he sold for $5 each to buy cigarettes.

[New Zimbabwe] Hwange -A man from Madumabisa Village on the outskirts of the coal mining town has appeared in court after stealing his father's two single beds which he sold for $5 each to buy cigarettes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Timol’s Injuries Not Consistent With Fatal Fall, Forensic Pathologist Tells Inquest

[News24Wire] Some of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol’s injuries, revealed in a post mortem conducted on him, were not consistent with the ones caused by his fatal fall from the 10th floor of John Vorster Square, the North Gauteng High Court in Pret…

[News24Wire] Some of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol's injuries, revealed in a post mortem conducted on him, were not consistent with the ones caused by his fatal fall from the 10th floor of John Vorster Square, the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria heard on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa