Plans to Inspect Over 35,000 Small-Scale Mines Underway

[Daily News] The government is planning to carry out massive inspection of over 35,000 licensed small-scale mines amid serious shortage of professional mining engineers and inspectors.

[Daily News] The government is planning to carry out massive inspection of over 35,000 licensed small-scale mines amid serious shortage of professional mining engineers and inspectors.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Econet Shareholders Approve Rights Issue

[The Herald] ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe shareholders last Friday passed all six resolutions relating to its proposed $130 million capital raise exercise after it proceeded with its extraordinary general meeting yesterday, despite a regulatory directive t…

[The Herald] ECONET Wireless Zimbabwe shareholders last Friday passed all six resolutions relating to its proposed $130 million capital raise exercise after it proceeded with its extraordinary general meeting yesterday, despite a regulatory directive to postpone the extra-ordinary general meeting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

15 Miss Rwanda Hopefuls Head to Boot Camp

[New Times] The much-anticipated Miss Rwanda 2017 pre-selection event took place on Saturday at Petit Stade, Remera, with 15 contestants securing passes to the boot camp as the search for the country’s beauty queen continues.

[New Times] The much-anticipated Miss Rwanda 2017 pre-selection event took place on Saturday at Petit Stade, Remera, with 15 contestants securing passes to the boot camp as the search for the country's beauty queen continues.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Rates Defaulters Owe City U.S.$600 Million

[The Herald] More than 85 000 properties have not paid a cent in rates to the cash-strapped Harare City Council since dollarisation in 2013 resulting in debts owed to council ballooning to more than $600 million.

[The Herald] More than 85 000 properties have not paid a cent in rates to the cash-strapped Harare City Council since dollarisation in 2013 resulting in debts owed to council ballooning to more than $600 million.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Stock Exchange Boss’ Case Deferred

[The Herald] Judgment in the case in which the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange chief executive Alban Dhladhla Chirume is accused of assaulting his estranged wife was last week deferred to February 10.

[The Herald] Judgment in the case in which the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange chief executive Alban Dhladhla Chirume is accused of assaulting his estranged wife was last week deferred to February 10.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Vision City Supports Children in Tree Planting Campaign

[New Times] Vision City Kigali, a green city housing project, has partnered with Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) to support “Rwanda’s Little Hands Go Green,” campaign across the country.

[New Times] Vision City Kigali, a green city housing project, has partnered with Rwanda Environment Management Authority (REMA) to support "Rwanda's Little Hands Go Green," campaign across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Police Explain Dismissal of 200 Officers

[New Times] Following a decision by cabinet last Friday to dismiss 198 police officers, Rwanda National Police (RNP) has stressed that any officer implicated in graft and any other form of malpractice, will not be tolerated.

[New Times] Following a decision by cabinet last Friday to dismiss 198 police officers, Rwanda National Police (RNP) has stressed that any officer implicated in graft and any other form of malpractice, will not be tolerated.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

City, Police in Taxi Blitz

[The Herald] Harare City Council backed by Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services and the Zimbabwe Republic Police last week drove commuter omnibuses out of Simon Vengai Muzenda Bus Terminus to clean up and deal with kombis which have not been payi…

[The Herald] Harare City Council backed by Zimbabwe Prisons and Correctional Services and the Zimbabwe Republic Police last week drove commuter omnibuses out of Simon Vengai Muzenda Bus Terminus to clean up and deal with kombis which have not been paying rank discs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe