Masakadza’s Last Chance

[The Herald] After making a late debut at the ICC Cricket World Cup three years ago, Zimbabwe’s veteran batsman Hamilton Masakadza is looking to maximise on the forthcoming qualifying tournament at home to carve himself a last dance on the big stage.

[The Herald] After making a late debut at the ICC Cricket World Cup three years ago, Zimbabwe's veteran batsman Hamilton Masakadza is looking to maximise on the forthcoming qualifying tournament at home to carve himself a last dance on the big stage.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

PSF Postpones National Level Elections

[New Times] Elections for the national executive committee of the Private Sector Federation (PSF), which were expected to be held yesterday, have been postponed to Friday February 23. According to the PSF chairperson of the organising committee, Felix …

[New Times] Elections for the national executive committee of the Private Sector Federation (PSF), which were expected to be held yesterday, have been postponed to Friday February 23. According to the PSF chairperson of the organising committee, Felix Mutagoma, the poll was postponed on request of the electorate. Mutagoma said most voters come from the provinces and requested for the rescheduling of the voting from mid-week to Friday "as they need about two days to participate in the exercise. So, we postponed the pol

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Local Refineries Even At Full Capacity Not Sufficient for Nigeria’s Fuel Consumption – Expert

[Premium Times] A professor of petroleum engineering at the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurum (FUPRE), Ogbarode Napoleon, has said that petrol production by the local refineries will not be sufficient for local consumption by 2020.

[Premium Times] A professor of petroleum engineering at the Federal University of Petroleum Resources Effurum (FUPRE), Ogbarode Napoleon, has said that petrol production by the local refineries will not be sufficient for local consumption by 2020.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt, EU in Save Valley Ownership Talks

[The Herald] Masvingo -Government has initiated talks with the European Union to rectify the skewed ownership structure at the wild-life rich Save Valley Conservancy in the south east Lowveld, which is dominated by foreign players.

[The Herald] Masvingo -Government has initiated talks with the European Union to rectify the skewed ownership structure at the wild-life rich Save Valley Conservancy in the south east Lowveld, which is dominated by foreign players.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Govt Committed to Ensuring Modernisation of Rail System’

[The Herald] We publish here the speech delivered by President Mnangagwa when he officially received the first batch of rail equipment on behalf of NRZ and the Government in Bulawayo yesterday.

[The Herald] We publish here the speech delivered by President Mnangagwa when he officially received the first batch of rail equipment on behalf of NRZ and the Government in Bulawayo yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Pair Fined for Possession of Army Fatigue

[The Herald] Two Chitungwiza men have been fined $50 each after being found in illegal possession of military camouflage. Cosmas Gwanzura (23) and Spencer Tembo (23) risk serving 25 days in prison if they fail to pay the fine.

[The Herald] Two Chitungwiza men have been fined $50 each after being found in illegal possession of military camouflage. Cosmas Gwanzura (23) and Spencer Tembo (23) risk serving 25 days in prison if they fail to pay the fine.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Akeredolu’s Government Will Harness Available Resources for Greatness, Says Ondo SSG

[Guardian] Akure -As Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu marks one year anniversary in Ondo State, Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Ifedayo Abegunde, has assured that the administration would deliver bountiful dividends of democracy to the people.

[Guardian] Akure -As Governor Oluwarotimi Akeredolu marks one year anniversary in Ondo State, Secretary to the State Government (SSG), Ifedayo Abegunde, has assured that the administration would deliver bountiful dividends of democracy to the people.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

FC Platinum Bundled Out of Champs League

[The Herald] FC PLATINUM coach Norman Mapeza refused to bury his head in shame after bowing out of the CAF Champions League at the preliminary hurdle “claiming only those in football will understand what hit his team” at Mandava yesterday.

[The Herald] FC PLATINUM coach Norman Mapeza refused to bury his head in shame after bowing out of the CAF Champions League at the preliminary hurdle "claiming only those in football will understand what hit his team" at Mandava yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe