‘Why Nigerian Airlines Face Threats of Extinction’

[This Day] Industry experts and airline operators have said the challenging operating environment characterised by high interest rates, unstable foreign exchange and poor infrastructure are some of the factors threatening the existence of airlines in t…

[This Day] Industry experts and airline operators have said the challenging operating environment characterised by high interest rates, unstable foreign exchange and poor infrastructure are some of the factors threatening the existence of airlines in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Zanu-PF Eyes Clean Sweep in Nyanga – Mandiwanzira

[The Herald] ZanuPF Central Committee member Cde Supa Mandiwanzira has assured the party’s Manicaland provincial leadership that Nyanga will work hard to ensure the party triumphs in this year’s elections.

[The Herald] ZanuPF Central Committee member Cde Supa Mandiwanzira has assured the party's Manicaland provincial leadership that Nyanga will work hard to ensure the party triumphs in this year's elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Ex-Netone Boss Kangai Freed On Bail

[The Herald] Former NetOne managing director Reward Kangai appeared in court yesterday on allegations of hand-picking his relatives and close associates for contracts to erect the company’s base stations before paying them rentals in advance.

[The Herald] Former NetOne managing director Reward Kangai appeared in court yesterday on allegations of hand-picking his relatives and close associates for contracts to erect the company's base stations before paying them rentals in advance.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Zimbabwe Gets Its First Billionaire

[The Herald] Telecom tycoon Strive Masiyiwa has become Zimbabwe’s first billionaire. According to a report by Forbes, Mr Masiyiwa, 57, is now worth $1,7 billion. Mr Masiyiwa controls Econet Group, a Zimbabwe-listed mobile phone company that also has in…

[The Herald] Telecom tycoon Strive Masiyiwa has become Zimbabwe's first billionaire. According to a report by Forbes, Mr Masiyiwa, 57, is now worth $1,7 billion. Mr Masiyiwa controls Econet Group, a Zimbabwe-listed mobile phone company that also has investments in financial services, insurance, e-commerce, renewable energy, education, Coca-Cola bottling, hospitality and payment gateway solutions.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Mad’ Moyo’s Coup Rantings Draw Fire

[The Herald] The Government led by President Mnangagwa is legitimate as it received overwhelming support from Zimbabweans and a cross section of the international community, Government and political analysts have said. They were reacting to attempts by…

[The Herald] The Government led by President Mnangagwa is legitimate as it received overwhelming support from Zimbabweans and a cross section of the international community, Government and political analysts have said. They were reacting to attempts by former Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo to delegitimise the new administration allegedly because it was as a result of a "military coup".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why Not Madam Khupe for MDC-T President?

[The Herald] As the euphoria ignited by the coming in of the new dispensation in Zimbabwean politics dies down into a more natural state of joy and optimism, Zimbabweans are now being entertained by the developing circus in the opposition MDC-T party t…

[The Herald] As the euphoria ignited by the coming in of the new dispensation in Zimbabwean politics dies down into a more natural state of joy and optimism, Zimbabweans are now being entertained by the developing circus in the opposition MDC-T party that promises to explode into a full-blown Royal Rumble.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chinese Envoy Pays Courtesy Call On VP Chiwenga

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and China are finalising modalities to commence construction of three major infrastructure development projects, as the two countries pledge to further strengthen their bilateral relations.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe and China are finalising modalities to commence construction of three major infrastructure development projects, as the two countries pledge to further strengthen their bilateral relations.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kidnapped Kaduna’s Paramount Ruler, Kukah Regains Freedom

[Leadership] Chief Yohanna Kukah, the paramount ruler of Ikulu nation in Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State, who was abducted 10 days ago, has regained his freedom.

[Leadership] Chief Yohanna Kukah, the paramount ruler of Ikulu nation in Zangon Kataf Local Government Area of Kaduna State, who was abducted 10 days ago, has regained his freedom.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

NNPC Warns Against Panic Buying, Assures of Adequate Fuel Supply

[Leadership] Despite resurgence of petrol queues in some areas of the Abuja metropolis, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has assured commuters of sufficient stocks and urged motorists not to engage in panic buying.

[Leadership] Despite resurgence of petrol queues in some areas of the Abuja metropolis, the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has assured commuters of sufficient stocks and urged motorists not to engage in panic buying.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria