Gospel Singer Mahachi Delights At South Africa Church Service

[Zimbabwe Standard] Award-winning gospel singer Tatenda Seith Mahachi brought the roof down at the Rock of Victory Celebrations Ministries International when he gave a scintillating performance at the church’s ninth anniversary celebrations in Johannes…

[Zimbabwe Standard] Award-winning gospel singer Tatenda Seith Mahachi brought the roof down at the Rock of Victory Celebrations Ministries International when he gave a scintillating performance at the church's ninth anniversary celebrations in Johannesburg, South Africa, last Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Mutasa Talks Tough

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has challenged his men, who are low on confidence after failing to win any of their opening three matches, to put their bodies on the line against bitter rivals Highlanders in the first instalment of the Battle o…

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa has challenged his men, who are low on confidence after failing to win any of their opening three matches, to put their bodies on the line against bitter rivals Highlanders in the first instalment of the Battle of Zimbabwe at Rufaro this afternoon.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

FM State Minister Meets Egyptian Ambassador

[SNA] Khartoum -The State Minister, at the Foreign Ministry, Ambassador, Mohammed Abdulla Idris received, Sunday, at his office, the Egyptian ambassador to Khartoum, Osama Shaltout.

[SNA] Khartoum -The State Minister, at the Foreign Ministry, Ambassador, Mohammed Abdulla Idris received, Sunday, at his office, the Egyptian ambassador to Khartoum, Osama Shaltout.

source: AllAfrica News: Egypt

Two Murder Suspects Arrested in North West Province

[SAPS] Klerksdorp -On Tuesday, 3 April 2018, two suspects are expected to appear in the Christiana and Wolmaransstad Magistrates’ Courts for two separate murder charges.

[SAPS] Klerksdorp -On Tuesday, 3 April 2018, two suspects are expected to appear in the Christiana and Wolmaransstad Magistrates' Courts for two separate murder charges.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

South Africa Bans Mobile Phones At Border

[The Herald] South Africa has with effect from Wednesday last week, banned the use of cellphones by travellers within the immigration halls. Sources at the border said the ban was a reaction to the leaking of a video of one of the female immigration of…

[The Herald] South Africa has with effect from Wednesday last week, banned the use of cellphones by travellers within the immigration halls. Sources at the border said the ban was a reaction to the leaking of a video of one of the female immigration officers caught on camera devoting time to her smartphone, instead of clearing travellers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘Bow to Swazi King – Enter Heaven’

[Swazi Media] The Queen Mother in Swaziland told her subjects they must bow down before her and the King to earn forgiveness from God to be able to enter heaven. She said they must always obey those in authority over them.

[Swazi Media] The Queen Mother in Swaziland told her subjects they must bow down before her and the King to earn forgiveness from God to be able to enter heaven. She said they must always obey those in authority over them.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

Church Voices Open Support for Government Industrial Drive

[Daily News] THE Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church has echoed its support on President John Magufuli’s industrialisation drive, citing that the move will help the country to tackle its challenges of poverty and venture into an industrial economy.

[Daily News] THE Seventh-day Adventist (SDA) Church has echoed its support on President John Magufuli's industrialisation drive, citing that the move will help the country to tackle its challenges of poverty and venture into an industrial economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Scramble for Stalls At Tobacco Floors

[The Herald] Informal traders at tobacco auction floors in Harare are up in arms over double allocation of vending stalls and violence often breaks up, The Herald has learnt. The tobacco selling season started three weeks ago. Traders operating at the …

[The Herald] Informal traders at tobacco auction floors in Harare are up in arms over double allocation of vending stalls and violence often breaks up, The Herald has learnt. The tobacco selling season started three weeks ago. Traders operating at the Tobacco Sales Floor in the Willowvale industrial area said there was a scramble for stalls, where vendors sell an assortment of wares to farmers.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe