Prosecuting Boss Withdraws Cases Against Tabloid Editors

[Monitor] The Director of Public Prosecutions, Mr Mike Chibita, has withdrawn charges of publication of information prejudicial to state security, libel and offensive communication, against eight journalists and directors of the Red Pepper, a local tab…

[Monitor] The Director of Public Prosecutions, Mr Mike Chibita, has withdrawn charges of publication of information prejudicial to state security, libel and offensive communication, against eight journalists and directors of the Red Pepper, a local tabloid.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Cricket Official Banned for 20 Years

[The Herald] The International Cricket Council (ICC) have heaped a lot of praise on Zimbabwe skipper Graeme Cremer for the role he played in unmasking the treasurer and marketing manager of Mashonaland Cricket Association, Rajan Nayer, as a corrupt ind…

[The Herald] The International Cricket Council (ICC) have heaped a lot of praise on Zimbabwe skipper Graeme Cremer for the role he played in unmasking the treasurer and marketing manager of Mashonaland Cricket Association, Rajan Nayer, as a corrupt individual who tried and failed to fix a match involving the Chevrons and the West Indies last year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chinese Firms Seek Clearance On Externalisation

[The Herald] Chinese nationals, retail and mining companies accused of being part to the externalisation of more than $1,3 billion have approached the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to be cleared citing a number of irregularities.

[The Herald] Chinese nationals, retail and mining companies accused of being part to the externalisation of more than $1,3 billion have approached the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe to be cleared citing a number of irregularities.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

SIM-Card Replacements – Communications Body Clarifies New Rules

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has set out tough new procedures for SIM-card swaps or replacements, that will include re-registering at the telecoms and confirming the device one is using is an approved type.

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -The Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) has set out tough new procedures for SIM-card swaps or replacements, that will include re-registering at the telecoms and confirming the device one is using is an approved type.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Commission to Subpoena Perpetrators of Political Violence

[The Herald] The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has urged political parties to campaign peacefully ahead of the forthcoming harmonised elections, saying it will subpoena perpetrators of violence to account for their deeds.

[The Herald] The National Peace and Reconciliation Commission (NPRC) has urged political parties to campaign peacefully ahead of the forthcoming harmonised elections, saying it will subpoena perpetrators of violence to account for their deeds.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Women Seek to Amend Constitution

[The Herald] Zimbabwe’s new Constitution promulgated into law in 2013 brought many robust changes that were achieved through wide consultative forums where millions of people participated throughout Zimbabwe.

[The Herald] Zimbabwe's new Constitution promulgated into law in 2013 brought many robust changes that were achieved through wide consultative forums where millions of people participated throughout Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Local Athletes to Take Part in Two Oceans Marathon

[The Herald] Veteran long-distance runner Mike Fokorani will be leading a pack of Zimbabweans set to take part in the Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in South Africa on Saturday.

[The Herald] Veteran long-distance runner Mike Fokorani will be leading a pack of Zimbabweans set to take part in the Two Oceans Ultra-marathon in South Africa on Saturday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Choose the Right Leaders – Mnangagwa

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has said he will not tolerate imposition of candidates in the forthcoming elections and urged Zanu-PF supporters to choose leaders who work with the people.

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has said he will not tolerate imposition of candidates in the forthcoming elections and urged Zanu-PF supporters to choose leaders who work with the people.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Speaks On New U.S. Re-Engagement Terms

[The Herald] The United States (US) should make decisions on Zimbabwe from an informed position and stop reading only the text of opposition political parties that are afraid of elections, the President has said. He said the US, which last week propose…

[The Herald] The United States (US) should make decisions on Zimbabwe from an informed position and stop reading only the text of opposition political parties that are afraid of elections, the President has said. He said the US, which last week proposed multiple prescriptive reforms as a precondition for re-engagement with Zimbabwe, should have an appreciation of the situation on the ground to make rational decisions.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe