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U.S. Sanctions On Africa Need an Overhaul

US sanctions in Africa needs an update. They’ve allowed Sudan to become pawn in the US election campaign. Plus the list of sanctioned individuals contains someone who has since died. President Donald Trump has said the US will remove Sudan from a list of state sponsors of terrorism once Sudan …

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Police Boss Matanga Accused of Shady Car Deals, Bribery

Police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga has been accused of being involved in a raft of corrupt activities including inflating prices of police vehicles, flouting tender processes; and bribing Special Anti-Corruption Unit (SACU), and Magistrate Courts officials. The allegations are raised in a letter by vocal independent Norton MP Temba Mliswa to …

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Striking Teachers Demand Urgent Meeting With Mnangagwa

Teachers’ unions have petitioned President Emmerson Mnangagwa demanding an urgent meeting with him over poor remuneration and working conditions. The teachers, who did not return to work after schools opened nearly a month ago, have said they are not on strike but are incapacitated are ion demand their salaries to …

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Zim Civic Groups Express Concern Over Nigerian Situation

Civic Society Organisations in Zimbabwe under the umbrella of Crisis in Zimbabwe Coalition (CiZC) have implored Nigerian authorities to desist from using excessive force to quell citizens unrest over police brutality. The #EndSARS demonstration began early this month with Nigerians calling for an end to police brutality and bad governance …

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Court Confirms Mamombe’s Mental Instability

Harare regional magistrate, Bianca Makwande has confirmed that Harare-West legislator, Joanna Mamombe is indeed mentally unstable to stand trial as she suffers from depressive disorder and anxiety as suggested by findings from the medical examinations carried out by two doctors, it has emerged. Mamombe underwent a mental examination in terms …

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