- 'Mnangagwa must just look around himself for corrupt people and criminals who occupy public office'-Chamisa
- ZAPU LEADER DUMISO DABENGWA who was treated in South Africa early this year, was see in a wheelchair at Joshua Mqabuko International Airport
- Four ambulances attended as 19 people were injured in a three kombis pile up near Bulawayo Entumbane Shopping Complex yesterday.
- JOHANE MARANGE APOSTOLIC sect members forcibly remove the seriously wounded kombi driver from hospital. He drove the kombi involved in the accident that claimed 13 lives in Macheke.
- CLIMATE AND POLLUTION DISASTERS: DURBAN KZN FLOODING in South Africa, 32 dead, soon after cyclone IDAI in Mozambique and Zimbabwe, see also online photos of plastic pollution on Durban beachfront
Almost two weeks after the polls in Cameroon, on Friday morning the court has rejected all legal objections to the presidential polls in Yaounde. Cameroonian President Paul Biya is seeking a seventh term in office which will make him one of Africa’s longest-serving leaders, second to Equatorial Guinea’s Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo.
In an election dominated by Africa’s traditional, allegations of voter intimidation, violence and rigging, Cameroon’s three main opposition leaders including Joshua Osih and Cabral Libii , along with other key opposition figures, called for a cancellation of the poll results. More news to follow. By Sibusiso Ngwenya