ASUU Chides Govt Over Poor Allocation to Education Sector

[Guardian] The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has chided the Federal Government for appropriating what it described as a “paltry seven per cent to the education sector” in the 2018 budget.

[Guardian] The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has chided the Federal Government for appropriating what it described as a "paltry seven per cent to the education sector" in the 2018 budget.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Libya Expresses Willingness to Join Belt and Road Initiative

[Focac] Libya’s UN-backed Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed M’etig on Monday revealed that Libya desires to develop its economy by joining in the Belt and Road Initiative at a meeting with Wang Qimin, Charge d’affaires of the Chinese Embassy to Libya.

[Focac] Libya’s UN-backed Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed M’etig on Monday revealed that Libya desires to develop its economy by joining in the Belt and Road Initiative at a meeting with Wang Qimin, Charge d’affaires of the Chinese Embassy to Libya.

Suspected Cholera Cases On The Rise

[The Herald] The water and sanitation situation in Chitungwiza’s St Mary’s suburb remains critical as cases of suspected cholera increased to 24 in Harare and Chitungwiza over the past week.

[The Herald] The water and sanitation situation in Chitungwiza's St Mary's suburb remains critical as cases of suspected cholera increased to 24 in Harare and Chitungwiza over the past week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Teen Jailed for Attacking Cop

[The Herald] A policeman here lost a tooth and sustained serious head injuries after being assaulted with a fork and a cup as he sought to arrest a rowdy teenager for domestic violence.

[The Herald] A policeman here lost a tooth and sustained serious head injuries after being assaulted with a fork and a cup as he sought to arrest a rowdy teenager for domestic violence.

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Stop Demolitions, Court Tells Council

[The Herald] A Chitungwiza court yesterday stopped Chitungwiza Municipality’s proposed demolition of houses that were build illegally, saying the local authority could not proceed without a valid court order.

[The Herald] A Chitungwiza court yesterday stopped Chitungwiza Municipality's proposed demolition of houses that were build illegally, saying the local authority could not proceed without a valid court order.

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Opposition Leader Chamisa Threatens Violence

[The Herald] MDC-T has once again showed its propensity for violence after party leader and MDC Alliance presidential candidate Mr Nelson Chamisa threatened to unleash violence if it loses the forthcoming harmonised elections.

[The Herald] MDC-T has once again showed its propensity for violence after party leader and MDC Alliance presidential candidate Mr Nelson Chamisa threatened to unleash violence if it loses the forthcoming harmonised elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Parastatal Reforms Must Be Pushed Through

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s parastatals, including those transformed in the last attempt at parastatal reform into companies formed with 100 percent State ownership, have by and large been badly managed and run as a haven for the inefficient and well-conne…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's parastatals, including those transformed in the last attempt at parastatal reform into companies formed with 100 percent State ownership, have by and large been badly managed and run as a haven for the inefficient and well-connected.

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Catholic Priest Opens Up On Mnangagwa’s Prison Stay

[The Herald] Roman Catholic priest Father Emmanuel Ribeiro yesterday gave a brief account about how President Mnangagwa escaped the jaws of death following his arrest and subsequent death sentence by the heinous Rhodesian regime for blowing a Rhodesian…

[The Herald] Roman Catholic priest Father Emmanuel Ribeiro yesterday gave a brief account about how President Mnangagwa escaped the jaws of death following his arrest and subsequent death sentence by the heinous Rhodesian regime for blowing a Rhodesian locomotive in 1964.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe