Hospital Cuts Services to Inmates

[The Herald] The health of ailing prisoners has been compromised following the decision by Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals (PGH) to deny them treatment until it is paid almost $600 000 owed by the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS). The …

[The Herald] The health of ailing prisoners has been compromised following the decision by Parirenyatwa Group of Hospitals (PGH) to deny them treatment until it is paid almost $600 000 owed by the Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services (ZPCS). The debt dates back to 2012, and is inclusive of services rendered to prisoners, prison officers and their dependants. ZPCS' concern has been on the welfare of the inmates since prison officers could access healthcare elsewhere.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Change Mindset On Gender Based Violence – Mutsvangwa

[The Herald] Stakeholders from various sectors must continuously engage victims and perpetrators of Gender Based Violence (GBV) to change their mindsets, prevent future incidents and protect non-perpetrators from adopting the vice, an official has said.

[The Herald] Stakeholders from various sectors must continuously engage victims and perpetrators of Gender Based Violence (GBV) to change their mindsets, prevent future incidents and protect non-perpetrators from adopting the vice, an official has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Casablanca, 2.325 Kg of Coke Removed From Stomach of Congolese, Police

[MAP] Rabat -A quantity of 2.325 kg of cocaine was removed from the stomach of a Congolese national, Thursday at the Ibn Rochd University Hospital of Casablanca, said the National Police (DGSN).

[MAP] Rabat -A quantity of 2.325 kg of cocaine was removed from the stomach of a Congolese national, Thursday at the Ibn Rochd University Hospital of Casablanca, said the National Police (DGSN).

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Dad Allegedly Axes Son to Death

[The Herald] Police here have arrested a man who allegedly struck his son with an axe, while accusing him of being disrespectful. According to police provincial spokesperson Inspector Charity Mazula, Lucas Sithole (50) of Clipsham Farm under Chief Char…

[The Herald] Police here have arrested a man who allegedly struck his son with an axe, while accusing him of being disrespectful. According to police provincial spokesperson Inspector Charity Mazula, Lucas Sithole (50) of Clipsham Farm under Chief Charumbira, handed himself to the police after striking his son twice with the axe on the head. Insp Mazula urged families to resolve their differences amicably.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Lawmakers Now Stop Approval of PSC Hopefuls

[Nation] MPs opposed to their party leaders’ nominees to the Parliamentary Service Commission scored a big victory by stopping the approval of the names by the House Thursday.

[Nation] MPs opposed to their party leaders' nominees to the Parliamentary Service Commission scored a big victory by stopping the approval of the names by the House Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Teachers Now Want Performance-Based Pay Included in Salary Review

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Nine out of 10 teachers in trial schools support the idea of a performance-based pay, a new report by a nongovernmental organisation, Twaweza shows.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Nine out of 10 teachers in trial schools support the idea of a performance-based pay, a new report by a nongovernmental organisation, Twaweza shows.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

No One Above Ruling Party Constitution – President Mnangagwa

[The Herald] Acting Secretary, Members of the Central Committee, Party Officials, Comrades. I warmly welcome you to this session of our Central Committee which convenes on the eve of our Extraordinary Congress, which is being held under the theme; “Con…

[The Herald] Acting Secretary, Members of the Central Committee, Party Officials, Comrades. I warmly welcome you to this session of our Central Committee which convenes on the eve of our Extraordinary Congress, which is being held under the theme; "Consolidating the Gains of Zim-Asset through Unity, Peace and Development".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Traditional Leaders Slam Opposition for ‘Trip of Shame’

[The Herald] Parliament should craft a law that punishes people who undermine the interests of Zimbabwe through calling for illegal sanctions, traditional leaders have said. Chiefs Council President Chief Fortune Charumbira said the law should also dis…

[The Herald] Parliament should craft a law that punishes people who undermine the interests of Zimbabwe through calling for illegal sanctions, traditional leaders have said. Chiefs Council President Chief Fortune Charumbira said the law should also disqualify culprits from seeking political or public office as part of measures to protect its interests and that of citizens and nip in the bud what MDC Alliance members led by Mr Tendai Biti did in the United States this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe