Telling Rwanda’s Genocide Story

[East African] As April comes to an end and Rwandans enter the final week of the official month of mourning and commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Eric Kabera, the unofficial national archivist and keeper of the genocide record throu…

[East African] As April comes to an end and Rwandans enter the final week of the official month of mourning and commemoration of the 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi, Eric Kabera, the unofficial national archivist and keeper of the genocide record through film, spoke with The EastAfrican on his life and journey as a filmmaker, and how his chosen profession is intertwined with Rwanda's dark history.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Warriors Coach Chidzambwa to Consider Musona for Cosafa Cup

[The Herald] WARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa says he will consider some of his first team regulars, including the pair of Knowledge Musona and Khama Billiat, for this year’s COSAFA Castle Cup in South Africa. The coach fielded a number of South Africa…

[The Herald] WARRIORS coach Sunday Chidzambwa says he will consider some of his first team regulars, including the pair of Knowledge Musona and Khama Billiat, for this year's COSAFA Castle Cup in South Africa. The coach fielded a number of South Africa-based players in his team last year which won the tournament after defeating Zambia 3-1 in the final.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Double Blow for Caps Utd

[The Herald] CAPS United have suffered a double setback ahead of their tricky tie against plucky Nichrut at Ascot tomorrow as they will be without their midfield workhorse Kudzi Nyamupfukudza and striker Abasarim Chidiebere due to suspension and injury.

[The Herald] CAPS United have suffered a double setback ahead of their tricky tie against plucky Nichrut at Ascot tomorrow as they will be without their midfield workhorse Kudzi Nyamupfukudza and striker Abasarim Chidiebere due to suspension and injury.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt to Open Up the Airwaves

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT will soon craft a law that will accommodate new broadcasting players as well as protect content producers in the new digital era, a senior official said yesterday. Speaking at the end of a tour of digital broadcasting transmissi…

[The Herald] GOVERNMENT will soon craft a law that will accommodate new broadcasting players as well as protect content producers in the new digital era, a senior official said yesterday. Speaking at the end of a tour of digital broadcasting transmission sites in Matabeleland North at Kenmaur, Lupane, Secretary for Information, Media and Broadcasting Services Mr George Charamba said the Government's conviction was on limiting entry barriers and facilitating infrastructure sharing.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

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