Zim, Angola Ties Must Benefit People – Mphoko

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Angola should take advantage of the relationship they shared during the days of the liberation struggle to strengthen economic cooperation that benefit their people, Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko has said.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and Angola should take advantage of the relationship they shared during the days of the liberation struggle to strengthen economic cooperation that benefit their people, Vice President Phelekezela Mphoko has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Zesa to Pay Eskom ‘Substantial’ Sum – Mangudya

[The Herald] Zesa Holdings will pay South African power utility, Eskom, a substantial amount of money to reduce its debt and avoid being switched off, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya has said.

[The Herald] Zesa Holdings will pay South African power utility, Eskom, a substantial amount of money to reduce its debt and avoid being switched off, Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ) Governor Dr John Mangudya has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Nation’s Housing Challenge Seen Through the Durban Lens

[The Conversation Africa] As with all of South Africa’s larger urban areas, rapid urbanisation has continued to place pressure on the eThekwini Metro. Centred around the city of Durban, on the country’s east coast, South Africa’s third largest city by …

[The Conversation Africa] As with all of South Africa's larger urban areas, rapid urbanisation has continued to place pressure on the eThekwini Metro. Centred around the city of Durban, on the country's east coast, South Africa's third largest city by population has reported that the number of households living in informal dwellings in the city has remained stubbornly high at 317,613.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Zanu-PF Stands By Palestine, Says Chombo

[The Herald] Palestinian political party, the Fateh Revolutionary Council, has urged the African Union to boycott the Israeli-Africa Summit set for the Togolese capital of Lome from October 23 to 27, saying if the countries, which constitute a third of…

[The Herald] Palestinian political party, the Fateh Revolutionary Council, has urged the African Union to boycott the Israeli-Africa Summit set for the Togolese capital of Lome from October 23 to 27, saying if the countries, which constitute a third of the United Nations General Assembly attend, they will legitimise the Israeli "apartheid" government.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Positive Economic Growth Pushes Up Demand for Foreign Currency

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said the projected strong economic growth this year has increased the demand for foreign currency in the country.

[The Herald] Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said the projected strong economic growth this year has increased the demand for foreign currency in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Council Responds to Goba

[The Herald] The Magistrates’ Courts are not willing to pass deterrent sentences against pirate taxis and street vendors wreaking havoc in the city centre and have rendered some roads impassable, the Harare City Council charged yesterday.

[The Herald] The Magistrates' Courts are not willing to pass deterrent sentences against pirate taxis and street vendors wreaking havoc in the city centre and have rendered some roads impassable, the Harare City Council charged yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ed Meets Afreximbank Chief

[The Herald] African Export Import Bank is set to establish a regional centre in Harare, a demonstration of confidence in the country’s economy by the Cairo-headquartered continental financial institution.

[The Herald] African Export Import Bank is set to establish a regional centre in Harare, a demonstration of confidence in the country's economy by the Cairo-headquartered continental financial institution.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chitungwiza Proposes New By-Laws

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality has proposed new by-laws aimed at controlling open air worshipping to promote health standards in the town. The main problems associated with open air worshipping are the absence of ablution facilities, noise pollu…

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Municipality has proposed new by-laws aimed at controlling open air worshipping to promote health standards in the town. The main problems associated with open air worshipping are the absence of ablution facilities, noise pollution, imprudent cutting down of trees and lack of time regulation.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Tertiary Institutions Need Full Condom Supply’

[The Herald] Higher and tertiary institutions should be well-supplied with condoms if the country is to close the tap to new HIV infections, the National Aids Council (NAC) has said.

[The Herald] Higher and tertiary institutions should be well-supplied with condoms if the country is to close the tap to new HIV infections, the National Aids Council (NAC) has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe