Ruling Party Politician ‘Chinoz’ Donates Furniture to Chinx

[The Herald] Buhera South National Assembly Member Cde Joseph Chinotimba yesterday bought furniture worth $4 500 to be officially handed over to veteran musician Cde Dickson “Chinx” Chingaira who recently moved into a house that was built for him by th…

[The Herald] Buhera South National Assembly Member Cde Joseph Chinotimba yesterday bought furniture worth $4 500 to be officially handed over to veteran musician Cde Dickson "Chinx" Chingaira who recently moved into a house that was built for him by the Zimbabwe Music Awards. The furniture includes a leather sofa set with a recliner. Dr Grace Mugabe handed over the new house to Cde Chinx on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tombstones to Be Put Up in Remembrance of Horror Bus Crash Victims

[News24Wire] Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has told family members and fellow learners at a memorial service in Sokhulumi, Mpumalanga, that tombstones in remembrance of the 18 pupils who died in the horror minibus crash, will be put up.

[News24Wire] Gauteng Education MEC Panyaza Lesufi has told family members and fellow learners at a memorial service in Sokhulumi, Mpumalanga, that tombstones in remembrance of the 18 pupils who died in the horror minibus crash, will be put up.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Hendricks Is SA’s Top Finisher in Eritrea

[Sascoc] The 2017 Tour of Eritrea saw South Africa’s Clint Hendricks place fifth on the overall GC after four stage top-fives and 20-year-old local Solomon Zemenfes race to the top of the overall General Classification (GC) and race podium.

[Sascoc] The 2017 Tour of Eritrea saw South Africa's Clint Hendricks place fifth on the overall GC after four stage top-fives and 20-year-old local Solomon Zemenfes race to the top of the overall General Classification (GC) and race podium.

source: AllAfrica News: Eritrea

Heads Will Roll, Magistrate Promises in Case Postponed 69 Times Inquiry

[News24Wire] Magistrate Hein Louw on Wednesday said he had had enough of prosecutors, stenographers, interpreters and police officers who did not do their jobs at the Johannesburg Magistrate’s Court.

[News24Wire] Magistrate Hein Louw on Wednesday said he had had enough of prosecutors, stenographers, interpreters and police officers who did not do their jobs at the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Whistleblower Cop Got ‘Breakfast Invite’ From Businessman Accused of Corruption

[News24Wire] Corruption accused businessman Salim Dawjee seemed eager to meet the Goodwood police station commander, and even invited her to his home for breakfast, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] Corruption accused businessman Salim Dawjee seemed eager to meet the Goodwood police station commander, and even invited her to his home for breakfast, the Western Cape High Court heard on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa