FC Platinum Coach in Bullish Mood

[The Herald] Zvishavane -FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza was in bullish mood yesterday as his side prepared to travel to Harare to face in-form Black Rhinos with the miners seeking to keep their unbeaten start to the Castle Lager Premiership season int…

[The Herald] Zvishavane -FC Platinum coach Norman Mapeza was in bullish mood yesterday as his side prepared to travel to Harare to face in-form Black Rhinos with the miners seeking to keep their unbeaten start to the Castle Lager Premiership season intact.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Late for the Match – Speedster Clocked At 237km/H Tells Police

[News24Wire] Ekurhuleni metro police arrested five motorists in Bedfordview and Edenvale on Monday morning for driving above the 120km/h speed limit, an official said.

[News24Wire] Ekurhuleni metro police arrested five motorists in Bedfordview and Edenvale on Monday morning for driving above the 120km/h speed limit, an official said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Deputy President Ramaphosa Cheered at Workers’ Day Rally

[News24Wire] The divisions in the tripartite alliance over the ANC’s succession battle played out at Cosatu’s nationwide May Day rallies with President Jacob Zuma and his “allies” booed while his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa was cheered and welcomed.

[News24Wire] The divisions in the tripartite alliance over the ANC's succession battle played out at Cosatu's nationwide May Day rallies with President Jacob Zuma and his "allies" booed while his deputy Cyril Ramaphosa was cheered and welcomed.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

‘City of Harare Will Repay Waterworks Loan’

[The Herald] Tinashe Makichi -The City of Harare says it will start repaying its $144 million debt to China-Exim Bank this year with an amount of $72 million having already been committed.

[The Herald] Tinashe Makichi -The City of Harare says it will start repaying its $144 million debt to China-Exim Bank this year with an amount of $72 million having already been committed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Tsvangirai Trashes 2018 Poll ‘Results’

[The Herald] MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said he will not accept results of next year’s harmonised elections unless they delivered victory for the opposition.

[The Herald] MDC-T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai yesterday said he will not accept results of next year's harmonised elections unless they delivered victory for the opposition.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Armed Groups Target Civilians

[HRW] Nairobi -Armed groups fighting for control of a central province in the Central African Republic have targeted civilians in apparent reprisal killings over the past three months, Human Rights Watch said today. The attacks have left at least 45 pe…

[HRW] Nairobi -Armed groups fighting for control of a central province in the Central African Republic have targeted civilians in apparent reprisal killings over the past three months, Human Rights Watch said today. The attacks have left at least 45 people dead and at least 11,000 displaced.

source: AllAfrica News: Central African Republic

Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua: His Nigerian Connection

[Guardian] Not until the build up to Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, many Nigerian boxing fans did not know anything about Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua, the rave of the moment, who on Saturday night, floored Wladimir Klitschko in the 11th round at the Wembley …

[Guardian] Not until the build up to Beijing 2008 Olympic Games, many Nigerian boxing fans did not know anything about Anthony Oluwafemi Joshua, the rave of the moment, who on Saturday night, floored Wladimir Klitschko in the 11th round at the Wembley Stadium, London to retained his IBF world title and added the WBC 'super' belt title.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Yadah Will Bounce Back, Says Goalkeeper Dube

[The Herald] YADAH goalkeeper Tafadzwa Dube reckons their first league defeat should work as a catalyst that should spur them to improve their game and build on their fairytale start to life in the Premiership.

[The Herald] YADAH goalkeeper Tafadzwa Dube reckons their first league defeat should work as a catalyst that should spur them to improve their game and build on their fairytale start to life in the Premiership.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe