Of Jonathan Moyo and the Gollum Effect

[The Herald] Many people have been wondering what really is going on with Higher Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo lately as he has picked a vicious fight with the country’s army generals, topping up his notorious acrimony with Vice President …

[The Herald] Many people have been wondering what really is going on with Higher Education Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo lately as he has picked a vicious fight with the country's army generals, topping up his notorious acrimony with Vice President Emmerson Mnangagwa, whom he calls a successionist angling to illegally take over from President Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Call to Sharpen Journalists’ Training

[The Herald] The Herald Managing Editor, Victoria Ruzvidzo, has challenged media training institutions to lead in research and guard against producing half-baked journalists. She made the remarks while addressing a media and business conference in Hara…

[The Herald] The Herald Managing Editor, Victoria Ruzvidzo, has challenged media training institutions to lead in research and guard against producing half-baked journalists. She made the remarks while addressing a media and business conference in Harare yesterday. "Zimbabwe's media schools are not producing journalists, they are churning out half-baked reporters. Strict sense reporters just report. Journalists record, report, analyse and investigate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Family in Pain As April Crash Victims Still Unidentified

[New Era] Windhoek -The family of the driver and three other relatives who burnt beyond recognition following a tragic accident in April have not yet found closure, as they are still awaiting the results of DNA tests performed on the remains of the vic…

[New Era] Windhoek -The family of the driver and three other relatives who burnt beyond recognition following a tragic accident in April have not yet found closure, as they are still awaiting the results of DNA tests performed on the remains of the victims.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

All Stages Are Important in Tobacco Production

[The Herald] There is a 21 percent increase in the number of growers who sold their tobacco this marketing season compared to the 2016 season. A total of 95 829 growers sold their tobacco this marketing season compared to 74 575 last season.

[The Herald] There is a 21 percent increase in the number of growers who sold their tobacco this marketing season compared to the 2016 season. A total of 95 829 growers sold their tobacco this marketing season compared to 74 575 last season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Old Sewerage System a Constant Headache for Locals

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -Residents of Keetmanshoop, especially those in Tseiblaagte area, are complaining of a heavy sewerage stench around their homes but the municipality says the sewerage problem is not only a headache for residents but it as well.

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -Residents of Keetmanshoop, especially those in Tseiblaagte area, are complaining of a heavy sewerage stench around their homes but the municipality says the sewerage problem is not only a headache for residents but it as well.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Convicted Angolan Drug Dealer Back in Court

[New Era] Windhoek -An Angolan national who was convicted of dealing in drugs in 2015 made an appearance in the Windhoek District Court, Katutura in preparation for a hearing following an attempt by the State to seize his possessions.

[New Era] Windhoek -An Angolan national who was convicted of dealing in drugs in 2015 made an appearance in the Windhoek District Court, Katutura in preparation for a hearing following an attempt by the State to seize his possessions.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

PSL Defer Derby

[The Herald] Giants Dynamos and CAPS United will have to wait for another day before they can meet in the Castle Lager Premiership after the Harare Derby, which had been slotted for this Sunday, was postponed for the second time.

[The Herald] Giants Dynamos and CAPS United will have to wait for another day before they can meet in the Castle Lager Premiership after the Harare Derby, which had been slotted for this Sunday, was postponed for the second time.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

School Pleads for Potable Water

[New Era] Omeyantalala -Teachers and learners of Omeyantalala Combined School in the Okankolo Constituency are pleading with government to provide the school with clean drinking water. Currently water is fetched from villages nearly five kilometres fro…

[New Era] Omeyantalala -Teachers and learners of Omeyantalala Combined School in the Okankolo Constituency are pleading with government to provide the school with clean drinking water. Currently water is fetched from villages nearly five kilometres from the school.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Painful Exit for Kenya’s 400m Hurdlers at Kasarani

[Nation] Kenya’s Leah Jeruto might have ran a personal best of 1:01.11 in the girls’ 400m hurdles in the IAAF World Under-18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Stadium, Kasarani on Thursday, but it was not enough to get her into the se…

[Nation] Kenya's Leah Jeruto might have ran a personal best of 1:01.11 in the girls' 400m hurdles in the IAAF World Under-18 Championship at the Moi International Sports Centre Stadium, Kasarani on Thursday, but it was not enough to get her into the semi-finals.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya