Maid Up for Killing Minor

[The Herald] A 20-year-old Harare maid appeared in court last Wednesday charged with culpable homicide after she allegedly caused the death of a minor. Vaidah Nzanga appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Barbra Chimboza. She was remanded in custody to A…

[The Herald] A 20-year-old Harare maid appeared in court last Wednesday charged with culpable homicide after she allegedly caused the death of a minor. Vaidah Nzanga appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Barbra Chimboza. She was remanded in custody to April 4. The prosecutor, Mr Sebastian Mutizirwa alleged that on March 13, Nzanga and the now deceased Tanaka Nathaniel Chimusaru were home in Waterfalls.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mountain Biking – Olympic Champion’s Epic Win, Big-Hearted Women’s Triumph

[Sascoc] There was a second stage win for the SCOTT-SRAM Young Guns of Michiel van der Heijden and Andri Frischknecht at the Grand Finale of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic, but the crowds at Val de Vie in Paarl had lined up to watch Olympic champion Nino Schu…

[Sascoc] There was a second stage win for the SCOTT-SRAM Young Guns of Michiel van der Heijden and Andri Frischknecht at the Grand Finale of the 2017 Absa Cape Epic, but the crowds at Val de Vie in Paarl had lined up to watch Olympic champion Nino Schurter and partner Matthias Stirnemann claim their maiden Absa Cape Epic crown.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Cement Production Transforming Construction Sector

[Ethiopian Herald] The construction industry is booming in Ethiopia. Years ago, the country had been importing cement at huge costs for its developmental projects. In 2010/11 the country imported 0.3 million tonnes cement by spending millions of USD. H…

[Ethiopian Herald] The construction industry is booming in Ethiopia. Years ago, the country had been importing cement at huge costs for its developmental projects. In 2010/11 the country imported 0.3 million tonnes cement by spending millions of USD. However, owing to the growing numbers of cement factories, these days, the country has begun exporting beyond meeting local consumption.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Pair Swipes Firm Out of U.S.$100 000

[The Herald] TWO Curechem Overseas (Private) Limited employees made people use the company’s Point Of Sale Machines without buying anything and charged them a five percent fee prejudicing their employer about $100 000. Perlagia Chinyemba (25) and Kelvi…

[The Herald] TWO Curechem Overseas (Private) Limited employees made people use the company's Point Of Sale Machines without buying anything and charged them a five percent fee prejudicing their employer about $100 000. Perlagia Chinyemba (25) and Kelvin Chisera (32) appeared before Harare magistrate Mrs Barbra Chimboza on Friday last week. They are facing fraud charges.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Shock U.S.$8,50 Prize for Miss Deaf

[The Herald] Twenty-three-year-old tailor Chiedza Hukuimwe was crowned for Miss Deaf 2017 over the weekend beating other 13 contestants, but walking away with $8.50 was a shock in the history of beauty pageants.

[The Herald] Twenty-three-year-old tailor Chiedza Hukuimwe was crowned for Miss Deaf 2017 over the weekend beating other 13 contestants, but walking away with $8.50 was a shock in the history of beauty pageants.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mutharika’s Remarks on Alliance Made Out of Ignorance – MP Banda

[Nyasa Times] Balaka North member of parliament Lucius Banda who has been against his party United Democratic Front (UDF) to be in a working alliance with ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has come back fighting at President Peter Mutharika for…

[Nyasa Times] Balaka North member of parliament Lucius Banda who has been against his party United Democratic Front (UDF) to be in a working alliance with ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has come back fighting at President Peter Mutharika for his remarks that the two parties working relations would continue despite his opposition.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Hurdler Steenkamp Winding Up for a Big One

[Sascoc] Rikenette Steenkamp proved on Saturday by winning the 100-metre hurdles in a time of 13.04 seconds at a league meeting at Tuks that the question is not whether she is capable of dipping under 13 seconds but when she will do so.

[Sascoc] Rikenette Steenkamp proved on Saturday by winning the 100-metre hurdles in a time of 13.04 seconds at a league meeting at Tuks that the question is not whether she is capable of dipping under 13 seconds but when she will do so.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa