Probe Into Missing Border Camera Begins

[The Herald] Border authorities have opened investigations into the incident where one of the over 36 security cameras at Beitbridge Border Post was stolen during a power blackout recently.

[The Herald] Border authorities have opened investigations into the incident where one of the over 36 security cameras at Beitbridge Border Post was stolen during a power blackout recently.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Dutch Club Discusses New Contract With Midfielder Nakamba

[New Zimbabwe] DUTCH top flight side Vitesse Arnhem has opened talks to extend the contract of Zimbabwean midfielder Marvelous Nakamba who was linked with a switch to the English premiership at the start of the year.

[New Zimbabwe] DUTCH top flight side Vitesse Arnhem has opened talks to extend the contract of Zimbabwean midfielder Marvelous Nakamba who was linked with a switch to the English premiership at the start of the year.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

10% Tobacco Tax Scrapped

[The Herald] Government has reversed a decision announced last week to levy a 10 percent tax on gross sales of tobacco farmers who do not have clearance certificates.

[The Herald] Government has reversed a decision announced last week to levy a 10 percent tax on gross sales of tobacco farmers who do not have clearance certificates.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Victoria Falls – a Tourism Phoenix Set to Rise

[The Herald] The state-of-the-art Victoria Falls International Airport, built by a Chinese firm, is already proving its potential as a premier destination for airlines from various countries.

[The Herald] The state-of-the-art Victoria Falls International Airport, built by a Chinese firm, is already proving its potential as a premier destination for airlines from various countries.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Work-Related Accidents Claim 59

[The Herald] At least 59 workers were killed at workplaces last year, while 5 360 were seriously injured, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira has said.

[The Herald] At least 59 workers were killed at workplaces last year, while 5 360 were seriously injured, Public Service, Labour and Social Welfare Minister Prisca Mupfumira has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Zimpapers Wins Big

[The Herald] Journalists from Zimpapers won all the awards which were meant for three winners in the inaugural HIV and Aids reporting awards held by the National AIDS Council (NAC) on Tuesday.

[The Herald] Journalists from Zimpapers won all the awards which were meant for three winners in the inaugural HIV and Aids reporting awards held by the National AIDS Council (NAC) on Tuesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

History Re-Written As Mkumbo Takes Oath of Office

[Daily News] Former opposition party ACT-Wazalendo consultant and University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) senior lecturer, Professor Kitila Mkumbo, was yesterday historically sworn in as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Water and Irrigation.

[Daily News] Former opposition party ACT-Wazalendo consultant and University of Dar es Salaam (UDSM) senior lecturer, Professor Kitila Mkumbo, was yesterday historically sworn in as Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Water and Irrigation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Insurance Group Pays Out Weather Related Damage Claims

[The Herald] INSURANCE group, Zimnat has paid out in excess of $2 million in weather related damage claims in the four months to March 2017 following high rainfall across the country.

[The Herald] INSURANCE group, Zimnat has paid out in excess of $2 million in weather related damage claims in the four months to March 2017 following high rainfall across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Govt – Helium Processing Plant First

[Daily News] Export of the newly discovered helium gas may be beyond next year as it will require establishment of local processing facilities first, the Minister for Energy and Mineral Prof Sospeter Muhongo has said.

[Daily News] Export of the newly discovered helium gas may be beyond next year as it will require establishment of local processing facilities first, the Minister for Energy and Mineral Prof Sospeter Muhongo has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania