Ruling Party Politician Chivamba Dies

[The Herald] Zanu-pf Midlands provincial deputy chairperson Cde Kizito Chivamba has died. He was 59. Cde Chivamba, who was National Assembly Member for Chiwundura, died yesterday morning at Gweru Provincial Hospital after a short illness. zanu-pf Midla…

[The Herald] Zanu-pf Midlands provincial deputy chairperson Cde Kizito Chivamba has died. He was 59. Cde Chivamba, who was National Assembly Member for Chiwundura, died yesterday morning at Gweru Provincial Hospital after a short illness. zanu-pf Midlands secretary for information Cde Cornelius Mupereri confirmed the death. "Yes, Cde Chivamba is no more," he said. "He was admitted at Gweru Provincial Hospital last week before he passed on today. Mourners are gathered at his Indiva Farm in the Sino area just outside Gwe

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UDM Disputes Mbete, Zuma Arguments Over Secret Ballot

[News24Wire] The United Democratic Movement has filed court papers replying to Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete and President Jacob Zuma’s reasons for why a motion of no confidence is no longer urgent.

[News24Wire] The United Democratic Movement has filed court papers replying to Speaker of Parliament Baleka Mbete and President Jacob Zuma's reasons for why a motion of no confidence is no longer urgent.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Interviewing the Treasurer-General of the ANC

[Daily Maverick] In this most hurly-burly of the ANC’s years it is Zweli Mkhize, the Treasurer-General of the ANC, who is seen in some quarters as the man who could bridge the yawning divide between the populist party of President Jacob Zuma and the so…

[Daily Maverick] In this most hurly-burly of the ANC's years it is Zweli Mkhize, the Treasurer-General of the ANC, who is seen in some quarters as the man who could bridge the yawning divide between the populist party of President Jacob Zuma and the sober movement of deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa. So it would be foolish to expect him to say anything dramatic at this stage of the game. But it's the nuance of not saying anything that makes him so interesting. Especially over the course of an interview that took more than

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Reporter’s Notebook – Time for Hlaudi to Become a Relic of the SABC’s Crazy Past

[Daily Maverick] The SABC’s on-again, off-again leader Hlaudi Motsoeneng’s Wednesday press conference was billed as a game changer. Yet he regurgitated the same denials. Even Hlaudi’s soundbites have become boring – and it’s time to move on. By GREG NI…

[Daily Maverick] The SABC's on-again, off-again leader Hlaudi Motsoeneng's Wednesday press conference was billed as a game changer. Yet he regurgitated the same denials. Even Hlaudi's soundbites have become boring - and it's time to move on. By GREG NICOLSON.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Ugandan Army Ends 9-Year Hunt for Kony

[Monitor] Gulu/KAmpala -The UPDF yesterday began withdrawing from Central African Republic (CAR) where it has been hunting rebel leader Joseph Kony, one of the world’s most wanted men.

[Monitor] Gulu/KAmpala -The UPDF yesterday began withdrawing from Central African Republic (CAR) where it has been hunting rebel leader Joseph Kony, one of the world's most wanted men.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Thumbs Up – Mastercard Unveils Next Generation Biometric Card

[MasterCard] Mastercard today unveiled the next generation biometric card, combining chip technology with fingerprints to conveniently and safely cardholder’s identity for in-store purchases.

[MasterCard] Mastercard today unveiled the next generation biometric card, combining chip technology with fingerprints to conveniently and safely cardholder's identity for in-store purchases.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Fertliser Producers Ask Farmers to Blow Whistle On Sharp Practices

[Daily Trust] Farmers across the country have been urged to embrace the federal government’s whistle blowing policy by exposing any agro dealer trying to sell government’s fertiliser above the approved price of N5,500 per bag in their localities or hoa…

[Daily Trust] Farmers across the country have been urged to embrace the federal government's whistle blowing policy by exposing any agro dealer trying to sell government's fertiliser above the approved price of N5,500 per bag in their localities or hoarding the commodity.

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