Council, Police Pounce On Vendors

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Harare City Council in conjunction with the Zimbabwe Republic Police yesterday confiscated food items and pushcarts from illegal vendors as they carried out a blitz meant to control the spread of typhoid.

[The Herald] Innocent Ruwende -Harare City Council in conjunction with the Zimbabwe Republic Police yesterday confiscated food items and pushcarts from illegal vendors as they carried out a blitz meant to control the spread of typhoid.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Budget Cut Hits Drought Efforts

[New Era] Windhoek -The Omaheke Regional Council has reduced the number of beneficiaries of drought relief food by 32 percent from 24 022 to 16 328, citing limited financial resources available for the drought relief food programme.

[New Era] Windhoek -The Omaheke Regional Council has reduced the number of beneficiaries of drought relief food by 32 percent from 24 022 to 16 328, citing limited financial resources available for the drought relief food programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Typhoid Claims Another Victim

[News24Wire] The typhoid outbreak that hit Zimbabwe in recent months has killed a 13-year-old girl, as fears escalated that the disease might spread to other parts of the country, a report said on Wednesday.

[News24Wire] The typhoid outbreak that hit Zimbabwe in recent months has killed a 13-year-old girl, as fears escalated that the disease might spread to other parts of the country, a report said on Wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

‘What Happened to U.S.$40 Million Road Maintenance Fund?’

[Observer] The deplorable condition of roads in the southeast of the country has prompted three Senators from the area to write the Senate plenary requesting an explanation on what happened to “a little over US$40 million collected from January to Dece…

[Observer] The deplorable condition of roads in the southeast of the country has prompted three Senators from the area to write the Senate plenary requesting an explanation on what happened to "a little over US$40 million collected from January to December 2016, purposely for the maintenance of the existing roads and construction of new ones."

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Two License Plate Processors in Operation At MoT

[Observer] The Ministry of Transport (MOT) on Monday, January 9, announced the arrival of two license plate processors in the country. This means license plates will no longer be processed abroad as used to be the case.

[Observer] The Ministry of Transport (MOT) on Monday, January 9, announced the arrival of two license plate processors in the country. This means license plates will no longer be processed abroad as used to be the case.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia