Mzembi Passport Bid Delayed

[The Herald] Former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi, who is in trouble for donating State property, yesterday unsuccessfully pleaded with the magistrates’ court to give him back his passport as he intends to travel abroad. The State, which was r…

[The Herald] Former Foreign Affairs Minister Walter Mzembi, who is in trouble for donating State property, yesterday unsuccessfully pleaded with the magistrates' court to give him back his passport as he intends to travel abroad. The State, which was represented by Mr Michael Reza, opposed the application for the release of the passport, saying Mzembi was a flight risk.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Distance to School Matters for Pupils

[The Herald] At a tender age of eight, Natasha (Not her real name) wakes up daily at 5am to prepare for her long trek to school. She stays with her mother in Chitungwiza, a sprawling dormitory town about 35km south of the capital, Harare.

[The Herald] At a tender age of eight, Natasha (Not her real name) wakes up daily at 5am to prepare for her long trek to school. She stays with her mother in Chitungwiza, a sprawling dormitory town about 35km south of the capital, Harare.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rukoro Utterances Dismay German Foundation

[New Era] Windhoek -Recent outbursts attributed to Ovaherero Chief, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro, has ruffled the feathers of the board chairperson of the Namibia-German Foundation (NaDS), Andreas Harris, who is appalled by the comments.

[New Era] Windhoek -Recent outbursts attributed to Ovaherero Chief, Advocate Vekuii Rukoro, has ruffled the feathers of the board chairperson of the Namibia-German Foundation (NaDS), Andreas Harris, who is appalled by the comments.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Specialised Plant Lies Idle At Sable Chemicals

[The Herald] A multi-million-dollar specialised plant at Sable Chemicals near Kwekwe is lying idle after it was abandoned two years ago because of its high consumption of electricity.

[The Herald] A multi-million-dollar specialised plant at Sable Chemicals near Kwekwe is lying idle after it was abandoned two years ago because of its high consumption of electricity.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Risk of Violence Spiraling’ in Cameroon After Attack On Police

[Deutsche Welle] France has condemned attacks by suspected English-speaking separatists in Cameroon that killed three policemen. Cameroon’s conflict could threaten regional stability, warns Paul Melly of Chatham House.

[Deutsche Welle] France has condemned attacks by suspected English-speaking separatists in Cameroon that killed three policemen. Cameroon's conflict could threaten regional stability, warns Paul Melly of Chatham House.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

University Boss Blasts Lecturers Over Grace Mugabe PhD

[The Herald] University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura has blasted lecturers in the Department of Sociology for challenging the awarding of a doctorate to former First Lady Grace Mugabe, saying they were “ignorant Messrs and doctors…

[The Herald] University of Zimbabwe Vice Chancellor Professor Levi Nyagura has blasted lecturers in the Department of Sociology for challenging the awarding of a doctorate to former First Lady Grace Mugabe, saying they were "ignorant Messrs and doctors" with no academic capacity to supervise a PhD student.In an interview with The Herald yesterday on demands by 10 lecturers for the university to revoke Mrs Mugabe's PhD, Prof Nyagura said PhD students were supervised by the post-graduate centre and not a teaching departm

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Miguna Statement on His Deportation

[Miguna Miguna] First, let me confirm that, yes, the illegitimate, despotic regime of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto forcefully placed me on a late night KLM flight from Nairobi to Amsterdam in flagrant violation of my constitutional rights, five vali…

[Miguna Miguna] First, let me confirm that, yes, the illegitimate, despotic regime of Uhuru Kenyatta and William Ruto forcefully placed me on a late night KLM flight from Nairobi to Amsterdam in flagrant violation of my constitutional rights, five valid court orders and common decency.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Tourism Boss Kaseke Ordered to Pay for Child’s Upkeep

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) boss Mr Karikoga Kaseke has been ordered to pay $225 by a Bulawayo court for the upkeep of his nine-year-old son whom he sired with a Bulawayo woman.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) boss Mr Karikoga Kaseke has been ordered to pay $225 by a Bulawayo court for the upkeep of his nine-year-old son whom he sired with a Bulawayo woman.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Rainmaker Attracts 3.84 Million Prospective Visitors

[New Era] Windhoek -In December 2017, the unique rainmaker VISTA.360 virtual tours, powered by Google Street View Trusted, was viewed by more than 3 million people. This means that 3 million potential guests are focused on Namibia as a destination, whi…

[New Era] Windhoek -In December 2017, the unique rainmaker VISTA.360 virtual tours, powered by Google Street View Trusted, was viewed by more than 3 million people. This means that 3 million potential guests are focused on Namibia as a destination, which in itself has been described as an incredible milestone for the local tourism industry. A month later, that figure already increased to 3.84 million and it keeps growing due to rainmaker's activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia