Quota-Starved Bidvest to Sell Fishing Arm

[New Era] Swakopmund -Bidvest Namibia, whose fortunes from the fishing sector have declined considerably after its fishing quota was slashed about four years ago, has confirmed ongoing closed-door discussions to sell off its fishing business unit, Bidv…

[New Era] Swakopmund -Bidvest Namibia, whose fortunes from the fishing sector have declined considerably after its fishing quota was slashed about four years ago, has confirmed ongoing closed-door discussions to sell off its fishing business unit, Bidvest Namibia Fisheries (Bidfish), to Tunacor Fisheries.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Communal Farmers Say They Are to Blame for Depressed Prices

[New Era] Windhoek -A marketing morass. This is how the prevailing persistent situation of livestock marketing in most communal areas of the country can aptly and shortly be described.

[New Era] Windhoek -A marketing morass. This is how the prevailing persistent situation of livestock marketing in most communal areas of the country can aptly and shortly be described.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Aspiring MPs Get Nod to Campaign

[The Herald] Zanu -PF candidates contesting in Sunday’s primary elections have been given the green light to start their campaigns after their respective provincial coordinating committee (PCC) meetings held yesterday. However, for the first time, the …

[The Herald] Zanu -PF candidates contesting in Sunday's primary elections have been given the green light to start their campaigns after their respective provincial coordinating committee (PCC) meetings held yesterday. However, for the first time, the ruling party has made it mandatory for aspiring candidates to jointly sell their policies to the electorate.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Quton Releases New Cotton Hybrid Seed

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s major cotton seed producer Quton, has released new cotton hybrid seed with a higher yield potential compared to current non hybrid varieties, in a move that is set to revive the country’s cotton sector that has been on the decli…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's major cotton seed producer Quton, has released new cotton hybrid seed with a higher yield potential compared to current non hybrid varieties, in a move that is set to revive the country's cotton sector that has been on the decline for years.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Harare Reviews Housing Policy

[The Herald] Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni says the City of Harare had only received $72 million out of the $144 million for the Harare Water and Sanitation Rehabilitation facility from China Eximbank. “The city has drawn down $72 million …

[The Herald] Harare Mayor Councillor Bernard Manyenyeni says the City of Harare had only received $72 million out of the $144 million for the Harare Water and Sanitation Rehabilitation facility from China Eximbank. "The city has drawn down $72 million and so far not the full amount. The city awaits disbursement of the remaining amount to enable the contractor to proceed with works at Warren Control, Alexandra Park and Letombo pump stations well as completion of works at Firle and Crowborough Sewage Works," said Clr Man

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Trade Fair Roars Into Life

[The Herald] The 59th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) kicks off in Bulawayo today with a highly-packed business programme of top-level engagement in what organisers describe as the “biggest” international trade showcase in decades.

[The Herald] The 59th edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair (ZITF) kicks off in Bulawayo today with a highly-packed business programme of top-level engagement in what organisers describe as the "biggest" international trade showcase in decades.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Why We Say Edenezer’

[The Herald] President Emmerson Mnangagwa is best placed to solve Zimbabwe’s problems as he has institutional knowledge and experience to bridge the present and the past for a brighter future, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Lieutenant…

[The Herald] President Emmerson Mnangagwa is best placed to solve Zimbabwe's problems as he has institutional knowledge and experience to bridge the present and the past for a brighter future, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Lieutenant-General (Rtd) Dr Sibusiso Moyo said here yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Government Targets 50 Dams

[The Herald] Zimbabwe is inviting investors to construct 50 dams for the generation of hydroelectricity under the Build Operate and Transfer arrangement, a senior Government official has said. Commissioning the new drilling rigs, support trucks and 140…

[The Herald] Zimbabwe is inviting investors to construct 50 dams for the generation of hydroelectricity under the Build Operate and Transfer arrangement, a senior Government official has said. Commissioning the new drilling rigs, support trucks and 140 motorbikes acquired by Government to assist people in the communal areas with safe water, Environment, Water and Climate Minister Oppah Muchinguri-Kashiri said the country will soon host an international conference where prospective investors will be able to indicate the

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Call for Peaceful Polls

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) says it will not brook mediocrity in its ranks and that all cases of political violence reported before, during and after political parties’ internal polls, including the forthcoming harmonised elections,…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe Republic Police (ZRP) says it will not brook mediocrity in its ranks and that all cases of political violence reported before, during and after political parties' internal polls, including the forthcoming harmonised elections, are dealt with expeditiously and professionally.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

SADC Endorses Zimbabwe’s Pan African Parliament Bid

[The Herald] Sadc has endorsed president of the Zimbabwe Chiefs Council, Senator Chief Fortune Charumbira’s bid to become the president of the Pan African Parliament during elections to be held next month. Chief Charumbira officially launched his bid t…

[The Herald] Sadc has endorsed president of the Zimbabwe Chiefs Council, Senator Chief Fortune Charumbira's bid to become the president of the Pan African Parliament during elections to be held next month. Chief Charumbira officially launched his bid to become PAP's president yesterday at a ceremony attended by African ambassadors accredited to Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe