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Top Ugandan doctor defends kneeling before president

Dr Samuel Odongo Oledo says he committed no crime in kneeling before President Yoweri Museveni
By BBC News 15h ago

Cartoon: December 07, 2022 edition

Cartoon: December 07, 2022 edition: Zim’s power situation dire
By The Watcher 18h ago

Mr President, there is more to loans than meet, greet

Methinks there is more to the loans than meet and greet.
By Cyprian M Ndawana Dec. 7, 2022

Malawi’s anti-corruption chief bailed after arrest

Malawi's anti-corruption chief Martha Chizuma has been released on police bail following her arrest in relation to a leaked audio
By BBC News Dec. 6, 2022

A festival of misinformation and propaganda

It should always be remembered that any instability in South Africa will affect its neighbours with a more than double return to sender effect on South Africa.
By Tapiwa Shumba Dec. 6, 2022

Removing households from power grid not the best

Mnangagwa says his government would assist civil servants to migrate to solar.
By Newsday Dec. 6, 2022

Parties unite to ‘loot’ State coffers

Cabinet ministers have been offered US$500 000 “loans” they have not applied for despite having a few months left in their terms.
By SIBANENGI MSWAZI DUBE Dec. 6, 2022

‘Digital economy, way to go’

Chidawu said the country’s economic revival was disturbed by challenges emanating from the COVID-19 pandemic, Cyclone Idai, drought and inflation.
By Mpumelelo Moyo Dec. 6, 2022

ANC leadership meets to decide on Ramaphosa's fate

A parliamentary report has accused Mr Ramaphosa of misconduct and potentially violating the oath of office.
By BBC News Dec. 5, 2022