Harare Flash Floods a Man-Made Disaster

[Zimbabwe Standard] Persistent heavy rains have pounded most parts of Zimbabwe since mid-December last year, bringing relief to farmers and urban dwellers following drought conditions experienced over the past two seasons.

[Zimbabwe Standard] Persistent heavy rains have pounded most parts of Zimbabwe since mid-December last year, bringing relief to farmers and urban dwellers following drought conditions experienced over the past two seasons.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

So What Exactly Is a ‘Mass Display’ Exam, President Mugabe?

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe’s education minister says “sport and mass display” will now be a compulsory school subject up to age 16 – and students will be examined in it.

[News24Wire] Zimbabwe's education minister says "sport and mass display" will now be a compulsory school subject up to age 16 - and students will be examined in it.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Army Worm Invasion Dashes Farmers’ Hopes

[Zimbabwe Standard] BARNABAS Mabhena, a communal farmer in Bubi district, Matabeleland North province, says he had this year stocked adequate pesticides and was ready to fight any crop-eating pests — until the fall-armyworm invaded his fields.

[Zimbabwe Standard] BARNABAS Mabhena, a communal farmer in Bubi district, Matabeleland North province, says he had this year stocked adequate pesticides and was ready to fight any crop-eating pests -- until the fall-armyworm invaded his fields.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Former SARS Spokesperson Testifies At CCMA Hearing

[News24Wire] Former SARS spokesperson Adrian Lackay claims he was “kept in the dark” when the report probing the so-called rogue unit was handed to commissioner Tom Moyane.

[News24Wire] Former SARS spokesperson Adrian Lackay claims he was "kept in the dark" when the report probing the so-called rogue unit was handed to commissioner Tom Moyane.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

#AFCON2017 Burkina Faso Powers Through to Quarterfinals

[allAfrica] Burkina Faso were certainly not expected to top their 2017 African Nations Cup Group A amid heavy competition from hosts Gabon and fancied Cameroon, but have proven they could be a tough nut to crack as they seek to repeat their heroics of …

[allAfrica] Burkina Faso were certainly not expected to top their 2017 African Nations Cup Group A amid heavy competition from hosts Gabon and fancied Cameroon, but have proven they could be a tough nut to crack as they seek to repeat their heroics of four years ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Burkina Faso