Judo Boss Pearson to Represent Nation in Morocco

[The Herald] Judo Association of Zimbabwe technical director Steve Pearson is next week expected to fly out to Morocco for a technical course organised by the African Judo Union.

[The Herald] Judo Association of Zimbabwe technical director Steve Pearson is next week expected to fly out to Morocco for a technical course organised by the African Judo Union.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Football Legend Peter Ndlovu Not Yet Ready for Warriors Job

[The Herald] Peter Ndlovu has ruled himself out of reckoning for the vacant of Warriors coaching post, saying he is not yet ready to take over the reins in this high pressure job.

[The Herald] Peter Ndlovu has ruled himself out of reckoning for the vacant of Warriors coaching post, saying he is not yet ready to take over the reins in this high pressure job.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Journalists’ Open Letter On Red Pepper Attack

[Observer] Something unprecedented in the history of media repression in Uganda is happening to Pepper Publications Ltd, the publishers of Red Pepper and affiliated media platforms.

[Observer] Something unprecedented in the history of media repression in Uganda is happening to Pepper Publications Ltd, the publishers of Red Pepper and affiliated media platforms.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Supporting Govt’s Reform Agenda

[The Herald] Sovereignty cannot be enjoyed in a context of abject poverty and disease. These have a tendency to undermine any form of dignity anyone has. When we got our independence people had expectations and aspirations. Some were met , a lot more w…

[The Herald] Sovereignty cannot be enjoyed in a context of abject poverty and disease. These have a tendency to undermine any form of dignity anyone has. When we got our independence people had expectations and aspirations. Some were met , a lot more were not. A few years later, the expectations turned into frustrations.This is what the President has been hammering about.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Sets Aside U.S.$139 Million for Infrastructure

[The Herald] Government has set aside a cumulative budget of $139 million for rail, road and air projects to improve and rehabilitate the country’s transport network infrastructure to enhance their efficiency.

[The Herald] Government has set aside a cumulative budget of $139 million for rail, road and air projects to improve and rehabilitate the country's transport network infrastructure to enhance their efficiency.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Silicosis – Department of Mineral Resources Slams ‘Lawyers Who Loot’

[GroundUp] Why is the Department of Mineral Resources trying to muscle in on the trust fund to be set up to compensate mineworkers with silicosis? Deputy minister Godfrey Oliphant says it’s to prevent looting by lawyers appointed by courts as trustees….

[GroundUp] Why is the Department of Mineral Resources trying to muscle in on the trust fund to be set up to compensate mineworkers with silicosis? Deputy minister Godfrey Oliphant says it's to prevent looting by lawyers appointed by courts as trustees. But previous attempts by the state to interfere in trusts set up through private settlement of disputes of this kind have been kicked out by the courts. Pete Lewis reports.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Dakuku Accuses Wike of Financing Campaign Against SARS

[This Day] The Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dakuku Peterside, yesterday accused Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, of being a beneficiary of crime in the state for his alleged involvement in the camp…

[This Day] The Director General, Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency (NIMASA), Dakuku Peterside, yesterday accused Governor Nyesom Wike of Rivers State, of being a beneficiary of crime in the state for his alleged involvement in the campaign to end the impunity of operatives of the Special Anti Robbery Squad (SARS) of the Nigeria Police.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria