Ex-Chitungwiza Workers Challenge Dismissal

[The Herald] Lovemore Meya Herald Correspondent One-hundred-and-sixteen former Chitungwiza municipal workers are challenging their dismissal by the council in August 2015 on three months’ notice, claiming that the arbitrary action was both unfair and u…

[The Herald] Lovemore Meya Herald Correspondent One-hundred-and-sixteen former Chitungwiza municipal workers are challenging their dismissal by the council in August 2015 on three months' notice, claiming that the arbitrary action was both unfair and unlawful.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Politburo Meeting On Today

[The Herald] The zanu-pf Politburo is meeting today at the revolutionary party’s national headquarters, with various issues up for discussion as the ruling party continues its preparations for 2018 harmonised elections.zanu-pf secretary for Administrat…

[The Herald] The zanu-pf Politburo is meeting today at the revolutionary party's national headquarters, with various issues up for discussion as the ruling party continues its preparations for 2018 harmonised elections.zanu-pf secretary for Administration Cde Ignatius Chombo yesterday confirmed the meeting of the Politburo, adding that the agenda would be made known to members before the meeting.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

First Lady’s Poultry Project Hailed

[The Herald] Chipo Sabeta Chinhoyi Bureau THE poultry project initiated by First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe is boon for national food security and an effective women empowerment tool that will complement Government’s Command Agriculture programme, the Zanu…

[The Herald] Chipo Sabeta Chinhoyi Bureau THE poultry project initiated by First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe is boon for national food security and an effective women empowerment tool that will complement Government's Command Agriculture programme, the Zanu-PF Mashonaland West Province Women's League has said.

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Oral Sex Is Dangerous, Gynaecologist Warns

[Premium Times] A professor, Adegboyega Fawole of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, UITH, has warned that Human Papiloma Virus (HPV) has been found in the throat of people engaging in oral sex.

[Premium Times] A professor, Adegboyega Fawole of the University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital, UITH, has warned that Human Papiloma Virus (HPV) has been found in the throat of people engaging in oral sex.

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We Will Unseat CCM By Legal Means, Says Zanzibar’s Hamad

[East African] Zanzibar’s main opposition party, Civic United Front (CUF) leader Seif Hamad spoke to The EastAfrican’s Christopher Kidanka on the political future of the clove island.

[East African] Zanzibar's main opposition party, Civic United Front (CUF) leader Seif Hamad spoke to The EastAfrican's Christopher Kidanka on the political future of the clove island.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Gold Miner Acacia Buys Put Options at U.S.$1,300 Per Ounce

[East African] Acacia Mining, which is scaling back operations to cut losses and settle a dispute with the Tanzanian government, has spent $3.2 million on options to sell 210,000 ounces of its gold output at $1,300 per ounce.

[East African] Acacia Mining, which is scaling back operations to cut losses and settle a dispute with the Tanzanian government, has spent $3.2 million on options to sell 210,000 ounces of its gold output at $1,300 per ounce.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Okowa Canvasses Speed Passage of PIB

[Daily Trust] Asaba -Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has urged the National Assembly to speed up the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill to boost investors confidence in the oil and gas sector.

[Daily Trust] Asaba -Delta State Governor Ifeanyi Okowa has urged the National Assembly to speed up the passage of the Petroleum Industry Bill to boost investors confidence in the oil and gas sector.

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Main Opposition Party in Search of a New Leader

[East African] As the campaigns in the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) to elect its president gather pace, tensions and mudslinging that tend to characterise its internal elections have already taken foreground, calling into question whether Uganda’s…

[East African] As the campaigns in the Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) to elect its president gather pace, tensions and mudslinging that tend to characterise its internal elections have already taken foreground, calling into question whether Uganda's largest opposition party is paying an unnecessarily too high a price to prove its democratic credentials.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda