Retired Judge Teek’s Lawsuit Against Govt Returns to High Court

[New Era] Windhoek -Retired judge Pio Teek – against whose acquittal the State was recently granted bail to appeal – is going ahead with his lawsuit after the matter was referred back to the High Court for retrial.

[New Era] Windhoek -Retired judge Pio Teek - against whose acquittal the State was recently granted bail to appeal - is going ahead with his lawsuit after the matter was referred back to the High Court for retrial.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Tuwei Petitions IEBC to Have Athletes Vote in London

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Athletics Kenya (AK) President Lt. Gen (Rtd) Jackson Tuwei is appealing to the IEBC to make special provision to allow Kenyan athletes participating in the IAAF World Championships in London to vote during the August 8 General Ele…

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Athletics Kenya (AK) President Lt. Gen (Rtd) Jackson Tuwei is appealing to the IEBC to make special provision to allow Kenyan athletes participating in the IAAF World Championships in London to vote during the August 8 General Elections while in the United Kingdom.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Actress Lizz Njagah Furious Over Usage of her Photos to Promote Dating Site

[Nation] Actress Liz Njagah has been left enraged after her photos with her husband Alex Konstantaras were used to promote an online dating site without her authorization.

[Nation] Actress Liz Njagah has been left enraged after her photos with her husband Alex Konstantaras were used to promote an online dating site without her authorization.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Rhinos Face Dynamos Test

[The Herald] BLACK Rhinos coach Stanford “Stix” M’tizwa is relishing the Dynamos test tonight when the impressive army side take on the serial champions in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium under floodlights. The match start…

[The Herald] BLACK Rhinos coach Stanford "Stix" M'tizwa is relishing the Dynamos test tonight when the impressive army side take on the serial champions in a Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium under floodlights. The match starts at 7pm. M'tizwa, who has led the army side to a flying start on their return to the top-flight league this year, yesterday took his players through their paces under floodlights at the Motor Action Sports Club in preparation for this rare evening kick-off.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tax, Police Policies Encourage Tourism

[The Herald] Foreign visitors to Zimbabwe cite three negatives that hinder expansion of this sector, according to the Zimbabwe Council for Tourism: VAT charged on accommodation and meal bills for foreign visitors, difficulty of getting cash from ATMs a…

[The Herald] Foreign visitors to Zimbabwe cite three negatives that hinder expansion of this sector, according to the Zimbabwe Council for Tourism: VAT charged on accommodation and meal bills for foreign visitors, difficulty of getting cash from ATMs and frequent and harsh police roadblocks. Yet the benefits from rising tourism are huge. It is, in effect, an export industry, selling Zimbabwe's many attractions to foreigners yet unlike other natural resources those attractions remain in Zimbabwe to be enjoyed by the nex

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

King Letsie III Hails Great Tourism Potential

[The Herald] Elita Chikwati -Zimbabwe’s tourism sector has the potential to boost the SADC region’s economic growth and there is need to boost ties in the area, with countries like Lesotho to enhance the prospects, visiting King Letsie III of Lesotho s…

[The Herald] Elita Chikwati -Zimbabwe's tourism sector has the potential to boost the SADC region's economic growth and there is need to boost ties in the area, with countries like Lesotho to enhance the prospects, visiting King Letsie III of Lesotho said yesterday. As such, King Letsie III, pledged his country's support to ensure Zimbabwe's tourism sector contributes positively towards the growth of the region's economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho

UN Avails U.S.$1,6 Million for Flood Victims

[The Herald] Praise Bvumbamera -The United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) yesterday donated $1,6 million to Government to assist over 32 000 flood victims in various parts of the country. The UN fund is in addition to $8,2 million alloc…

[The Herald] Praise Bvumbamera -The United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) yesterday donated $1,6 million to Government to assist over 32 000 flood victims in various parts of the country. The UN fund is in addition to $8,2 million allocated last year in response to the severe drought that affected over 4 million Zimbabweans in rural areas.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe