[AIM] Maputo -Three other airlines intend to compete with the national carrier LAM (Mozambique Airlines) on the domestic market, according to the chairperson of the Mozambican Civil Aviation Authority, Joao de Abreu, interviewed by the independent television station STV.
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[The Herald] Sadc chairman President Mugabe has said South Africa needs a second liberation to empower its black citizens who remain marginalised despite a political dispensation that brought majority rule more than two decades ago.
[The Herald] TWO former CAPS United directors, Lewis Uriri and Nhamo Tutisani, yesterday filed an application at the High Court seeking provisional liquidation of the Premiership club arguing that it had failed to pay its debts and it was being run "like a rural tuckshop".
[AIM] Maputo -South African President Jacob Zuma on Wednesday apologized to Mozambique for the xenophobic attacks earlier this year against foreigners living in South Africa, in which three Mozambicans died.
[Leadership] Indigenes of the host communities to the Dangote Cement Plc in Ibese, Yewa and Ewekoro in Ogun State, are in for better times as the cement company announced the inauguration of some 19 different Corporate Social Service (CSR) projects for the communities.
[Leadership] The Nigerian Army yesterday said about 600 of its officers and soldiers were facing court martial for various offences, before the general courts-martial sitting in Lagos and Abuja.
[Premium Times] The British Broadcasting Cooperation has apologised for wrongly publishing a story about a restaurant in Anambra State, Nigeria, where human flesh is served as meat.
[The Herald] ZIMBABWE goalkeeper George Chigova believes the Warriors are in the right frame and shape to go all the way and reach this year's COSAFA Cup final.
[The Herald] THE Young Warriors' preparations for the Caf Under-23 Championship qualifier against Swaziland on Sunday are in shambles as some of the players called by coach Callisto Pasuwa were recalled by their clubs.
[The Herald] Bujumbura -The office of Burundian President Pierre Nkurunziza has announced that the plotters of last week's failed coup will face trial in accordance with the law, a senior official said yesterday.
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