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[Daily Trust] Nurses and other health workers under the auspices of the Joint Health Sector Unions (JOHESU) at the Federal Teaching Hospital (FTH), Gombe have staged a peaceful protest over what they described as discrimination and bias by the Federal Ministry of Health.

[263Chat] By the time the next planting season starts, farmers will be able to find a tractor within minutes, anywhere in Zimbabwe.

[WHO] Juba -To increase access and strengthen the capacity of emergency lifesaving health care services focusing on outbreak response for epidemic-prone and vaccine-preventable diseases, WHO has been procuring, storing and distributing medical emergency kits to support humanitarian response in South Sudan.

[New Zimbabwe] 'Mudendere' hitmaker, Dobba Don, has said he shuns collaborations because other artists want to "sabotage" his music.

[New Zimbabwe] Legendary American artist and producer Teddy Riley has endorsed Zimbabwean Dancehall chanter Nutty O after the latter's performance at the Bob Marley Birthday Festival.

[Leadership] Trevor Smith Jr. a.ka. Busta Rhymes, an American rapper, has announced a release date for his remix of a single, 'Fall' by David Adeleke. a.ka. Davido.

[GroundUp] The Bellville campus student centre and parts of the administration building of the Cape Peninsula University of Technology had to close after it was flooded on Friday morning. The flooding is suspected to have been deliberate. A student has been arrested.

[Nation] More than 10,000 students enrolled in bachelor's degree courses in 26 universities risk getting "worthless" certificates because the programmes are being offered illegally.

[Daily News] HELIETH Gerald, the second accused in the murder case of a Kibeta Primary school Standard Five pupil told the High Court that he never caned the deceased but instead handed him over to the first accused, Respicius Patrick Mutazangira, who was also the discipline master of the school.

[Daily Maverick] SAA executives say they have a plan. The airline will be restructured into three units, although differently from Eskom, with a new focus on innovation and profitability. It just needs to get out of the woods first.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Angola and Uruguay signed Tuesday two cooperation agreements in the areas of Tourism and Social Action, Family and Women's Promotion, as part of three-day visit to Angola by Foreign Affairs minister of Uruguay, Rodolfo Nin Novoa , at the invitation of his counterpart, Manuel Augusto.

[Daily Maverick] The agreement by Oppenheimer-owned Fireblade Aviation to operate its private terminal at OR Tambo International Airport is all above board. This was the embarrassing back-pedal by Home Affairs before MPs on Tuesday, after months of a furore that traversed the courts and the Public Protector's desk, leading ultimately to Malusi Gigaba's resignation over findings that he had 'told untruths' in the judicial proceedings. It's an episode that shows how politicking and political noise scuppers governance.

She was a divorced single parent, politically active and a tireless advocate for women, children and workers. On February 19, 1919, Marie Juchacz also became the first woman to address a German parliament.

Chanel's leading designer for 30 years, Karl Lagerfeld was a brand in his own right with an unmistakable look and outrageous comments. The German-born designer has died at the age of 85.

Government corruption, drug trafficking and extreme levels of violence in Mexico have left their mark on the arts. As DW hands out its Freedom of Speech Award, a look at the state of artistic freedom in the country.

[Daily Trust] Wife of Kaduna State governor and co-ordinator of the All Progressives Congress (APC) campaign in the state tagged 'APC Gida-Gida,' Hajiya Aisha Ummi El-Rufai, has been leading her team round the state creating awareness on the giant strides of President Muhammadu Buhari and Malam Nasir el-Rufai, and why they should be re-elected. She bares her mind on the journey so far. Excerpts:

[This is Africa] Recent comments made by Uganda's Minister for Tourism, when he described curvy women as potential tourist attractions, have brought the debate around the objectification of women back into the spotlight.

[Public Agenda] "Africa is a marvellous continent. Girls are beautiful and very sexy. All they want is a man who has money, and the worst is when he is white. In all, I slept with more than 1,400 girls in six different countries. I have all their pictures in my album" ~ Jean Michel, French sex tourist

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