Power Utility Says It Won’t Pay Salary Arrears

[The Herald] ZESA Holdings has not put a provision in its books of over $120 million in salary arrears from a 2012 collective bargaining agreement, a clear indication of the power utility’s decision not to shoulder the liability.

[The Herald] ZESA Holdings has not put a provision in its books of over $120 million in salary arrears from a 2012 collective bargaining agreement, a clear indication of the power utility's decision not to shoulder the liability.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kwese TV Not Interested in Local Football League

[New Zimbabwe] Local fans will have to wait a bit longer to watch local Castle Larger Premier Soccer League (CLPSL) after Kwese TV announced that it has no intention of bidding for rights to broadcast the local league.

[New Zimbabwe] Local fans will have to wait a bit longer to watch local Castle Larger Premier Soccer League (CLPSL) after Kwese TV announced that it has no intention of bidding for rights to broadcast the local league.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Twist to Tomana Case

[The Herald] Former Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana, who is accused of criminal abuse of office, has approached the High Court seeking the dismissal of the charges over the State’s failure to prosecute him within the prescribed indictment period.

[The Herald] Former Prosecutor-General Johannes Tomana, who is accused of criminal abuse of office, has approached the High Court seeking the dismissal of the charges over the State's failure to prosecute him within the prescribed indictment period.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Hope for Good Hope School Pupils

[The Herald] Government’s decision to mark World Wetlands Day last Friday has come as a blessing for local pupils who were learning in makeshift classrooms. Touched by the pupils plight, officials from four organisations, the National Parks and Wildlif…

[The Herald] Government's decision to mark World Wetlands Day last Friday has come as a blessing for local pupils who were learning in makeshift classrooms. Touched by the pupils plight, officials from four organisations, the National Parks and Wildlife Management Authority, Allied Timbers, Forestry Commission and Zimbabwe National Water Authority, pledged to assist and ensure that Good Hope Primary school had permanent structures.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

New Industrial Suburb for Northern Harare

[The Herald] There is a new light industrial site planned for the periphery of northern Harare to service northern, eastern and western suburbs. Kennan Properties, who is marketing the stands, said the development will be a huge advantage for people se…

[The Herald] There is a new light industrial site planned for the periphery of northern Harare to service northern, eastern and western suburbs. Kennan Properties, who is marketing the stands, said the development will be a huge advantage for people seeking employment closer to home and also for easier access of the residents of the nearby suburbs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Keetmans Councillor Resigns Over Job Row

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -Keetmanshoop municipality councillor Justine Louw has resigned effective last Friday after fellow councillors made a fuss after she placed an application for another position with the council.

[New Era] Keetmanshoop -Keetmanshoop municipality councillor Justine Louw has resigned effective last Friday after fellow councillors made a fuss after she placed an application for another position with the council.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

U.S. Arms Embargo Should Inspire Tougher Action from UN – HRW

[HRW] Responding to news that the US government has imposed an arms embargo on South Sudan, now in its fifth year of an armed conflict that has led to widespread abuses and relentless suffering, Amnesty International USA’s Africa Advocacy Director Adot…

[HRW] Responding to news that the US government has imposed an arms embargo on South Sudan, now in its fifth year of an armed conflict that has led to widespread abuses and relentless suffering, Amnesty International USA's Africa Advocacy Director Adotei Akwei said:

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Free, Fair Polls a Must – SB Moyo

[The Herald] Events that led to the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe were not a military takeover, but a spontaneous reaction by the generality of Zimbabweans who demanded change, and the subsequent holding of free, fair and credible elect…

[The Herald] Events that led to the resignation of former President Robert Mugabe were not a military takeover, but a spontaneous reaction by the generality of Zimbabweans who demanded change, and the subsequent holding of free, fair and credible elections will endorse the process, Foreign Affairs and International Trade Minister Lieutenant-General Sibusiso Moyo (Retired) has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

The People’s Tribunal On Economic Crime – Holding Power to Account

[Daily Maverick] In the face of slow moving state institutions, politically compromised investigative agencies, and obstructive politicians, South African citizens are exercising their power to challenge the corrupt directly. The first hearings of the …

[Daily Maverick] In the face of slow moving state institutions, politically compromised investigative agencies, and obstructive politicians, South African citizens are exercising their power to challenge the corrupt directly. The first hearings of the People's Tribunal on Economic Crime in South Africa commenced on Saturday 3 February at Constitution Hill in Johannesburg. Running until 7 February, the tribunal is a statement: We will no longer wait in vain for state action. We will gather, hear and publicise the evidence o

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Soccer – Chiefs Drop Points Again

[New Era] Oshakati -Stuggling MTC Premiership outfit Young Chiefs FC’s life in the country’s topflight football league is hanging after the Notherners failed to collect maximum points in their oustanding league fixture against visitors Rundu Chiefs at …

[New Era] Oshakati -Stuggling MTC Premiership outfit Young Chiefs FC's life in the country's topflight football league is hanging after the Notherners failed to collect maximum points in their oustanding league fixture against visitors Rundu Chiefs at Oshakati Stadium, on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia