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101-YEAR-OLD WOMAN GIVES BIRTH AFTER SUCCESSFUL OVARY TRANSPLANT ITALY | Anatolia Vertadella, a 101-year-old Italian woman, has given birth to a 9-pound baby after a controversial ovary transplant widely criticized by medical professionals because of her advanced age, reports the Rivista Napoli. The illegal and controversial surgical operation was done in a …

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Mozambicans voted in #Zimbabwe July 30 polls, says MDC

A top official in the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa alleges that at least 600 Mozambicans cast their votes in Zimbabwe’s July 30 polls. MDC secretary-general Douglas Mwonzora said the participation of foreigners was illegal, and his party would approach the courts this week to …

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Nelson Chamisa election petition was late

‘Chamisa election petition was late’ SUNDAY MAIL   The MDC Alliance missed the deadline to serve its poll petition on President-elect Emmerson Mnangagwa and the Constitutional Court should thus dismiss it, Zanu-PF’s lawyers have said.   The ruling party also says the papers were not served at the address the …

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#Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa Wins Most Votes With Count Almost Complete #ZimbabweDecides ##Zimbabwedecides2018

Zimbabwe’s Mnangagwa Wins Most Votes With Count Almost Complete Results from nine out of Zimbabwe’s 10 provinces counted Tally for final province will be announced later: commission By Mike Cohen(Bloomberg) — Emmerson Mnangagwa leads Zimbabwe’s presidential election with results from nine out of the country’s 10 provinces counted, the Zimbabwe Electoral …

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Following Robert Mugabe, #SouthAfrica changes constitution to seize land from white people without compensation and to give to blacks

South Africa will push ahead with plans to amend the constitution to allow land expropriation without compensation, its president says. In a recorded address, President Cyril Ramaphosa said the ruling ANC will “finalise a proposed amendment” allowing the move. He said the reform was “of critical importance” to the economy. …

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