‘My Wedding Broke Former Prime Minister Muzorewa’s Heart’

[New Zimbabwe] Stella Manatsa, the woman who has been by the legendary musician Zexie Manatsa’s side for more than four decades, recalls their wedding which took place more place than 30 years ago with “pride” and as if it happened yesterday.

[New Zimbabwe] Stella Manatsa, the woman who has been by the legendary musician Zexie Manatsa's side for more than four decades, recalls their wedding which took place more place than 30 years ago with "pride" and as if it happened yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

More Train Delays After Night of Cape Chaos

[GroundUp] Cape Town central train station was still in disarray on Tuesday morning. Cleaners were busy clearing up the debris from Monday night’s protests. Firefighters were spraying water around burnt out train carriages. Station employees tried to c…

[GroundUp] Cape Town central train station was still in disarray on Tuesday morning. Cleaners were busy clearing up the debris from Monday night's protests. Firefighters were spraying water around burnt out train carriages. Station employees tried to clean up broken glass and garbage. Officials had roped off rubble-strewn areas, including looted shops. Crowds of commuters and onlookers watched.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Restoring Our Unity of Purpose

[DA] The following statement was delivered by DA Leader Mmusi Maimane at a press conference in Johannesburg this morning. Helen Zille’s apology follows after the statement.

[DA] The following statement was delivered by DA Leader Mmusi Maimane at a press conference in Johannesburg this morning. Helen Zille's apology follows after the statement.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Former Opposition Leader Zille Apologises for Colonialism Tweets

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Helen Zille will retain her position of Western Cape Premier despite her removal from key bodies in the Democratic Alliance. This comes after she apologised unreservedly to the public for a series of tweets she wrote in which she…

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Helen Zille will retain her position of Western Cape Premier despite her removal from key bodies in the Democratic Alliance. This comes after she apologised unreservedly to the public for a series of tweets she wrote in which she defended colonialism.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

China’s Foton’s Car Assembly Plant in Nairobi Up for Auction

[Nation] Chinese motor vehicle dealer Foton East Africa’s multi-million shilling Nairobi assembly plant is set to be auctioned to repay debts, signalling the end of the road for the firm that entered the Kenyan market in 2011.

[Nation] Chinese motor vehicle dealer Foton East Africa's multi-million shilling Nairobi assembly plant is set to be auctioned to repay debts, signalling the end of the road for the firm that entered the Kenyan market in 2011.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Fish Protection Is Emergency, Says Maritime Authority

[Iwacu] On the occasion of the celebration of the week dedicated to protecting the environment, from 6 to 11 June, the technical commission in charge of securing lake navigation burned tools forbidden to use in fishing.

[Iwacu] On the occasion of the celebration of the week dedicated to protecting the environment, from 6 to 11 June, the technical commission in charge of securing lake navigation burned tools forbidden to use in fishing.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

‘No More Wings in Uprona’, Said Gashatsi

[Iwacu] Reacting to the declaration of Abel Gashatsi that Uprona is now unified, Tatien Sibomana says Gashatsi works with the ruling party. He also said Uprona has never been divided.

[Iwacu] Reacting to the declaration of Abel Gashatsi that Uprona is now unified, Tatien Sibomana says Gashatsi works with the ruling party. He also said Uprona has never been divided.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Air Peace, FAAN Bickering Continues Over N7 Million Debt

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The bickering between the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and Air Peace continued yesterday with the airline accusing the latter of sponsoring falsehood aimed at tarnishing its corporate image.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The bickering between the Federal Airports Authority of Nigeria (FAAN) and Air Peace continued yesterday with the airline accusing the latter of sponsoring falsehood aimed at tarnishing its corporate image.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria