Graca Machel Threatens to Sue Mandela’s Doctor Over Book On His ‘Last Years’

[News24Wire] Former president Nelson Mandela’s widow, Graca Machel, has slammed the newly-released book, Mandela’s Last Years, by his doctor Vejay Ramlakan and is considering suing.

[News24Wire] Former president Nelson Mandela's widow, Graca Machel, has slammed the newly-released book, Mandela's Last Years, by his doctor Vejay Ramlakan and is considering suing.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Wanderers At Home to Consolidate Lead

[Nyasa Times] TNM Super League Leaders Mighty Be Forward Wanderers are to consolidate their lead in week 12 of the league as they have two fixtures to fulfill at home on day 25 and 26.

[Nyasa Times] TNM Super League Leaders Mighty Be Forward Wanderers are to consolidate their lead in week 12 of the league as they have two fixtures to fulfill at home on day 25 and 26.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Be Patient, CAPS United’s Pfumbidzai Tells Fans

[The Herald] CAPS United left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai has made a passionate plea to the fans to be patient after they crashed to a 1-3 home defeat at the hands of How Mine in a league match.

[The Herald] CAPS United left-back Ronald Pfumbidzai has made a passionate plea to the fans to be patient after they crashed to a 1-3 home defeat at the hands of How Mine in a league match.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Change in Behaviour for Actors ‘Long Overdue,’ Security Council Told

[UN News] Highlighting challenges facing South Sudan, a senior United Nations official today underlined that overcoming obstacles borne of a volatile combination of insecurity and political uncertainty is critical for the war-torn country to be put on …

[UN News] Highlighting challenges facing South Sudan, a senior United Nations official today underlined that overcoming obstacles borne of a volatile combination of insecurity and political uncertainty is critical for the war-torn country to be put on the track to peace and stability.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Deadly Sudan Student-Police Clashes Escalate

[CAJ News] Khartoum -THE Sudanese government has been urged to end the discrimination of Darfuri university students in the wake of protests against fellow scholars’ detention for allegedly killing police officers.Ten students of Bakht al-Rida Universi…

[CAJ News] Khartoum -THE Sudanese government has been urged to end the discrimination of Darfuri university students in the wake of protests against fellow scholars' detention for allegedly killing police officers.Ten students of Bakht al-Rida University in White Nile State are behind bars for the alleged murder of two officers. They were killed in May as they violently broke up clashes between ruling party and opposition students over disputed guild elections.Investigations into the policemen's deaths are still underway. This

source: AllAfrica News: Sudan

University Lecturer in Court for Forgery

[New Zimbabwe] A lecturer at the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) has been arrested for manufacturing a fake degree certificate for his student who had abandoned studies after failing exams during the first semester.

[New Zimbabwe] A lecturer at the Zimbabwe Open University (ZOU) has been arrested for manufacturing a fake degree certificate for his student who had abandoned studies after failing exams during the first semester.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

National Revenue Authority Hail Tax Compliance

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) says during the fiscal year just ended, the tax collecting body has collected K767.61 billion against a projection of K725.06 billion, registering a surplus of K42.56 billion.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi Revenue Authority (MRA) says during the fiscal year just ended, the tax collecting body has collected K767.61 billion against a projection of K725.06 billion, registering a surplus of K42.56 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Senate Rejects Parliamentary Legal Committee Report

[The Herald] Senate has rejected recommendations from the Parliamentary Legal Committee (PLC), which had noted that inclusion of traditional leaders in the Land Commission was unconstitutional. Senators led by chiefs’ council president Fortune Charumbi…

[The Herald] Senate has rejected recommendations from the Parliamentary Legal Committee (PLC), which had noted that inclusion of traditional leaders in the Land Commission was unconstitutional. Senators led by chiefs' council president Fortune Charumbira, through an overwhelming affirmative vote, shot down the PLC Adverse Report, which had indicated that amendments to the Land Commission Bill to allow traditional leaders into the commission violated the Constitution.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe