UN Gives Poll Preparations Thumbs Up

[The Herald] The United Nations (UN) says it is impressed by preparations for harmonised elections to be held by August 31 and pledged to support Government’s commitment to hold free, fair and credible elections, including current efforts at economic r…

[The Herald] The United Nations (UN) says it is impressed by preparations for harmonised elections to be held by August 31 and pledged to support Government's commitment to hold free, fair and credible elections, including current efforts at economic revival.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Minister Bheki Cele Urges the New Members of Public Order Policing Reserve Unit to Draw the Line Between Policing and Politics

[SAPS] The Minister of Police, the honourable Bheki Cele has urged the new members of the Public Order Policing (POP) Reserve Unit to draw the line between policing and politics, this follows the launch of the new units which will be deployed in provin…

[SAPS] The Minister of Police, the honourable Bheki Cele has urged the new members of the Public Order Policing (POP) Reserve Unit to draw the line between policing and politics, this follows the launch of the new units which will be deployed in provinces with the aim of increasing police personnel at station level to maintain law and order.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Nigerians Share Experiences of Winter

[Daily Trust] Most Nigerians are accustomed to both cold and hot weather conditions, unlike the western World which has severe winter storms that has led to cancelation of many flights and closure of schools.

[Daily Trust] Most Nigerians are accustomed to both cold and hot weather conditions, unlike the western World which has severe winter storms that has led to cancelation of many flights and closure of schools.

Council Seeks Govt Approval On U.S.$560 Million Project

[The Herald] Harare City Council (HCC) is currently seeking Government approval to bring back on track a multi-million dollar joint venture project with a South African company to replace the city’s aged water reticulation infrastructure, including ins…

[The Herald] Harare City Council (HCC) is currently seeking Government approval to bring back on track a multi-million dollar joint venture project with a South African company to replace the city's aged water reticulation infrastructure, including installing a broadband fibre network.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

No Reprieve for Diasporan Voters

[The Herald] The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment on whether or not Zimbabweans living in the Diaspora should be allowed to vote in this year’s harmonised elections.

[The Herald] The Constitutional Court has reserved judgment on whether or not Zimbabweans living in the Diaspora should be allowed to vote in this year's harmonised elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Duty Exemptions Prone to Corruption – Commission

[Addis Fortune] The poor implementation process of Ethiopia’s duty-free incentives has given way to corruption and maladministration, according to a recent study by the Federal Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (FEACC).

[Addis Fortune] The poor implementation process of Ethiopia's duty-free incentives has given way to corruption and maladministration, according to a recent study by the Federal Ethics & Anti-Corruption Commission (FEACC).

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Musician Mai Patai Resurfaces From Hibernation

[The Herald] Do you still remember the hit “Mazambara” that rocked the local music scene in the early 2000s? The song is off Voice of Prophecy’s 2002 album titled “Rumbidzwai” and Mai Respina Patai did lead vocals with her distinctive sharp voice.

[The Herald] Do you still remember the hit "Mazambara" that rocked the local music scene in the early 2000s? The song is off Voice of Prophecy's 2002 album titled "Rumbidzwai" and Mai Respina Patai did lead vocals with her distinctive sharp voice.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe