Protesters Vow to Shut Country Down

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWE’S impoverished civil servants will join the social movement in a massive industrial action set to bring the country into a standstill on Monday. The civil servants are protesting non-payment of salaries while the civil socie…

[CAJ News] Harare -ZIMBABWE'S impoverished civil servants will join the social movement in a massive industrial action set to bring the country into a standstill on Monday. The civil servants are protesting non-payment of salaries while the civil society organiations are aggrieved by the worsening social and economic meltdown blamed on the beleaguered administration of President Robert Mugabe and ZANU (PF). Companies are shutting daily as a result of the economic meltdown, which has seen government considering paying civil s

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Partner College of Surgeons On Capacity Building

[Leadership] The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole yesterday disclosed that the Federal Government would partner with West African College of Surgeons (WACS) to train surgeons that would contribute to the improvement of healthcare service in the …

[Leadership] The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole yesterday disclosed that the Federal Government would partner with West African College of Surgeons (WACS) to train surgeons that would contribute to the improvement of healthcare service in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Winky D Takes NAMA Joy to Midlands

[The Herald] Dancehall star Wallace Chirimuko aka Winky D who recently scooped two National Arts Merit Awards, has lined up shows in Midlands province this weekend to celebrate his latest achievement.

[The Herald] Dancehall star Wallace Chirimuko aka Winky D who recently scooped two National Arts Merit Awards, has lined up shows in Midlands province this weekend to celebrate his latest achievement.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Attorney Found Guilty of Fraud, Money Laundering

[SAPS] Henry Coetzee, a 61-year-old practising attorney, has pleaded guilty on 33 charges including fraud, theft and money laundering and his sentence will be handed down by the Kimberley Regional Court on 04 April 2017.

[SAPS] Henry Coetzee, a 61-year-old practising attorney, has pleaded guilty on 33 charges including fraud, theft and money laundering and his sentence will be handed down by the Kimberley Regional Court on 04 April 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Pastor Remains Jailed for Prophesying Mugabe’s Death

[CAJ News] Harare -A ZIMBABWEAN pastor who prophesied the death of President Robert Mugabe will remain behind bars for at least a week longer after a Harare court further remanded him in custody until Wednesday. Pastor Patrick Philip Mugadza of the Rem…

[CAJ News] Harare -A ZIMBABWEAN pastor who prophesied the death of President Robert Mugabe will remain behind bars for at least a week longer after a Harare court further remanded him in custody until Wednesday. Pastor Patrick Philip Mugadza of the Remnant Church in the northwestern Kariba town was arrested following his prophesy, given on January 13, that the veteran leader would die on October 17 this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why Musicians Need to Stop Accepting Low-Paying Gigs

[Observer] In most cases, it is tempting for musicians to turn down money. Why? Because they need it to pay for studio time, take care of personal expenses as well as paying a manager. In this light, musicians sometimes settle for low-paying gigs, even…

[Observer] In most cases, it is tempting for musicians to turn down money. Why? Because they need it to pay for studio time, take care of personal expenses as well as paying a manager. In this light, musicians sometimes settle for low-paying gigs, even if they are A-list artists, forgetting to know that this can lead to a dangerous downward trend that makes people devalue their work.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Revised Whistleblower Policy Will Reinforce UN’s Impunity

[Citizen] The case of Emma Reilly, who works for the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, illustrates how difficult — and perilous — it can be to report criminal, illegal or unethical activities within the UN.

[Citizen] The case of Emma Reilly, who works for the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, illustrates how difficult -- and perilous -- it can be to report criminal, illegal or unethical activities within the UN.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania