Japanese Envoy Hosts Karate Championship in Lilongwe

[Nyasa Times] The Embassy of Japan is set to host the first Japanese Karate Championship tournament scheduled to take place on October 21 at Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe.

[Nyasa Times] The Embassy of Japan is set to host the first Japanese Karate Championship tournament scheduled to take place on October 21 at Kamuzu Institute for Sports in Lilongwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Dar Envoy Calls for More Business Links With China

[Daily News] TANZANIA Ambassador to China has advised the Ministry of Agriculture to fully exploit opportunities on offer from Chinese experts in efforts to supply dry cassava to the Asian nation.

[Daily News] TANZANIA Ambassador to China has advised the Ministry of Agriculture to fully exploit opportunities on offer from Chinese experts in efforts to supply dry cassava to the Asian nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

National Railways Must Be Wary of Populist Trappings

[The Herald] It’s heartening to note that Government has finally approved the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) deal, even though after some worrying hiccups. Had it been allowed to flounder and collapse in the same manner the Ziscosteel-Essar deal f…

[The Herald] It's heartening to note that Government has finally approved the National Railways of Zimbabwe (NRZ) deal, even though after some worrying hiccups. Had it been allowed to flounder and collapse in the same manner the Ziscosteel-Essar deal fell through, especially after such an elaborate tender process overseen arguably by a blockbuster team consisting of different teams from different Government departments, this would have sent negative signals to investment capitals.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tour Operators Launch Programme to Protect Wildebeest in Serengeti

[Daily News] TOUR operators have launched ‘De-snaring programme’, which aims at fighting against the rampant snares set by local bush meat mongers to catch massive wildlife within the country’s flagship park of Serengeti.

[Daily News] TOUR operators have launched 'De-snaring programme', which aims at fighting against the rampant snares set by local bush meat mongers to catch massive wildlife within the country's flagship park of Serengeti.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Football Body to Meet Over Warriors Coach

[The Herald] ZIFA are set to take a huge step towards settling for a substantive coach for the Warriors when the Association’s executive meets in the capital on Friday to deliberate on the senior national team’s technical department.

[The Herald] ZIFA are set to take a huge step towards settling for a substantive coach for the Warriors when the Association's executive meets in the capital on Friday to deliberate on the senior national team's technical department.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sulu Plans Mid-Week Party

[The Herald] Dendera musician Suluman Chimbetu has mentioned The Volt as one of his biggest hunting grounds. The uptown joint has hosted the musician on several occasions and the response has been overwhelming. On that note, Sulu is scheduled to perfor…

[The Herald] Dendera musician Suluman Chimbetu has mentioned The Volt as one of his biggest hunting grounds. The uptown joint has hosted the musician on several occasions and the response has been overwhelming. On that note, Sulu is scheduled to perform at the venue for a show dubbed "Dendera Summer Jamboree" on Thursday next week. It's a special show for Sulu to his fans, and he will perform part of the new songs. Since the release of album "Jamboree" the musician is basking in glory with song "Alice Mbewe" being an i

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Concourt and the Avoidance Doctrine

[The Herald] My last article discussed, with respect, how the Concourt (the court) wrongly treated the subsidiarity and avoidance doctrines as two separate pillars in the case of Zinyemba v Minister of Lands. For starters, the reasons for the judgment …

[The Herald] My last article discussed, with respect, how the Concourt (the court) wrongly treated the subsidiarity and avoidance doctrines as two separate pillars in the case of Zinyemba v Minister of Lands. For starters, the reasons for the judgment provide useful insights into how a court decision would have been arrived at.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Heatwave Sparks Health Warnings as Temperatures Soar

[The Herald] Some parts of the country experienced record-breaking high temperatures yesterday as Zimbabwe came under the spell of a heatwave that is also expected to affect the country today, the Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has said. MSD …

[The Herald] Some parts of the country experienced record-breaking high temperatures yesterday as Zimbabwe came under the spell of a heatwave that is also expected to affect the country today, the Meteorological Services Department (MSD) has said. MSD forecaster Mr James Ngoma yesterday said very hot temperatures were recorded in Nyanga, where they topped 38 degrees Celsius, up from the previous record of 32 degrees Celsius.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe