Woman Hammers Boyfriend to Death

[The Herald] A Mberengwa woman went berserk and struck her boyfriend with a hammer on the head several times in a dispute over alleged infidelity.

[The Herald] A Mberengwa woman went berserk and struck her boyfriend with a hammer on the head several times in a dispute over alleged infidelity.

China Must Not Ban Ivory Trade

[The Herald] The Secretary-General of the UN Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora (CITES) has warned China not to give in to animal rights groups’ pressure to make it completely stop ivory trade because it would re…

[The Herald] The Secretary-General of the UN Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Fauna and Flora (CITES) has warned China not to give in to animal rights groups' pressure to make it completely stop ivory trade because it would result in untold elephant poaching in the near future, for which China itself would ironically be blamed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

KZN Cops Hunt for Kidnapped 7-Year-Old Girl

[News24Wire] The Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit are searching for a seven-year-old child who was allegedly kidnapped in the Umbilo area on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences Unit are searching for a seven-year-old child who was allegedly kidnapped in the Umbilo area on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Businessman Offers U.S.$25, 000 for Lungu’s Jacket

[Zambia Reports] Two young Lusaka businessmen Chomba Kaoma and Munir Zulu have offered $25,000 to purchase President Edgar Lungu’s jacket during an auction to fund-raise for the National House of Prayer.

[Zambia Reports] Two young Lusaka businessmen Chomba Kaoma and Munir Zulu have offered $25,000 to purchase President Edgar Lungu's jacket during an auction to fund-raise for the National House of Prayer.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Inferno Razes Judge’s Farm

[The Herald] Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Maxwell Takuva was recently taken ill with hypertension (blood pressure) after his Sub-Division 5 Ally Slopter Farm on the outskirts of Gweru caught fire resulting in him losing property running into thous…

[The Herald] Bulawayo High Court judge Justice Maxwell Takuva was recently taken ill with hypertension (blood pressure) after his Sub-Division 5 Ally Slopter Farm on the outskirts of Gweru caught fire resulting in him losing property running into thousands of dollars.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Army Reschedules Events

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Army has postponed the holding of Culture Days and passing out parades dates for recruit courses at Recruit Training Depot and Headquarters 5 Infantry Brigade which were scheduled for today and tomorrow in Bulawayo an…

[The Herald] The Zimbabwe National Army has postponed the holding of Culture Days and passing out parades dates for recruit courses at Recruit Training Depot and Headquarters 5 Infantry Brigade which were scheduled for today and tomorrow in Bulawayo and Kwekwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Most of Stampede Dead Were Women – Report

[Deutsche Welle] At least fifteen people have been killed in a Moroccan village after a stampede erupted as food aid was being distributed. Several women were caught beneath an iron barrier as hundreds scrambled to get hold of food.

[Deutsche Welle] At least fifteen people have been killed in a Moroccan village after a stampede erupted as food aid was being distributed. Several women were caught beneath an iron barrier as hundreds scrambled to get hold of food.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Three Life Terms for Ladysmith Rapist and Murderer

[SAPS] Yesterday, the Ladysmith Regional Court convicted and sentenced Jabulani Mtshali (48) to three life imprisonment terms for two counts of rape and murder. On 3 October 2015 at 13:30 the victim, Nomusa Zwane (65) was at Madiba Drive when she was a…

[SAPS] Yesterday, the Ladysmith Regional Court convicted and sentenced Jabulani Mtshali (48) to three life imprisonment terms for two counts of rape and murder. On 3 October 2015 at 13:30 the victim, Nomusa Zwane (65) was at Madiba Drive when she was approached by the accused. She was lured into a nearby bushes under the pretext that the accused had roof sheeting for sale. While in the bushes, she was raped and strangled by the accused. She was also severely assaulted with a hammer and she died of her injuries. A

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa