President Never Spoke Against Mugabe – Govt Spokesperson

[New Zimbabwe] Lilongwe -The Malawi government has distanced itself from an online article claiming that President Peter Mutharika verbally attacked Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe, at a political rally.

[New Zimbabwe] Lilongwe -The Malawi government has distanced itself from an online article claiming that President Peter Mutharika verbally attacked Zimbabwe President, Robert Mugabe, at a political rally.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Build-Up to Seychelles’ Biennale of Arts Begins With Website Launch

[Seychelles News Agency] Seychelles is gearing up for the return of the Biennale of Contemporary Art later this year after an absence of more than 15 years.

[Seychelles News Agency] Seychelles is gearing up for the return of the Biennale of Contemporary Art later this year after an absence of more than 15 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Seychelles

Rugby Team Drops On Rankings After Russia Defeat

[Namibian] Namibia slumped to a 31-10 defeat to Russia on Sunday in their final Nations Cup match in Uruguay, which also saw them dropping two places down the world rankings to 22nd.

[Namibian] Namibia slumped to a 31-10 defeat to Russia on Sunday in their final Nations Cup match in Uruguay, which also saw them dropping two places down the world rankings to 22nd.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Opposition Cries Foul Over New Election Registration Requirements

[New Zimbabwe] Morgan Tsvangirai’s MDC-T party has called on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to rescind the draft statutory instrument that seeks to introduce proof of residence as a requirement for voter registration.

[New Zimbabwe] Morgan Tsvangirai's MDC-T party has called on the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) to rescind the draft statutory instrument that seeks to introduce proof of residence as a requirement for voter registration.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Cabs Custodial Service Adequately Capitalised’

[The Herald] Value of assets under custodial management increased to over $3 billion against the December 2016 level of $2,62 billion. The growth was mainly driven by the current bull run on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE).Securities and Exchange Com…

[The Herald] Value of assets under custodial management increased to over $3 billion against the December 2016 level of $2,62 billion. The growth was mainly driven by the current bull run on the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange (ZSE).Securities and Exchange Commission of Zimbabwe (SecZim) chief executive officer Tafadzwa Chinamo told an Old Mutual-CABS Custodial Services rebranding breakfast meeting that of the assets under management, over 50 percent is held by CABS Custodial Services.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Under Pressure MP Bisnowaty Says Will Grade Roads

[Nyasa Times] Under pressure from his constituents after revelations of inaction on two budgets Constituency Development Fund, Lilongwe City Centre Parliamentarian, David Bisnowaty says he wants to use the money to grade roads.

[Nyasa Times] Under pressure from his constituents after revelations of inaction on two budgets Constituency Development Fund, Lilongwe City Centre Parliamentarian, David Bisnowaty says he wants to use the money to grade roads.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Govt Reinforces Private Investment

[ANGOP] Ndalatando -The government of the northern Cuanza Norte province is adopting policies focused on encouraging and publicising the provincial economic potential with a view to attracting more private investment and diversification of the local ec…

[ANGOP] Ndalatando -The government of the northern Cuanza Norte province is adopting policies focused on encouraging and publicising the provincial economic potential with a view to attracting more private investment and diversification of the local economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Why The Country’s in Such a Mess and What To Do About It

[The Conversation Africa] In an interview following his recent return as Prime Minister of Lesotho, Tom Thabane has blamed the army for the country’s chronic political instability. Stating that his previous administration (after an election in 2012) wa…

[The Conversation Africa] In an interview following his recent return as Prime Minister of Lesotho, Tom Thabane has blamed the army for the country's chronic political instability. Stating that his previous administration (after an election in 2012) was "scuttled" by the army, he went on to say that he now intended to neutralise the Lesotho Defence Force, even if it means getting rid of it entirely.

source: AllAfrica News: Lesotho