Ruling Party Manicaland Youth Chair Under Fire

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Youth League has dispatched a four-member delegation to Chipinge to investigate allegations that the party’s Manicaland youth chair, Cde Mubuso Chinguno, has embezzled more than $400 000 mobilised to service youth stands in the…

[The Herald] The Zanu-PF Youth League has dispatched a four-member delegation to Chipinge to investigate allegations that the party's Manicaland youth chair, Cde Mubuso Chinguno, has embezzled more than $400 000 mobilised to service youth stands in the area. Allegations against Cde Chinguno stemmed from a demonstration staged against him by the party youths in Chipinge on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Kenya Gear Up for Clash With Ghana

[Nation] A total of 12 players are yet to report to the Kenya Under-20 camp in Machakos ahead of next weekend’s 2018 Fifa Women’s Under-20 World Cup second round qualifier away to Ghana.

[Nation] A total of 12 players are yet to report to the Kenya Under-20 camp in Machakos ahead of next weekend's 2018 Fifa Women's Under-20 World Cup second round qualifier away to Ghana.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

724 People Get Anthrax Treatment

[Namibian] AT least 724 people are receiving treatment against the anthrax which killed 117 hippos and seven buffaloes two weeks ago in the Kavango East region.

[Namibian] AT least 724 people are receiving treatment against the anthrax which killed 117 hippos and seven buffaloes two weeks ago in the Kavango East region.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Bulawayo Youth Interface Rally Set for November 4

[The Herald] The Bulawayo Presidential Youth Interface rally, which will afford youths in the city and surrounding areas an opportunity to interact with President Mugabe, is slated for November 4. The ninth and penultimate rally, like similar rallies h…

[The Herald] The Bulawayo Presidential Youth Interface rally, which will afford youths in the city and surrounding areas an opportunity to interact with President Mugabe, is slated for November 4. The ninth and penultimate rally, like similar rallies held before, is expected to attract thousands of people from all the party's wings.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘You Were Right About Grace Mugabe Bedroom Coup Remarks’

[News24Wire] A faction of Zimbabwe’s war veterans led by Christopher Mutsvangwa has reportedly apologised to its former boss, Jabulani Sibanda, after it vilified him for claiming that First Lady Grace Mugabe had staged a “bedroom coup”.

[News24Wire] A faction of Zimbabwe's war veterans led by Christopher Mutsvangwa has reportedly apologised to its former boss, Jabulani Sibanda, after it vilified him for claiming that First Lady Grace Mugabe had staged a "bedroom coup".

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Malawi’s Mr Jagz, Gemini Major to Perform At Trace Roots

[Nyasa Times] South Africa based Malawians ‘Mr Jagz’ and Gemini Major alongside Kwesta and Sjava have been earmarked to perform at the inaugural annual Trace Roots music festival which will boast over 30 acts and a marriage of food, art, lifestyle and …

[Nyasa Times] South Africa based Malawians 'Mr Jagz' and Gemini Major alongside Kwesta and Sjava have been earmarked to perform at the inaugural annual Trace Roots music festival which will boast over 30 acts and a marriage of food, art, lifestyle and the best in urban African music.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Tay Grin Nominated to Perform in Nigeria At Afrima Awards

[Nyasa Times] Malawi’s multiple awards winning artist, Tay Grin has been nominated to perform at this year’s All Africa Music Award (AFRIMA) to be staged in Nigeria in November 2017.

[Nyasa Times] Malawi's multiple awards winning artist, Tay Grin has been nominated to perform at this year's All Africa Music Award (AFRIMA) to be staged in Nigeria in November 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Grysblok Landmark Tree Gone

[Namibian] RESIDENTS at the corner of Viool and Kitaar streets in Gryblok have complained over the cutting down of a huge tree that had been a landmark in the area and also provided shade and a home for bird species.

[Namibian] RESIDENTS at the corner of Viool and Kitaar streets in Gryblok have complained over the cutting down of a huge tree that had been a landmark in the area and also provided shade and a home for bird species.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia