Lassa Fever – Nigeria’s Death Toll Rises to 101

[Premium Times] The death toll from the Lassa fever disease ravaging the country since the beginning of the year, has risen to 101, the Nigerian centre for Disease Control has said.

[Premium Times] The death toll from the Lassa fever disease ravaging the country since the beginning of the year, has risen to 101, the Nigerian centre for Disease Control has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Soccer – Simba Win to Stretch Lead to Six Points

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A solitary goal scored by Emmanuel Okwi was enough to carry Simba SC to a 1-0 win over Mtibwa Sugar in Morogoro yesterday and consolidate their lead in the Mainland Premier League.

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -A solitary goal scored by Emmanuel Okwi was enough to carry Simba SC to a 1-0 win over Mtibwa Sugar in Morogoro yesterday and consolidate their lead in the Mainland Premier League.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tanzania Continues to Perform Poorly

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania has continued to perform poorly in the ongoing Commonwealth Games after long-distance runner Failuna Joseph failed to win a medal yesterday. It was a big blow for Tanzania due to the fact that Joseph was one of the med…

[Citizen] Dar es Salaam -Tanzania has continued to perform poorly in the ongoing Commonwealth Games after long-distance runner Failuna Joseph failed to win a medal yesterday. It was a big blow for Tanzania due to the fact that Joseph was one of the medal hopes for Tanzania in the Games following the decision taken by National Services (JKT) to stop Magdalena Shauri from competing in the event due to unavoidable commitments.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Opposition Supporter Sentenced to 9 Months For Theft

[The Herald] An MDC Alliance supporter from Harare was sentenced to an effective nine months in prison for stealing property and cash with a combined value of $556 at the party’s rally held at White City Stadium on Satur- day.

[The Herald] An MDC Alliance supporter from Harare was sentenced to an effective nine months in prison for stealing property and cash with a combined value of $556 at the party's rally held at White City Stadium on Satur- day.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dynamos Lay Down the Law On Epoupa

[The Herald] Dynamos have ordered their Cameroonian import, Christian Epoupa Ntouba, to report for duty or face sanctions after the long-standing row with the player was clarified at the weekend.

[The Herald] Dynamos have ordered their Cameroonian import, Christian Epoupa Ntouba, to report for duty or face sanctions after the long-standing row with the player was clarified at the weekend.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Crayfish Sector Penetrates Chinese Market

[New Era] Lüderitz -The Chairman of the Namibia Rock Lobster Association, Mike Nghipunya, has revealed that the current crayfish season has been extremely good compared to that of last season and that the sector is doing so well that it has managed to penetrate the Chinese market.

[New Era] Lüderitz -The Chairman of the Namibia Rock Lobster Association, Mike Nghipunya, has revealed that the current crayfish season has been extremely good compared to that of last season and that the sector is doing so well that it has managed to penetrate the Chinese market.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Unpaid Work for Serial Thief

[The Herald] A serial thief who was terrorising residents in Besa Village, Seke, was yesterday convicted of 11 counts of unlawful entry and was ordered to perform 350 hours of community service by Chitungwiza magistrate Mrs Blessing Murwisi-Nyemba.

[The Herald] A serial thief who was terrorising residents in Besa Village, Seke, was yesterday convicted of 11 counts of unlawful entry and was ordered to perform 350 hours of community service by Chitungwiza magistrate Mrs Blessing Murwisi-Nyemba.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hospital Seeks U.S.$1 Million to Start Kidney Transplants

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Central Hospital is fundraising for $1,1 million needed to start kidney transplants in Zimbabwe, the health institution’s chief executive officer, Dr Obadiah Moyo, has said.

[The Herald] Chitungwiza Central Hospital is fundraising for $1,1 million needed to start kidney transplants in Zimbabwe, the health institution's chief executive officer, Dr Obadiah Moyo, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt Explains Cost of China Trip

[The Herald] Government paid US$1,3 million to hire a private jet for President Mnangagwa’s trip to China last week, contrary to reports in some sections of the private media that the trip gobbled US$2,3 million.

[The Herald] Government paid US$1,3 million to hire a private jet for President Mnangagwa's trip to China last week, contrary to reports in some sections of the private media that the trip gobbled US$2,3 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe