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[The Herald] ACTING Police Commissioner-General Stephen Mutamba has assured magistrates and other stakeholders in the fight against corruption of protection after two judicial officers recently received death threats.

[New Zimbabwe] Government employed nurses received their November salaries last week without the 13th cheque annual bonus despite a commitment by Treasury to "do something that will be a thank you to those who have worked so hard through the year".

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Two air strikes by the United States forces in Somalia have killed 37 Al Shabaab militants.

[New Zimbabwe] THE Commission of Inquiry into the deadly violence which rocked Harare after elections in July is expecting opposition MDC leader Nelson Chamisa to appear before this Wednesday, spokesperson John Masuku has said.

[This Day] Maiduguri -Boko Haram terrorists have killed 53 soldiers and farmers in three days of attacks in Borno State, in a new show of force ahead of the February presidential election, AFP reported yesterday, quoting security sources.

[Vanguard] Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Tuesday in Abuja said that Nigerians must not allow anti-democratic elements whom he refereed to as hooligans to have access to power, saying it would become a dangerous weapon in their hands.

[This is Africa] If you had the opportunity to choose another president from an African country to govern your country, who would you choose to bring about the change you desire?

[This is Africa] If you had the opportunity to choose another president from an African country to govern your country, who would you choose to bring about the change you desire?

[The Conversation Africa] What is "a family"? In South African law, the answer - or rather, answers - are broad. For example, it's not considered unusual or unacceptable for children to move between kin and to be raised at different stages by grandparents, parents and other relatives.

[ISS] The apparent Islamist insurgency in Mozambique's northernmost province, Cabo Delgado, had gone quiet - until last Wednesday night's attack in the village of Nagulué in the Macomia district.

[New Era] Windhoek -Southern Africa is expected to receive erratic rainfall in the 2018/19 agricultural season, according to the latest outlook produced by regional climate experts, who have predicted that seasonal rainfall will be "normal to below-normal" across most of the region.

[African Arguments] Why one of the less popular candidates will probably win the presidential election.

[Citizen] Arusha -Foreign exchange shops in Arusha were under tight security from mid-day yesterday, with officers in military uniform keeping vigil at the premises.

[Dalsan Radio] Somalia Parliamentary Committee on Finance and Budget has released a new report alleging mismanagement of funds at the Ministry of Finance, Radio Dalsan reports.

[Dalsan Radio] Somalia Parliamentary Committee on Finance and Budget has released a new report alleging mismanagement of funds at the Ministry of Finance, Radio Dalsan reports.

[News24Wire] The 2019 general elections are more significant to the ANC than the first democratic elections in 1994, former president Jacob Zuma said on Monday.

[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Barcelona -Africa's rapidly expanding cities face huge threats from climate change over the next 30 years, which could bring knock-on effects such as higher crime rates and civil unrest, risk analysts said on Wednesday.

[The Conversation Africa] Reforms currently sweeping through Ethiopia under the new Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed have implications for the relationship between Ethiopia and its neighbours.

[News24Wire] Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng says his court battles are far from over.

[VOA] Disabled people in Cameroon are protesting the deepening crisis in the country's English-speaking regions after clashes between government forces and armed separatists killed several handicapped people.

[VOA] The acting Sergeant Major for Armed Forces Liberia says he is concerned about terrorists in neighboring countries spilling into his homeland.

[VOA] Hundreds of Ethiopian Jews gathered in the country's capital Addis Ababa on Monday to protest the Israeli government's refusal to allow all of them to immigrate to Israel, which they say has split families between the two countries.

[Oil in Uganda] The president of Uganda his Excellency Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has ordered foreigners who had flocked the gold mines in mubende and Kasanda districts to vacate this area on grounds that foreign countries were benefiting more from the trade compared to Ugandans.

[New Zimbabwe] THE Speaker of Parliament last week blocked debate on the construction of President Emmerson Mnangagwa's claimed multi-billion-dollar private Harare mansion.

[The Herald] Government will not impose price control measures, but employ a host of strategies to ensure commodity prices are stable and that there will be adequate supplies, Industry and Commerce Minister Mangaliso Ndlovu has said.

[SANF] Madagascar is set for a run-off on 19 December after no presidential candidate amassed enough votes to be declared outright winner following elections held in early November.

[This Day] The presidential candidate of the Allied Congress Party of Nigeria (ACPN), Dr. Oby Ezekwesili, has expressed dissatisfaction with the challenges confronting Nigeria, saying that the same mistakes of previous administrations were being repeated by President Muhammadu Buhari.

[Daily Trust] About 70 percent of all malaria cases and deaths recorded in 2017 occurred in Nigeria and 10 other countries, the 2018 World Malaria Report has revealed.

[Vanguard] The Police Force Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Department of the Police (FCIID) on Monday charged three men before a Federal High Court, Lagos, over alleged cyber crime and impersonating President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, Aisha.

[Vanguard] The Police Force Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Department of the Police (FCIID) on Monday charged three men before a Federal High Court, Lagos, over alleged cyber crime and impersonating President Muhammadu Buhari and his wife, Aisha.

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