Warriors Regroup for Brave Warriors Match

[The Herald] ZIFA technical director Wilson Mutekede has chosen to remain “positive in disappointment” as he leads the Warriors in their second friendly match against Namibia in the Dr Hage Geingob Cup tomorrow. The Warriors, who lost 0-1 to Lesotho in…

[The Herald] ZIFA technical director Wilson Mutekede has chosen to remain "positive in disappointment" as he leads the Warriors in their second friendly match against Namibia in the Dr Hage Geingob Cup tomorrow. The Warriors, who lost 0-1 to Lesotho in their first friendly match on Wednesday, arrived back home last night and look to regroup ahead of the trip to Namibia later today.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Gweru Needs U.S.$30 Million for Sewer

[The Herald] Gweru City Council requires $30 million to overhaul its sewer system, which is failing to meet the demand of the city’s growing population. The city has two sewer plants Cambridgeshire and Outfall. Outfall is not functioning at the moment….

[The Herald] Gweru City Council requires $30 million to overhaul its sewer system, which is failing to meet the demand of the city's growing population. The city has two sewer plants Cambridgeshire and Outfall. Outfall is not functioning at the moment. Gweru Town Clerk, Ms Elizabeth Gwatipedza, confirmed the development in an interview on Tuesday. She said the sewer system was over 50 years old. It is now obsolete and is constantly blocked.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Cran Blocks MTC Shares Sale

[Namibian] THE Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia this week blocked a plan by government to buy 34% of mobile telecommunications giant MTC in a deal worth over N$3 billion.

[Namibian] THE Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia this week blocked a plan by government to buy 34% of mobile telecommunications giant MTC in a deal worth over N$3 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia