Rwandan Student in the U.S Drowns

[New Times] Jean-Yves Ishimwe, 23, a Rwandan student at the University of Michigan was over the weekend found dead in a lake in what is believed to have been a zip line accident.

[New Times] Jean-Yves Ishimwe, 23, a Rwandan student at the University of Michigan was over the weekend found dead in a lake in what is believed to have been a zip line accident.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Typhoid Resurfaces

[The Herald] Sixteen cases of typhoid have been reported in some parts of the country, with 14 recorded in Harare, a weekly diseases surveillance report by the Ministry of Health and Child Care has indicated.

[The Herald] Sixteen cases of typhoid have been reported in some parts of the country, with 14 recorded in Harare, a weekly diseases surveillance report by the Ministry of Health and Child Care has indicated.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Boxing Champion Kautondokwa’s Stock Rises

[Namibian] Walter Kautondokwa’s fifth round victory against Obidai Sai in Ghana last weekend has improved his chances of a world title shot according to promoter Nestor Tobias.

[Namibian] Walter Kautondokwa's fifth round victory against Obidai Sai in Ghana last weekend has improved his chances of a world title shot according to promoter Nestor Tobias.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

U.S.$2 250 Debt Haunts MP

[The Herald] Chegutu West legislator Mr Dexter Nduna has been arraigned before a Harare Civil Court by a man he owes $2 250, who is now seeking a garnishee order to be granted in his favour.

[The Herald] Chegutu West legislator Mr Dexter Nduna has been arraigned before a Harare Civil Court by a man he owes $2 250, who is now seeking a garnishee order to be granted in his favour.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Bank Avails U.S.$10 Million for Horticulture

[The Herald] The Agricultural Development Bank of Zimbabwe (Agribank) says it is offering horticulture farmers working capital as well as loans to acquire assets amounting to $10 million to promote horticulture production.

[The Herald] The Agricultural Development Bank of Zimbabwe (Agribank) says it is offering horticulture farmers working capital as well as loans to acquire assets amounting to $10 million to promote horticulture production.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

2018 Polls, SADC Guidelines and the Constitution

[The Herald] To every Zimbabwean citizen who understands the electoral cycles, the thought and spirit of the Constitution, on which the conducting of elections is largely based, nothing is more important than the need to know what the Constitution says…

[The Herald] To every Zimbabwean citizen who understands the electoral cycles, the thought and spirit of the Constitution, on which the conducting of elections is largely based, nothing is more important than the need to know what the Constitution says about human rights and multiparty democracy.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Injured’ Benson Doubtful for World Paralympic Champs

[Namibian] A niggling injury suffered in training has left ‘golden girl’ Johanna Benson fighting a race against time to be fit for next month’s International Paralympic World Championships in London.

[Namibian] A niggling injury suffered in training has left 'golden girl' Johanna Benson fighting a race against time to be fit for next month's International Paralympic World Championships in London.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia