Coltart Mocks Awol President Mphoko

[New Zimbabwe] OPPOSITION Senator David Coltart Zimbabwe’s “president” at large Phelekezela Mphoko, describing him as the only president in the world who never visited the country he led until leaving office.

[New Zimbabwe] OPPOSITION Senator David Coltart Zimbabwe's "president" at large Phelekezela Mphoko, describing him as the only president in the world who never visited the country he led until leaving office.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Katima Cop Guilty of Killing Wife’s Lover

[Namibian] A POLICE officer convicted of kidnapping and murdering his wife’s lover at Katima Mulilo in July 2012 will return to the Oshakati High Court in January for the last stage of his trial before sentencing.

[Namibian] A POLICE officer convicted of kidnapping and murdering his wife's lover at Katima Mulilo in July 2012 will return to the Oshakati High Court in January for the last stage of his trial before sentencing.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Flying Squad Officer on Murder Trial Allowed to Change Defence Lawyer

[Nairobi News] A flying squad officer accused of murdering an official of the troubled Nakuru Workers Cooperative Society and a woman friend has been allowed to change his defence lawyer by the High Court.

[Nairobi News] A flying squad officer accused of murdering an official of the troubled Nakuru Workers Cooperative Society and a woman friend has been allowed to change his defence lawyer by the High Court.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Troops Rally for Top 8 Clash

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The battle lines are surely drawn and eight teams will fight beyond their historic best in their quest to fly even higher with the single aim to add some Mascom Top 8 silverware in their trophy cabinet.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -The battle lines are surely drawn and eight teams will fight beyond their historic best in their quest to fly even higher with the single aim to add some Mascom Top 8 silverware in their trophy cabinet.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Mixed Reaction to Mugabe Immunity From Prosecution Deal

[New Zimbabwe] OUTSPOKEN former national peace and reconciliation co-minister Moses Mzila-Ndlovu says there was nothing surprising with incoming President Emmerson Mnangagwa granting his predecessor Robert Mugabe immunity for past crimes, describing th…

[New Zimbabwe] OUTSPOKEN former national peace and reconciliation co-minister Moses Mzila-Ndlovu says there was nothing surprising with incoming President Emmerson Mnangagwa granting his predecessor Robert Mugabe immunity for past crimes, describing the two as accomplices.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Umeme Workers Demand Probe Into Millions to Workers Union

[Observer] Members of the Uganda Electricity and Allied Workers Union (UEAWU) have accused the executive committee of failure to provide the union’s financial standing for over five years.

[Observer] Members of the Uganda Electricity and Allied Workers Union (UEAWU) have accused the executive committee of failure to provide the union's financial standing for over five years.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘There’s More to Him Than What’s in the Media’ – Panayiotou’s Sister

[News24Wire] The sister of murder accused Christopher Panayiotou asked the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth on Thursday not to sentence him to life imprisonment for the murder of his wife.

[News24Wire] The sister of murder accused Christopher Panayiotou asked the Eastern Cape High Court in Port Elizabeth on Thursday not to sentence him to life imprisonment for the murder of his wife.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Zimbabwean’s Endless Temporary Permit Renewal Nightmare

[GroundUp] Althea Jacqueline Roberts from Zimbabwe first applied for asylum in South Africa in 2009. Although her papers have been continuously renewed, in all these years she has never been given permission to remain in the country for longer than eig…

[GroundUp] Althea Jacqueline Roberts from Zimbabwe first applied for asylum in South Africa in 2009. Although her papers have been continuously renewed, in all these years she has never been given permission to remain in the country for longer than eight months; mostly she gets three month renewals. On 1 November, she was given only one month.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe