IMF Wants Power Utility to Collect Debts

[The Herald] The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed reservations on Government’s plans to issue $600 million worth of Treasury Bills to clear debts owed to Zesa Holdings by local authorities and state authorities, saying these entities sho…

[The Herald] The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has expressed reservations on Government's plans to issue $600 million worth of Treasury Bills to clear debts owed to Zesa Holdings by local authorities and state authorities, saying these entities should improve their operations and management to avoid debt pile up. In emailed responses to FinX, an online-based service, the IMF said: "The weak financial performance of SOEs (State-owned enterprises) in Zimbabwe constitutes a drain on the Government budget and a signifi

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Footballer Kanyenda to Decide On Future At Polokwane

[Nyasa Times] Forgotten Flames international and Polokwane City Striker Esau Kanyenda is expected to make a decision on whether to leave or sign a new deal at the South Africa Absa Premier Soccer League side in two weeks.

[Nyasa Times] Forgotten Flames international and Polokwane City Striker Esau Kanyenda is expected to make a decision on whether to leave or sign a new deal at the South Africa Absa Premier Soccer League side in two weeks.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Samanja New City Captain

[The Herald] Harare City coach Philani “Beefy” Ncube has appointed midfielder Tendai Samanja as the new captain. Samanja is a former captain at CAPS United. Ncube announced that Raymond Uchena and Edwin Madhanhanga will be the second and third vice cap…

[The Herald] Harare City coach Philani "Beefy" Ncube has appointed midfielder Tendai Samanja as the new captain. Samanja is a former captain at CAPS United. Ncube announced that Raymond Uchena and Edwin Madhanhanga will be the second and third vice captains. Samanja felt very honoured by his new role.

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Bosso Accept PSL Ruling

[The Herald] Highlanders say they have been handed a fair judgment in their latest disciplinary case after they were found not guilty of causing the abandonment of the match against FC Platinum at Mandava and the result was allowed to stand at 1-1. The…

[The Herald] Highlanders say they have been handed a fair judgment in their latest disciplinary case after they were found not guilty of causing the abandonment of the match against FC Platinum at Mandava and the result was allowed to stand at 1-1. The judgment was a huge relief for the club which lost all the points in their abandoned game against Dynamos.

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Kenya’s Gor Mahia to Play English Premier Giants Everton

[Daily News] At last, Gor Mahia won a ticket to host English Premier League (EPL) giants Everton FC next month, thanks to a 3-0 triumph over AFC Leopards in SportPesa Super Cup finals at Uhuru Stadium I Dar es Salaam yesterday.

[Daily News] At last, Gor Mahia won a ticket to host English Premier League (EPL) giants Everton FC next month, thanks to a 3-0 triumph over AFC Leopards in SportPesa Super Cup finals at Uhuru Stadium I Dar es Salaam yesterday.

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Govt Will Not Hesitate to Fire Lazy Teachers – Minister Dokora

[The Herald] Hurungwe -Government will not hesitate to fire lazy teachers and replace them with 16 000 trained teachers on its waiting list as it moves to improve quality service under the new curriculum. This was said by Primary and Secondary Educatio…

[The Herald] Hurungwe -Government will not hesitate to fire lazy teachers and replace them with 16 000 trained teachers on its waiting list as it moves to improve quality service under the new curriculum. This was said by Primary and Secondary Education Minister Dr Lazarus Dokora yesterday while officiating at a ceremony organised by Hurungwe East MP Cde Sarah Mahoka to celebrate development achieved in schools in her constituency.

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Information Law to Boost Transparency in Councils – Govt

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi, has lauded the newly passed access to information (ATI) law saying it is going to improve transparency and accountability in the way public funds are used in councils.

[Nyasa Times] Minister of Information and Communications Technology, Nicholas Dausi, has lauded the newly passed access to information (ATI) law saying it is going to improve transparency and accountability in the way public funds are used in councils.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi