Archbishop of Canterbury Visits Refugee Camps in Uganda

[Monitor] Kampala -The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who is currently visiting two refugee camps in West Nile, is scheduled to meet President Museveni later on Wednesday before returning to the United Kingdom.

[Monitor] Kampala -The Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby, who is currently visiting two refugee camps in West Nile, is scheduled to meet President Museveni later on Wednesday before returning to the United Kingdom.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Four Brand New Ford Cars Stolen

[The Herald] Mpumalanga -A case of business robbery is being investigated after a Ford dealership in Barberton was robbed of four brand new cars worth nearly R2m, Mpumalanga police said yesterday. Sergeant Gerald Sedibe said the cars three Ford Rangers…

[The Herald] Mpumalanga -A case of business robbery is being investigated after a Ford dealership in Barberton was robbed of four brand new cars worth nearly R2m, Mpumalanga police said yesterday. Sergeant Gerald Sedibe said the cars three Ford Rangers and a Ford Everest were stolen just after midnight on Sunday, July 30. "Police have launched a manhunt for the syndicate that had robbed a Ford dealership in Barberton," he said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

42% Rural Pupils Out of School

[The Herald] Forty-two percent of children in rural areas are not in school due to long distances and other hardships they face. According to the latest Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee (ZimVAC) report, there is also a worrying number of chi…

[The Herald] Forty-two percent of children in rural areas are not in school due to long distances and other hardships they face. According to the latest Zimbabwe Vulnerability Assessment Committee (ZimVAC) report, there is also a worrying number of children not going to school at seven percent due to different illnesses. "The proportion of children not attending school due to illness is a cause for concern. We recommend the prioritisation of resource allocation towards the strengthening of the School Feeding and School

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

City Cancels Former Town Clerk Mushore’s Contract

[The Herald] MDC-T-led Harare City Council has finally terminated the contract of former NMBZ Bank chief executive Mr James Mushore and the former banker will smile all the way to the bank as the municipality owes him over $165 000 in salary arrears an…

[The Herald] MDC-T-led Harare City Council has finally terminated the contract of former NMBZ Bank chief executive Mr James Mushore and the former banker will smile all the way to the bank as the municipality owes him over $165 000 in salary arrears and benefits. Mr Mushore could have pocketed a cool $251 400 if council had continued with him as town clerk. The city is now expected to appoint a new town clerk.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Two Children Killed By Fuel Tanker Outside Kindergarten

[Monitor] Two children from the same family were crushed beyond recognition by a fuel tanker that knocked them as they waited to enter the premises of Waterloo International Kindergarten in Seeta on Wednesday morning.

[Monitor] Two children from the same family were crushed beyond recognition by a fuel tanker that knocked them as they waited to enter the premises of Waterloo International Kindergarten in Seeta on Wednesday morning.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Concourt to Decide On Informer’s Immunity

[The Herald] A Harare magistrate on Tuesday referred to the Constitutional Court, the legal battle for immunity of an informer who exposed crime involving senior police officers and members of the Central Intelligence Organisation. The official informe…

[The Herald] A Harare magistrate on Tuesday referred to the Constitutional Court, the legal battle for immunity of an informer who exposed crime involving senior police officers and members of the Central Intelligence Organisation. The official informer, Delish Nguwaya (32), is accusing the police of hoodwinking him into giving up self-incriminating information which they used to charge him with three others.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Activist Arrested For Stoning Army Bus

[The Herald] Police have arrested an MDC-T activist for allegedly stoning a Zimbabwe National Defence College bus at the intersection of Nelson Mandela Avenue and Angwa Street, near the party’s Harvest House headquarters. Moses Mwanjira emerged from a …

[The Herald] Police have arrested an MDC-T activist for allegedly stoning a Zimbabwe National Defence College bus at the intersection of Nelson Mandela Avenue and Angwa Street, near the party's Harvest House headquarters. Moses Mwanjira emerged from a riotous crowd and threw a stone, hitting the bus' windscreen. He appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Tracy Muzondi facing charges of malicious damage to property and was remanded to August 7 on $100 bail.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Woman Scalds Husband With Oil

[The Herald] An extramarital affair has left an Epworth man with a deformed face after his wife splashed hot cooking oil on his face. Rumbidzai Mandivenga (19) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Josephine Sande facing attempted murder allegations.

[The Herald] An extramarital affair has left an Epworth man with a deformed face after his wife splashed hot cooking oil on his face. Rumbidzai Mandivenga (19) appeared before Harare magistrate Ms Josephine Sande facing attempted murder allegations.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Sanctions Won’t Stop De-Mining’

[The Herald] Illegal sanctions imposed by Western countries which led to the withdrawal of support for the clearance of landmines will not stop the work being done by the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) along the Zimbabwe-Mozambique border. The landmines …

[The Herald] Illegal sanctions imposed by Western countries which led to the withdrawal of support for the clearance of landmines will not stop the work being done by the Zimbabwe National Army (ZNA) along the Zimbabwe-Mozambique border. The landmines were planted by Rhodesian forces in a futile attempt to deter liberation war fighters from crossing into the country from their rare bases in Mozambique.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe