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[Deutsche Welle] Nigeria's military has said it rescued scores of girls who went missing after a militant attack on a school earlier this week.

[allAfrica] Cape Town -Mozambique authorities have announced a return to water restrictions of 2017 due to the scarcity of water in the Pequenos Libombos reservoir, Verdade Online reports.

[Govt of SA] Honourable Speaker Mister President

[AIM] Maputo -The rescue operation at the rubbish dump in the Maputo neighbourhood of Hulene ended on Tuesday, without the discovery of any more bodies.

[News24Wire] The British government has warned its citizens that there is a terror threat from extremists linked to the Islamic State (ISIS) group in South Africa.

[Togonews] Nearly half of the opposition supporters arrested during a wave of anti-government demonstrations in Togo will be pardoned, Ghanaian mediators have said as talks to end a six-month political crisis got under way in Lome.

[Swazi Media] Swaziland's Senate President Gelane Zwane has been 'banned' from attending parliament for up to two years because she is a widow in mourning.

[New Zimbabwe] Former Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's family finally received an unexpected condolence message from his l.ong-time political rival Robert Mugabe on Tuesday

[VOA] The U.S. State Department says it is designating the group Ansarul Islam as a global terrorist group because of its history of launching attacks in Burkina Faso near the border with Mali.

[VOA] The African Union will provide financial and technical assistance to Zimbabwe to help ensure credible elections later this year, the chairperson of the African Union Commission told reporters Tuesday in Harare.

[VOA] Ethiopia's foreign minister has said there are no security concerns in the country, despite a state of emergency imposed by the government last week.

[The Herald] A group of 20 student nurses at Bonda Mission Hospital, who had their training contracts terminated barely a month after commencement, have taken the Minister of Health and Child Care Dr David Parirenyatwa to the High Court.

[Observer] Minister of Finance Matia Kasaija on Tuesday afternoon described media reports that government is borrowing money to pay staff salaries as an exaggeration.

[News24Wire] Five police officers and one off-duty soldier were killed when a group of men attacked the Ngcobo Police Station near Queenstown in the Eastern Cape.

[News24Wire] Five police officers and one off-duty soldier were killed when a group of men attacked the Ngcobo Police Station near Queenstown in the Eastern Cape.

[This Day] Just after the embarrassment of an emergency door falling off on landing in Abuja, Dana Airlines was on Tuesday enmeshed in another aviation near mishap, this time in Port Harcourt.

[Daily Trust] The West Africa Regional Centre for Surveillance and Disease Control (ECOWAS-RCSDC)-the region's response to managing and preventing epidemics-goes operational in Abuja on Wednesday, nearly three years after heads of regional governments approved it in 2015.

[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa is determined to play whatever role he can in the process of healing and atonement in the wake of the Marikana massacre.

[Deutsche Welle] Skirmishes broke out between rival factions of Zimbabwe's MDC-T party during the funeral of opposition leader Morgan Tsvangirai. Observers fear that the disarray within the MDC will weaken the opposition.

[allAfrica] When President Cyril Ramaphosa quoted -- in his inaugural address to South Africa's Parliament -- the song "Send Me" by Hugh Masekela, he was not only honouring the musician, but evoking the lyrics of an immensely popular traditional church chorus which highlights themes of self-sacrifice, individual responsibility and the importance of personal change in mindsets.

[allAfrica] World Social Justice Day is this year marked by the theme: "Workers on the move: the quest for social justice".

[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to host a dinner on Tuesday evening in honour of his predecessor former president Jacob Zuma.

[News24Wire] President Cyril Ramaphosa is expected to host a dinner on Tuesday evening in honour of his predecessor former president Jacob Zuma.

[News24Wire] A picture of former Zimbabwean president Robert Mugabe together with his wife Grace and the African Union Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki has gone viral on social media.

[News24Wire] Day Zero - when the taps run dry in Cape Town - has been moved back yet again, the city announced on Tuesday.

[Monitor] Court in Rukungiri District has issued criminal summons against former presidential candidate, Dr Kizza Besigye, after he failed to appear in court on Tuesday to answer charges of malicious damage to property, assault of police officers and disobedience of lawful orders.

[CAJ News] Maputo -Humanitarian organisations are making frantic efforts to assist thousands of Mozambicans recently displaced by floods that killed at least 14 people.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Kenya is set to pay Sh658.2 billion in loans in the current financial year ending June 2018.

[VOA] Sports, along with politics, will be on the menu this week, when Liberia's new president makes his first official trip outside Africa.

[Daily News] FIFA's delegation will start arriving in the country from today, Minister of Information, Sports, Arts and Culture, Dr Harrison Mwakyembe told sports editors in Dar es Salaam.

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