Biometric Voter Registration Kits Procurement Gathers Momentum

[The Herald] Preparations for 2018 general elections have gathered momentum with payment for the first batch of biometric voter registration (BVR) kits expected to be made next week as the $7,5 million meant to buy the kits is now in the Zimbabwe Elect…

[The Herald] Preparations for 2018 general elections have gathered momentum with payment for the first batch of biometric voter registration (BVR) kits expected to be made next week as the $7,5 million meant to buy the kits is now in the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) bank account.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Home-Seekers Conned in Land Deals

[The Herald] The search for residential space in and around Harare has turned into a craze of some sort, with every family striving to get a place they can refer to as theirs.

[The Herald] The search for residential space in and around Harare has turned into a craze of some sort, with every family striving to get a place they can refer to as theirs.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘State Departments Largely Financed By Donors’

[New Zimbabwe] Days after president Robert Mugabe donated $I million to the African Union to promote self-reliance among Africans, a government official has revealed that a range of state departments are depending on donors for their daily operations.

[New Zimbabwe] Days after president Robert Mugabe donated $I million to the African Union to promote self-reliance among Africans, a government official has revealed that a range of state departments are depending on donors for their daily operations.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Launch Search for ‘Kidnapped’ Romeo

[The Herald] Police in Harare have launched a search for a Harare man, who has been missing for the past six days, amid reports that he was allegedly kidnapped by another man who accused him of having an extramarital affair with his wife.

[The Herald] Police in Harare have launched a search for a Harare man, who has been missing for the past six days, amid reports that he was allegedly kidnapped by another man who accused him of having an extramarital affair with his wife.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Woman Drowns Own Newly Born Twins, Blames Midwife

[New Zimbabwe] A 29-year-old Harare woman on allegations of killing her newly born twin babies by drowning them in a bucket of water inside her rented cabin on Thursday accused the ‘traditional midwife’ of the crime.

[New Zimbabwe] A 29-year-old Harare woman on allegations of killing her newly born twin babies by drowning them in a bucket of water inside her rented cabin on Thursday accused the 'traditional midwife' of the crime.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Independence – Mutharika Condemns Poor Crowd Control

[Nyasa Times] As the prayers marking 53 years of independence celebrations were getting to its climax at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe, the mood was suddenly dampened with news that eight people had died while making their wa…

[Nyasa Times] As the prayers marking 53 years of independence celebrations were getting to its climax at Bingu International Convention Centre (BICC) in Lilongwe, the mood was suddenly dampened with news that eight people had died while making their way into Bingu National Stadium (BNS).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Rwanda Improves By One Spot in Latest FIFA Rankings

[New Times] The national football team (Amavubi) has moved up by one position from 128th to 127th in the latest FIFA world rankings that were released on Thursday morning at FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland.

[New Times] The national football team (Amavubi) has moved up by one position from 128th to 127th in the latest FIFA world rankings that were released on Thursday morning at FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

SME Bank – a Very Sad Patriotic Case

[New Era] The abrupt intention of the Bank of Namibia (BoN) and the Minister of Finance to close down the small and medium enterprise (SME) bank is totally uncalled for, highly ill-advised, very unprofessional, very immature, highly unpatriotic, histor…

[New Era] The abrupt intention of the Bank of Namibia (BoN) and the Minister of Finance to close down the small and medium enterprise (SME) bank is totally uncalled for, highly ill-advised, very unprofessional, very immature, highly unpatriotic, historically and socially inconsiderate and definitely unjustifiable.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia