Hospital Stops Offering Services to Patients Without National IDs

[Nyasa Times] Officials at Chilumba Barracks hospital in Karonga the northern border district of Malawi have advised patients to carry their national Identity Cards especially when seeking medical services at the facility, saying the hospital will only…

[Nyasa Times] Officials at Chilumba Barracks hospital in Karonga the northern border district of Malawi have advised patients to carry their national Identity Cards especially when seeking medical services at the facility, saying the hospital will only entertain patients with national IDs.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Chinese Experts Helping Mnangagwa to Rig Elections – Moyo

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has roped in Chinese experts to work with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) in rigging next month’s general elections in favour of Zanu PF, a former cabinet minister has claimed.

[New Zimbabwe] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has roped in Chinese experts to work with the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) in rigging next month's general elections in favour of Zanu PF, a former cabinet minister has claimed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Amnesty Calls for End to Violence

[VOA] A new report by the international human rights group Amnesty International criticizes both the Cameroon military and separatists fighting the independence of the English speaking region for using unnecessary and excessive force. The rights group …

[VOA] A new report by the international human rights group Amnesty International criticizes both the Cameroon military and separatists fighting the independence of the English speaking region for using unnecessary and excessive force. The rights group says civilians are frequently caught up in the violence.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Mnangagwa Commissions U.S.$30 Million Pepsi Plant

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday commissions a $30 million Varun Beverages plant in Harare and called for more foreign companies to be part of the country’s new economic drive aimed at upgrading people’s living standard and creating a middle …

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa yesterday commissions a $30 million Varun Beverages plant in Harare and called for more foreign companies to be part of the country's new economic drive aimed at upgrading people's living standard and creating a middle class economy by 2030.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Morocco Confident Ahead of Sables Clash

[The Herald] Morocco forwards’ coach Gasni Kouider says pressure will be on Zimbabwe when the North Africans clash against the Sables in the Africa Gold Cup opener on Saturday.

[The Herald] Morocco forwards' coach Gasni Kouider says pressure will be on Zimbabwe when the North Africans clash against the Sables in the Africa Gold Cup opener on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Women’s Bank Opens

[The Herald] The much awaited women’s bank opened its doors to the public on Tuesday, bringing to an end an anxious hiatus among prospective customers who had been waiting for the financial institution to start operating.

[The Herald] The much awaited women's bank opened its doors to the public on Tuesday, bringing to an end an anxious hiatus among prospective customers who had been waiting for the financial institution to start operating.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Chair’s Resignation Throws Party Into Disarray

[The Herald] The MDC-T has been thrown into disarray after its provincial chair Mr James Gumbi unceremoniously resigned from his post, forcing the national party leadership to reject his resignation, fearing the move will further rock the boat ahead of…

[The Herald] The MDC-T has been thrown into disarray after its provincial chair Mr James Gumbi unceremoniously resigned from his post, forcing the national party leadership to reject his resignation, fearing the move will further rock the boat ahead of next month's harmonised elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Experts, Lawyers from Africa’s Great Lakes Region Take Aim at Legal Impunity

[VOA] Judicial officials and experts Africa’s Great Lakes region are meeting to look for ways to reduce violence and human rights abuses through the judicial process. The officials attending the meeting have called on closer cooperation between states …

[VOA] Judicial officials and experts Africa's Great Lakes region are meeting to look for ways to reduce violence and human rights abuses through the judicial process. The officials attending the meeting have called on closer cooperation between states to fight impunity in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania