FIFA Boss Reiterates Project Support

[The Herald] FIFA president Gianni Infantino has reiterated he is fully supportive of the Government’s ambitious project to establish 8 000 grassroots football clubs throughout the country to spur the development of sport. Infantino wrote to Sports and…

[The Herald] FIFA president Gianni Infantino has reiterated he is fully supportive of the Government's ambitious project to establish 8 000 grassroots football clubs throughout the country to spur the development of sport. Infantino wrote to Sports and Recreation Minister Makhosini HIongwane this week advising him that the project had the full backing of the world football governing body.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

U.S.$133 600 Electricity Bill Lands Bhasikiti in Court

[The Herald] Zimbabwe People First senior official Mr Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has been taken to the High Court over an outstanding electricity bill amounting to $133 600. Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe People First senior official Mr Kudakwashe Bhasikiti has been taken to the High Court over an outstanding electricity bill amounting to $133 600. Zimbabwe Electricity Transmission and Distribution Company (ZETDC), a subsidiary of Zesa Holdings, claims it supplied electricity to the politician's farm in Rutenga in terms of a contract between the parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Authority Seeks Swift Conservation Directives Approval

[Ethiopian Herald] Research and Heritage Conservation Authority looked for swift approval of Cultural Heritage and Conservators Registry and Professional Licensing Directives with a view to filling legal framework gaps and promoting conservation works.

[Ethiopian Herald] Research and Heritage Conservation Authority looked for swift approval of Cultural Heritage and Conservators Registry and Professional Licensing Directives with a view to filling legal framework gaps and promoting conservation works.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Religious Wisdom for Maintaining Peaceful Co-Existence

[Ethiopian Herald] The majority of Ethiopians are religious people. The most known traditional and indigenous beliefs such as Christianity, Islam and Judaism are now expanding in the country at a larger pace. History tells us that Ethiopia had received…

[Ethiopian Herald] The majority of Ethiopians are religious people. The most known traditional and indigenous beliefs such as Christianity, Islam and Judaism are now expanding in the country at a larger pace. History tells us that Ethiopia had received Christianity before any European country did; and it had also received Islam before it spread to the Middle East. Judaism which also took root here came from the Middle East.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Horror Crash Claims 14

[The Herald] Bulawayo -FOURTEEN people from two families travelling in a commuter omnibus on their way to a funeral in Masvingo, died when a haulage truck collided with their vehicle and crashed it in a horrific accident near the National University of…

[The Herald] Bulawayo -FOURTEEN people from two families travelling in a commuter omnibus on their way to a funeral in Masvingo, died when a haulage truck collided with their vehicle and crashed it in a horrific accident near the National University of Science and Technology in Bulawayo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

How SMEs Side-Step the Central Bank Priority List

[Zimbabwe Independent] FORMAL small businesses that need foreign currency to purchase wares and accessories not on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)’s import payments priority list are finding ways to survive.

[Zimbabwe Independent] FORMAL small businesses that need foreign currency to purchase wares and accessories not on the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ)'s import payments priority list are finding ways to survive.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Canada’s Mike Weir Hails Golfer Price

[The Herald] ZIMBABWEAN professional golfer Nick Price, who is the President’s Cup international team captain, has been hailed by Canadian Mike Weir who has joined the team’s leadership for this year’s tournament. Weir will join fellow assistants Ernie…

[The Herald] ZIMBABWEAN professional golfer Nick Price, who is the President's Cup international team captain, has been hailed by Canadian Mike Weir who has joined the team's leadership for this year's tournament. Weir will join fellow assistants Ernie Els of South Africa, Geoff Ogilvy of Australia and Tony Johnstone of Zimbabwe in the September 26 to October 1 battle against the Americans.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe