Mteki Carves Sculpture for President

[The Herald] Renowned sculptor and musician Bryn Taurai Mteki, who is popularly known as Sekurutau, has honoured President Mugabe with a bronze three-dimensional sculpture.

[The Herald] Renowned sculptor and musician Bryn Taurai Mteki, who is popularly known as Sekurutau, has honoured President Mugabe with a bronze three-dimensional sculpture.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zim Should Take a Leaf From America On Sellouts

[The Herald] Zanu-PF should take a leaf from the way the Americans are treating the case of Attorney-General, Mr Jeff Sessions, who is under fire for clandestinely meeting with the Russian ambassador, whose country the US accuses of seeking to influenc…

[The Herald] Zanu-PF should take a leaf from the way the Americans are treating the case of Attorney-General, Mr Jeff Sessions, who is under fire for clandestinely meeting with the Russian ambassador, whose country the US accuses of seeking to influence last year's elections, political analysts have said. Russia has scoffed at the US claims with analysts rapping Washington for hypocrisy, saying the US always interferes in elections in developing world countries that do not toe the US line.

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Man ‘Sets’ Wife On Fire As Son (7) Watches

[The Herald] A Gweru man allegedly doused his wife with paraffin and set her on fire, resulting in her death while the couple’s seven-year-old son watched. Eddy Mpofu was allegedly angry after his wife, Bongani Nyathi, received a message on her phone. …

[The Herald] A Gweru man allegedly doused his wife with paraffin and set her on fire, resulting in her death while the couple's seven-year-old son watched. Eddy Mpofu was allegedly angry after his wife, Bongani Nyathi, received a message on her phone. The boy testified that he saw his father dousing his mother with paraffin before setting her alight, but Mpofu maintained that his wife committed suicide.

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Mazara Reports Chivayo to Police

[The Herald] Controversial city businessman Wicknell Chivayo has been reported to the police for allegedly insulting Sunday Mail Features and Opinions Editor Garikai Mazara. The matter was reported under case number CR 2607/2/2017 at Harare Central Pol…

[The Herald] Controversial city businessman Wicknell Chivayo has been reported to the police for allegedly insulting Sunday Mail Features and Opinions Editor Garikai Mazara. The matter was reported under case number CR 2607/2/2017 at Harare Central Police Station yesterday.

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More Than 1 Million Children Affected By Drought in Kenya – Unicef

[Unicef] Nairobi -The onset of a severe drought in 2016 has hit arid and semi-arid regions in Kenya, affecting over 2.7 million people. UNICEF is supporting the Government of Kenya in initiating and implementing emergency response efforts by delivering…

[Unicef] Nairobi -The onset of a severe drought in 2016 has hit arid and semi-arid regions in Kenya, affecting over 2.7 million people. UNICEF is supporting the Government of Kenya in initiating and implementing emergency response efforts by delivering life-saving assistance to affected households, strengthening coordination activities, assisting in monitoring of vulnerable groups and in advocacy.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Outlawing of Child Beating Draws Mixed Reactions

[The Herald] Christian and traditional leaders have slammed the recent High Court decision outlawing the beating of children at school and in homes, saying it had an effect of spoiling the children and promoting indiscipline in the country.

[The Herald] Christian and traditional leaders have slammed the recent High Court decision outlawing the beating of children at school and in homes, saying it had an effect of spoiling the children and promoting indiscipline in the country.

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New Twist in Human Trafficking Saga

[The Herald] A Kuwait human trafficking victim yesterday fled court after she was intimidated by relatives of a 30-year-old woman accused of recruiting her and seven others before exporting them to the Arab country.

[The Herald] A Kuwait human trafficking victim yesterday fled court after she was intimidated by relatives of a 30-year-old woman accused of recruiting her and seven others before exporting them to the Arab country.

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