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  • [ANGOP] Luanda — Oil revenue surplus to be collected this year will be earmarked for the implementation of the 2021 budget's Public Investment Programme projects, said Friday the Angolan of State, João Lourenço.
  • [New Zimbabwe] POLICE in Harare have arrested Micheal Freeman Chingwaru (39), a teacher at Einstein Tuition Centre for violently assaulting a student at the private school.
  • [The Herald] Labenmon Investments, which owns SAS Mine Lowerdale in Mazowe where eight people died last week following an explosion have said they are cooperating with the authorities in fact-finding the cause of the accident.
  • [Nyasa Times] The Government of Saudi Arabia has donated assorted medical supplies and personal protective equipment (PPEs) to help the Malawi Government in the management and containment of Covid-19 pandemic.
  • [263Chat] The Zimbabwe Republic Police has refuted social media claims that a student from a Harare school who appeared in viral video being assaulted by a teacher had been caught in a compromising position with a schoolmate.
  • [Namibian] A man accused of raping a five-year-old girl after abducting her from a preschool in Windhoek two years ago is fit to stand trial, two psychiatrists have concluded.
  • [New Era] Namibia's government is pursuing reforms to improve the business environment, attract investment and spur industrialisation. One of the objectives of the NIPDB is to review and propose policy reforms and measures to support trade and investment promotion, conducive labour market policies, improve the country's competitiveness and the ease of doing business.
  • [The Herald] Zimbabwe has joined the world in celebrating the International Day of Rural Women which is celebrated annually on October 15 to highlight the essential role that rural women and girls play in the food systems of the world.

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