Minerals Board Was Forced to Donate to Ruling Party – Report

[New Zimbabwe] Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) officials told the Public Accounts Committee that they were constantly forced to donate towards Zanu PF events during president Robert Mugabe’s era.

[New Zimbabwe] Minerals Marketing Corporation of Zimbabwe (MMCZ) officials told the Public Accounts Committee that they were constantly forced to donate towards Zanu PF events during president Robert Mugabe's era.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Cyril Ramaphosa Meets Chief Executive Officers of State-Owned Companies

[Govt of SA] President Cyril Ramaphosa held brief discussions yesterday, Tuesday 13 March 2018, with Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of a number of state-owned companies.

[Govt of SA] President Cyril Ramaphosa held brief discussions yesterday, Tuesday 13 March 2018, with Chief Executive Officers (CEOs) of a number of state-owned companies.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Varsity Cup Issues Statement On PE Pitch Invasion

[News24Wire] Varsity Cup organisers have issued a statement following the early stoppage due to a pitch invasion of Monday’s clash between the Madibaz and Maties in Port Elizabeth.

[News24Wire] Varsity Cup organisers have issued a statement following the early stoppage due to a pitch invasion of Monday's clash between the Madibaz and Maties in Port Elizabeth.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Civil Society Score Legal Victory Against Ruling Party

[Nyasa Times] The governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) plea to discharge a case where five civil society organisations (CSOs) want the party to pay back K13.5 million it got from parastatals during its dinner and dance dubbed the Blue Night has…

[Nyasa Times] The governing Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) plea to discharge a case where five civil society organisations (CSOs) want the party to pay back K13.5 million it got from parastatals during its dinner and dance dubbed the Blue Night has been dismissed by the High Court in Zomba.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Greenpeace Hammers Numsa Over IPP Interdict

[News24Wire] Environmental activist organisation Greenpeace has condemned the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) for a court interdict preventing 27 contracts with renewable energy independent power producers (IPPs) from being signed.

[News24Wire] Environmental activist organisation Greenpeace has condemned the National Union of Metalworkers of South Africa (Numsa) for a court interdict preventing 27 contracts with renewable energy independent power producers (IPPs) from being signed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

African Poets Pay Homage to Tsvangirai Through E-Collection

[New Zimbabwe] Poets from across Africa have come up with an e-poetry collection in honour of the late MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai who died last month after a long battle with colon cancer.

[New Zimbabwe] Poets from across Africa have come up with an e-poetry collection in honour of the late MDC-T President Morgan Tsvangirai who died last month after a long battle with colon cancer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Copper Boom Is Back, Will Zambia Benefit?

[Daily Maverick] Today, the prices of copper and cobalt, the minerals in which Zambia has the largest stake, have risen at an unprecedented high rate of $7,000 and $80,000 per tonne respectively. This increase in price of these two minerals is a great …

[Daily Maverick] Today, the prices of copper and cobalt, the minerals in which Zambia has the largest stake, have risen at an unprecedented high rate of $7,000 and $80,000 per tonne respectively. This increase in price of these two minerals is a great opportunity for the economy of Zambia. The big question, therefore, is whether Zambia is prepared to draw maximum benefits from the new boom? By CLAUDE KABEMBA and EDWARD LANGE.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Kamwendo, Kanyenda Make Up At Nomads

[Nyasa Times] Former Be Forward Wanderers long serving player Joseph Kamwendo has returned to Lali Lubani Road after reconciling with veteran striker Esau Kanyenda.

[Nyasa Times] Former Be Forward Wanderers long serving player Joseph Kamwendo has returned to Lali Lubani Road after reconciling with veteran striker Esau Kanyenda.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi