World Newspaper Body Writes to Museveni Over Red Pepper Editors

[Observer] The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum (WEF) have written a letter to President Museveni and Police boss Kale Kayihura over dwindling media freedoms in the country.

[Observer] The World Association of Newspapers and News Publishers (WAN-IFRA) and the World Editors Forum (WEF) have written a letter to President Museveni and Police boss Kale Kayihura over dwindling media freedoms in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Top Radio/TV Bans Opposition Politicians From Its Shows

[Observer] Owing to state pressure, the management of Top Radio and Top TV has banned opposition politicians and other voices critical of government from all its shows and programs.

[Observer] Owing to state pressure, the management of Top Radio and Top TV has banned opposition politicians and other voices critical of government from all its shows and programs.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Disappointing Zodwa Does It Again

[263Chat] The South African socialite and dancer, Zodwa Wabantu has once again failed her Zimbabwean fans as she did not turn up at the Robert Mugabe International Airport ahead of her scheduled performance at Private Lounge on Thursday evening, leavin…

[263Chat] The South African socialite and dancer, Zodwa Wabantu has once again failed her Zimbabwean fans as she did not turn up at the Robert Mugabe International Airport ahead of her scheduled performance at Private Lounge on Thursday evening, leaving the show promoters disappointed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UN Study Blames High Teen Pregnancies on Boda Bodas

[Nation] Some 378,397 girls aged 10 to 19 became pregnant between July 2016 and June 2017, a UN report has shown, at the same time pointing an accusing finger at touts and boda bodas.

[Nation] Some 378,397 girls aged 10 to 19 became pregnant between July 2016 and June 2017, a UN report has shown, at the same time pointing an accusing finger at touts and boda bodas.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

You’re Not Weaker Sex, Ex-Zimbabwean VP, Ex-Liberian First Lady, Govs Tell Women

[This Day] Former Zimbabwean Vice President, Dr. Joice Mujuru, and a former First Lady of Liberia, Senator Jewel Howard-Taylor, have urged women to brace themselves up for top political and corporate leadership role instead of resigning to the fate of …

[This Day] Former Zimbabwean Vice President, Dr. Joice Mujuru, and a former First Lady of Liberia, Senator Jewel Howard-Taylor, have urged women to brace themselves up for top political and corporate leadership role instead of resigning to the fate of the weaker sex tag.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Economic Cleansing Process Begins

[The Herald] Government has started a cleansing process targeting unlawful and illegitimate transactions, money laundering, externalisation of foreign currency and underground foreign exchange deals, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Ch…

[The Herald] Government has started a cleansing process targeting unlawful and illegitimate transactions, money laundering, externalisation of foreign currency and underground foreign exchange deals, Finance and Economic Development Minister Patrick Chinamasa has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chinamasa Comes Hard On Govt Spending, Restricts Indigenisation Policy to Platinum and Diamond Mining

[The Source] Zimbabwe’s economy will grow by 3,7 percent this year, rising to 4,5 next year, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Thursday as he presented the 2018 national budget with a $5,8 billion envelope.

[The Source] Zimbabwe's economy will grow by 3,7 percent this year, rising to 4,5 next year, finance minister Patrick Chinamasa said on Thursday as he presented the 2018 national budget with a $5,8 billion envelope.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

China Makes $220 Million Move

[Financial Gazette] CHINA yesterday became the first global power to offer financial support to President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s new administration, unveiling US$218 million in grants and loans and committing more funding as the international community s…

[Financial Gazette] CHINA yesterday became the first global power to offer financial support to President Emmerson Mnangagwa's new administration, unveiling US$218 million in grants and loans and committing more funding as the international community starts to engage with a post-Mugabe Zimbabwe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe