Chiefs Sue Newspaper for U.S.$10 Million

[The Herald] The National Council of Chiefs yesterday resolved to sue The Daily News for $10 million for publishing an article riddled with falsehoods that demeaned it by insinuating that chiefs were mercenaries bent on propping up Zanu-PF for financia…

[The Herald] The National Council of Chiefs yesterday resolved to sue The Daily News for $10 million for publishing an article riddled with falsehoods that demeaned it by insinuating that chiefs were mercenaries bent on propping up Zanu-PF for financial gain in next year's general elections. In the article that appeared on September 18, 2017, titled "Chiefs available to the highest bidder," The Daily News alleged that traditional leaders had made several demands such as off-road Ford Ranger vehicles, farms, increase in

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Telecoms Giant Boss in New Job in South Africa’s Cell C

[Nyasa Times] Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM)plc chief executive officer (CEO) Douglas Stevenson has stunned the company as he has joined South African telecommunications company, Cell C, as its new Chief Operations Officer (COO).

[Nyasa Times] Telekom Networks Malawi (TNM)plc chief executive officer (CEO) Douglas Stevenson has stunned the company as he has joined South African telecommunications company, Cell C, as its new Chief Operations Officer (COO).

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Mhofu Throws in the Towel

[The Herald] Zimbabawe’s most successful football coach Sunday Chidzambwa dropped a bombshell yesterday when he revealed he will quit his post as ZPC Kariba head coach at the end of the season after a brutal, but frank admission he had failed to delive…

[The Herald] Zimbabawe's most successful football coach Sunday Chidzambwa dropped a bombshell yesterday when he revealed he will quit his post as ZPC Kariba head coach at the end of the season after a brutal, but frank admission he had failed to deliver in the two years he has been in charge of the team. The 65-year-old gaffer, who guided Dynamos to seven domestic league titles and a runners-up spot in the CAF Champions League in 1998, was hired in July 2015 to replace Saul Chaminuka with the mandate to transform ZPC K

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Police Raid Forex Dealers

[The Herald] Police in Bulawayo have launched a blitz targeting illegal forex changers popularly known as ‘osiphatheleni’ for hoarding cash at a time when the cash crisis has intensified. The blitz started on Tuesday and by yesterday, an unknown number…

[The Herald] Police in Bulawayo have launched a blitz targeting illegal forex changers popularly known as 'osiphatheleni' for hoarding cash at a time when the cash crisis has intensified. The blitz started on Tuesday and by yesterday, an unknown number of forex dealers had been arrested. Bulawayo police spokesperson Inspector Precious Simango said the police will continue to raid cash barons.

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Klaasen to Captain Titans for Sunfoil Series Derby

[News24Wire] Titans assistant coach Mandla Mashimbyi believes they can take plenty of confidence from last week’s Sunfoil Series opener against the Dolphins when they host the Highveld Lions in their derby clash at SuperSport Park in Centurion from Thu…

[News24Wire] Titans assistant coach Mandla Mashimbyi believes they can take plenty of confidence from last week's Sunfoil Series opener against the Dolphins when they host the Highveld Lions in their derby clash at SuperSport Park in Centurion from Thursday.

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Stability Returns to Soweto School

[News24Wire] Stability has returned to Klipspruit West Secondary School in Soweto after an agreement was reached with the South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) that teachers would return to work.

[News24Wire] Stability has returned to Klipspruit West Secondary School in Soweto after an agreement was reached with the South African Democratic Teachers Union (Sadtu) that teachers would return to work.

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Football Boss Chiyangwa Demands U.S.$1 Million From Newspaper

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) president and businessman Mr Philip Chiyangwa is demanding payment of $1 million from the Standard Newspaper and its reporter Xolisani Ncube over a story published at the weekend insinuating that he is …

[The Herald] Zimbabwe Football Association (ZIFA) president and businessman Mr Philip Chiyangwa is demanding payment of $1 million from the Standard Newspaper and its reporter Xolisani Ncube over a story published at the weekend insinuating that he is illegally stripping the football body of its properties. The article titled "Chiyangwa 'dirty' deals exposed" was published in the Standard edition of September 24, and according to the business mogul, it puts him in bad light and that he suffered defamation damages to th

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Bumper 2017-18 Schedule for Proteas Confirmed

[News24Wire] Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Wednesday announced the itineraries for the Zimbabwe and India tours during the 2017/18 season, as well as the Proteas women’s series between South Africa and India.

[News24Wire] Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Wednesday announced the itineraries for the Zimbabwe and India tours during the 2017/18 season, as well as the Proteas women's series between South Africa and India.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Developers Win ConCourt Dispute Over Durban High Rise Seek Legal Costs

[News24Wire] The developers of a controversial high-rise apartment building on Durban’s Berea – which, after a protracted court battle waged with neighbours has now been given the green light by the Constitutional Court – say they are seeking legal adv…

[News24Wire] The developers of a controversial high-rise apartment building on Durban's Berea - which, after a protracted court battle waged with neighbours has now been given the green light by the Constitutional Court - say they are seeking legal advice on the violation of their rights and will recover costs from those who litigated against them.

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