Bob Marley’s Statue to Be Built in Zimbabwe

[This is Africa] Robert Nester Marley is no doubt an icon. In 1980, he performed in Zimbabwe during the independence day celebrations, the only African country in which he performed at independence day. He also sang a song, ‘Zimbabwe’ in 1978 for the Z…

[This is Africa] Robert Nester Marley is no doubt an icon. In 1980, he performed in Zimbabwe during the independence day celebrations, the only African country in which he performed at independence day. He also sang a song, 'Zimbabwe' in 1978 for the Zimbabwean freedom fighters. There are plans underway to build a statue in Zimbabwe in honour of Bob Marley.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Irrigation Scheme Stirs Tuli Farmers’ Hope

[The Herald] A view of a large lush green maize field at the Tuli-Lushongwe irrigation scheme in Gwanda district, about 160km southeast of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe’s second largest city, helped Pretty Ncube to stay positive even when she felt the whole world…

[The Herald] A view of a large lush green maize field at the Tuli-Lushongwe irrigation scheme in Gwanda district, about 160km southeast of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe's second largest city, helped Pretty Ncube to stay positive even when she felt the whole world was falling apart at some point.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Soccer – Kudos Lucky Six, but VPL Has Never Been That Easy

[Daily News] FOOTBALL history in the country has been rewritten and as for the first time; the Mainland Premier League has reinstated the twenty-team format. This means next season more teams will be taking part after putting to an end the16-team system.

[Daily News] FOOTBALL history in the country has been rewritten and as for the first time; the Mainland Premier League has reinstated the twenty-team format. This means next season more teams will be taking part after putting to an end the16-team system.

Namport Asks for More Immigration Officers

[New Era] Walvis Bay -Namport wants the government to consider allocating a bigger budget to customs and excise so that the division can be better equipped in terms of immigration control and cargo handling.

[New Era] Walvis Bay -Namport wants the government to consider allocating a bigger budget to customs and excise so that the division can be better equipped in terms of immigration control and cargo handling.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Town Council Demolishes Stalls Over Outstanding Levies

[New Era] Rundu -The Nkurenkuru Town Council on Tuesday threatened vendors at the open market to pay up or get their makeshift stalls demolished due to non-payment of their monthly rental fees of N$30.

[New Era] Rundu -The Nkurenkuru Town Council on Tuesday threatened vendors at the open market to pay up or get their makeshift stalls demolished due to non-payment of their monthly rental fees of N$30.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Chitungwiza to Demolish Illegal Structures

[Financial Gazette] Chitungwiza Town Council is planning to demolish more than 100 illegally built residential properties next week as part of efforts to restore order in the town, where irregular structures have compromised service delivery, The Finan…

[Financial Gazette] Chitungwiza Town Council is planning to demolish more than 100 illegally built residential properties next week as part of efforts to restore order in the town, where irregular structures have compromised service delivery, The Financial Gazette learnt this week.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Why We Are Shutting Down Nigeria, Kenya Operations – OLX

[Leadership] Lagos Online Exchange (OLX), leading classified advertising company owned by South Africa’s media giant, Naspers said it will from next month shut down its Nigerian and Kenyan offices due to the difficult operating environments.

[Leadership] Lagos Online Exchange (OLX), leading classified advertising company owned by South Africa's media giant, Naspers said it will from next month shut down its Nigerian and Kenyan offices due to the difficult operating environments.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya