U.S.$1,1 Billion Required for Water Infrastructure

[The Herald] The City of Harare needs at least $300 million to fully fix its water and sewer reticulation infrastructure to meet the ever increasing demands of its growing residential base over the next two to three years.

[The Herald] The City of Harare needs at least $300 million to fully fix its water and sewer reticulation infrastructure to meet the ever increasing demands of its growing residential base over the next two to three years.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mnangagwa, Weah Headline Business Forum

[New Zimbabwe] At least 1,200 business leaders, international investors and policy makers will give an ear to President Emmerson Mnangagwa as he presents his ideas for revitalizing the distressed Zimbabwean economy at the Africa CEO Forum in Abidjan th…

[New Zimbabwe] At least 1,200 business leaders, international investors and policy makers will give an ear to President Emmerson Mnangagwa as he presents his ideas for revitalizing the distressed Zimbabwean economy at the Africa CEO Forum in Abidjan this March.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Faulty Business Models, Policies Shrink Air Travel Market, Survival of Airlines

[Guardian] Beyond the prevailing harsh operating environment, the faulty business models airlines’ operators often adopt may be responsible for the perennial low market penetration and short lifespan of local carriers in the country, findings by The Gu…

[Guardian] Beyond the prevailing harsh operating environment, the faulty business models airlines' operators often adopt may be responsible for the perennial low market penetration and short lifespan of local carriers in the country, findings by The Guardian has shown.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

$12b Trans-Saharan Gas Project to Miss 2018 Deadline

[Guardian] The $12 billion Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline Project (TSGP), expected to help Nigeria achieve zero gas flaring by 2020, remains an illusion, 17 years after it was conceived.

[Guardian] The $12 billion Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline Project (TSGP), expected to help Nigeria achieve zero gas flaring by 2020, remains an illusion, 17 years after it was conceived.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Billiat, Musona Ruled Out of Tournament

[The Herald] Warriors skipper Knowledge Musona and midfield star Khama Billiat have been ruled out of the four-nation tournament to be hosted by neighbours Zambia next week as injuries have reduced coach Sunday Chidzambwa’s options. The duo have missed…

[The Herald] Warriors skipper Knowledge Musona and midfield star Khama Billiat have been ruled out of the four-nation tournament to be hosted by neighbours Zambia next week as injuries have reduced coach Sunday Chidzambwa's options. The duo have missed important games for their teams of late because of injuries.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

In Benue, Buhari Finds IGP Idris Defied Relocation Order

[Guardian] Two months after he directed Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris (IGP) to relocate to Benue State and stop killings by herdsmen, President Muhammadu Buhari discovered only yesterday that his order was not carried out.

[Guardian] Two months after he directed Inspector General of Police Ibrahim Idris (IGP) to relocate to Benue State and stop killings by herdsmen, President Muhammadu Buhari discovered only yesterday that his order was not carried out.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Education Ministry Rejects Involvement in Grace Mugabe Degree

[New Zimbabwe] The ministry of higher and tertiary education has distanced itself from the controversial awarding of a PhD degree to former First Lady Grace Mugabe by the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) vice chancellor Levi Nyagura.

[New Zimbabwe] The ministry of higher and tertiary education has distanced itself from the controversial awarding of a PhD degree to former First Lady Grace Mugabe by the University of Zimbabwe (UZ) vice chancellor Levi Nyagura.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

School Head Accused of Raping, Expelling Victim

[The Herald] The headmaster of Seventh Day Adventist-run Anderson High School in Gweru is facing arrest after he allegedly sodomised a pupil before expelling him in an attempt to conceal the crime.

[The Herald] The headmaster of Seventh Day Adventist-run Anderson High School in Gweru is facing arrest after he allegedly sodomised a pupil before expelling him in an attempt to conceal the crime.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe