Deposit Protection Corporation Pays Out U.S.$3,2 Million to Depositors

[The Herald] The Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) that has so far paid out $3,2 million out of $6,4 million to clients of failed banks, is uncertain of full payment to prejudiced depositors due to chaotic bank databases and client’s lack of knowled…

[The Herald] The Deposit Protection Corporation (DPC) that has so far paid out $3,2 million out of $6,4 million to clients of failed banks, is uncertain of full payment to prejudiced depositors due to chaotic bank databases and client's lack of knowledge of the compensation process.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Investment Authority Clocks U.S.$1 Billion in 3 Months

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) has approved $950 million worth of investment project proposals in the first three months of this year, amid strong renewed investor interest in Zimbabwe following the onset of the new dispensation l…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Investment Authority (ZIA) has approved $950 million worth of investment project proposals in the first three months of this year, amid strong renewed investor interest in Zimbabwe following the onset of the new dispensation late last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare City Council Reviews Payment Systems

[The Herald] Harare City Council is reviewing its systems to ensure swift payment of road contractors, amid reports that workers in its Works Department were demanding kickbacks to process payments to firms repairing the city’s roads.

[The Herald] Harare City Council is reviewing its systems to ensure swift payment of road contractors, amid reports that workers in its Works Department were demanding kickbacks to process payments to firms repairing the city's roads.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

An Oasis of Integrity

[The Herald] NORMAN MATEMERA’S star continues to shine, with the top Zimbabwean referee being highly commended by the Confederation of African Football for resisting attempts to bribe him into influencing the outcome of a Confederation Cup match in Bat…

[The Herald] NORMAN MATEMERA'S star continues to shine, with the top Zimbabwean referee being highly commended by the Confederation of African Football for resisting attempts to bribe him into influencing the outcome of a Confederation Cup match in Bata, Equatorial Guinea last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rugby Union Bask in Sables TV Deal

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Rugby Union have embarked on yet another mission in their turnaround efforts of the domestic game with the association’s leadership unveiling a television channel — Sables TV — which is set to help ratchet support for the na…

[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe Rugby Union have embarked on yet another mission in their turnaround efforts of the domestic game with the association's leadership unveiling a television channel -- Sables TV -- which is set to help ratchet support for the national team's World Cup qualifying campaign.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tanzania Blocks Kenya’s Confectionery Despite On-Going Trade Talks

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya Association of Manufacturers is protesting the refusal by Tanzanian Authorities to allow Kenyan goods from accessing the Tanzanian market.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya Association of Manufacturers is protesting the refusal by Tanzanian Authorities to allow Kenyan goods from accessing the Tanzanian market.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Serengeti Boys Beat Kenya to Seal Cecafa Final Spot

[Daily News] NATIONAL Under-17 team, Serengeti Boys beat Kenya 2-1 to march into the final of the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) Under-17 tournament in Burundi yesterday.

[Daily News] NATIONAL Under-17 team, Serengeti Boys beat Kenya 2-1 to march into the final of the Council for East and Central Africa Football Associations (CECAFA) Under-17 tournament in Burundi yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Coast Residents to Go Without Water As Pump Station Flooded

[Nation] More than one million residents of Kilifi and Mombasa will go without water after the Kilifi-Mariakani Water and Sewerage Company (Kimawasco) on Thursday shut down its water pumps at the Baricho water works.

[Nation] More than one million residents of Kilifi and Mombasa will go without water after the Kilifi-Mariakani Water and Sewerage Company (Kimawasco) on Thursday shut down its water pumps at the Baricho water works.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya